Lost Inca Prophecy 2 - The Hollow IslandLost Inca Prophecy 2 - The Hollow Island
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Reviews of Lost Inca Prophecy 2 - The Hollow Island
infinity | Added on: September 11, 2012
 
Another reviewer did a good job of hitting the highlights of this game, so there's no point in me covering the same territory. I did like the simple jigsaw puzzle at the beginning and wish there had been more of those. The matching was just okay for me, partly because it wasn't always easy to tell what the icons were supposed to represent, which took some of the visual enjoyment out of it. Graphics and animations were excellent. But...I just don't like the floating game board. As you make a match, the board shoots up, down, left, or right. And you cannot see all of the board at the same time. You could find it entertaining, but for me it's annoying. A key appears once you are 80% done with matches to allow you to unlock the level. But be aware that if you want all three gold stars, you need to complete 100% of the matches, not just 80%. The key/lock gimmick was nice if you could find the lock, because remember, the board is floating all over the place. Try it. You might love it. Or you might get motion sickness. I think I'm kidding.
Fayleen | Added on: September 27, 2012
 
I loved this match 3 game. The graphics are great. If you want some great mindless fun, this is the game to buy!
Zilla | Added on: October 6, 2012
 
It's a match 3 with tons of levels. Each level is a setting in the story when you learn more about the quest. The game fields are interesting & they add new objects to keep it interesting. The last challenge to finish a level is a find this portion of the large picture shown. It's fun, engaging & I'm a fan!
emisaac | Added on: February 8, 2013
 
This game has some very challenging features. It is also relaxing.
Cat_In_RV | Added on: September 8, 2012
 
This match 3 game has some interesting twists. First, you can't see the whole game board. It moves as you make matches. You have to match over 80% of the board in order to get the key to unlock the level, thus ending the level. But you may also have to get a pickaxe to tear down a wall, and you have to unlock the keyhole. These things get progressively harder as the game develops. I can't tell you how many times I lost track of the keyhole, because most of the time you can't see if, and when you do find it you have to leave it in order to make enough matches to finish the level. The you have to match your way back to the keyhole, if you can remember where it is! I like this different twist, as it makes the game much more interesting. There are also a few levels that are not match 3, such as find where the little picture is in the big picture, and rotating pieces to complete an image. I generally get VERY bored in match 3s way before they are over, but not so much with this one. i should also mention that youre not playing against a clock here; you receives from one to three stars at the end of each level, depending on the percentage of matches and how quick you are, but you can take all the time you need. A very good product.
emi1 | Added on: September 8, 2012
 
nice M3G. good graphics, and music. terrifying end of the world story. the game play reminded me of games like Paradise Quest, but had different aspects. not jst M3. also had some HO, and other mini games mixed in.
Richard1 | Added on: September 20, 2012
 
my partner has played this game alot in the week since purchasing she is currently playing the chain mode but will try the other mode she enjoys playing this game