I thought the story was too short. The first one was a better length.It isn’t terrible but not as good as the first monument valley.
I thought the story was too short. The first one was a better length.It isn’t terrible but not as good as the first monument valley.
Doesn't compare to MV 1. Puzzles are not challenging. Storyline is unclear and doesn't add to game play. Overall, development feels rushed in order to get game out. Could have been amazing if more time and thought went into it. Meh. At least I only paid 1.99.
I was really bummed out that when I got this game It seemed short and even shorter then the first, i thought that since it would be more money it would have more stuff. Love it so much I just want a bit more.
I'd been looking forward to this game for a while and I beat it in a day! I don't know if I got smarter or if the creators just didn't try as hard because the levels weren't nearly as challenging as the first. Overall I'm very disappointed.
I absolutely loved the first game, the visuals, the sounds, and the challenges, so I had to get the second game. I was just as impressed as I was with the first, but finished it so quickly I was really disappointed by the number of levels relative to the price the game costs.
Whatever seems true is, no matter how illogical. This land shall break your head. You can do what you perceive is possible.
Over too quickly on more than half of the levels. Challenging in patches. I love it anyway, but I like to have to think longer and harder than this version requires.
it make me nerves so slow and my s7 hang any minute
The title explains it..
I absolutely adored the first version of this game. One of my good friends showed it to me and I was immediately hooked! The beautiful graphics, the soundtrack and the touching storyline awed me. Soon I realized that Forgotten Shores was an available in app-purchase and I loved that version as well. When I discovered that there would be a sequel, I was overjoyed! I immediately downloaded it and played the first few chapters. Again, the incredible soundtrack, breath-taking graphics and stunning story all hooked me even from the first couple chapters, but there was one thing that poked me in the back of my mind. The chapters were short, easy to solve and didn’t hold much density in terms of length at all. I finished the beginning few levels in a matter of minutes, sad to realize that I had already plowed through a good part of this amazing app and story so quickly. So overall, I would say, yes you should download this app, but just know that it doesn’t have as much length as the first one. The story is just as meaningful and touching and the physical aspects of it are amazing, just the chapters are short and not as challenging as the first two versions, but I would say that I am happy that I have this app.
I beat this game in a day. In my opinion that’s not worth $5. Seems like they spent too much on graphics & music and not enough on levels & puzzles.
I was doing a level and I did som of it and then after it went through the door it disappeared so I redid the level and it still disappeared
I love this game it’s beautiful created the soundtrack for each level creates the scene however I found it to be extremely easy and for the money paid it is too short. I rather pay less or equal amount for a game that’ll actually have more level.
I’m so tempted to give this game a 5. It’s super creative and beautiful, was truly in awe at times and surprised at the great amount of imagination that went into creating some of these levels. BUT, three things. 1) The game is simply tooo easy. I mindlessly completely some of the levels, and although at times I had to think a bit harder, I was never lost or without a clue (like in most puzzle genre games), which may or may not be a good thing depending on how challenging you want the game to be. I was expecting more in terms of difficulty. 2) One thing that brings me to purchase and play games on my iPhone, as opposed to opening Netflix/hbo or social media or reading, is a good story. I thought their would be more interaction between the parent and child. A more story driven adventure. 3) This is comparatively minor fault, but in trying to draw the gamers attention to the details of these levels’ worlds (I.e. footsteps, the sounds of the environment’s creatures, the sounds of the structure’s moving parts) the game is pretty quiet. Too quiet. I wish music like the one playing on the home screen would play during the actual gameplay. Regardless of these 3 observations, however, this game is beautiful. Hats off to the devs!
The game is fantastic! Just as good, if not better than the first. I love the concept and can’t get over the music and art style. One issue though; why did you guys choose to keep the home bar indicator present while playing? This was so annoying! Great game but that home bar is so distracting from the beauty of the game it felt almost ruined in the sense that it couldn’t be entirely enjoyed on my $1200 phone oled display. Get what I’m trying to say here? Anyway keep up the phenomenal job on your games
This game was beautiful, but it lacked the difficulty that the first one mastered. This one was slow-moving and WAY too easy. Not worth the $ unfortunately.
