Very addicting game. Just completed it after many hours of playing this one and the original one. One of my favorite puzzle games. Nice improvement from the first game, requires a lot less luck to win. This game is a real hidden jewel and should be way more popular.
I love this game, and this developer. Thanks for the hours of entertainment.
There are a few questions I have:
1. Why the decision to make a sequel to a game about matching random computer parts?
2. Why the choice to include World of Goo sound effects?
3. Why make a story for this game?
I don't like a few things about this game. The story is very forced and doesn't connect with the game-play, you have to restart when you lose, and the game is unnecessarily hard.
It would be fine if the game was hard but didn't have you restart when you lose.
I also like some parts of the game too.
I enjoy the type of puzzle, and I've only seen a few games that have it. I also enjoy that it's a nice and fun way to kill time.
But adding a story makes it seem like less of a casual game, when it really is. The story seems to attempt to hide the simplicity of the game, which I actually enjoy the simplicity of the first game.
I would recommend this game to casual gamers, and to people who like puzzle games.
The game isn't bad, but it definitely has some significant imperfections.
So, so hard game.
And so interest.
I think I might have encountered a bug, sometimes when you complete a quantum, the game freezes after the cut-scene when the screen turns white. I've only played this on internet explorer so I don't know if it's the browser or not.
As for the game itself I rather enjoyed it. It's a nice upgrade from the previous game, with voice acting and improved graphics. My only complaint was it got kind of difficult after a while trying to remember tiers in order to organize the pieces.
Overall, well done.
I like this game a lot! :D