App Detail » FRAMED 2

Published by: Loveshack

  • App Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-06-14
  • Current Version: 1.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 329.76 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • Price: $4.99

App Rating: 4/5
Based on 99 Reviews
Buy now: $4.99

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App Description

Years ago, a mysterious ship smuggled precious cargo into an exotic land.  A standalone entry in the FRAMED series. Change the order, change the outcome. FRAMED 2 is a noir puzzle game where you re-arrange panels of an animated comic book to change the outcome of the story. Taking place before the events of the original game, FRAMED 2 is the follow up to Hideo Kojima's 2014 Game Of The Year, FRAMED. FRAMED 2 is designed for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch iOS 9.0 and above. Optimised for iPhone 5 and above & iPad Air and above. LoveShack Entertainment is an independent game developer based in Australia. Follow us @LoveShackers for news of updates & new games.

App Reviews

  • Best prequel EVER

    Now I know that some people are like "what, it's a sequel" and no it's not because after the credits there is a scene that showers the girl grow up to give the man In the original game his motive or job. Amazing plot twist and also great story of how the man and the girl met, it's really creative *SPOILER ALERT* but it is so sad that the man dies in the end and the girls just sails off. The music is also fabulous and fits so well with all the scenes. Overall this is an amazing prequel to the original. Next I hope they make a sequel to the framed series. Something like "framed, the call" or it could be just framed3 with more fight scenes or a chance to fight the police instead of just sneaking up on them. This could also be a really good feature. Add knives or something too. You really don't have to but these are just suggestions. Amazing game ;)
  • Loved it. A great sequel.

    By Jordanovitch
    Framed 1 was engaging and fun, but Framed 2 felt more polished and gave me many more hours of fun. I suggest both, and look forward to more from this developer.
  • A good pre-story

    By welkinzheng
    This completes the storyline of Frame 1. Gameplay is basically the same, but puzzle are harder in my view
  • Worth it

    By Petrickj
    Got this on sale definitely worth it at that price. More difficult than the first game, as others commented, this can be because to figure out what a frame does you just have to try it. This can be both frustrating and interesting. Still a good play.
  • Can't Stop Playing

    By Diablokillaz
    I love this game so much that I even started a comic on it! Still the main thing I wanted to improve if I worked at Loveshack Entertainment. The animations are a bit stiff and the music doesn't transition correctly in some scenes; however, I love this game and I want to know what is in that suitcase, and where did it come from? Not sure if there was a trilogy but it's not inevitable. Thanks Loveshack Entertainment for making this game.
  • The game rules need work

    By Demicrown
    The game doesn't use any sort of standardized rules, meaning on many levels there is no way to predict how enemies are going to react. Sometimes they respond one way, other times they do something else arbitrarily. You can't ever "learn" how things work so you end up having to try things randomly and hope to hit on the right sequence. This fake complexity is a cop out.
  • So much worse than the first

    By Niki651
    The frames looked rushed and too thick to be classy. It looked cheap. Some of the backgrounds were awful, the wood in one frame for instance. The women somehow turned into a girl. The man became ridiculously and unrecognizably thin, I didn't know it was intended to be the same person until almost 10 frames in. Some of the actions in the scenes didn't make any sense. And here was one scene where if the man died the girl would sit down in her spot and rock like a baby which I found offensive and kind of demeaning. I will say the some of the background was beautiful like the last sunset and I thought it was still and interesting puzzle. The challenge was there but I just don't think the storyline and imagery were up to par with the first Framed.
  • Tooooo shoooort!

    By voiceofthebigjb
    Oh my word it's even shorter than the first one. It's frustrating only because it's such a GREAT game! MOAR!
  • Fun but short

    By Dumky2
    Original concept, nice graphics and sound, some tricky puzzles, but overall too short.
  • Good game, short (again)

    By BreeND
    The first one was quick, I finished in well under an hour. This one is no different. I'm not going to buy a third one if they make it. It's fun, but there's no replay value and it's way too short.

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