Enter a dark, captivating world as the massive evil of Black Mirror Castle is reincarnated with over 100 atmospheric locations to explore and 40 different characters to interact with. Will Darren's search lead him to redemption or the hell of insanity?
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Críticas

“Overall, I found Black Mirror II to be a worthy successor to the original game, and one which I will no doubt replay many times in the future.”
A – GameBoomers

“If you haven't played a point-and-click, action adventure game in a while, Black Mirror II should be cause enough to bring you back to the old neighborhood.”
4.2/5 – Cheat Code Central

Acerca de este juego

When solitary Darren Michaels befriends the beautiful Angelina, he has no idea what the fates hold in store for him. The alluring Angelina has also attracted the eye of several others; and when she suddenly disappears, Darren finds himself questioning what has happened to her while he is haunted by a series of torturous and ever-intensifying nightmares. Darren's search for his missing friend and his own sanity take him on a chilling expedition from his small New England town to Willow Creek, England - and the reigning evil of Black Mirror Castle.

Enter a dark, captivating world as the massive evil of Black Mirror Castle is reincarnated with over 100 atmospheric locations to explore and 40 different characters to interact with. Will Darren's search lead him to redemption or the hell of insanity? The answers can only be found in the Black Mirror - for once you gaze into it, you won't be able to look away.

Features:


  • An epic story of evil told in six chapters
  • Atmospheric effects such as rain, fog, and storms
  • More than 40 characters and hundreds of realistic animations
  • Challenging puzzles and mini-games
  • Over 100 different locations, including a medieval underground temple, a mental hospital, and a cemetery

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows XP SP3
    • Procesador: 1.4 GHz Pentium IV or faster
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Gráficos: 128 MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Versión 9.0
    • Almacenamiento: 2 GB de espacio disponible
    • Tarjeta de sonido: DX9
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AuntyJulie
( 28.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 16 de mayo
I enjoyed Black Mirror 1 for the story and graphics, but not the voice overs or the characters. Black Mirror II took the best from Black Mirror 1 and added a new dimension to the game. It was interesting to see some of the characters and places from number 1 but adding in a more modern look really did the game justice. It was very well done, the characters, places, voice overs, graphics and music were all excellent. I also liked the fact that for those of us who get frustrated at a puzzle that, unable to complete, means that you can't see a game trhough to the end, there was a SKIP button! I have to say, for those who have not played the Black Mirror games before, although Black Mirror I was not as good as II, it is worth playing it first as the story is a continuation. I am now looking forward to playing Black Mirror III.....tomorrow!
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Dame Amethyst
( 11.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de mayo
This game didn't get good until Chapter III. The point of the game seemed to be the MaGuyver escapes everywhere the main character turned. I did like seeing things from the first game...in ruins. Hope the third one is better.
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wqsmiley
( 17.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de mayo
I think i liked the first one just a little bit better, but this was most definetly one of the most engaging game i've played in years. I'm sorry I didn't come back to point & click games earlier. It took me roughly 15 hours of gameplay to finish it. I'll install Black Mirror 3 and start clicking again in a few minutes :)
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Shyhalu
( 17.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 5 de mayo
Its a solid PnC adventure game, with only a few critical problems.


The character design, voice acting, cinematics, puzzles, mechanics, etc are well done....but the game suffers the black mirror syndrome....meaning that a large chunk of the game is bland/boring and mundane and has a pretty poorly done ending.

Its gets much better towards the latter half, pick up if you are going through the entire series.
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L0stLP
( 15.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de abril
On its own: A very modern version of a point-and-click/horror with quick time events that can kill you. As part of a series: a bunch of questionable decisions that could have easily been avoided with ONE PROPER, HONEST conversation, but NO, let me dig my own grave here, as it the only sensible thing to do.

