In the first adventure, you used your ability to wield each element and transform yourself into the animal that best represented it! That enabled you to alternate between each animal's point of view and save the four trapped elements!
In your second adventure, Panmorphia calls out to you once more!
You are being sent to the Lost Temple to enchant the amulet and evolve your powers!
Doing so will enable you in the future to swap freely between the four elemental forms!
The Lost Temple is like no other! It has four sides, each representing the four elements! Your powers enable you to do magical things such as breathe underwater, turn day into night, summon the wind, and many other wonderful surprises!
• Point and click, puzzle adventure game!
• Custom designed beautiful graphics!
• Many items to collect and puzzles to solve!
• Dynamic notebook that tracks your clues!
• A Hint System that guides you with the next task!
• A beautiful soundtrack and original sound effects!
• Auto-saves your progress!
• Translated into: German, French, Italian and Russian.
- Fixed the bugs causing duplicates of picked up items. If you are experiencing this bug, please reset the game to clear the inventory.
- Simplified the feathers puzzle.
- Added bird flight and fish constellation puzzle clues.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Expert dreamy sound and graphics, but not as good a game as Pan 1. It’s much shorter, and confined to one building. I kept waiting to explore the outer terrain. Puzzles were good and some were challenging, but a few didn’t make sense - nowhere near intuitive to go from A to B (and I’m not a novice puzzle solver). All in all, certainly worth playing, and I would purchase Pan 3 if it comes out. Thanks!
It's hard to know just what to say about this game... it's quite good... but also has some issues. I'm glad to find there's been an update that happened while I was playing it. I played it as soon as it was in the AppStore so I missed the update. I see that the bird puzzle was addressed. That should improve things. The other puzzle that really hurt my brain was the feathers. I almost quit with that one. I believe that as it stands now it should have a skip button. Or it needs some kind of adjustment to make it more intuitive or somehow clearer as to how the mechanics work. I was only able to solve it after having help from three other people, and then I was able to help another gamer who was also on the verge of giving up. It was pretty confusing. The one other criticism I have is that it all takes place in one area. That's not a bad thing in itself, but after the first Panmorphia that had the pleasure of roaming all over the place and as different entities, too, this seemed a bit dull. I'm being pretty critical here. Overall let me be clear that this is a good game and definitely worth the $1.99.... just needs some polishing, imo.
It’s a strange game. The clues are bit nebulous, the puzzles are odd, the point is a little baffling. It just wasn’t very much fun though it seems there was a lot of effort put into its design and there are some very original components. It’s just weird.
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