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Letters from Nowhere left things wide open. A sequel was needed to finish off the story. iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch owners can thank G5 Entertainment for releasing Letters from Nowhere 2. This hand held video game finishes off the story. Can Audry save her husband in time? Will she find out why this is happening to her?

I could easily answer those questions for you, but choose not to. If you want the answers you will have to play through this hidden object game. There are a few different other puzzles in Letters from Nowhere 2, but most of this game is finding items on a list. Letters from Nowhere 2 does not allow players to tap everywhere either. A point penalty will ensue should you decide to do that - and miss too many in a row.

Letters from Nowhere 2 is dark. The whole theme and motif in this game is dark. There are skulls, black cats, potions, bones, a cemetery, and occult images. Most of the areas in Letters from Nowhere 2 are abandoned. Audry comments about not wanting to visit a few of them. But she is on a mission. The postman has blood on him too.

The music in Letters from Nowhere 2 is also dark and moody. The whole magic element with the witch, and a curse was the most troubling to me. There is a deep spiritual nature to Letters from Nowhere 2. Mystical items are used to ward off evils. Sadly no one in Letters from Nowhere 2 turns to God for assistance.

What is the connection between recent hidden object games and ghosts? It seems every time I turn around hidden object games are having players commune with spirits. It is starting to become a bit old in my opinion. Aren't there any other themes that can be thought of and used in this genre? I hope so for the entire genre.

Letters from Nowhere 2 finishes off the storyline. It is done, and I can see no way for a sequel to be created in this franchise. All of the dangling threads are tied off properly. I am glad this franchise is completed. It has some interesting things, especially in the game play, but ultimately it was too dark for me.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 62%
Gameplay: 69%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%
System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: '12+'
- 12+
{Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References}

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