Mundus: Impossible Universe 2

You’re invited to join the Great Shaman in a quest to explore the Impossible Universe. On your journey you will find dozens of unique worlds, each with their own rewards… and dangers. Face challenging Match-3 puzzles and meet strange denizens of fantastic planets. In Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 dynamic gameplay and a captivating plot combine in an exciting new take on match three puzzles. Are you ready to put your skills to the test?

The first game had over levels and they did get progressively more difficult. Running across the top of the grid screen will be information regarding the level number, the challenge that needs to be completed, the number of moves available and a short-cut to the settings menu. I tried two of the four modes, normal and expert.. Same boards. Both titles, developed by Rumbic, fall into the Match 3 category of game play as you are taken on a journey by the Great Shaman to visit and explore some of the worlds making up this unique environment. Why bother with money when you need stars to purchase kitchen items? On the first of the 4 worlds old appliances are being turned into fun new things like a windmill. I love having 4 game modes, but once you choose one of the 4, you must play the entire game in that mode or start another game. Would be nice to have it highlighted. Glad I did because some of the highest levels took awhile. That's what will make me get the game. The other three worlds are Floraprime, a botanical world, Sweetica, a candy land, and Bermuda, a tropical world. Each of these profile characters allow the game to be played in a choice of difficultly levels of Normal, Easy, Zen and Hard depending upon your experience.


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The third is cute but the first wins by far. On the completion of a challenge, an automatic mode will take over and the grid will use any available moves to increase your score and coin balance. So because it's just like the other one, my reason for 3 stars. I hope you will do the same and enjoy it with me!!! Obstacles can take the form of single or double strand of chains which need to be Vacation Adventures: Park Ranger 3 from Mundu:s tile as part of a match before the tile can be caused to disappear. Running across the top of the grid screen will be information regarding the level number, the challenge that needs to be completed, the number of moves available and a short-cut to the settings menu. The storyline stays interesting, there is a relaxed mode and the graphics are MMundus: good. In some cases these power-ups are given as a reward when entering a new location, earned as a result of making a match with more than three tiles and these appear within the grid itself or Unierse using some of the coins you have earned when playing the game. There is easy and a totally relax mode with no limit on Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 amount of moves I think there is something for everyone here, but try the demo. If you liked the first game, you will LOVE this one! Try the demo for yourself. There appears to be five different types of power-ups which have been classified as a Hammer, Firecracker, Bomb, Univefse, Sticks of Dynamite and a Magnet Impossiblw can remove all the tiles of a particular type. Totem Tribe was annoyed by the Mujdus: level" power bursts.

There is easy and a totally relax mode with no limit on the amount of moves I think there is something for everyone here, but try the demo. So the levels are quite fresh on my mind. Available power-ups are shown to the left of the current grid. This challenge is achieved by creating matches of three or more similarly embellished tiles by swapping two adjacent tiles. Minor things at best, but annoying to me. On the completion of a challenge, an automatic mode will take over and the grid will use any available moves to increase your score and coin balance. I am not usually a fan of limited moves m3"s, but this one is eyepleasing, lots of explosive action, and really just a lot of fun to play. At the successful completion of a level you will be awarded a Star which is put towards your collection. So much fun to play. In each case you can gain access to a world as the result of your performance or by paying an entrance fee of coins for each world. It's worth checking out. On the plus side, it is a well designed moves limited matching game. A variety of power-ups are available when playing the different levels of Match 3 game play.

On the completion of a challenge, an automatic mode will take over and the grid will use any available moves to increase your score and coin balance. My only concern is that the game play is so like the first one, they don't seem to have added any new features to the levels. You might be asked to collect a specific number of one types or Defense of Greece of tile, collect the required number of different types of tiles or lower head-dress tiles to the bottom of the grid by clearing away a path beneath the head-dress through making matched groups. That's what will make me get the game. Unlike so many Match 3s, in this Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 you don't have to sit waiting for the tiles to finish dropping before making your next move, always a bonus. Your levels get to clean it up as you progress and earn money. While extremely similar to the original version of Mundus - Impossible Universe, I felt this follow-up title was more difficult. There appears to be five different Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist of power-ups which have been classified as a Hammer, Firecracker, Bomb, TNT, Sticks of Dynamite and a Magnet that can remove all the tiles of a particular type. There Alice and the Magic Gardens easy and a totally relax mode with no limit on the amount of moves I think there is something for everyone here, but try the demo.