Unlike the first one this game has some improvements, it makes you feel like you are the knight in shining armour, but there is a lot more beneath the surface. You can see the hotpots and skip the minigames if you choose. On the other hand the death scenarios have been changed to split second decisions, heck sometimes a few of them in a row. The main character feels to hip-and-cool and is also a huge skeptic and out of place.
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BatGirlJack
( 15.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 15 de marzo
There's really not much to say about this game. It's a solid, decent game with nothing outstanding in any way.

Like its predecessor, it's a very long, story based game, but features a more modern setting with an updated, unappreciated, sarcastic, Bostonian accented youth. There are hardly any mini-game puzzles, which is a shame because those that are there are really well designed and fun to play. Main character doesn't run, but most screens will let you jump to the next screen if you can click on an exit location. The notepad app was a great feature, providing totally clear instructions and accumulating hints if you get stuck and the hotspot screen is infinitely helpful when trying to find small items.

There are tons of bonus features I barely unlocked. So when playing, try to remember to take pictures of pretty much every character in the game.
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Calabera
( 35.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de febrero
Si jugaste a Black Mirror no te puedes perder la continuacion de la historia.
las voces estan en ingles, pero lo subtirulan muy bien y dandete tiempo para leer.
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spiritworld
( 17.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de febrero
You're Darren Michaels who suddendly finds himself mixed in cult conspiracy and curse of aristocratic Gordon family. It's recommended that you have played BM1 since story depends greatly on the past events. Story was compelling and all the time I wanted to find more about what was going on. Also most of the flaws in the first game are fixed. You can still die but thanks to autosave slot it's just mildy frustrating. I'm used to that too often main characters in p&c are ♥♥♥♥♥ing moaners, but in BM2 every second NPC is an a-hole without reason. Especially why customer servers are the most infuriating lowlifes and bimbos? Or maybe it's a hidden statement... from time to tome there's a statements along the Darren's monologs: for example about environment.

The praise:
-Great graphics and improved animations. Animations are extremely well done and smooth
-interesting story
-well written dialog, sometimes you even learn some historical etc. stuff from surroundings
-autosave
-long
-diary that tells you exactly what is your goal atm

The nagging:
-you can still die
-almost everyone's a difficult person
-Darrens voice is like some irritating teenager's
-when other npc are animating (not when idling, but walking or standing up), you'll have to wait
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Genevieve
( 17.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 31 de enero
I love the Black Mirror games. I played the original some time back, now just catching up on the sequels. Very atmospheric, great if you love exploring areas and solving puzzles without getting shot at by random creatures or people.
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ElLirogono
( 13.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de enero
This is a very good game, much better than the first part of the trilogy. I really liked the first two chapters, where you are slowly getting into the game by 'living' the main character rather instead of clicking on everything on the screen. You solve puzzles without even noticing they are puzzles. These are just things to do.
As the game progresses and the plot thickens the game changes into a more classic point&click adventures with symbol-searching puzzles, music puzzle, collecting elements puzzles, make your escape puzzles and so on. Thanks to the ability to highlight interactive points the game does not transform into a pixel hunt.
The story is really good, even if the twists are more or less predictable. It's nice to see some locations and characters from the Black Mirror I.
Animation of characters while interacting with environmnet is clumsy. I also did not like the few real-time action situations - they were unnatural, and a bit incoherent (going into action mode in some cases meant you will die after 2 seconds if you don't do anything; in other you could run forever in a room without any progress of the situation). Some of the character's reactions were not credible, as were the dialogue lines (something between implausible rudeness and Asperger's honesty in interactions with other people).
Graphics were quite ok, music was standing out too much - in such games/movies you should not really notice it to get more immersed in the atmosphere.
Overall a very good adventure game. To be played after the first part of the trilogy, if you want the full experience.
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Publicado el 19 de enero
Segunda parte de esta gran trilogía que aún no llegando al nivel argumentativo de la primera sigue ofreciendo niveles muy altos de calidad.

