Mysteryville 2: hidden object crime investigation full review
Mysteryville 2 is a clever hidden object game. As you play as Laura, a young honest psychic in training, you meet lots of people on a journey to find her friend Ben who has recently disappeared.
The tutorials at the beginning explain everything that you need to do, and everything that isn't covered here is described when you get to the relevant level. The standard interface is relatively simple to use and it's easy to navigate around to get from level to level.
The game is split up into chapters, which are then split up into varying amounts of levels. Each chapter involves meeting a different character who asks for your help to find missing things.
Each level is similar, where the aim is to find several items shown in the bar on the left of the screen. To make the game a bit different, and to ensure that the players don't get bored of the repetitive gameplay, extra puzzle levels have been included, which require players to complete tasks such as rearranging a letter to make it a readable clue, and unscrambling words.
The graphics are reasonably good, and the game doesn't seem to use up too much battery power. Unfortunately, the music isn't particularly original, so hearing the slow, repetitive music just there to fill the silence, doesn't make the game the most inspiring hidden object game we've played.
After each chapter, you will gain a trophy, which can then be posted onto Facebook and Twitter for all of your friends and followers to see.