Empress of the Deep 2: Song of the Blue Whale

Anna awakens on a mysterious tiny island after escaping the destruction of her underwater kingdom. She must find her way to a mystical floating cloud city in the sky, seek out the four Children of Light and save them from the twisted clutches of the Evil Empress Pandora. Along the way she must rescue and heal enchanted animal slaves in this fantastic Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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It's artfully and tastefully done. I always think, wouldn't it be grand to have such a world. This is game programming at its best!!! I have played hundreds of games, and there is no other game like this series, the storyline is like no other. I had no problems playing it and it was fun. The perfect game to play when up late at night Strong player skills. It's much funner that way! She heads to sky and another adventure. The graphics are excellent, making the HO scenes quite easy, although you do have to do some searching. The graphics were marvelous and sets you up in a fantasy world in the sky. Graphics display a high level of creative imagination and vision that makes you want to linger on each page and on each HOS. Loved loved loved all the animals in this one,great idea,maybe more could be worked out for a third Empress??? No way will I buy it. In my opinion, the only valuable asset in this Collectors Edition is the built in Strategy Guide, really the only other difference is collectible diary pages belonging to Pandora which will open up bonus gameplay of an unusual Match 3 game called Zen, enjoy!

Fans of the first one should enjoy this follow up. The graphics are crystal clear The graphics are excellent, making the HO scenes quite easy, although you do have to do some searching. Plus more! Even masterful in ways. The map still has room for improvement, you cannot use the map to travel, and because there are so many paths to choose, it sometimes becomes confusing as to which way you need to go in order to complete a task. Great special effects. This is game programming at its best!!! Give this one a go! That said, the graphics are astounding and it was good fun. Play it its worth the time!! However, to my disappointment, it rates only as okay in my book. This game introduces us to a new feature, collecting Crystal Dolphins that flutter about in select scenes. The Bonus features look very promising, too.

The game is different from other HO games I've played as it's a whole lot more challenging. You even have to solve 4 puzzles they are the same, so a bit of a disappointment there to finally get to ZEM -- so more playtime. I didn't find all the cartridges necessary to unlock the bonus game, but wasn't interested in going back to find the rest. Opening Pandora's Box A generous 'hint' button, which refills pretty quickly, ensures you'll never be stuck for more than a few seconds at a time, but only the obtuseness of the missions themselves produces any real challenge. ZEM -- not at all your typical match 3, and I mean not at all! I don't think they've worked the right balance in there yet. Graphics and animations in some areas were not quite up to 5 stars, but I wouldn't let that keep you from giving this game a try. This game introduces us to a new feature, collecting Crystal Dolphins that flutter about in select scenes. I found I could relax into this game but boring it certainly isn't There is also the addictive "Zen" game which kept me busy for ages. The puzzles are all a ton easier than the first game and it really seemed like there was less to explore in the gorgeous surroundings than there was in the first game. The mini-games are not overly challenging, but they are enjoyable. Like totally, for sure


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But frankly the Hints button does a pretty good Battle Slots of helping you along, which isn't always true in games. That was really helpful, Asian Mahjong if you can get through without using it then bravo to you! Strong player skills. Lots of puzzles to Royal Envoy: Campaign for the Crown Collectors Edition out and hidden objects to find. Rated 5 out of 5 by anabigfish from Very Good Sequel I very much enjoyed the first game in this series and was immensely excited when I saw that they made a part 2 and so when I started playing this one, i had similar expectations. Had to bypass a few puzzles, but when I play again will do better I hope. It's like the opening of Lost, only told through the prism of an acid trip perhapsand it makes not a jot of sense. Some puzzles require you to direct beams of light to light up all orbs using mirrors and splitters, or connect all circuits by rotating directional paths on each tile. It's much funner that way! Graphics and animations in some areas were not quite up to The Wizards Pen stars, but I wouldn't let that keep you from giving this game a try. But, perhaps due to the sharply rendered levels and plinky plunky soundtrack, Song of the Blue Whale has a slightly barmy appeal to keep you plugging away with the rote gameplay. You can pinch-zoom to scour for items on a pre-set list, but randomly touching anything visible will unearth the majority of pieces with minimal effort. Being 48 years old, I'm all about a challenge! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by spiritlaughing from Fantasy Fun Throughly enjoyed this one. I thoroughly enjoyed everything about this game, and I hope Gameagents keeps Eden word and brings out a third installment.