En esta ocasión controlaremos a un personaje llamado Darren Michaels y sin saber muy bien por qué iniciaremos esta aventura en Maine cuando va a pasar las vacaciones a casa de su madre. Posteriormente, el juego nos irá descubriendo lentamente quién es este personaje y el por qué de su importancia en Black Mirror.

La historia nos situa 12 años después de lo acontencido en la primera aventura, en 1993, y, como he comentado anteriormente, el juego sigue ofreciendo altos niveles de interés en lo que a su argumentación se refiere. Sin embargo, mientras que en el primero nos encontrábamos con un argumento puramente británico con su flema y sus formas puramente inglesas, en esta ocasión, el modo de presentarnos la historia y los acontecimientos que se suceden es ciertamente más comercial, mucho más tipo pelicula americana.

Además hay un hecho fundamental que le resta cierta calidad al título, y no es otra que su personaje principal. Si bien Samuel Gordon no era la persona más carismática del mundo, se le podía perdonar por el hecho de ser inglés, en un mundo de la aristocracia inglesa, con sus reglas y su seriedad extrema.

Sin embargo, Darren Michaels es un personaje al que particularmente le he cogido algo de asco durante el juego. Es un joven de 23 años cuyo cinismo es simplemente repulsivo. Es un tipo que cree que sabe de todo y que está de vuelta de todo en la vida. Siempre hace bromas sin gracia y siempre tiene que hacer algún comentario totalmente fuera de lugar en cualquier situación que se le presente. Sin lugar a dudas, el personaje principal es lo peor del juego con diferencia.

Quitando al melón del protagonista, el resto del juego ofrece una gran calidad. Tanto en su argumentación, como en sus gráficos que son de gran calidad en algunos momentos, y en sus puzles. Black Mirror II es menos complejo que su primera parte, pero también encontraremos ciertos acertijos, sobre todo al final de la aventura, que nos harán sudar lo suyo. El juego tiene la gran virtud de ofrecer retos sin llevar al jugador a soluciones desesperadas o absurdas. Todos los puzles tienen una resolución bastante lógica.

En definitiva, Black Mirror II, aún con un personaje principal simplemente odioso, es una gran continuación de la primera parte. Si disfrutaste de la primera parte de esta apasionante trilogía, no dejes escapar la oportunidad de disfrutar de esta segunda parte. Seguro que no te arrepientes.
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17.7 h registradas
Publicado el 17 de diciembre de 2015
Continuación directa de black mirror que narra la historia de esta macabra familia.

Black mirror 2 continua el estilo del primero, con un lavado de cara graficamente bastante decente y con el mismo estilo point and click basado en ciertos acertijos (más sencillos que el uno, la verdad) y en mezclar ciertos artículos del inventario para salir de situaciones embarazosas.

El argumento al principio desentona un poco, y te encuentras con algo que no sabes muy bien por donde cogerlo, porque la historia parece totalmente ajena a la primera parte, pero poco a poco empiezas a descubrir cosas y solo cuando llegas al castillo te das cuenta que las cosas empiezan a enlazar, y bastante bien, la verdad.
La historia es lúgubre y bastante conseguida y te engancha, que es lo que tiene que hacer todo juego.

Al final resulta una muy buena aventura que enlaza con la primera parte de manera sorprendente, con un final que deja más preguntas y un poco brusco a mi parecer, pero que dan ganas de seguir y terminar la trilogía.

Como aventura gráfica la recomiendo, eso si, habiéndose pasado el primero, ya que asi te enteraras mejor de todo lo que te encontrarás a partir de la mitad del juego, y según tengo entendido la tercera es una continuación directa del segundo, por lo que ya que estoy terminaré la trílogía y lo valoraré en conjunto.

