Heileen soon discovers a deck of tarot cards representative of the seven deadly sins and the seven heavenly virtues. The cards have the power to change both her dreams and her reality, and will help Heileen discover many hidden things from her past, and ultimately what she wants to be? A saint, or a sinner?
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Mixed (31 reviews) - 54% of the 31 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Dec 12, 2009

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About This Game

The game picks up directly after the end of the first game taking place on a mysterious Caribbean island where Heileen was shipwrecked with her friends.

Heileen soon discovers a deck of tarot cards representative of the seven deadly sins and the seven heavenly virtues. The cards have the power to change both her dreams and her reality, and will help Heileen discover many hidden things from her past, and ultimately what she wants to be? A saint, or a sinner?

The game features 15 unique endings and an enhanced version of the original quest system in Heileen with 20 quests.

Try to solve them all to get the maximum score!

  • Lots of unique characters to interact with and fifteen different endings!
  • Quest system: get points when you discover new quests and when you solve them
  • The seven virtues and sins: what you will become: a Saint or a Sinner?
  • Discover many hidden things from Heileen's past!
  • High replayability plot with multiple branching points

If you missed the first episode, get Heileen 1: Sail Away here!

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 1Ghz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX or OpenGL compatible card
    • Storage: 40 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Mac OS 10.4
    • Processor: 1Ghz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    Minimum:
    • Processor: 1 Ghz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
Helpful customer reviews
16 of 17 people (94%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
10.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 9, 2015
Come on Heileen...2 Electric Boogaloo

Ok, I won't reference that song. What I will say is that this is a bad game. That make you question why I recommended this game and I did for the simple fact that it was fun. The storyline is poop, the game play is dull and there is no romance endings at all save for one. It's a completely different game from the first installment in the series. However, I had fun and took quite a bit of screen shots because some of the dialogue was just so out there. It made me laugh.

If you've played Heileen 1: Sail Away then you'll know what there was a ship wreck at the end. This game makes all the endings in that game null and void as you are left alone with Robert, Ebele and Black. You're with them, alone for 75% of the game. All you do is wander the island, it's insanely dull. I went for the Kindness ending first since it took a bit of work to get it right, after that I gone through about half of the text so the next play through I could skip a lot, which made things better.

There are fifteen endings in the game; seven are virtues, seven are sins and one is where you just do nothing at all. There is no need for so many endings, most of them are barely different at all. The story at its core is about you and your friends traveling across the island to find help and then trying to get the pirates to aid you, that's it. Everything else is fluff and it drags out the game insanely.

Part of the fluff involves dreaming. Using the tarot cards Heileen has found she can dream and her actions in the dreams effect the real world. It's also the only place where Heileen can understand Black the cat talking, who by the way is the smartest character in the game. However, most of the dreams don't matter. There a few that drastically direct the flow of the game but most just affect your interactions with Robert and Ebele, which don't matter unless you want the Kindness ending.

Aside from your friends and the pirates you only ever interact with people in your dreams. Some are actual memories, some not so much. As such the characters in the dreams barely matter. Lora still acts like Lora, a kind but flirty seductress. Otto is still your gruff uncle, Marie is still your poor but lively best friend and John is still a jerk. You also meet Marcus, a childhood friend and Magdalena another friend, as well learn about what happened to your parents via the dreams. The dreams are helpful for completing quests, which also have no bearing on what ending you get aside from Kindness and two that deal with the pirates.

I have to spend a special moment to discuss the voice acting. When I played the first Heileen game I mused to myself how it would be nice if there was voice acting in this. This game has since made me retract that idea. The voice acting in this game is horrible, utterly horrible. Only three of the voice actors seemed to have any skills though one couldn't really make her voice different for the three characters she played. John/Jonathon's voice is horrible, which I hate to say because I know the person. Marie can't figure out if she has an Irish accent or not, Adam/Elias/Marco are voice by someone with a bad microphone and Ebele and Robert have a stereotypical "savage" accent. For any good that a couple of VAs did, everyone else dragged the game down. I recommend you play with this feature off.

Overall, bad game. But if you played the first one and are invested in the series then grab this on sale. Especially if you're in the mood for a good laugh.

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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 12
This second part of the Heileen series feature a female protagonist Heileen who is shipwrecked on an island with two of her ship's passengers Ebele and Robert which her uncle and aunt brought along on the trip to the New World. While on the island, Heileen will interact with Ebele and Robert, a mysterious set of cards that feature seven different virtues and sins and reveal more on Heileen's past as well as with the characters featured in the first part of the series and possibly with Morgan and Juliet after leaving the island. Achievements involve reaching a different ending in the island or out of the island with a band of pirates. The game has plenty of save slots to enable quicker replays to reach a different ending and the option to skip and fast-forward already read sections.

Soundtracks and overall game presentation are decent. Also recommended when game is at discount or in a bundle offer as all endings can be reached and game can be completed in less than 10 hours.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 22, 2015
Heileen washed up on a desert island with Robert and Ebele.
The game focuses on the relationship between the 3 and on the influence of cards. You’ll be able to either miss to signal to a ship or not and have a surprise of what kind of people they are.
Heileen discovers a tarot of cards. Each time you choose a virtue or a sin attitude in a dream, it will have consequences in the real world (bring you something useful, feel uneasy…). You have an ending to each virtue and sin.
You’ll find indigenous inhabitants and a funny way of getting out from them.
You’ll learn much more about Heileen and Marie’s childhood, how they met Marcus, who’s one of the characters as an adult!

From one side I found Ebele extremely jealous with Robert, but on the other side she seems to seduce Heileen. I loved Black the cat’s voice with an Italian accent. Robert’s voice is so deep.

Splendid artworks of the characters will provide cool screenshots.

It’s worthy to play to see how choices influence the unfolding of the story, which result is given according to your score and have a bit of morale lessons.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 18
i found the voices of most of the toons irritating. the cards were also badly implemented in my opinion. i mean you do a card then you get the item after the dream. it just makes it just dumb. oh look a rope now i have one in real life. the voices of ebele and robert were fine. they were done just right. but the story is all over the place. i couldn't be bothered to get the rest of the endings. there is 13 total.
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12 of 24 people (50%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 19, 2015
This is embarrassing
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