• Publisher: 10tons Ltd
  • Genre: Puzzle
  • Device: Universal
  • Size: 177.3 MB
  • Version: 1.2.1
  • Price: $4.99
  • Average User Rating: 5 (1)
App description: Step aboard a fantastic adventure! Enjoy amazing match-3 gameplay and discover some of the most astonishing worlds ever imagined.

REVIEWS & HIGHLIGHTS

#1 in Quality Index puzzlers category for the iPad.

"Put simply, match-3 games dont reach higher quality than what you'll find in Azkend 2."
-gamezebo.com 5/5

"Azkend 2 is a surprise on every level, combining puzzles and a great story for a memorable adventure."
-slidetoplay.com 4/4 (must have)

"Azkend 2 is a gorgeous tile-matching puzzle game ideal for casual gamers."
-148apps.com 4.5/5

"Overall, I was extremely impressed with the quality of Azkend 2. The puzzles are lots of fun and challenging. The app has exceptional graphics and is very well designed. I highly recommend this game."
-appadvice.com 5/5

"Azkend 2 HD is a terrific 4.5-Dimple stud."
-appsmile.com 4.5/5

"An elegantly designed puzzle adventure game with astonishing looks."
-Best10Apps.com

"Azkend 2: The World Beneath is definitely from the Champions Stable and offers seriously addictive game-play along with several interesting twists Ive not seen in any other matching tile release."
-clockerz.co.uk

STORY

While traveling from Liverpool to New York, your ship was pulled down into a massive maelstrom. You woke up in a place that may have never been gazed upon by the eyes of men. From now on, your goal is to ascend from the bowels of the Earth and return to civilization.

DESCRIPTION

Enjoy dozens of exciting levels with varying gameplay in the Story Mode. Your story, drawing inspiration from Jules Verne, is told with gorgeous full screen animated scenes and professional voice overs. Experience awe and wonder as the eight fantastic scenes change as you move through them.

Azkend 2: The World Beneath features several different and exciting level types. The game features nearly twenty unique powerups and more than a dozen achievements. Choose your powerups wisely for each level to hasten your journey.

The game includes two challenge game modes, Time and Medals. The Time challenge is a bite-sized two minute game where you must score as many points as possible to gain fame on the Game Center leaderboards. In Medals challenge get to replay all the levels from Story Mode and attempt to earn a medal from each one.

FEATURES

- Carefully polished gameplay and controls
- Eight unique hand drawn and animated scenes
- Three game modes; Adventure, Time and Medals
- More than 60 levels in the Story Mode
- Game Center leaderboards for the Time challenge
- More than a dozen Game Center achievements
- Professional voice overs in the story scenes
- Cinematic soundtrack by Jonathan Geer
- Universal app: Compatible with all iOS devices

VIDEO

Check out the trailer here: http://bit.ly/azkend2vid

goiMot's comments:





iPhone (only) version:
04-11-2012, 04:15 PM
#41
Joined: Mar 2011
Location: London, England
Posts: 858
Quote:
Originally Posted by SkyMuffin View Post
First of all, this game looks fantastic, and the gameplay changes you've made from the first are perfect.

However, the flashes here are kind of a problem. I don't even have issues with things like that, but the constant flashing from the lightning and tesla coils is giving me a headache. Would it be possible to add in an option to turn those effects down or even off? If it's this bad for me then it is probably completely inaccessible for people who have epilepsy like my girlfriend. Thanks!
You may want to see your doctor if you're getting a headache due to the flashing. But yes, having an option to turn it off or dim it would definitely help people who have epilepsy. The lightning is nothing new as the first Azkend has that as a power-up and it's never bothered me.

If you think the lightning on Azkend 2 is bad then you haven't experienced pure unadulterated flashing and strobe effects in the form of Beat Hazard Ultra. That game is guaranteed to burn your retinas if you play it in the dark for a good hour or so. I can still see enough to make this post, though
04-12-2012, 09:29 AM
#42
Quote:
Originally Posted by DelBoy2181 View Post
You may want to see your doctor if you're getting a headache due to the flashing. But yes, having an option to turn it off or dim it would definitely help people who have epilepsy. The lightning is nothing new as the first Azkend has that as a power-up and it's never bothered me.

If you think the lightning on Azkend 2 is bad then you haven't experienced pure unadulterated flashing and strobe effects in the form of Beat Hazard Ultra. That game is guaranteed to burn your retinas if you play it in the dark for a good hour or so. I can still see enough to make this post, though
I think it may have been because I was pretty tired/did not get enough sleep. :P

For some reason, Beat Hazard does not have the same effect on me. I think it might be because the flashes don't usually fill up a huge chunk of the screen in quick succession like the coil lightning does in Azkend 2.

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