7/10
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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13.9 h registradas
Publicado el 4 de marzo de 2015
Poco tiempo después de acabar "Black Mirror" regreso para pasarme "Black Mirror II" y las sensaciones son las mismas: trama trillada hasta la saciedad (castillos, maldiciones, antepasados misteriosos...). Según avanza la trama voy jugando escenas que me suenan de algo aunque no haya jugado nunca al juego. Que si "necesitan la sangre de alguien de mi familia y no es precisamente para hacer sangre encebollada" o que "mi antepasado escondía un gran secreto, y no era un tercer pezón". Son corta y pegas de otras tramas. Un popurrí de "brokenwords" y juegos similares.
Tengo que decir que la falta de originalidad es un punto en contra, pero en mi valoración no tendrá más peso del necesario, porque a mí, lo que me gusta, es resolver puzzles. Que la trama esté vista me la suda un poco.
La dificultad es bastante fácil y es raro que te acabes quedando atascado haciendo clic en cada uno de los píxeles y mezclando todos los objetos con todas las cosas del escenario. Es más fácil que el primero.
En cuanto a gráficos, pues que están bastante bien. Tanto escenarios, como personajes y animaciones entre escenas están bastante bien conseguidas... menos al final.
Sí, damas y caballeros. El momento más malo del juego viene al final en tres estúpidas fases:

- Resolución de un puzzle absurdo en el que, ojo, SPOILER: venceremos a "los malos" en una trampa que ellos mismos verán funcionar un momento antes.
- Animación muy por debajo de la calidad de las anteriores donde aparece una animación de fuego que da vergüenza ajena.
- Final precipitado del juego tras la corta animación, que te quedas con cara de ¿Ya está?.

Tras ponerlo a parir un poco, el juego es pasable. Lo he desinstalado y estoy convencido que jamás lo volveré a instalar y jugar porque no tiene nada más que ofrecer.

Parece mentira que con tanta cosa negativa lo hayas votado positivo. Después de tantísimas aventuras gráficas es un poco difícil que una me sorprenda. Si a ti te ocurre lo mismo, ten por seguro que "Black Mirror II" no lo va a hacer.
¿Qué es lo mejor que tiene el juego? Los escenarios. Están muy chulos.
¿Y lo peor? Que si en vez de aventura gráfica fuera una película, sería un truño de los que emiten los sábados por la tarde con los actores de Melrose Place venidos a menos.
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0.7 h registradas
Publicado el 30 de abril de 2014
Esta totalmente en ingles, por lo que a los que no sepan demasiado ingles les sera imposible jugar, ademas se asemeja al movimiento de los Sims ya que no es de movimiento libre si no vas clicano donde quieres ir. Por no hablar de la camara de vision, ni en primera ni en segunda ni en terera ¡En cuarto! no recoomiendo este juego si tienes 9,99 euros mejor te compras el arma 2 o el compan of heroes.
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A 22 de 22 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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20.2 h registradas
Publicado el 27 de septiembre de 2014
Worth the money, in my opinion.

Positives:
+ Interesting, deep storyline.
+ Many puzzles and lots of interaction, which provide a good challenge.
+ An amusing, entertaining protagonist. I really got into the character whilst playing this game.
+ Voice acting is not dull, and actually pretty good.
+ Character can die, making it different from most point and click games. Remember to save your progress. I think this is a positive personally.
+ You can tell a lot of work has gone into this game, and it shows in the quality.

Negatives:
- As point and click as it gets. If you don't like point and click games, you should probably step away from this. If you're not sure if you like them or not, then I still think this is a worthwhile and fun purchase.
- Although the tabs state that this is a 'horror', it isn't really. More of a mystery, without the typical detective characters.
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Publicado el 12 de octubre de 2015
Black Mirror 2
Rating: 8/10
Overview: Traditional Point and Click Adventure Game

The Good:

+ Rich detailed graphics with a variety of different options

+ Hotspot indicator showcasing which areas on screen can be interacted with. A feature that should be mandatory for any point and click adventure game. This feature alone eliminates a lot of frustration

+ Scroll through your inventory using your middle mouse wheel makes it very easy to see which inventory items work with different hotspot areas within each location.

