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7 Wonders II

Compatible with Nintendo DS™ (NDS™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
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  • Same great game; totally fresh look and feel
  • Explore, learn about and build 7 new Wonders
  • Explosive new power-ups such as the Single Cell Bomb and Timer Freeze
  • Choose what section of the Wonder to build and track your progress


Enjoy newly enhanced and interactive gameplay with incredible animation that surpasses even the original!

7 Wonders instantly transports you back in time to far away lands to complete an unbelievable mission: building the 7 Wonders. This new adventure introduces you to forgotten, yet magnificent structures such as Stonehenge and the Taj Mahal. You'll be dazzled with incredible new power-ups and bonuses and intrigued as you receive pieces of a hidden map, which ultimately uncovers a secret route leading to a wondrous sight that only the best get to see.

Whether you are returning to 7 Wonders or new to the game, 7 Wonders II will mystify you!

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A fully functioning port of the PC version
Nothing more, nothing less.

Therefore, the only changes lie in the game being "translated" onto the DS and its hardware. The stages have not been compromised with in any way, and all the features of the regular game are left.

However, the visual appeal of the game (which was what made me love it back when playing on a PC) have been justified, or altered, to fit the DS. Some of the colours and special effects have gotten "downgraded" either due to the hardware capacity of the DS _or_ its screen size.

This is most notable when you look at the special powers - they lack that sweet punch they usually have when you select them. A full-screen monitor gives more room for colours, animations and - I know that this is a puzzle game but hear me out - depth. This is kept, but not fully executed, on Two Wonders II.

Having said all of this, that is pretty much the only thing to remark on. The gameplay is intact, and the addictiveness too :)

Only question lies in if you can tolerate not having the full-blown graphics as seen/experienced on the PC... And perhaps if your fingers are up for the task of tapping your stylus for HOURS on end ^_____^
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