Ok as a game
I like escape games as a general rule BUT there were some problems with this one.
When you take some items they stay in place (m***s, and b***s), or disappear but reappear next time you go to the scene (n****e) [stars used to avoid spoilers].
With some items you can place them behind others in your inventory which can make them almost disappear)
Although in a purely logical sense it does make sense to have played the first game first, not everyone will have the time or inclination to. Any sequel should be able to stand alone be it book film or game and here one puzzle is all but impossible without having played the first game.
Secondly the use of space to combine items on screen I found awkward, particularly playing without sound as it wasn't always obvious whether somehing I'd done had had any effect.
Still, is ok and graphics are an improvement on the first so all heading in the right direction.