A long time ago, in a land far away, a king ruled with his queen in peace and prosperity. Then one day, a dark force kidnapped his beloved and left a path of destruction in its wake. To save his beloved, the ruler must take up arms and pursue his adversary across three magical realms. Control the destiny of the heroic ruler and help rebuild the homes and lives of his people. Gather food and other resources to complete tasks. Defend your people against evil henchmen and bizarre supernatural enemies. Strategize to complete tasks quickly and unlock achievements! Can you save your beloved and rebuild your land?
I LOVE that every level has a bonus level counterpart. Bonuses can be used during the game — they accelerate workers, increase the extraction of the necessary materials or help to obtain a favorable exchange rate in the market. Not on this game! Did I mention I am older? I gave the level of challenge 'awful' because I consider myself expert but I can't get gold in this game. I hope that changes in the third game. But this one has just the one mode. One problem I had was building up a plot and then being unable to find something hidden behind it, like a merchant. It was fine until I got to the 5th or 6th spot and it keep repeating the same level when I hit continue, even though I got "Good" on the rating. I am older and slower and usually can't do games that don't offer unlimited time plus racing the clock can also race my heart Except for the cursed 19a, only getting close but never on time! Even on the first and 2nd level when it is walking you through the game, the timer is going down super fast. Just because I didnt like it, doesnt mean someone wont.
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The music is the nicest Tto think I have ever heard in a TM game, very relaxing. But if you like that stuff, then this game is definitely for you. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by beezelbom from Good - But However, the clock is an issue. Love the game but 19 Anofher is a short trip to a long sleeve Moau I've yet to come close Mahjong Easter beating the timer, and I am an expert at these types of games. What a brilliant idea. I can just complete a level by only a few Anohher before the time runs out. I'm glad you can at least keep playing the level and move on - but it sort of makes the achievement system obsolete. Download Moai 2: Path to Another World. When you have to replay a really low level like Tales of Rome: Solitaire or 4 because of the vanishing timer, it is a NO BUY. I only got to level 5 on this game before I was too frustrated to go on. The overall feel of the game was tiring.
Das ist immer kostenlos. I love TM games and the challenge that comes with it. I liked it enough to look into the third game. The worst part is the timer. Artifacts enhance the ability of the leader and his team, so you can get much more resources. That joy vanished soon after playing. However, as in the first one, it is very hard to tell what needs to be done. I am so disappointed with this game. I LOVE that every level has a bonus level counterpart. Like other reviewers, I love this sequel, but am disappointed by the unrealistic timer. Although you can keep playing after the time is up, I could not even complete the first level without my time running out. Not on this game!
I will not buy this game specifically because of the extreme short timer. Did I mention I am older? Change the timer to a Star Defender III one and I will purchase this one too. Another thing I didn't like were some of the ghost-levels, you're finished Anotheg all your buildings and then have Anpther sit there just waiting for two more minutes for the ghosts to come in, that get killed automatically if you build your statues right. For me, this game is a pass. Overall, it wasnt exactly a fun experience. This one could have used more explanation regarding the special items. Prepare to travel Awaika, the domain of the dead to destroy Miru and his minions and set Bright Light free! Except for the cursed 19a, only getting close but never on time! I'm sorry I purchased this game. Although you can keep playing after the time is up, I could not even complete the first level without my time Mosi out. So, when this was released, I thought "Finally!! The game may get better, but I'll never know. It was fine until I Doctor Life: Be a Doctor! Moai II: Path to Another World the 5th or 6th spot and it keep repeating the same level when I hit continue, even though I Pafh "Good" on the rating.
The timer is difficult but not impossible. I just finished playing. However, as in the first one, it is very hard to tell what needs to be done. I am older and slower and usually can't do games that don't offer unlimited time plus racing the clock can also race my heart One problem I had was building up a plot and then being unable to find something hidden behind it, like a merchant. I don't mind playing a level several times to get gold. Points give you new ranks that are very useful to the leader upon returning to his native village. This really is a good game and it would be a great game if the timer was more realistic. The challenges are harder than the first game. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by cb1fr2 from disappointment This is the first review I've felt compelled to write. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by tesamoine from Nice to see a TM game, but this one has an unrealistic timer I had played the first in this series, and didn't really care for it. I like a good TM challenge, but this won't be the one.
I get that it's time management. Download Moai 2: Path to Another World. I was really looking forward to playing this game but after playing the demo, 2 things stopped me from buying: 1 - Unrealistic timer. I love time management - but I prefer the timers to be more realistic like they are with the Royal Envoys, Island Tribes and Northern Tales series. Especially when you rush through a level only to miss the clock by one or two seconds. Help him on the journey and punish the evil kidnapper! You'll also need to defend your people against evil henchman and bizarre supernatural enemies. I wish I had realized this game does not have an unlimited time option. There is no relax mode but you can still play at your own pace to finish the level and continue on. Points give you new ranks that are very useful to the leader upon returning to his native village. However, the clock is an issue. Still I have to agree, the timer seems unbalanced, cause in some later levels you can take all the time you want and still finish with plenty of time, while in others you make one wrong click and there goes your expert time!