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My one complaint is that everything is very small. There is no zoom mechanism, which can make it difficult to grab a particular villager, but the touch screen make it easy to get around the island, and I didn’t have any issues with the sensitivity. The music is soothing, and the in-game sounds are nicely subtle. The game requires a fair bit of patience, since tasks can take days to complete, most of it done without you, and it’s hard to resist the urge to micromanage. However, if you’re looking for a fun, casual game that you can stretch over a long period of time, Virtual Villagers 2 is an amazing value.
Totally worth $1.99. It's fun and a great way to waste time. From start to finish, you get at LEAST 25 hours of gameplay
(probably more) and the added details are a blast. VV2 has its flaws, but for the amount of gameplay you get, it well worth its price!
n conclusion, Virtual Villagers 2 offers up a similar experience to the first game, albeit with new goals and events. The art isn't as good, in our opinion, but if you like simulation or management games, you ought to enjoy what this title has to offer.
Overall, I think Virtual Villagers 2: The Lost Children is a pretty impressive game. The graphics are terrific and it seems as if it’s the sort of game that will provide many hours of entertainment. However, it’s not without its faults, and the biggest problem is that 95% of the time, it crashes when I open it. Usually if I re-open it a second time it’ll work, and once the game is running I haven’t had any crashes, but the crash upon opening it gets old, quickly. With any luck, this bug will be resolved soon and it won’t be an issue any longer.