7 Wonders instantly transports you back in time to far away lands to complete an unbelievable mission: building the 7 Wonders. This new adventure introduces you to forgotten, yet magnificent structures such as Stonehenge and the Taj Mahal. You'll be dazzled with incredible new power-ups and bonuses and intrigued as you receive pieces of a hidden map, which ultimately uncovers a secret route leading to a wondrous sight that only the best get to see.
It's extremely hard to trump a game designer's concept when it did so well for its intended genre. For instance, developers have been releasing Tetris games for years, though very few have managed to come close to Alexei Pajitnov's original (though, to be fair, we do like the multiplayer-oriented PlayStation Network edition). Likewise, everyone that has tried to copy PopCap Games' Bejeweled has come up short in one degree or another. And that's the case with MumboJumbo's 7 Wonders II, which simply doesn't offer anything genuinely unique. That doesn't mean it isn't enjoyable though.The game takes you on a world tour of sorts, visiting landmarks from such places as England and Italy. When you arrive in each stage, it's your job to match up three or more gems in order to place white rune... Read Review