Summary: Some of the games were challenging in Touchmaster 2 like some of the brain games and the photographic image games like the seek and find one and Find the image one. The other games were ok, some were boring. I had more fun with Touchmaster 3 and I do recommend the 3rd one.
Summary: A bit of a disappointment in the 'just as fun' department. It seems to be suffering from the 'sequel syndrome'. There are some fun games, yes... but no where near the number of interesting games as on the original Touchmaster. Then again, as with most games, it may just be more a matter of personal preference.
Summary: When deciding on purchasing this game, consider that this is a bundle of many types of games, then decide if it wouldn't be better to find a game that is completely themed towards a strategy you like... For example; In Touchmaster2 there is a game where you find things. If this appeals to you then I suggest MillionHeir. If you like racing games, then I suggest buying a total racing game. If you like card games, then buy Clubhouse Games.
Summary: I was greatly anticipating the release of Touchmaster 2. However, I admit to being a little disappointed. The only really great game I play over and over again is Dice King. The others are just okay...nothing special.
Summary: I was super excited about this game because I loved the first Touchmaster - the quirky DS hit from last year that was made up of those addictive touch screen games you see at your local bar. So I pre-ordered this game. Unfortunately, this sequel seems to get some things right while getting other things wrong. While there are new games and features I do enjoy, I however can't help but think that this collection could've been developed better.