Natural Threat 2
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Natural Threat 2 

Play Natural Threat 2 Deluxe, a creepy hidden object game, and save your daughter and husband! Your daughter's birthday party turns into a nightmare when giant plants attack the city. With your family missing, you don't want to leave the city, and decide to go deep into the heart of evil to find them. Will you succeed? Find out in Natural Threat 2 Deluxe!

  • search through 33 locations in this thrilling hidden object game
  • use the objects in your inventory to solve puzzles
  • enjoy the creepy graphics and atmosphere
  • find your family and be the hero who saves the entire city
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Reviews of Natural Threat 2
 | Added on: September 15, 2013
Graphics were great. I used the hint button for direction since there is no map. I have played better Alawar games though. Storyline was good. Game was a good length.
 | Added on: August 17, 2013
There is very little actual game to play. Most of the hour long trial was spent watching cut scenes and waiting for animations to complete. I played the first Natural Threat to the end, but I had to force myself to the end of the trial this time. You could easily beat this game with your eyes closed, just click enough. Hidden object scenes are easy and lack any challenge at all. Overall, this game is completely uninspired and a huge step down from the first installment.
 | Added on: August 13, 2013
This game wasn't bad, but it was sort of boring. Same old thing. Mini Games were standards, albeit not necessarily easy. I didn't get the point or the purpose of the glow-screen when you clicked on certain plants. It did have a story and an ending, which many don't. I would say OK for a time killer, but it wasn't exactly engrossing.
 | Added on: August 29, 2013
It is the storyline that attract me still love Alawar. I think it is both a good sci-fic story and good HO game. Besides, puzzles and mini-games are still my another favourate part of this kind of game.
 | Added on: August 17, 2013
When I saw this game was from Alawar, I settled in for a great gaming experience. Unfortunately, it was only so-so for me. The story line was original, and the graphics were fine. But there was little direction, and I found myself using the hint button more than I'd like to figure out where to go next. The diary wasn't particularly helpful, and the map was a joke. The HO scenes were a bit different in that you had to find one item and use it properly in order to recover another item. That was a bit unusual, and I liked the extra challenge. Also, many of the mini games were devilishly clever/difficult, and unfortunately there was no explanation whatsoever for some of them. They were all doable, but they required time (at least for me). But the irritants of constantly not knowing where to go next mixed with little explanation for some of the story actions (like the dimming to purple when a plant was touched) took a lot of the fun away. Also, the cut scenes were numerous and seemed somewhat clunky rather than seamlessly entwined in the story. I enjoyed the mini games and the added diffculty in the HO scenes, but not enough to actually recommend you purchase this game. The story line might be a bit scary for young children, but older kids might like it.
 | Added on: August 12, 2013
I could only force myself to play for the first 35 minutes of the game. In the first 15 minutes, there were 5 cut scenes interrupting game play. There wasn't any searching necessary for items either - anything that was needed was "right there". The first 35 minutes lacked the need for any thought. You picked up one item at a time, used it, and then found the next - there was no room for trial and error or any thought. The graphics were good, and there wasn't too much back and forth between screens. However, the storyline dominated game play(cut scenes!) so much that it took the enjoyment out of the game for me.
 | Added on: September 16, 2013
It gets tricky and challenging but it's still fun. I like the story trying to save her husband and daughter.
 | Added on: August 12, 2013
Beautiful graphics, Nasty looking plants. I enjoyed playing this game. Could have made a science fiction movie based on the story. Not many HO scenes, but when you had one you needed to complete tasks to find some of the objects. I'm gonna have a double helping of greens tonight for dinner. Hope you enjoy.
 | Added on: August 12, 2013
 | Added on: August 12, 2013
great game, Held me in suspense right to the end. Had to use the hint button and the skip a few times but other than that a fantastic game. I would highly recommend this game to other people
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