Enigmatis 2 Mists of Ravenwood Android EVGA Tegra Note 7

Polish developer Artifex Mundi is one of the best hidden object game makers in the world. Their hidden object puzzle adventure (HOPA) games feature intricate storylines brought to life by fully animated cinematic scenes, beautiful artwork, and lots of great puzzles.

Artifex Mundi’s latest game is a sequel to Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek, aptly titled Enigmatis 2: Mists of Ravenwood. The dark story of a community terrorized by a supernatural bird will keep hidden object and adventure fans glued to their Android screens. To celebrate Enigmatis 2’s launch, the full game unlock is on sale for thirty percent off for a limited time.  Head past the break for details!

Follow that bird

Enigmatis 2 Mists of Ravenwood

In the Ghosts of Maple Creek, players controlled a woman who awoke in the empty streets of a town with no memory of how she got there. She eventually recalls her identity as a detective sent to investigate the disappearance of a teenage girl. The culprit — a demonic preacher — manages to elude her as the story ends.

The preacher is back in Mists of Ravenwood. Our detective heroine once again sets out to hunt him down, following a trail of disappearances to the rural area called Ravenwood. There she encounters a gigantic black bird (who is probably not made of wood) and a frightened young girl whose parents were seemingly stolen by the beast. And thus another dark mystery begins…

Search for clues

Enigmatis 2 Mists of Ravenwood

As a HOPA game, players will move from scene to scene looking for clues and items that will aid them in their investigation. Each of the 55 hand-painted scenes is full of gorgeous detail and vivid colors. They even feature lots of animations like ambient wildlife that keep them from feeling too static.

As you investigate the mysterious Ravenwood Park, you’ll encounter numerous puzzles and 25 minigames. Some of the items our heroine finds get marked as evidence and added to the evidence table. Discover enough clues and you’ll be able to draw conclusions that advance the story. You’ll also earn up to 36 Google Play Achievements for your actions.

As our heroine progresses through this tale of mystery, she’ll encounter 19 hidden object scenes. These scenes are more complex and involved than in many HOPA titles. You’ll have to interact with objects multiple times, combining and fiddling with them as you find new tools scattered throughout the scene. The addition of mild puzzle elements give these scenes a unique flavor.

An expansive adventure

Enigmatis 2 Mists of Ravenwood

Mists of Ravenwood contains all of the bonus content found in the Collector’s Edition game on PC. The star element is a bonus adventure: “The Redeemed Memories.” Artifex Mundi games often feature playable epilogs. Other bonuses include an Encyclopedia that tracks the game’s lore, concept art, and a cut scene viewer.

Enigmatis: The Mists of Ravenwood is an another engaging adventure game from Artifex Mundi. The production values are right up there with the Nightmares from the Deep series, which is to say fairly high for the genre. The developer has done a good job in making this sequel accessible to new players, too. There are ties to the first game but you can still jump right in without feeling lost.

Enigmatis is free to download, but you can only go so far before you’re asked to purchase the full game. Think of it as a demo. The full unlock costs $3.49 right now on Android. Get it now before the price goes up in a few weeks.

 

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Enigmatis 2: Mists of Ravenwood scares up an adventure on Android

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I love the Enigmatis games on my PC. I have several games like this for my Note Pro, but oddly, none of the Enigmatis. I'll have to buy this one.

*Had* you read the article you'd have known that "all the IAPs" amounts to a "try and buy" where you play the first portion for free and then decide if you want to buy the full version which includes all the bonus content from the Collector's Edition PC game. I think this is the best possible business model for games as it allows a nag-free play experience *and* let's you try the game out in a fair way (aka more than fifteen minutes).