I own both monument valley(MV) and monument valley 2(MV2), and to tell you the truth I was very wary to spend my $ on MV2 for fear it’d be exactly the same....or be “too easy” because of how often I played MV. I was SO happy to find that was not the case!!! MV2 is fresh and new, but manages to be those things without straying away from the feel and setting of the 1st game. And for those who’ve never played MV...first off, BUY IT!, and second off it’s magical and definitely worth it! And for those looking to buy MV2...of course buy it!!! It’s a great game, and I LOVE the personalization of your own spiral art at the end of each “level”!!!! Thanks USTWO and the Monument Valley 1 & 2 team(s)!!! Fantastic games!!!
This game is truly stunning and magical. But, I would love I back story on Monument one and two. I don’t really understand the story line. But beside that, I love it!! Please, pleeeeeeeeaaaaaaasssssseeeee make a third game to the monument valley series. Keep the beautiful game alive!
I love this game so much I played the first and second I loved both so much!
This is by far the best and most satisfying mind boggling game I’ve ever played, right next to portal 2. This game is amazing and worth your money. Highly recommend you buy it...ps...i think you should add a level editor mode and let people create their own unique puzzles
A great, well made puzzle game. However, not too challenging and very short. I thought I was 25%, maybe 50%, done with the game when it was actually over.
It’s a very fun game but there’s not enough levels. 14 including the tutorial! Also they’re really pretty easy except for some parts. You’ll beat the game in no time and then regret spending your money on something it. Monument valley 1 is better. 😬 Hope this helped.
I LOVED this game. However, I couldn’t believe it was so short. The story, the graphics, the puzzles, everything was excellent. I just wanted much more game out of a paid app.
It crash in the first minutes of the game , My device is iphone X , and it doesn’t any update for this crash , what should I do ?
Hands down the best visuals and sounds you will ever get from any game on the App Store Definitely worth the money Can’t wait for a part 3 ❤️
Okay, first, the puzzles are great. The music is great. The graphics are great. They nailed it just like in version 1. But the story. All I can say is lol. 🤣😂🤣😂 Only a bunch of flippin’ Millennial developers who lived with Mama until they were 30 would think that leaving your parents was some sort of profound event worthy of such pretentious treatment. What’s the next game? Going out and getting your license when you turn 16, or going to your first 8th grade dance 💃? Here’s a heads up, ladies and gents. You leaving your parents is what you’re SUPPOSED to do! It’s no more Earth shaking than graduating High School. If you don’t do it, then just consider yourself a loser, and certainly don’t make some game about it. You little goofballs. So, if you did like Monument Valley 1 which actually had a cool, intriguing story, go ahead and get this, but just mash the crap out of the continue button when they start trying to tell you that a girl leaving her mommy is something you should give two rips about. 😄🤣🤦♂️🤷♂️ Who approved this story over the other ideas?
I got this game this morning and I’m already on the second to last chapter. I love this game so much; it’s heartbreaking, cute, challenging, and inspiring. But what makes me a bit annoyed is the fact that there’s only 14 chapters. I want more!! This is the most highly addictive game I have ever played and worth the money. Thanks so much and please consider making a 3rd Monument Valley in which Ro’s daughter embarks on her own adventure with her child!!
Maybe i’m just too good at these games but it only took me about an hour to finish the game and there’s no real end game?
Game is visually entertaining the first couple of levels but then you realize there is only so much you can do with perspective so they threw in trees then ended it. Not enough game to pay for. 2 stars for art and music, needs a game to get more.
Not good for iPhone 5s
My girlfriend and I love playing this game together on my iPad. Unfortunately the audio is only working if we plug in headphones, not over the speakers. Have tried everything, force writing the app, restarting device, etc but sound still won't come out over speakers. None of my other apps have this problem
This is definitely one of my favorite games. I really hope the developers bring more to this one...the possibilities are endless with a game like this! Looking forward to see new additions!
