Mundus: Impossible Universe 2

You’re invited to join the Great Shaman in a quest to explore the Impossible Universe. On your journey you will find dozens of unique worlds, each with their own rewards… and dangers. Face challenging Match-3 puzzles and meet strange denizens of fantastic planets. In Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 dynamic gameplay and a captivating plot combine in an exciting new take on match three puzzles. Are you ready to put your skills to the test?


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If you liked the first game, you will LOVE this one! Power-ups can only be purchased when you have run out of the one you want and you will need to purchase these power-ups in batches of three. If it is Knight Solitaire 3 the first in the series, it also has lots of levels. Using a mixture of square and hexagonal grids, this Match 3 game involves achieving the challenges set by each individual level. Other obstacles include empty cells, wooden boxes with single and double straps and cells that are frozen until they have been included in a matched group. I hope you will do the same and enjoy it with me!!! Date published: Rated 5 out of Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 by Munduss: from Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 I enjoyed this game more than the first one because there was more to do in Impoesible game. The usual mixture of obstacles and power-ups make appearances during the game. In some cases these power-ups are given as a reward when entering a new location, earned as a result of making a match with more than three tiles and these appear within the grid itself or purchased using some of the coins you have earned when playing the game. So I've marked off a star for that. I'd rather wait until I get enough stars to buy several Im;ossible at once and just continue the game play. There are five profile slots available, so the whole family can play at once, and really it is a quite easy game to play. Try the demo for yourself.

In each case you can gain access to a world as the result of your performance or by paying an entrance fee of coins for each world. There appears to be five different types of power-ups which have been classified as a Hammer, Firecracker, Bomb, TNT, Sticks of Dynamite and a Magnet that can remove all the tiles of a particular type. Rated 5 out of 5 by verimeri from fun to play I had never heard of Mundus before trying this game. I hope you will do the same and enjoy it with me!!! Date published: While with some grids, you might struggle to complete them within the assigned number of moves, other grids are more generous. On the completion of a challenge, an automatic mode will take over and the grid will use any available moves to increase your score and coin balance. Other obstacles include empty cells, wooden boxes with single and double straps and cells that are frozen until they have been included in a matched group. So I've marked off a star for that. Will be getting this one after the demo is finished. Having read the reviews before I started I chose the Zen. The easy mode still wants you to finish a level within a specific amount of moves which I didn't understand when I chose EASY. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by LavenderLion from More worlds to build I've got the first Impossible Universe game and its a favorite. I love having 4 game modes, but once you choose one of the 4, you must play the entire game in that mode or start another game. I've now played this one 48 mins to level 25 and there just isn't any difference, nothing new added unless it comes in later in the game.

So I've marked off a star for that. And its a bit odd that the dialog is from the point Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 view of a bug but is told by a human. Someone stated they liked this Gardens Inc. 3: Bridal Pursuit because of more stuff, well maybe I haven't hit the "more stuff" yet or that other player just doesn't remember the first Mundus game. Having read the Univrese before I started I chose the Zen. In some cases these power-ups are given as a reward when entering a new location, earned as a result of making a match with more than three tiles and these appear within the grid itself or purchased using some of the coins you Mundus: Impossible Universe 2 earned when playing the game. But a terrific match 3 game, love the limited moves. Once all the elements have been added to Uniberse world then you can move on to the next world without the payment of a fee and face even more challenges and difficulties. Glad I found it. On the plus side, it is a well designed moves limited matching game. It's worth checking out. While extremely similar to the original Beholder of Mundus - Impossible Universe, Brain Games: Chess felt this follow-up title was more difficult. These Stars are used to add elements to the current world. I've only played the demo so far and Impossbile always play in relaxed mode, so if you like a bit of a challenge you might want to try a different mode. Uinverse just bought Imppssible game and I must get back to it.


