Reviews for Arctic Quest 2
A little improvementfaraany3k | Sept. 2, 2011 | See all faraany3k's reviews »
Arctic Quest 2 is a sequel with slight improvements but plays largely the same as the first part. There are a tons of new puzzles to complete. Art style is still clean and adorable and has a distinct refreshing icy cool feel. Music is always a highlight of this cute little title.Game is as addicting as ever and If you enjoyed the first part or a newcomer you will definitely like the simplicity and ease of use. Everyone in the family can play it specially the kids will adore the cute hand painted backgrounds. A good family friendly game.
Just Like Arctic Quest 1drakaenae | July 4, 2011 | See all drakaenae's reviews »
Arctic Quest 2 is identical to Arctic Quest 1 but with more/different levels and more obstacles such as the water and fire elements which could wipe your pieces. Just like Arctic Quest 1, the goal is to cover a figure with shapes/crystals. If you have too many unused crystals (which fill up the river), you lose the game. I would recommend buying this game instead of Arctic Quest 1 though because of the additional features and levels for the same price and I would recommend Arctic Quest 1 to fans of this game.
Arctic Quest 2apollo3d | May 25, 2011 | See all apollo3d's reviews »
The game is very simple. We have a figure in the screen who represents an animal and in the meantime, ice crystals of different sizes falling from the sky. The purpose of the game is to place each crystal that falls, in the spaces provided. If we can not place it, we can drop it in the water. You lose when the river is full of crystals. Not bad for those who want to spend a few hours of fun, with also several bonuses that help us during the game.