Enlightenus II: The Timeless Tower Collector's Edition

  • Bonus gameplay quest
  • Built in Strategy Guide
  • Fun Achievements
  • Sneak peek of Enlightenus 3
  • Full version of Forgotten Riddles: Mayan Princess
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 800 Mhz
  • Memory : 1024
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 344

Review for game Enlightenus II: The Timeless Tower Collector's Edition

Clarence Flatt, an expert clockmaker, has asked for your help and has offered you the chance to explore the legendary Timeless Tower! While working on the incredible Ageless Clock, something goes wrong and pieces of the device end up all over the Timeless Tower. These pieces begin to unravel the very fabric of time, and only you can set things right in Enlightenus II: The Timeless Tower, a fun Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

August 6, 2010

Game Rank

336 points

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A different take on the standard HOG
August 10, 2012

This is a great game if you like something a bit different from the norm. Instead of searching HOS for a list of items you have to use your brain a bit more in this one and try to match an object with it's correct place in a scene. For example a bunch of bananas will go to a 'hungry gorilla' or a comb might belong to a maiden with tangled hair . I really enjoyed it The graphics are well done and there are other unusual mini-games, where once again you need to use logic rather than manipulation to get the correct result. The format is the same throughout all the levels of the game, so if you don't like the alternative style of game play in the first few instances I wouldn't recommend it, but if like me you get a kick out of solving logic puzzles then I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

another good sequel!
April 18, 2013

I really have fun this game from beginning 'til the end. I think as usual this game have a good sequel again! I never get bored! Also all of this series is one of my favorite games I ever played! So thank you blue tea, for making this beautiful yet great series! Good job and love it!

At first interesting, but in the end quite boring
August 11, 2012

I had purchased Timeless Tower before buying the first installment of Enlightenus, and first off, I was charmed by the beautiful graphics of the game, the gentle music and the fact that the HOS were not the usual stuff... in fact, they are the reverse: you have to apply objects in a scene. After finishing Enlightenus II, I tackled the first episode and was immediately struck by the tremendous tediousness and repetitiveness of the game. Now, I tried my hand again at Enlightenus II and yes, it IS boring: five levels in the tower and for each level, you go back to the same nine scenes to do again and again and again the same thing, which is to put things back in the scenes. Now and again, you are presented with a minigame which lifts the burden of boredom for a few moments, and then it's back to the chaingang. I finished two levels, the second time I attacked the game, and then called it quits.

December 15, 2012

after just 10 min. I got bored and deleted the game. lucky I always try before buy - so - TRY before BUY

Challenging but Unique Game
November 11, 2012

This has some interesting and very challenging mini games in it. Sadly the replace object games become repetitive as they are in the same scenes over & over. Recommend to Upper Intermediate to Advanced players. Beautiful Art Nouveau setting to main game.Graphics less detailed in mini games.

Contrary to Recent Reviews
January 11, 2013

After reading the latest reviews, I just felt I had to raise the rating bar of this game since it truly deserves a higher score for what it offers. This game does have a different mechanism for solving hidden object scenes as the other reviewers already suggested, and it sure adds to to the level of difficulty and challege the gameplay offers. I've been playing HOGs for quite a while now, and Enlightenus II was one of those games I found quite rewarding in its Extra content. For the price of collectors' edition, you not only get the usual wallpaper\screensaver\music score\concept art\minigames items, but also a full version of Forgotten Riddles, and cheers to that! Also, although the Hidden Object scenes might get repetitve at times, the skip between different times and settings add to the fun factor reminds me of Echoes of the Past: The Citadel of Time#. Just thought I'll add my own impression of this wonderful game, but at the end of the day each player has their own preferences and expectations of the game offered to them.

February 3, 2014

I don't have anything to add to the other reviews. Enlightenus 2 has wonderful puzzles. In fact, I'm trying to get my whole family - ages 14 to 64 - to play the game to see how well they can do.

January 8, 2014

This game is definitely worth the money, because the bonus content includes another complete game, Forgotten Riddles: Mayan Princess. This bonus game had 19 levels and took me over 7 1/2 hours to play. I think I played it longer than the Enlightenus game itself. Yes, the scenes are repeated, but usually with different objects. I thought having to place objects into the scene, as opposed to finding objects as in a regular HOG was a neat change and certainly held my interest. I have found very few HOG's that don't repeat locations, unless they are very short. I had never played a riddle game before and really enjoyed this introduction to one in the bonus material. First you had to solve the riddle to figure out what object you needed to look for, then you had to find the object in the scene. At times, this was extremely difficult, as the items were very small. The storyline of the bonus game was excellent. So, a couple of firsts for me and that certainly held my interest.

Something different
January 25, 2012

Instead of hunting for a hidden object in a jumble of stuff, this game gives you strange little things to incorporate into a scene. It's kind of difficult to explain, but the scenes are of different times and places in the past, and you traveled there because you've got to find the missing pieces of the clock maker's masterpiece. You grab the odd little things and float them over the scene until you find something that might match up, but it's rarely obvious. I had a tiny violin to place, and it took me a while to find the "musical squirrel". If you're looking for a break from the typical HOS, you'll like this one!

The BEST Blue Tea game
March 8, 2013

This is far different from the games your used to playing. You are a reporter, and an old clockmaker contacts you to help him. With the help of the clocks you go back threw time to help him retrieve items that will help him change his future. I cannot recommend this game enough. Be sure and collect the enlightenus cards, if you want to skip a puzzle.

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