This is an amazing game. I play it every day, over and over. Even when I’ve finished it I still play it. The only thing I would like to see is a new set of stories, each with their own character, and then in the end have them all bump into each other and tackle a problem. I would make it an in app purchase, and name it Northern Hopes, and have the storyline of each character lead them north, to a snowy realm of monsters and death.
I loved this game. It’s been a while since I found a game that I can’t stop playing. The only bad thing is I beat the game in two days. I wish have have continuously updated levels.
It's a good game for kids
Honestly enjoyed the game, however the game needed more. There was a lot more to the first game and it was a little bit more challenging than the second. The game was over too fast I finished this in about two hours where it took me a few days to finish the first. For 2.99 I was hoping to be challenged for a few days, and be stuck on levels for a little. it would take a child to figure out these uncomplicated levels. I wish there was more to this game and that it was a little more difficult than what I paid for. However it was still a decent game it would be nice if we got more challenging levels on an update that we didn’t have to pay for. I would recommend this game if you had an hour of time you wanted to waste.
Visually and aurally stunning. M.C. Escher type landscape and puzzles.
It’s one of my favorite games ever but unfortunately it crashes repeatedly on my iPhone X😕, update soon please.
Sure, Monument Valley I was a great game, and surprised us with brilliantly designed geometric and storytelling. Monument Valley II, however, is something of another level. The storyline would definitely resonate with anyone who is growing up and learning to be an adult, or even those who have a child that is about to leave home. I highly recommend it!
This game is so put together it’s so sweet the music is the best it actually made me cry at the end so worth the money it’s also so cool how’s there’s optical illusion also ro is a great parent hope you could make more levels
Can spend hours playing and replaying because it’s gorgeous for one, and two it’s so addicting to play and figure out. My only wish is that more levels were created or maybe even Monument Valley 3?
It is strange to say that the moment he child appeared and jumped to hug Ro and started to follow her, my heart melted. It’s just really nice to experience the absolute trust and company they share in a magical, sometimes confusing world. A small suggestion to put a little “memory book” to re-live some of the moments.
I love this game I’m so upsesed I can’t stop playing
This is an amazing game, I do have to say I am upset there isn’t way more levels to the game though.
When will a new one come out? Will it be playable on iPhone 6 still?
I think the game is a stunning play between simplicity and beautiful animation, and I enjoy the puzzle style gameplay, but I was disappointed to have finished the game in one sitting. I thought about only giving this game three stars, but it’s just not a three star game regardless of lacking levels. I’m sure I’ll buy the third whenever that comes out.
I’m a big fan of the concept: the visual, mind-bending (and moving/actually bending) environments; the complimentary, otherworldly, atmospheric music; the (mostly implied) compelling storyline; and the hours of fun/challenge that can be had solving the geometric, illusion based puzzles that make up each setting/screen along the way. That said, when comparing this version to those previous, much of the challenge—and thus much of the time spent/ needed to solve puzzles and enjoy playing—has been removed. If you’ve played previous iterations, you’ll find most of the solutions repetitively simplistic. Worse yet, some screens/ levels involve no solving whatsoever—it’s simply point, click, and next screen. The result is that much of the enjoyment and value has been stripped away and, although you’re left with many beautiful moments, those moments are ultimately too short lived and relatively unsatisfying.
After playing Monument Valley II, I am a changed person. The game deals with the reality of letting go for mother and daughter as one is in the afternoon of her life while the other approaches twilight. Feelings of wabi-sabi-esque loneliness and the sheer joy of reunion are expressed by simplistically beautiful and dynamic characters. I recently returned home after four years of college and I now understand my Mom’s half of that experience because of a mobile game. Other than the amazing storyline, this game has a gorgeous soundtrack that sets the mood along with several different sound effects that correspond with the visuals. The puzzles are complicated but not impossible to keep users interested. When in doubt, think outside the box!
Amazing but you could made it taller and added more characters
My husband has been raving about this game forever. I finally decided to buy MV1 and MV2. I finished them both in about three hours (total). While the visuals are beautiful and well done and the concept is stellar, I was surprised when the game was suddenly over. I also kept expecting the levels to get harder, but they didn’t. This game was far too easy for me. I’m so disappointed... I feel like I didn’t get my money’s worth.