The game is amazing as always. But there is one thing that puzzling me. When the girl was falling off from building that is also bring the briefcase to the trash bin below, how is the guy still bring the case while he see the watch above him?? Is it a bug or is there a way to triggering scene the girl just falling off without the briefcase??
I was a bit disappointed with this follow up to such a great game that was Framed 1. The game play was entirely too short for a premium-cost game. The cut scenes often did not play smoothly and got out of sync with the sound/music. Overall, still a great series and fun to play, but this is still a one-and-done type of game. There's nothing to keep you coming back to play again. Finding the little achievement pictures scattered throughout the game isn't very appealing to me.
The game has new elements to make the gameplay interesting when compared to the first. But there are some flaws. One, the music will stop without reason. Two, it's not very intuitive that if you want to replay old stage you gotta scroll through the lower part of the screen. Besides that, great game, although a little too short.
Not the best successor for its predecessor. A lot of bugs, too short for the price and no new moves or tricks. It didn't attract me the same way the previous game did, but it was fun.
Pro: Tight graphics & animation. Challenging puzzles. Cons: Short game play. Screen would 'sleep' Durning animation sequences. Mid game request for user endorsement can be annoying and can deter from game play enjoyment.
*A Disappointing, Shorter-Lived Venture* Framed 2 was the not-quite-as-good prequel to Framed. While some things are better in this installment; ie: Better Story, I was let down by a few other things. 1. The Length- Framed 1 could be beat in 45 minutes. Framed 2 can be beat in 25, which doesn't justify the higher price. 2. The Mechanics- Framed had been known for its new take on puzzles, however, most of Framed 2's puzzles almost entirely revolve around the same mechanics. Nothing new was brought to the table. You would at least expect something like that from a long awaited installment, right?
Fixed an issue that would crash or hang particular puzzle frames.
A story game about life’s precious moments, broken dreams, and changed plans.
Hit the road for a life of adventure in this version of the classic boardgame!
Noodlecake Studios Inc
Above the ivory snow lies a sleepy mountain village, brimming with adventure.
The rules are simple, escape the zombie horde or have your brain eaten. Ready?