City Of Secrets 2 Episode 1

Developer: Aidem Media

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 418.9 MB - Download

Description:

City of Secrets 2: Episode 1 is the sequel to the original game, appreciated worldwide by gamers and reviewers, the game that successfully refreshed the classic adventure game genre, conveying it to the touchscreen devices.

Simple, intuitive controls, designed for touchscreen devices.
Carefully designed, hand-drawn backgrounds.
All dialog lines voiced.
Two difficulty settings, for both the experienced and beginner players.
A challenging adventure enriched by logical challenges.

Usually, a dangerous and perilous adventure hides behind a completely innocent beginning. A beginning that doesn't mention anything about a giant worm, dangerous cooking recipes, the common people fighting the oppressive regime, rebelling workers and trade unions. Nor does it mention a strange salesman that forgoes the career of a dark god to start his own fish stand business. An innocent beginning doesn't say anything that could be linked to words like danger, trouble or threat. It's just the way with all those adventures, it seems they have nothing better to do than just render a man's... animal's... mole's... life unpleasant.

Moles the Mole, a not-so-bright and nice hero, but a hero nonetheless, will have the questionable opportunity to discover what fate has in store for him. One night, closer to morning than evening, Moles has been brutally awakened by scary noises. Fear tightened it's icy grip on Moles' heart and just when our hero was about to execute a tactical withdrawal, the mystery solved itself - with a terrifying series of noises, our hero's most impressive muscle was demanding a night snack.

Unfortunately, the problem with adventure games is that nothing's ever easy in them. The fridge is empty, the designer didn't draw a larder and the writer already had an idea how to complicate the hero's life. Now that's an innocent beginning, if I've ever seen one. And you know what's the usual deal with those innocent beginnings.

This game was tested on animals. They didn't like it and went away.
This game was tested on testers. Nobody asked them if they wanted to do it and they couldn't get away.

City of Secrets 2 has been divided into 4 closely-tied episodes. Next episodes coming soon!

NOTE: If your game does not load due to resolution problems, please hold 'alt' during the game's start up, chose the right resolution for your device, enter the windowed mode ('cmd'+'f') and then enter full screen mode back ('cmd"+'f' again). Game should then start without any further issues.
We are working on fixing this issue. Sorry for your inconvenience.

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Release Notes:

- Optimized for Retina Display
- Minor bugs fixes.

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 1.1
Review by Jake Klusewitz

Too short... - Unlike everyone else who seems to have had errors running the game, I have not had a single problem. The game is very funny and clever, just like the first one. Some of the characters had the voices changed, but theres nothing you can do about that. :] Definitely just as fun as the first game, sharing a lot of the same kinds of humor and gameplay elements. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because it was so short! I finished this game in about 2-2 1/2 hours… If there are 4 episodes to this game, that means I'll be spending $12 (assuming the others are $3 as well), which is more than I paid for the first game, with about just as much gameplay. (I believe I paid $5 for the first day and played for about 10 hours.)

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.0
Review by Awzem1

City of Secrets 2 - Crashes on start. Seems incompatible with video. Pointer will not select items. Needs work ….but I did enjoy the original…..please patch

Found helpful by 3 out of 7 people

More Reviews for Current Version

4/5
Version 1.1
Review by Jake Klusewitz

Too short... - Unlike everyone else who seems to have had errors running the game, I have not had a single problem. The game is very funny and clever, just like the first one. Some of the characters had the voices changed, but theres nothing you can do about that. :] Definitely just as fun as the first game, sharing a lot of the same kinds of humor and gameplay elements. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because it was so short! I finished this game in about 2-2 1/2 hours… If there are 4 episodes to this game, that means I'll be spending $12 (assuming the others are $3 as well), which is more than I paid for the first game, with about just as much gameplay. (I believe I paid $5 for the first day and played for about 10 hours.)

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.1
Review by Mauimike96753

I can load tutorial but that - Program loads up and then I can't click on first item. Guess the game is set for touchscreen and doesn't take a mouse input. I like the first game but wait to buy this until they fix the bugs

Found helpful by 0 out of 2 people
3/5
Version 1.1
Review by Amh550

Its been how long?? - I have had this game close to since it was made and when are they going to make another one? They start off of with a plot and then leave us hanging for almost three years and there is no sign of another game? I like this game series a lot. Mostly the humor…..but I am a little irritated that there is no conclusion...

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