The future of Grisly Manor lies in its past!
Greedy developers BUYCO want to build their next MegaMart superstore on the site of Grandpa’s newly renovated Grisly Manor!
To stop them from demolishing his home, Grandpa just needs to prove he owns the land - but this is where it gets tricky...
Being the scatterbrained inventor you know and love, the last place Grandpa remembers seeing the deed was in the old manor - back in 1999!
Explore the new house, help Grandpa repair his time machine, and travel back to the original Grisly Manor - before all of its secrets and memories are swept away forever!
You must Return to Grisly Manor and save its future!
• Beautiful hand-painted graphics that draw you into this mesmerizing adventure!
• Lots of items to collect and puzzles to solve!
• Original soundtrack and sound effects!
• A journal that keeps track of all the symbols and clues that you encounter.
• A dynamic map that shows all of the areas you have explored, as well as your current location.
• A complete hint system built right into the game.
Ratings and Reviews
Better than the original
I am a fan of the Fire Maple games. Grisly Manor 2 benefits from the forethought that went into making the puzzles fit in with the story, which are much more involved and thought-provoking than in the original. The puzzles themselves are at a medium level of difficulty; just hard enough to make you think, but far from exasperating. I also appreciate how the developers spent time creating clever, organic puzzles that avoid employing the lazy tropes (slider puzzles, combination lock puzzles, tiny hidden objects, finding/using items that make no sense in the story/environment) that many of the games in the genre fall back on. I also like how the game revisits the original Grisly Manor story, but expands on it significantly, avoiding redundancy.
This game, like all of Fire Maple’s games, is a welcome relief from the gloomy, creepy settings and atmosphere in most of the games in this genre. The music is pleasant, the sense of humor is quirky and pervasive, and the visuals are colorful, which makes for a stress-free, family-friendly, puzzle-solving experience. The journal and the map are useful features, as well.
Overall, this is a nice, calm way to spend a few hours, and scratch that puzzling itch.
The best out there!
First of all, I'm a free game person all the way. So the fact that I gladly pay for these games says something. I am also a person who plays a game once and then deletes it from my phone. I have played the three previous point and click story games that fire maple has come out with multiple times.
That said, this new game has outdone itself. You have all the classic puzzles, but they are even more cleverly set up. The game is challenging, but not frustrating. And once you have paid for the game, you aren't bombarded with adds or requested to pay for hints. The story is great and best of all... fun! I highly recommend this! Now, can your other two stories get sequels...?
Back in the early 2010s, my mom bought The Secret of Grisly Manor on our family iPad and it was probably our favorite game to play! We replayed it at least 5 times. A few years later we found out about the second one, and I’m sure we’ve replayed it at least 5 times as well. We lost the original account but I decided to re-buy the games just for the nostalgia. Just as fun as a decade ago! The attention to detail in this series is amazing, such as during the time travel sequence when the year always matches the current one. I’d recommend this game (and the original) to anyone of any age.
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- Joe Kauffman
- 170.2 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian Bokmål, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish
- Age Rating
- © Fire Maple Games
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.