Tales from the Dragon Mountain 2: The Lair

Cateia Games, Ocean Media, Libredia Entertainment

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Tales from the Dragon Mountain 2: The Lair

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Available on:Nintendo SwitchJul 16, 2020
PCMar 15, 2014
Xbox OneNov 28, 2018

Developer: Cateia Games

Publishers: Ocean Media, Libredia Entertainment

Genres: Adventure, Puzzle

It has been years since brave Mina Lockheart defeated Lord Strix. But dark shadows are rising once again! Spirits are restless! For he has awaken! Evil Lord Strix is breeding a new army to enslave all creatures from the Dragon Mountains! It is once again up to Mina and her best friend spirit Malik to travel to distant parts of the world and find clues how to open the passage to a hidden wasteland - Lord Strix's lair. Meet different characters along your journey, help them and have them help you. Search and discover new places, but hurry! Lord Strix gets stronger by the minute! - Follow the clues and find the passage to Strix's lair - Explore many unique fantasy locations - Meet mythical creatures on your journey - Solve dozens of puzzling minigames - Bright and colorful fantasy atmosphere

Tales from the Dragon Mountain 2: The Lair Reviews

Tales from the Dragon Mountain 2: The Lair is Cateia Games' weirdest title yet but it still offers a rewarding puzzle-filled adventure.

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I also managed to pick up all but one of the collectable objects on my first pass without really looking for them, so they can’t be that difficult to complete. Some of the puzzles made me pause for a while, which was nice, but the majority I just breezed through. This isn’t unusual in this type of game, but I’m sure someone less accustomed could get quite a bit more time out of each puzzle. I spent most of my time playing annoyed at either the off-track story, dodgy controls, or lacklustre animations, which is a shame because with a refresh (which really, should be done as standard when porting such an old game to such a new system) it could be a pretty decent bit of fun. As it is, I’d have been sadly disappointed at paying for this short, badly-ported adventure. However, if you’re looking for a game to sink a few hours in to and exercise your brain while you’re at it, it’ll fill that need nicely.

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