I didn't find all the cartridges necessary to unlock the bonus game, but wasn't interested in going back to find the rest. The mini games are pretty easy and ones we've seen before like turning tiles to complete a picture and turning pipes etc.. But, perhaps due to the sharply rendered levels and plinky plunky soundtrack, Song of the Blue Whale has a slightly barmy appeal to keep you plugging away with the rote gameplay. This game introduces us to a new feature, collecting Crystal Dolphins that flutter about in select scenes. Sometimes I stopped play just to listen. The perfect game to play when up late at night That said, the graphics are astounding and it was good fun. No, not that challenging adventure wise, and no, the puzzles were not difficult, but still, it was just a lovely time. I have to add one more thing -- it's just a plus to me for even the standard edition of this game. A marvelous way for mother and daughter to bond and explore a beautiful, empowering, and uplifting world together. It would be nice to have the option to get just a nudge in the right direction instead of just skipping the puzzle entirely or being told exactly what to do. The hidden object scenes -- I really admire the effort taken to truly hide some objects in the old fashioned way. Still, it's fun and I will definitely be recommending to a friend. The Mini Games are fairly easy, there are a lot of puzzles requiring you to flip tiles over until a picture is complete, the only thing difficult, is figuring out which picture is the correct one. Strong player skills.

Fantasy concepts and lots of running around I have to add one more thing -- it's just a plus to me for even the standard edition of this game. That said, the graphics are astounding and it was good fun. Beautiful My Life Story, great sound effects and soothing music, easy to move around in and a bit twisty at the end. The clues in the pictures were a little hard to see. No other game has inspired me to review it with 15 minutes remaining in the trial. Flaws: The map is worse than useless. Rated 5 out of 5 by anabigfish from Very Good Sequel I very much enjoyed the first game in this series and was immensely excited when I saw that they made a part 2 and so when I started playing this one, i had similar expectations. Date Legends of Solitaire: The Lost Cards And the animals as guardians worked well for me. I just spent several hours saving the Children in this most delightful Book of Legends. I played this game solely on recomendations and they were spot on!!! And the game actually throws in a bunch of new and exciting things and so while this one is quite different, it's still very enjoyable. If you play these games all the time, like I do, then you'll notice it's a little too short, but aside from that it's a great buy! Great special effects.


9 thoughts on “Empress of the Deep 2: Song of the Blue Whale

  1. The storyline is impressive, the graphics are great and the gameplay is super fun. I must say though the plot kept me thinking until the very end and I do mean the end! But frankly the Hints button does a pretty good job of helping you along, which isn't always true in games. Pandora was evil, and she destroyed the underwater Ark, as well as herself, Anna barely escaped. The clues in the pictures were a little hard to see.

  2. The game itself isn't difficult, but I do recommend this Collectors Edition because of the built in Strategy Guide. Rated 5 out of 5 by anabigfish from Very Good Sequel I very much enjoyed the first game in this series and was immensely excited when I saw that they made a part 2 and so when I started playing this one, i had similar expectations. Note that the HO part is minimal, fairly easy, and at least the hidden object games relate to the story.

  3. So, it truly is like a full fledged second game. And the animals as guardians worked well for me. I always think, wouldn't it be grand to have such a world. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shorenuf from Escape into another world, get hooked on the bonus game!

  4. Well done! Graphics display a high level of creative imagination and vision that makes you want to linger on each page and on each HOS. The Strategy Guide is great because you don't have to exit to the main menu to access it. A sequence to come? Across the nine fairly brief chapters, you'll do a modest amount of exploring well, tapping to go to a different areas , solve occasional puzzles that wouldn't cause Professor Layton to break a sweat matching shapes and patterns is apparently the only trick in the designer's brainteaser book , and hidden object-hunting.

  5. Your main goal, for example, is to rescue four Children of Light, but it takes a good while to work out why they're important and why Anna should be bothered anyway. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shorenuf from Escape into another world, get hooked on the bonus game! This game is absolutely gorgeous, excites and invites the imagination to experience the blessing of its being. Replay: I might play it again if I need to de-stress, but this really is for a younger audience and also presents little challenge.

  6. Beautiful artwork, a wonderful story and voice overs, the puzzles were very good, and there were even more twists! Another great game! This game is absolutely gorgeous, excites and invites the imagination to experience the blessing of its being. The latter is the most common challenge, and breaks no new ground in the formula. No way will I buy it.

  7. Issues like this suggest that too little care has gone into drawing you into the story. Now that I own this game, I will play it many times just out of sheer enjoyment. The animals were well drawn with actual animal sounds.

  8. It's like the opening of Lost, only told through the prism of an acid trip perhaps , and it makes not a jot of sense. Good storyline. I played this game solely on recomendations and they were spot on!!! The Mini Games are fairly easy, there are a lot of puzzles requiring you to flip tiles over until a picture is complete, the only thing difficult, is figuring out which picture is the correct one.

  9. You don't just wade through a junk pile; the objects blend into the scenery. Graphics display a high level of creative imagination and vision that makes you want to linger on each page and on each HOS. The story line, music, graphics, and variety of scenes lend themselves to a top quality gaming experience. I didn't find all the cartridges necessary to unlock the bonus game, but wasn't interested in going back to find the rest.

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