Adam and Eve 2

Adam and Eve 2

Adam and Eve 2 is the sequel to the successful logic-type game Adam and Eve. In the sequel you play as Adam and the goal of the game is to find Eve after a number of adventures.

If we have to be honest we will tell you that we haven’t come across these games before but this is not a drawback as this review will be unbiased and based on genuine first impressions. We can easily say from the start that Adam and Eve 2 is a game for hardcore logic fans. There’s nothing else to do on every level than to find a way through which Adam to advance to the next level. To do so, you must manipulate various objects and even animals, which is not always an easy thing to do. The ultimate goal is to allow Adam to escape from the level and reach the next one. The app is for logic fans as some levels are really hard and may drive you nuts, especially if you are not into such games.

Adam and Eve 2 is a simple game and this is why it does not come with 3D effects or similar visual candy. Everything is in 2D but this is not a bad thing as this is what you need to successfully complete the game. It is also free, which is always a good thing.

Adam and Eve 2 is for fans of logic games. If you are one such fan, you can take a look at this game here on Google Play.

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