Guide a mother and her child as they embark on a journey through magical architecture, discovering illusionary pathways and delightful puzzles as you learn the secrets of the Sacred Geometry.
Sequel to the Apple Game of the Year 2014, Monument Valley 2 presents a brand new adventure set in a beautiful and impossible world.
Help Ro as she teaches her child about the mysteries of the valley, exploring stunning environments and manipulating architecture to guide them on their way.
“Subtly more sophisticated than its predecessor” - WIRED
“Little vignettes of a surreal world that works its socks off to make me happy” - POLYGON
“I was enraptured by everything I saw and heard” - DESTRUCTOID
“One of the best gaming experiences available on any device, let alone mobile” - POCKETGAMER
A STANDALONE ADVENTURE
A completely new story from the Monument Valley universe. You don’t need to have previously played Monument Valley to enjoy Monument Valley 2.
INDIVIDUALLY CRAFTED PUZZLES
Enjoy beautiful levels filled with illusory, meditative puzzles, using brand new interactions to explore the changing dynamics between characters.
Artwork inspired by an eclectic mixture of architectural styles, artistic movements and personal influences, each translated into stunning geometric structures.
Immerse yourself in uniquely melodic interactive soundscapes, tailored perfectly to every step of Ro and her child’s journey.
Monument Valley 2 is only compatible with devices running iOS 9 or later.
The applications Monument Valley 2 was published in the category Games on 2017-05-30 and was developed by ustwo Games Ltd. The file size is 491.50 MB. The current version is 1.2.9 and works well on 9.0 and high ios versions.
Fixed an issue which was causing in-game text to display in an incorrect language for some players.
Honestly can’t imagine something more worthy of my money. I’ve been covered in goosebumps playing this game for the last twenty minutes; it’s mind blowing in its beauty and clever use of visual illusion. Best game I’ve ever played.
I have no words to describe how awesome this game is. Generally, I prefer not buying any mobile apps, but Monument Valley 1 and 2 have been the only exceptions. It's that amazing and totally worth it. The graphics are mind blowing and the game itself is very addictive that you're left wanting more. Great job, ustwo games team!
I enjoyed the original and had fun playing this one but this one is even shorter than the last one. More more more!
The game structure is astonishing, and the background is quite beautiful. However the story is too short, you only get to play about 10 levels, then it’s all over. It probably will only take you a little bit over an hour to finish the whole game. Meanwhile, the levels are linear and very easy, it really doesn’t require too much thinking, which seems not to be very good for a puzzle game. I don’t recommend this game to those who seek challenges, it’s not worth the money. I personally believe this game is for kids.
I enjoyed the game in it self, I had already purchased the first one however the second one felt was way! to short to have payed almost $5.00 I feel it should have been more to it then that, the first one had much more to offer 👍🏼👍🏼👎🏼
Totally worth the money, wish there was more levels tho
I was so excited to see that Monument Valley was back with a second installment. A beautiful visual and audio experience makes this game feel so special and unique. The Escher-type puzzles combined with the overall simple gameplay makes this game a real delight to play.
Can’t say enough about the sheer wonderfulness that is Monument Valley 1 and 2. I adore these relaxing gorgeous games. The little kaleidoscope at the end of the chapters is just precious. Your hard work paid off...kudos! 💖
The enchanted and magical geometric world of Monument Valley is BACK! With new puzzles and a story that, while sparse in details, sparks the imagination to draw you into this perspective bending world in which M.C. Escher would have felt completely at home! While the puzzles herein are not as challenging as in Monument Valley I, they remain so delightful in their design that the game play is driven more by the fun than the challenge! The soundtrack is deliciously peaceful and only adds to the enjoyment of play. I will revisit this game as often as I did the first. I hope the developers have plans for more adventures in Monument Valley!
I beat this game in 2 days of sparse playing. The game was so short, it felt like I was playing one of those game samples you’d get from PlayStation that only gave you a couple stages. A game with so short of play would not always be a bad thing, but the replay-ability of Monument Valley 2 is non existent to me because there is no variation of the stages. This game should be no more than $0.99 because there are no ads, the game play was smooth and developers need to get paid. I’m glad I caught it on sale because paying full price for such a teaser of a game would have irritated me even further. The stages in this game are statically challenging. The difficulty neither goes up or down. There are more things to interact with, but that in no way makes game “harder.” I’m cool with this being a chill game, but it also feels empty. I don’t understand the purpose which drives these characters. “Train her,” and, “She is progressing well,” are all you get for a story line aside from, “This is my friend; he will show you the way.” Then you complete the stage and do some hexagonal star thing and don’t learn squat else but what you figure out in your own on how to beat the level. Something else that bothered me: What’s up with the hats, either wear it all the time or put it back where you pulled it out from and don’t wear the hat... or is it really a hat since they hardly wear it? Maybe I missed something by not playing the first game, but the hats-that-maybe-aren’t-hats confound me.