+ The traditional point and click puzzles are really well done if not a bit on the easy side but fit nicely with the overall theme of the game.

+ Revisiting old locations from the first Black Mirror 1 is really cool, even better is that you see these locations from a different camera angle which offers a fresh new perspective on something familiar.

+Soundtrack


The Average:

You really need to play Black Mirror 1 to appreciate this game. Although it is by no means a requirement to play this game, it becomes harder to care about the story or characters if you never played the first. The game starts off fairly slow and takes a long while to pick up and get going but it gets more and more interesting the more you play.


Certain static puzzles (slider puzzles, combination lock puzzles etc) could have used better clues to solve them. This only become a problem near the end of the game.


The Bad:

I hated the main character. I hated his accent, I hated the way he looks, I hated the way he spoke to other characters, I hated everything about him. Luckily I could skip his dialogue which helped me immensely.

Sadly I experienced hard freezes in the early parts of the game. Nothing but a hard reset from my computer would fix the problem. It got so bad that I was thinking of quitting the game all together. Luckily it was only happening in the beginning of the game and I was able to get through it.

Conclusion:

I gave the first Black Mirror a negative review, this game however fixes a lot of the problems I had with the first game and is a MUCH better experience overall. This turned out to be a very good game the more I played it and was pleasantly surprised how engrossing the story became the further I went along given the slow start. I don't think I would have appreciated the game had I not played the first but sometimes you have to tolerate the bad before you get to the good.
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18.0 h registradas
Publicado el 24 de agosto de 2014
Great followup to the first Black Mirror which had some serious flaws. It stays true to the original story (the only good part of first game IMO) and expands upon it in an interesting way. Good graphics, really nice enviroments, great adaptive music and overall good voice overs (way better than the first game).

I've played through quite alot of adventure games and I would rank this one in the top 5.

Now I'm off to see if the third game can top it!
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12.6 h registradas
Publicado el 19 de abril de 2014
After absolutely HATING the first game (mostly due to it's thoroughly unlikable and horribly acted protagonist) I pretty much ignored the second game in the series. I'm glad I finally gave it a chance when it came to Steam though, as it felt like a VAST improvement.

A MUCH more likable protagonist, a better paced story which still manages to be mostly ambiguous as to whether there's anything supernatural going on or not, more logical puzzles...there's a lot here which is much improved over the first game. It's a good length too but the variety of locations with a minimum of backtracking helps keep it interesting.

The voice acting is still mostly terrible, but that's pretty much to be expected of adventure games of it's time. It also has possibly one of the most ridiculously abrupt cliffhanger endings I've seen (from what I gather it runs directly into the third and final game) but overall...yeah. I liked it.

Four cases of hereditary brain-madness out of five.
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13.1 h registradas
Publicado el 17 de abril de 2014
Engaging storyline with some nice twist and turns. It is not so much of a "horror" game but has plenty of dark themes, creepy atmosphere and haunting music. The protagonist is a bit of an irritating brat at the start, but he slowly becomes more sympathetic to other people and thus more relatable at the end. Speaking of the ending, it is more of a "buy the third game to find out what happened!" type of cliffhanger, so be warned.
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A 9 de 9 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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21.7 h registradas
Publicado el 5 de mayo de 2014
A fun and enjoyable Point and Click game with interesting locations and characters with a very dark storyline - a welcome change from the usual light hearted competition. A few scares here and there, but nothing which you will lose any sleep over.

Yes , as mentioned elsewhere, the main character comes across a bit like a spoilt brat at first but his dry sense of humour soon becomes quite amusing to listen to.

Solid graphics with a mix of prerendered scenes and hand painted artwork this game was a pleasure to admire.
It also features a "Show items" hotkey similar to Secret Files which you may love or hate - I find it a very useful feature as well as the option for hints should you find yourself stuck.

Overall a very worthwhile Point and Click adventure which I look forward to replaying in the coming years.
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