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Rating: 4.1/5 (51 votes)
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MikeSubtle Energy 2Get out your exercise mats and incense sticks, fellow yogis: It's Subtle Energy 2! Like it's predecessor, this sequel is an Auditorium-like puzzle game, where you direct streams of colored particles from lotus flowers to colored chakras, achieving totally zen-eriffic enlightenment on the way. Drag eyepieces and portals to the screen to redirect streams, and change colors by either blending streams in eyepieces, or bouncing them off of colored walls. Press play to energize your setup, and make sure your chakras get just the right amount of their color, lest they either blink out from spiritual starvation, or explode from too many positive vibes. Apart from an updated presentation, Subtle Energy 2 isn't much different from the original, which is just fine if you want more of the same flavor of zen puzzling. It's quick, and perhaps a little easy, but it sure is relaxing to watch colored pixels flow across the screen. Ahhh...colored pixels.

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wildflower12 January 28, 2012 3:06 PM

I like that you can see the old paths and move the objects to a better configuration. Not a novel game, but nice game play.

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Nice little game, the level editor proves entertaining to make mind bending levels in. Shame the "save" function makes them automatically available to all, in trying it out I accidentally saved one that's unbeatable!

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I am stuck on level 21. Can anyone give me a hint to help me out?

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Thanks, got it with the hint. :)

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