Yes it t is easier MV1, but is just as beautiful and fun to solve. Look at it this way if they were released in reverse order I don’t think anyone would be critical, it’s just that we were spoiled with MV1.
My 6 year old boy flew through it and I was surprised! The first had some decent twists but this one as sweet and well designed as it is has less of the puzzling intricacy we all loved from the first, turns out when I finally play it, it’s definitely too easy, even for a 6 year old.
Trivial puzzles this time around. Feels rushed.
A brilliant follow up with a deeper narrative and fresh new, mind blowing puzzles
This is an excellent sequel to one of the best games of all time. Compelling story and gameplay couple with a beautiful soundtrack makes this game highly addictive. The thinking that made this game and it’s predecessor is pure genius. Well done to the ustwo team.
The design and art have stepped up a notch from the original game but sadly the puzzle design has taken a definite step back. All but one of the puzzles were decidedly linear and not nearly enough was made of using both Ro and her daughter together to solve puzzles (only one level!) The game felt short and there was no real sense of satisfaction are competing the puzzles. The first game was worth the cost but this one is probably about four times what it is worth. Lots of style but little substance.
I love the game a lot. The graphics are intense and I sure do miss the crows. The bad part is that it is to short for $3, and I worked for the money.
The path and steps required are almost always obvious. You’re just going through the motions wondering when the challenging part of the game is going to come. I think I only felt like I asked myself “what should I do now” twice while playing. Whereas with the first one, my husband and I would get so stuck we would ask each other where we were up to and what to do next. Love the first game and I’m disappointed compared with this one. Beautiful graphics and music but not really worth the expensive price.
I love this game since MV1, the beautiful scenery, charming musics and heartbreaking story between mother and daughter. I was fully submerge the this game. One hint for new players is to play it at night when it is all dark.
It felt easier than the first game. Perhaps that was intentional to ensure it was accessible. Perhaps I’d just become used to the mechanics? Either way, it’s an incredibly clever and beautiful game.
This one is not as fulfilling as the MV1. This is much shorter, and less stunning scenes.
I didn't think the first game could be topped! The powerful story just pulls you in. I can't wait until the next installment arrives.
I think they missed what makes a good puzzle game... The puzzles. Every solution is readily apparent, I felt like I was watching a flash movie rather than playing a game. Not nearly as challenging as the first version. And there's too much hugging, and kneeling.
I absolutely adored the first monument valley. It was a puzzle game that was inventive and challenging, and this one was just... a let down. The moment I saw that another monument valley game was out, I bought it, and when I finished it, I asked myself where the rest of the puzzles were. Also, this game did not challenge me like the last. I had high hopes for this game and I am disappointed.
This is not only a game, it's a story that takes you into a game, you become immersed in both to a degree that's mind boggling. You will love each eye appealing color with all three of your eyes, your vision along with your minds eye, that's where you see all the beauty this amazing masterpiece has to offer. To capture your minds eye is a testament to those who created this beautiful work of art, it's really not a game, it's just pure beauty. ENJOY
Love the game concept of the Escher like puzzles. Great music, great graphics, but the puzzles aren’t complex enough and the gameplay is too short for the price. It gave me less than an hour of play before I complete the game.
I played the first monument valley and was a fan from the beginning this one is great ,but I kind of wanted it to be about (spoiler alert for the first game) her when she turned into a bird and maybe how the ex-crow people help her on her journey.
Beautiful but very short and much simpler than the original. I didn’t spend more than 20 seconds in each section
Beautiful game and story, well optimized for the iPhone X.
Monument Valley has been one of my favorite mobile games ever. When I heard a second one came out, I went crazy. This game has BEAUTIFUL graphics and an AMAZING soundtrack. The relationship between Ro and her child is heartwarming and adorable. I loved every second this game gave me and I’m looking forward to hopefully new levels!