[Beyond PlayStation] Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions Review
Stained-glass puzzle sequel Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions from Digerati and Onyx Lute is now on Nintendo Switch. Learn more in our Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions review!
In Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions, the aptly titled sequel to Glass Masquerade, youâ€™ll bee taking in over 30 round puzzles that feature great art presented in a stained-glass way. You will be working on completing each of the puzzles by grabbing and aligning the puzzle pieces into their corresponding slot. The pieces are displayed on the sides of the screen on rotating selection wheels, and as you find the right ones to complete the puzzle, more pieces will take their place on each of the wheels.
The first thing that you should do is place all of the red pieces on the puzzle area since they are some of the pieces for the borders of the image. Youâ€™ll also be able to find their place in the image more easily thanks to the marks on them since they will match the mark on the outer edge of the puzzle itself. After this, pay attention to what the border pieces are displaying, so that you can start to find and rotate the rest of the pieces as needed so that you can complete one of the dozens of gorgeous stained-glass images that Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions has to offer.
The game features a little over 30 puzzles to solve, and you can take on them in the Normal difficulty, or go for it in Hard. When playing on Normal, depending on your skills and experience playing jigsaw-style puzzle games, youâ€™ll probably take 5-20 minutes completing a puzzle, depending on how deep in the game you currently are. When playing on Hard, the challenge is bumped up considerably, since the shapes of the pieces, and how their edges align with other pieces, will be changed to feature different types of edge angles, which could easily have you scratching your head for well over half an hour per puzzle.
If youâ€™re a fan of jigsaw puzzles and stained-glass images, then Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions is the game for you. If you played the prequel and loved solving its puzzles, then Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions is the game for you. Itâ€™s a very relaxing and chill experience, and those of you who want to bump up the challenge can certainly do so for all of its 30+ puzzles. Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions is out on Nintendo Switch for $11.99.
This Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Digerati.