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Years ago, a mysterious ship smuggled precious cargo into an exotic land.
A standalone entry in the FRAMED series.
Change the order, change the outcome.
FRAMED 2 is a noir puzzle game where you re-arrange panels of an animated comic book to change the outcome of the story.
Taking place before the events of the original game, FRAMED 2 is the follow up to Hideo Kojima's 2014 Game Of The Year, FRAMED.
FRAMED 2 is designed for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch iOS 9.0 and above.
Optimised for iPhone 5 and above & iPad Air and above.
LoveShack Entertainment is an independent game developer based in Australia.
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What's New in Version 1.0.1
Important fix to the input code level.
It's really not very good. Sorry.
I like indie games and sympathize with their makers. It makes me happy if an indie game becomes successful. That said, this one needs a lot of work in the concept department. Puzzles like this one become very boring and unsatisfying when they don't stick to strict logical rules. This game kind of forces you to accept its makers' random ideas on how the logic of the scenes is supposed to work. It becomes very frustrating quickly, because there are no clear rules about how the mechanics operate. The same move that creates one outcome once, leads to a completely different one at other times, based only on what "they" need. The idea of swopping out the frames of a comic strip to change its outcome is brilliant. But you're forced to rely on trial and error endlessly, until you happen upon the solution the game wants from you. It's hard, often impossible, to memorize what happens in many of the frames. Often, the frames, before you hit the play button, are too similar and are difficult or impossible to tell apart. Success, when it finally comes, doesn't give you the satisfaction of having figured it out, it just confirms that you finally followed the idiosyncratic rules of the game and its makers.
Best prequel EVER
Now I know that some people are like "what, it's a sequel" and no it's not because after the credits there is a scene that showers the girl grow up to give the man In the original game his motive or job. Amazing plot twist and also great story of how the man and the girl met, it's really creative *SPOILER ALERT* but it is so sad that the man dies in the end and the girls just sails off. The music is also fabulous and fits so well with all the scenes. Overall this is an amazing prequel to the original. Next I hope they make a sequel to the framed series. Something like "framed, the call" or it could be just framed3 with more fight scenes or a chance to fight the police instead of just sneaking up on them. This could also be a really good feature. Add knives or something too. You really don't have to but these are just suggestions. Amazing game ;)
Nice game but a little short
It's beautiful like its predecessor, it is a bit harder than original Framed. I like the story and it merges the Framed 2 to the beginning of the Framed 1 in the end but the story lacks in some cases I think, for instance the girl in original Framed poisoned the man who recruit him to assassinate the man with mustache in cafe. The ending is sad but story is totally beautiful.
I wish there were a pause button to reorganize the frames.
I'm looking forward for Framed 3, hope developers produce that.I also like the quality of Loveshack games, in past 3 or 4 years they introduced just 2 games with gorgeous quality. Hope part 3 doesn't take 3 years to become completed.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jun 18, 2017
- Version: 1.0.1
- Size: 351 MB
- Languages: English, Arabic, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Seller: Loveshack Entertainment Pty Ltd
- © 2017 Loveshack Entertainment Pty Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.Apple TV: Yes