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.
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 553.82 MB. The current version is 1.0.2 and works well on 9.0 and high ios versions.
In which we put together a quick update to improve your Monument Valley 2 experience :)
- Install size optimisation (200MB less!)
- Localisation fixes
- Performance fixes
- General bug fixes
I loved the first monument valley, much like Kevin Spacey, so got mon valley 2 the first chance I got, and finished it within two days of casually playing. Way shorter and less challenging than the first, though the artwork and graphics are still beautiful, maybe even more so. The story was fairly nonsensical, though having two "adventurers" made it more interesting, I think they could've done more with it though. Maybe in mon valley 3.
They did it again with beautiful scenes, meditation-worthy music, and puzzles that MC Escher himself would applaud. Lovely story line as well. Would love a longer game as the pricing does build an expectation of more than a day of game play. Difficulty was on par with the original game, would have liked more of a challenge. The creators are obviously a unique talent and I look forward to any and all future games they design. Worth the buy!
I'm in agreement with what a lot of people have said, about this game being a lot easier than the first. However, this game has a much more developed storyline then the first one, which is good in its own way.
I played the first Monument Valley and loved it and was very excited for the second one when it came out. However, there are only 14 levels and they all seem very short and not very challenging. For $3.99, I expected more gameplay and story line.
Love this game! Beautifully designed.
Definitely worth it, not too long of a play but it's quite beautiful and made me think about my life a lot (in a good way). Would play again 100%
I wish it was longer. Again, just a beautiful stunning game with fun puzzles and amazing score.
Stunningly gorgeous art and design, however as a puzzler the game is lacking. Very few times was I stumped for more than half a minute. Most of the time the solution was obvious and there was precisely one way to solve the puzzle. I recall the first game being more challenging.
Everything about this game is amazing! As someone who loves the Monument Valley series (the first one was also very good) I can assure you that this is worth your money
Its very simple compared to the first one. You will expend 0 brain power solving these puzzles. Its really disappointing.
I fell in love with Monument Valley the first time I played it. The graphics and the storyline were so beautiful and smooth, I can't help but STILL play the game over and over again today. It is an amazing game. But then, the 2nd Monument Valley came along, and blew the first one out of the water. The second I saw it on the App Store, I ran to my mother (because we're both Monument fans) yelling, " Mom! Mom! They just came out with a Monument Valley 2!" And so I begged her to let me buy it, and she gave in. The second one is just...so...beautiful and moving. The story about the relationship between the mother and daughter was so nice. And seeing the daughter go from very dependent on her mother to now self-sufficient was amazing. The graphics are also even more amazing than the first. And the levels are much more fun and trickier. In the last level, when they reunite, I nearly cried. It is such a moving storyline, with beautiful graphics and awesome new levels to play. Like the first, I still play the game over and over again. If I could rate your app 10 million stars, I would. Trust me. Thank you so much for bringing Monument Valley into my life, ustwo games. They are amazing-awesome-super-duper-great games, so please don't hesitate to make a Monument Valley III!! I cannot wait to see what beautiful game you make next. I will never, ever forget Monument Valley and how stellar it is. Thanks for reading, Alex 💙
While it is a beautiful game. It doesn't seem to have the same sense of inspiration behind it. It's also a very short game. I finished it in my spare time in only a few days. The levels aren't as complex or as developed as the first either. I personally was disappointed. A first time or younger player may feel differently.
The original monument valley was more challenging and therefore the finale was more rewarding. Also the reveals was more spectacular. Anyway, this is a fantastic game. Beautifully created.
Beautiful music, creative puzzles and landscapes, silly dialogue. Stick in the earbuds and relax.
This game really is beautiful but compared to the first MV this one is way too easy. No challenge at all. In the original I loved the complexity of the puzzles and how it took me time to figure some of them out. It still is one of my favorite games. MV 2 didn't have a single puzzle like that. Disappointed.
I agree with most of the 2 & 3 star reviews, the first Monument Valley was much more intriguing, challenging and thus rewarding. After a loooong wait, I'm afraid that while MV2 is a great experience on its own, it would have been a better introduction to MV1 than vice versa. The first iteration had level after level that seemed to go on and in, with twists and turns that had you retracing your steps a dozen times before finally finding the right path. This version had some exciting combination challenges, but usually were quite easy to figure out. I was very disappointed that I was stumped only twice through all 14 levels. I think I'll go back through MV1 again.
The creators of Monument Valley have shown us they have many more tricks up their sleeves. How is it that apparently simple shapes bring tears to my eyes? Beautiful visuals, ethereal music and ingenious gameplay combine to build another captivating experience.
The game freezes every time I open the second level. Then it force closes ):
I wish it was longer and not as easy. For the price there should have been more game play.
Way easy. Mindless. The nice music and visuals don't make up for the lack of difficulty in completing any one of the puzzles. Save yourself the 5 bucks.