Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics 2

World's Greatest Cities Mosaics 2 is here and it’s packed with more brain teasing challenges. Try out 4 different game modes while exploring the greatest cities of the world. Mosaics fans will love the additions this sequel has to offer. With over 100 challenging levels, there's no shortage of puzzles for you to piece together.

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For instance, there are puzzles in which you build gardens or roads and the squares you fill all blend together. I figured out what worked for me and the number Sallys Salon: Beauty Secrets Collectors Edition mistakes dwindled. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by beltie from Wedding Gone Wrong: Solitaire Murder Mystery much improvement from the 1st I didn't care for the first game, but thought perhaps the second might have been improved. Not just solid colored tiles, some are stone, hieroglyphs, marble, flowers, water with swimming turtle. In my opinion, this game is far more entertaining that the last one offered, and so much fun, enjoy! Makes me want to play more. Rome type grids are the same as the Multicolored type levels, but the numbers on the columns and rows are Roman Numerals, which could prove to be a bit of a challenge with larger numbers. I also adore the music. Looks like this Monday is turning out to be a good start to the workweek with two excellent games offered, enjoy! In my opinion, this game is far more entertaining that the last one offered, and so much fun, enjoy! Relaxing music, lovely colors, and of course I bought it! This will raise the standard for mosaics from Worlds Greatest Cities Mosaics 2 on. It's fun to see if you can remember learning them in grade school, but, I went through grade school a LONG time ago Some of the puzzles are done with Roman numerals. Want to solve logic puzzles not guess puzzles.

I will say that I am definitely adding this game to my collection of this series. Others have espoused its virtues, and I concur with them. Though not to my liking, the use of Roman numerals was a change and okay, but the mazes were confusing and I struggled to get through them. As you complete certain puzzles, little animals or cars will zoom around what you've built, even if you haven't completed the entire puzzle. That said, try it through a Roman numeral and maze puzzle. This has to be the most interesting griddler around. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Brendansoma1 from Upside down The finished picture of the 'multiple colors' is shown upside down. I definitely will be buying the first one ,too.! I look forward to their next creation! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by beltie from Not much improvement from the 1st I didn't care for the first game, but thought perhaps the second might have been improved. Rated 5 out of 5 by romany09 from My Favorite Mosaic Puzzle All griddler games are not created equal, and this is my favorite. I especially enjoyed the ones with an actual landscape as the backdrop instead of making a picture with different coloured tiles. If you enjoy strategic puzzles, you will enjoy these. If you enjoy strategic puzzles, you will enjoy these.

Number one - some of the puzzles are animated! I have the first in this series and have enjoyed playing it very much. Just bought it! You can then choose to play the Traditional multicolored Mosaic Griddler games, or you can pick a level that offers 3 different features. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by murphie from Disappointment Before this, I would have said I love ALL nanograms, Chloes Dream Resort this was the exception. All of the things I mentioned before are what make the game so much fun, but, it's really different than any I've played, not having played the Cursed House 2 in the series. What fun! Backgrounds are still way too busy for my tired eyes.


This game is so awesome. I especially enjoyed the ones with an actual landscape as the backdrop instead of making a picture with different coloured tiles. Like the previous ones, I enjoy the surprise of seeing a city grow. They have added a new feature, of geometric shapes that have half tiles etc to give the puzzle a more realistic effect with curved, softer edges. There are little differences to jog the player's complacency such as a labyrinth to be created and in order to finish the game, the player must move through the maze. By the time I finished the demo, I had no desire to purchase the game even though the demo ended mid-puzzle as usual. So unique! When I found this one, I thought it needed a little more in the graphic portion, but I'd still give it a try. I love nonogram games, griddlers, mosaics - whatever you choose to call them and this probably tops all of the games like this I've ever played, BUT - if you've never played a game quite like this, there are a few things that you should know. You won't be disappointed! Makes it just a bit more interesting. There is so much depth in the illustrations: click a square and flowers appear, turtles swim in the water, and some are "labyrinths" that must be solved. The World's Greatest Cities Mosaic games also have labyrinths every so often, and these labyrinths are beautiful. Then you find the path for the cannonball to travel to get to the end. Date published:

T1GAMES has come up with some very neat varieties that keep you wanting to solve just one more puzzle Backgrounds are still way too busy for my tired eyes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Nancharra from Griddler with twists! To see number 2 appear, fills me with delight. All of the things I mentioned before are what make the game so much fun, but, it's really different than any I've played, not having played the first in the series. I highly recommend this game. Give it a try!! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by beltie from Not much improvement from the 1st I didn't care for the first game, but thought perhaps the second might have been improved. There is so much depth in the illustrations: click a square and flowers appear, turtles swim in the water, and some are "labyrinths" that must be solved. For instance, there are puzzles in which you build gardens or roads and the squares you fill all blend together. Mystery Lands will fill in cells in a unique way, that create a scene such as a pond with a swimming turtle, a grassy area and even beautiful flowers. I don't know how I overlooked this one when it first came out but I'm glad I noticed it today and played the demo. I look forward to their next creation!

