Submachine2: Lighthouse

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A sequel to the world's famous point'n'click Submachine game, that grabbed minds of millions of people. I received a huge feedback from all around the world, most of demands stated to make the second game bigger with harder puzzles. So here it is, while the first game had 20 rooms, this one has a total of 98 unique rooms, and the puzzles are a lot tougher, but that's just my subjective opinion, since I can't really tell if they are or not. Important notice: this game has NO dead ends, you cannot get to the point of no return, where the only option is to reset the game. No such thing in The Lighthouse. Hope you'll enjoy this game as much as I enjoyed making it, and sure enough, submachine3 is under construction as we speak, so expect more. Flash Plugin 8 required to play this game.

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It's great replaying these games from my childhood. There is always a element of mystery to them. The puzzles are challenging and fair, making it rewarding to the complete them.

As a point-and-click game, I think this one would benefit from having a larger screen (especially when i comes to collecting the secrets). I found myself zooming in quite a bit which was annoying because the game isn't optimized for it and would cut off the inventory.

It was a little difficult navigating the sewer tunnels but I did it. Awesome.

This is a very misterious, scary and cool game series

What I played of it was wonderful, but I can't always sit and play for hours on end. I couldn't figure out how to save the game for later, so if I wanted to play more, I had to start all over, with no "continue" option like with some of the other ones. The "?" button was no help. Did I miss something? Either way, I -love- the game, but I'm not starting all over from scratch every time I want to try to continue it. So until I figure out how to save, this one's going un-finished.

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4.56 / 5.00

Aug 3, 2006
5:17 AM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click