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!
This is a room escape type of game, set in the universe of Panmorphia, where you manipulate the four elements!
• 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.
- Our new game, Kosmonavtes: Academy Escape, is now out!
- New Appstore requirements.
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!
Part of why I really enjoyed the first panmorphia was because it was such a huge world, and you got to explore it through the eyes of different animals, which is SUCH a cool concept! They didn’t use that concept at all in this one. You have one point of view, and only four screens (five if you include the underwater screen, which I dont, since it’s just a picture of a flat cave wall and a flashlight effect). I don’t know what happened here. The music and art are still top notch, but the gameplay, concept, creativity and story are barely enough to make a satisfactory demo, let alone a full game. I can see in the credits that it’s dedicated to a Mr Freddie Kittens (which is a fantastic name, I hope he is doing well), and that’s great, but I think if you had advertised this as a small dedication game based in the panmorphia universe, instead of the sequel to Panmorphia, people would be a lot less disappointed.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your feedback. It is mentioned it’s a room escape type of game set in the same universe in the description. Panmorphia #3 will be a full world again. Mr Freddie Kittens unfortunately passed away before the game came out, that’s why it was dedicated to him.
I’m ten and played this with my dad and thought it was very fun. It was challenging. Some of the clues were hid too well and we didn’t find them till after the puzzle . But it was a great challenge.
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