3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage3080 Plays
3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage Instructions
3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage is controlled by using the mouse and the keyboard. Click and drag to draw across the cube and link like-colored markers. Press the control key while clicking to clear cells. Use the mouse wheel to toggle between unconnected colors. The cube rotates as you move your mouse, but the cube can be frozen in place by holding the spacebar.
3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage
3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage Walkthrough
3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage is the sequel to the brain game, 3D Logic. 3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage features superior graphics to its predecessor, a storyline that moves the gameplay along, and thirty new puzzles that will test your logic and spatial-visualization skills!
If you are used to the first 3D Logic, you will not have much to learn in 3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage. The objective in this puzzle game is to once again connect like-colored markers on the surface of the cube. A storyline moves the game along, but is not really important to the progress of the game and can be turned off by selecting the option in the main menu. Your progress is automatically saved, so you can return to the last level that you were playing by clicking "Continue" on the main menu. This brain game uses the same saving system that it predecessor did, so if you select to play a new game, all progress from your previous game will be lost.
There is a greater number of controls to learn in 3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage than there were in the first 3D Logic. The basic controls of the first game, clicking and dragging to connect like-colored markers, are still present. If you want to clear squares, hold the control key while clicking. Moving the mouse causes the cube to rotate. If this is annoying or prevents you from accomplishing your task, you may hold the spacebar to prevent the cube from rotating. Finally, you can use the mouse wheel to toggle between unselected colors. The new controls are not necessary to use in this brain game, but they make gameplay easier.
The thirty puzzles featured in 3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage are less complex than those featured in the first 3D Logic (at least in the beginning), making this puzzle game more accessible to casual gamers. You will still have to utilize logic and visual-spatial abilities to complete this brain game. In this iteration of the brain game, your progress is timed, but levels still do not have time limits. Be patient and use logic to figure out solutions to each puzzle, but you may wish to time yourself if you want to attempt a speed run.
3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage is an excellent puzzle game that is more accessible than its forerunner. If you enjoyed the first 3D Logic, or liked the concept but found it to be too difficult, then give 3D Logic II: Stronghold of Sage a try.