Mystery Detective 2 is a Adventuring game available on the DS. It can be played in Turnbased modes.
Mystery Detective 2 is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.
Mystery Detective 2 can be played in a Turnbased mode. Turn Based games are played in turns, so that players can stop and consider their next move. This is common in tactical experience such as strategy or adventure games as this enhances the sense of control and planning the player has. Other genres - such as sporting, fighting and rhythm action games obviously rely on realtime game play.
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Mystery Detective 2 on Nintendo DS is the sequel to the original charming adventure/mystery game that combines a cute art-style with some fantastic puzzles and a wild and wacky storyline. Playing as the child detective Mackenzie once again, you'll use the stylus to investigate mysteries, talk to the bizarre townsfolk and stop your nemesis Cornstalker from stealing precious and rare artefacts. With its hilariously off-beat story Mystery Detective 2 is a wonderful example of individual style and satisfying gameplay that can only be found on the Nintendo DS.
With nearly every character returning from the first game, Mystery Detective 2 really replicates the same formula that was such a success in the first game. Playing as Mackenzie, the child detective, you'll be touching objects and recording it in your journal while you investigate the five cases that make up the game. Chloe and Penelope return, along with the slightly odd manservant Cromwell, and together they help (and sometimes) hinder your progress through the cases.
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