Persian Nights 2 12+

The Moonlight Veil

Artifex Mundi S.A.

    • 3.9 • 20 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Travel to the magical land of Persian Nights and save your sister from a dire fate. Feel the taste of orient in this sumptuous and beguiling hidden object adventure.


The day of Mathab is coming to an end. During this time the aura of two moons forbids spellcasting, and the magic community must rely on previously enchanted artifacts. This year, the Academy was full of uncanny accidents which lead to the scrutinous investigation led by the mysteriously looking individual. On top of that, your sister vanishes under unclear circumstances. Unfortunately, it's just the beginning of a heap of troubles that you'll be facing in the far-off orient land!

Welcome to the fascinating, exotic world of Persian tales and legends. Tame mythical creatures called moonlings and meet other including the fabled simurgh, experiment with magic amulets, traverse through the Academy exploring all its secrets, and reveal who's behind all the atrocities!

Get ready for a highly immersive, enchanting adventure which brings to memory such classics as Aladdin and Arabian Nights, dealing with the orient theme in its own, unique way.

Solving the mystery behind the accidents and saving sister rests upon your shoulders!

• Enchanting orient adventure filled with magical creatures!
• Search through the Academy in 16 hidden object puzzles!
• Rack your brain with 25 riddles and minigames!
• Track the culprit visiting over 42 wondrous locations!
• Visit another dimension in the Bonus Chapter!

What’s New

Version 1.0.3

Minor Bug Fixes!
More minor bugs and issues fixed

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

IronicHorse ,

Lots of mind bending fun, but...

It's hard to follow. I reached one impasse in the forrest where I had no idea what to do, it was so confusing. I had to rely on hints to wend my way through. It's fun, but the story makes little sense. The explaining banners and initial texts come and go so fast there is no time to read them.

When I am exploring the search or found objects areas, I resent when it wavers and she says "I must focus!" I'm exploring the page, and I resent being told to stop it.

I have to agree--although the art work is lovely and inventive, the animation in a game like this is like stick puppets. Charge a little more for a better show.

Still, it is inventive, even funny when something very unexpected breaks a given barier.

All in all, I'm having a good time.

lynx minx ,

Persian Nights 2: The Moonlight Veil by LynxMinx

This magnificent game was created by a company that I hadn’t heard of called SoDigital_. The gameplay was reminiscent of the EIPIX series Amaranthine Voyage (the earlier games) and also of Mad Head, to a degree. If you loved those developers’ creations, you will enjoy this beautiful fantasy. The gameplay was interesting, innovative and lengthy, inclusive of the bonus adventure. Settings were customizable. We were given a marked teleport map. The storyline was basically a Persian fable. The collectibles were morphing rose-tinted moon emblems, and there was an indicator which would turn cloudy once you found each emblem. The graphics were gorgeous and stellar, or should I say lunar? The gimmicks in the game arrived in the form of three different “moonlings,” each with its own power. You must care for these adorable pets and feed them and then utilize their powers to accomplish tasks. Of course there were other inventory items that had to be utilized, and the game was challenging without being impossible. The element reminiscent of Mad Head was the ability to examine certain items from various perspectives, such as rotating and manipulating these items in unusual ways. I would have loved more of those items! The HO scenes had a little variety and were not constantly popping up, a nice change from having to complete them in every location. There was no alternative puzzle. There were a decent variety of mini-games and puzzles, from rotational types to games of skill, to codes and a maze, so in effect there was a puzzle for every player.
Although it was obvious that English was not the primary language of the developer, it was still easy enough to understand the storyline. I had two main gripes with this developer. One was that the “moonlings” were overly used, and I would have preferred a more varied inventory usage. The other was a quality assurance issue. Several times the game closed down and kicked me out to my home screen, forcing me to restart the game. Each time that issue occurred I lost progress in the game. So I suggest you save your progress repeatedly, because the update that was issued did not fix this glitch.
Other than that, the game ran smoothly. My rating will stand at 4 stars. Play and enjoy, and as always Lynxie says happy gaming to all.
Update: Out today, July 15th, is Family Mysteries 3. The first two games in this Brave Giant series were phenomenal. Thanks, Artifex Mundi!
Note to all gamers: Dark Romance: Ashville will be delayed due to a need for further testing.

Star Gazed ,


I’ve started to play this game, and while I’ve always liked most of these games from Artifex Mundi developers, I’ve have run across a glitch in the area where you have to balance yourself and walk along the water/ice. As soon as you pass the Ice the game shuts off. I’ve tried to get across without skipping this three times and three times it’s shut down.
Please fix this.

Peyton’s Mom-Mom

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