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?
User reviews: Very Positive (69 reviews) - 85% of the 69 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Feb 8, 2011

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“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

About This Game

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.


  • 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

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: 1.4 GHz Pentium IV or faster
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 128 MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DX9
Helpful customer reviews
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
17.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
This game is rather an excelent follow-up from part 1, lots of minor issues were adressed and the game is a real pleasure to play. The plot is good, the scenery is excelent and the voice action was much improved over that of part 1 (voice acting was the greatest flaw in part 1, at least thats my 2 cents). This game has some decent playing hours in them and I can certainly recommend this game for everyone who likes ncie puzzles and enjoys very well drawn sceneries.

I am very looking forward to playing part 3!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.4 hrs on record
Posted: June 2
Sequel to the first Black Mirror this one starts a bit off and takes a while before getting you in on the action. It seemed much easier than the first but all the while intriguing! Graphics are very nicely designed and the engine is completely different from its predecessor.

You play as a young physics student who falls a chain of events to uncover an unsettling secret about his family's past.

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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 2
This is the second game in a trilogy which utterly essential if you love point 'n 'click games. I would go so far as to say, story wise I prefer Black Mirror to even the mighty Broken Sword; it's a very beautiful game to look at, and very clever. It feels as though it had mighty production values, which is probably a result of the above average artwork and score.

In my review of Black Mirror, I recommended beginning the trilogy by playing the games out of their chronological order, on the basis that two II and III are a batter introduction to the overall story, and tonally different enough to the first that if you played part one and didn't enjoy it, you would be making a mistake not playing the sequels. it is difficult to stand by this decision having played through all three games recently, as there are a number of recurring characters and locations you will appreciate more having played the first game, but utimately I stand by my comments.

Black Mirror II introduces us to a new protagonist, Darren Michaels (significantly more relatable and contemporary than Samuel), and begins in the good ole' US of A. The backdrops are drawn beautifully, and the characters all come to life in their own little ways, in a far supoerior manner to the first game. The locations are rematkably rich and detailed, and it isn't long before things begin to get a little strange. There are hints of sinister goings on in Fuller's store (Fuller being Darren's incredibly seedy boss) and before you know it; the infamous Willow Creek and Black MIrror castle finds it's way into the story, and it's here that the game really comes into it's own.

How the game references the first, is an absolute work of genius. From Gordon's Palace (a refurbished mental asylum referenced much and visited in the first game) to the museum depicting the terrible murders which took place some twelve years prior, the Black Mirror games represent a complete and well woven story, which truly feels like a meticulously planned trilogy, from beginning to end. Locations from the former game are revisited to marvellously satisfying effect. We meet old faces again, and all the while the game manages to maintain a tone of mystery and unease, drawing you into the sleepy yet sinister little town of WIllow Creek.

It is diffuclt to review the game without giving too much away, and it's worth playing knowing as little about the story as possible. There are, however, some cons to BMII, chiefly:

- The voice acting. Some of the characters are just awfule for some reason, Tom inparticular. How they managed to do such a bad job of his accent is truly a thing to behold.
- The final section of the game goes a bit puzzle crazy. At the one time you want nothing more than to move the story forward, you're hammered with contrived puzzles left right and centre, and frankly it all get s abit much
- The BM games are famously dialogue heavy. This one isn't as bad as the first, but by god some charaters do like to yappity yap.

Heartily recommended overall though. There aren't many games like this out there, and if you can put up with a coupe of dodgy accents and a whole lot of chatter, it's an experience you will never forget.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
17.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 12
A while ago i wrote a negative review of the first part Black mirror. But this (second part of trilogy) is different. Another team of developers worked on that part and i want to tell you about it, because they continued a good story from first part and did pretty good correction work, which led too edition of great quest.

At first, there is diary, where Darren will write all key moments and achievements. It means, that after a long break you can read notes in diary and refresh your memory. It is really helpful and you shouldnt watch in solution, when you lost lane, because you cant remember where you stopped or just missed some little item/dialogue.

At second, dialogues there are good and post scoring much more lively, then in first part. Plus, I liked, that there I interacted not only with residents of the village, but also with urban people and you can notice that contrast.
Graphics. There is striking difference. Locations, where developers wants startle us looks really creepy, unlike in first part, where that scenes looks like cheap trash.

Gameplay is mostly tied to combining items in your inventory. There is almost no poor puzzles like barley-break, if they are - you can solve it just in 7-10 minuts. But working with your inventory was really interesting and hard sometimes.

So, I guess, its all, I just wanted to say, that if you didnt like first part of Black mirror, and therefore you dont want to play second and third part, in my opinion, you MUST, if you enjoy quest-genre. Unlike first part, it is very good quest with beautiful world and nice tasks.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
12.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 23
Excellent !!
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