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GameBoomers (May, 2011)
This second outing improves upon the first game in many ways -- snappier dialogs, larger and more varied environments, and more puzzles with increased complexity. The Vertigo Digital Entertainment team has clearly taken adventure gamers' voiced preferences to heart, and produced a more polished, lengthier, brainier sequel.
Christ Centered Gamer / Christ Centered Game Reviews (Apr 01, 2011)
Adam's Venture is a fun and gorgeous looking adventure game. I have no problem recommending it due to the fun and non-violent game play. While it is longer than the first in the series, it’s still a bit short. It’s a fun ride while it lasts and for $20 the price is reasonable. Other than the currently non-functional online unlockables, I don't see much replay value here.
Un second volume d'Adam's Venture très sympathique à parcourir et qui propose un scénario qui tient en haleine. L'anglais n'est pas trop pénalisant, et le titre demeure globalement assez facile.
Girl Gamers UK (May 16, 2011)
Adam’s Venture 2: Solomon’s Secret is certainly impressive for what it is. The incredible visuals and decent puzzles make for what could be a great series. However, the game is incredibly short and it seems to make the assumption that the player has only just finished the first episode. If you can get hold of the two episodes together and play them back to back, there is a lot to like here. Let’s just hope that episode 3 doesn’t take too long to turn up.
Adventure Gamers (Apr 19, 2011)
Solomon’s Secret takes strides to improve on the initial instalment with technical enhancements and varied puzzle design, but its weak storyline continues to hold it back.
Adventure Classic Gaming (Apr 20, 2011)
Adam's Venture Episode 2: Solomon's Secret is the second episode in the Adam's Venture series from Vertigo Games. It is a third-person adventure that offers a mix of action and puzzle play. The series is ostensibly intended to promote Christian values, but not in an especially preachy or blatant way. Overall, the game is decent but not spectacular, though it is certainly impressive in its graphics compared to episodic games from other developers.
Adventure Lantern (Sep, 2011)
Overall, Solomon's Secret is a significant improvement over the first episode of Adam's Venture. It seems as though the development team made an effort to respond to every complaint about The Search for The Lost Garden. Solomon's Secret features a more engaging story and a larger number of locations to explore. There are also marked improvements in terms of puzzle variety. At the same time, the game maintains the visual appeal and relaxed pace from the first chapter. Unfortunately, despite all the improvements, there are still several issues with the game. Some of the conversations seem awkward. The relatively simple puzzles and the linear nature of the game can be frustrating for some gamers. The short length of the adventure is also rather irritating. However, if you are in the mood for a laid-back adventure with attractive visuals, Solomon's Secret is still worth a try.