You might enjoy it. Recommend highly!! The colors are bright and the variety puzzles are fun. First, there are not only different colors to use, but there are textured, photographic images. If you like these types of games, you will love this. This has to be the most interesting griddler around. While this doesn't effect the game play, it's just irritating. Mystery Lands will fill in cells in a unique way, that create a scene such as a pond with a swimming turtle, a grassy area and even beautiful flowers. But it doesn't do it all the time. T1GAMES has come up with some very neat varieties that keep you wanting to solve just one more puzzle Makes it just a bit more interesting. I also adore the music. Me I play for relaxation so no timer

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  1. A new feature was added to the artwork: edges and angles rounded off to make more vibrant pictures. Date published: Number two - some of the puzzles were a bit hard for me to complete without a mistake because I couldn't tell how many squares I had actually filled with a certain color because the squares all blend together. I love nonogram games, griddlers, mosaics - whatever you choose to call them and this probably tops all of the games like this I've ever played, BUT - if you've never played a game quite like this, there are a few things that you should know.

  2. You might enjoy it. What I like about the multi-colored levels is that they are more challenging in one way because there are more spaces to fill in, but there are also more avenues to research without using the hints or guessing. For instance, there are puzzles in which you build gardens or roads and the squares you fill all blend together.

  3. Rome type grids are the same as the Multicolored type levels, but the numbers on the columns and rows are Roman Numerals, which could prove to be a bit of a challenge with larger numbers. For instance, there are puzzles in which you build gardens or roads and the squares you fill all blend together. I was surprised to find I enjoyed it. Sounds fun, but many of the textures and colors look the same -- leading to solving errors that are not really your fault. In some puzzles, instead of a flat color, flowers or soil may appear in each square.

  4. Makes it just a bit more interesting. You can turn it on or off, but when it's on, it shows you how many cells there are in both the column and row with directional arrows so you won't get confused some reviewers loved it, others hated it on game number 7, but you don't want the intrusiveness, you can always turn it off. The World's Greatest Cities Mosaic games also have labyrinths every so often, and these labyrinths are beautiful.

  5. Number one - some of the puzzles are animated! Give it a try!! Fortunately, if you rest your cursor on the Roman numeral, the number itself will appear, so you don't have to guess what the number is. Number three - and the last one. Me I play for relaxation so no timer

  6. If I wanted to play an arcade game, I would purchase one. I definitely will be buying the first one ,too.! The draw is the logic of using the clues of how many spaces are filled with a color, and then deciding which could be empty spaces and which are not. Roman numeral puzzles are once again included and snippets of the cities highlighted in each level.

  7. Like the previous ones, I enjoy the surprise of seeing a city grow. Some of the puzzles are done with Roman numerals. Though not to my liking, the use of Roman numerals was a change and okay, but the mazes were confusing and I struggled to get through them.

  8. As you complete certain puzzles, little animals or cars will zoom around what you've built, even if you haven't completed the entire puzzle. What a cool twist on Griddler Mosaic games! Everything is here including animated scenes unfolding as you play.

  9. Just bought it! But it doesn't do it all the time. So unique! The scenes behind the grids are very interesting and appropriate to the city named for the level.

  10. Have no desire to move a ball through a maze in a logic puzzle game. The grids are slightly different than the penguins with their multiple colors, but not enough to make a difference. The World's Greatest Cities Mosaic games also have labyrinths every so often, and these labyrinths are beautiful.

  11. It made it very difficult to play the game. I also adore the music. The filled-in cells on some of the Mystery Lands and Labyrinth style mosaics are very similar and it can make it difficult at times to tell where one color left off and the other begins, and it's easy to make a mistake.

  12. Not just solid colored tiles, some are stone, hieroglyphs, marble, flowers, water with swimming turtle. You will do a couple or more easy puzzles in each style and then, when you get the hang of it, the games get more difficult That can be a bit off-putting if you, like me, had never seen a griddler, nonogram, or mosaic puzzle move! I love these puzzles, but this is different. Makes it just a bit more interesting.

  13. Nor are these mosaics too easy as in the Penguin series. It's fun to see if you can remember learning them in grade school, but, I went through grade school a LONG time ago Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bjcs from I love this game.

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