Sequel to Chains of Satinav. I didn't love either of these two games but they were decent - I did prefer CoS to Memoria. Nuri was not even really in this game at all, instead you switch back and forth between Geron and a new character who has no relation at all to either Geron or Nuri. In fact, it was quite random how the storylines connected and frankly, was a bit forced. I wish they had done another story with Geron and Nuri as the main characters again, but oh well!
The puzzles are really simple. There are a few tricky ones, but nothing crazy. Also you have an incredible maze to look forward to.... I know, you're excited. Everyone loves a good maze, right? Daedelic is nice though and they do give you the option to skip it. And, hey, why not? No one is looking, just skip it! You know you want to! I mean, personally, and this is just me, I would never skip a maze. NEVER!!!! But you can, if you want. Just throwing it out there! Or you can be like me, and just power through that maze. Drop some berries, keep walking, drop some more berries, walk some more, drop some more, walk some more, drop some more, walk some more, drop some more, walk some more, get some different colored berries, drop those, walk some more. I mean really - who would want to skip something like that? I had the time of my life in that godforsaken - I mean.... wonderful, lovely, enchanting forest.
To sum it up: I do not highly recommend this game. I found the storyline and the new character to be pretty boring and the puzzles weren't enough to compensate for it. I would suggest skipping this series unless you are a hardcore adventure gamer like myself or maybe if you are really into... art? The visuals in this game are pretty incredible! Gorgeous, even!
Final note for those of us with ... elderly computers: This game crashed a bajillion times on me, hence my 18+ hours of played time! It was incredibly, incredibly frustrating. So, I do recommend that you meet those minimum requirements, people! There is a reason for them! Haha. :) Otherwise, save often. Actually, save often anyway. It's an adventure game, it's what you do!