Mishap 2: An Intentional Haunting
Those who play a lot of games, especially games of the same genre have developed this sense of feeling when there is a fresh breeze here.
Mishap 2: An Intentional Haunting is one of those.The game is going to challenge the skills of the most experienced players and entertain everyone with its story and characters.
The hidden object sceens are completely cluttered with stuff, but the artists were adept at finding ways to make all look pretty nice and natural.
This is the sequel of Mishap: An Accidental Haunting. But you don't need to be familiar with the first one in order to succeed here. This time Milton Hobblepop and his wife Emily have been caught by the mean rival, Avery Nailliv. Now they need your help to deal with Avery's evil plans. But those will have to deal with a number of ghosts as you raid the Avery's estate.
The ghost you meet are a big part of the game. Going through the hidden object levels you get to know their stories through journals and other things that uncover their sorry past. They are just a bunch of those who got unlucky at a certain stage of their lives.
The hidden object sceens are completely cluttered with stuff, but the artists were adept at finding ways to make all look pretty nice and natural. So you will have to go over the place over and over again trying to find that one thing. The hint button will come in handy in those levels.
Each chapter of the game includes several rooms of the Avery's estate. You move back and forth in between the room finding all of the items on the list.
Another task for you there is to spot a ghost. You have a special tool with a meter for that. It shows you the hottest area. You shoot it three times and the ghost is busted.
Another part of the game is the riddles that you need to solve in order to get hint of where to go next. That's how things go in Mishap 2: An Intentional Haunting.
The graphics of the game are in a cartoonish style making the ghosts more funny then scary. It is fun to be in there, though the number of mini-games and puzzles you are to solve many seem a bit overwhelming, but it all depends on the person's taste as always.
The game is fun and entertaining to kill a few hours.
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