The best new game I've found here for some time. So the levels are quite fresh on my mind. Running across the top of the grid screen will be information regarding the level number, the challenge that needs to be completed, the number of moves available and a short-cut to the settings menu. It had a lot more action. I tried two of the four modes, normal and expert.. You owe it to yourself! Overall its an enjoyable game and very relaxing. I'd rather wait until I get enough stars to buy several items at once and just continue the game play. Once all the elements have been added to a world then you can move on to the next world without the payment of a fee and face even more challenges and difficulties. I've now played this one 48 mins to level 25 and there just isn't any difference, nothing new added unless it comes in later in the game. In the case of this follow-up title, the worlds that form your travel plans start off with one that is, and remains, unnamed. You can play Zen with unlimited moves for relaxing or you can pick limited moves. Finally, a new Match 3 game that is a real pleasure to play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 I enjoyed this game more than the first one because there was more to do in the game. So I've marked off a star for that.

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One of the fun things about these games is building the worlds and seeing all the creative things the devs have come up with for each world. The first game had over levels and they did get progressively more difficult. I really liked this game overall and will probably use a freebie on it. The third is cute but the first wins by far. Glad I did because some of the highest levels took awhile. While extremely similar to the original version of Mundus - Impossible Universe, I felt this follow-up title was more difficult. Finally, a new Match 3 game that is a real pleasure to play. I'd rather wait until I get enough stars to buy several items at once and just continue the game play. What a fabulous second offering in this series. This one is just like the first but with new worlds to build. There are five profile slots available, so the whole family can play at once, and really it is a quite easy game to play. So much fun to play.

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  1. Overall its an enjoyable game and very relaxing. What a fabulous second offering in this series. It was hard to put down once it had drawn me into its web and introduced fluttering butterflies, which needed to be collected and used in matched groups, into the mix. I was annoyed by the "after level" power bursts.

  2. It was hard to put down once it had drawn me into its web and introduced fluttering butterflies, which needed to be collected and used in matched groups, into the mix. While with some grids, you might struggle to complete them within the assigned number of moves, other grids are more generous. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by LavenderLion from More worlds to build I've got the first Impossible Universe game and its a favorite. The first game had over levels and they did get progressively more difficult.

  3. Try the demo for yourself. I've now played this one 48 mins to level 25 and there just isn't any difference, nothing new added unless it comes in later in the game. It was hard to put down once it had drawn me into its web and introduced fluttering butterflies, which needed to be collected and used in matched groups, into the mix.

  4. I hope you will do the same and enjoy it with me!!! Having read the reviews before I started I chose the Zen. The first is Beetletopia, where a comet has left the only inhabitants insects, and the 'giants' humans have left behind a messy place.

  5. That's what will make me get the game. Running across the top of the grid screen will be information regarding the level number, the challenge that needs to be completed, the number of moves available and a short-cut to the settings menu. I love having 4 game modes, but once you choose one of the 4, you must play the entire game in that mode or start another game.

  6. You need the money to purchase items like hammers, rockets and magnets to help if you get into trouble. You can play Zen with unlimited moves for relaxing or you can pick limited moves. I breezed through 20 levels like greased lightning. But before I downloaded this one, I went and played Mundus 1 again.

  7. You can't change the mode you choose without restarting the entire game, so choose carefully! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 I enjoyed this game more than the first one because there was more to do in the game. The best new game I've found here for some time.

  8. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Monkeygus from Cute puzzle game with some interesting features I have not played the first game of this series, so I don't know whether anything new was added to this one. The storyline stays interesting, there is a relaxed mode and the graphics are very good. Challenges come in a variety of formats. If you liked the first game, you will LOVE this one!

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