Conclusion: What Fishdom 2 lacks in originality it makes up for with sheer quality. The match-three gameplay is finely tuned and addictive, the aquarium decorating is a fun diversion, and the production values are top notch. There's even a simple hidden object game thrown in for good measure. And when you couple this with the incredible amount of content on offer, Fishdom 2 should please even the biggest puzzle addicts. Disclosure: A review copy was provided by the publisher.
Summary: What this sequel lacks in originality it makes up for with artistic verve.
Pros: Excellent audio and visual design. Familiar objectives and intuitive interface. Creating scenes in themed tanks is fun. Lots of extras, including screensavers, desktop art, and access to the game’s great soundtrack.
Cons: Little innovation. Not much in the way of a narrative.