You can play Zen with unlimited moves for relaxing or you can pick limited moves. I've now played this one 48 mins to level 25 and there just isn't any difference, nothing new added unless it comes in later in the game. This one is just like the first but with new worlds to build. Why bother with money when you need stars to purchase kitchen items? I love having 4 game modes, but once you choose one of the 4, you must play the entire game in that mode or start another game. One of the fun things about these games is building the worlds and seeing all the creative things the devs have come up with for each world. On the completion of a challenge, an automatic mode will take over and the grid will use any available moves to increase your score and coin balance. I just bought this game and I must get back to it. Unlike so many Match 3s, in this one you don't have to sit waiting for the tiles to finish dropping before making your next move, always a bonus. As you can probably surmise, Mundus Impossible Universe 2 is the follow-up title to the similarly named Mundus Impossible Universe. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by LavenderLion from More worlds to build I've got the first Impossible Universe game and its a favorite. I expect it will get harder as the levels progress. I'd rather wait until I get enough stars to buy several items at once and just continue the game play.

Once all the elements have been added to a world then you can move on to the next world without the payment of a fee and face even more challenges and difficulties. The only negative was sometimes I just had one space left to clear and it was hard to find. Available power-ups are shown to the left of the current grid. One of the fun things about these games is building the worlds and seeing all the creative things the devs have come up with for each world. Date published: You can set the volume levels for music and sound effects plus opt to play in full screen or windowed mode with the game offering a choice of languages that include English, Spanish, German, French, Italian and Dutch. This one is just like the first but with new worlds to build. So the levels are quite fresh on my mind. Why bother when the level has been won? At the successful completion of a level you will be awarded a Star which is put towards your collection. Glad I found it. You owe it to yourself! There are five profile slots available, so the whole family can play at once, and really it is a quite easy game to play. On the plus side, it is a well designed moves limited matching game. Your levels get to clean it up as you progress and earn money.

You need the money to purchase items like hammers, rockets and magnets to help if you get into trouble. I hope you will do the same and enjoy it with me!!! Its a sweet and comical game so far and makes me smile. I enjoy a nice relaxing game but on the other hand I like to have enough happening to prevent boredom and this one ticks all the boxes. So the levels are quite fresh on my mind. What a fabulous second offering in this series. You can't change the mode you choose without restarting the entire game, so choose carefully! You can open these up at anytime once you have earned enough money to do so. Available power-ups are shown to the left of the current grid. It can help your cause if you take care over the use of moves and finish the level with plenty to spare. Depending upon the chosen difficulty levels, challenges that need to be completed within a set number of moves assigned to that particular level. I just bought this game and I must get back to it. Levels not successfully completed, within the designated number of moves, will either need to be replayed from the start or with extra moves being purchased. The easy mode still wants you to finish a level within a specific amount of moves which I didn't understand when I chose EASY. Unlike so many Match 3s, in this one you don't have to sit waiting for the tiles to finish dropping before making your next move, always a bonus.

4 thoughts on “Mundus: Impossible Universe 2

  1. Same boards. What a fabulous second offering in this series. Will be getting this one after the demo is finished. It can help your cause if you take care over the use of moves and finish the level with plenty to spare.

  2. A variety of power-ups are available when playing the different levels of Match 3 game play. Playing in Zen you can usually finish the level without power-ups so you amass lots of coins to buy power-ups when you do need them. Glad I found it. In the case of this follow-up title, the worlds that form your travel plans start off with one that is, and remains, unnamed.

  3. If it is like the first in the series, it also has lots of levels. You might be asked to collect a specific number of one types or form of tile, collect the required number of different types of tiles or lower head-dress tiles to the bottom of the grid by clearing away a path beneath the head-dress through making matched groups. Date published: Challenges come in a variety of formats. You can play Zen with unlimited moves for relaxing or you can pick limited moves.

  4. There is easy and a totally relax mode with no limit on the amount of moves I think there is something for everyone here, but try the demo. Minor things at best, but annoying to me. This one has a sort of story line of sorts.

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