The iOS sequel to its 2014 puzzle game plays it safe and doesn't reinvent any wheels, but it's still a competent puzzle game that'll charm its way from your iDevice to your heart.
There are several moments of wonder here: a room full of windows and blinds that can be shuffled and adjusted to grow and shrink plants.
These, like everything else in Monument Valley 2, become essential to solve a string of puzzles, and the vivid plant life against the black room is a moment that's stayed with me.
So too did a scene where mother and daughter separate, with daughter departing on a sailboat, barely tall enough to see over the bow of the tiny vessel as it leaves the shore, and the mother, left behind.
The graphics here are more vibrant colours and less pastel, while the puzzles largely seem to lack the head-scratching frustration and following brute force attempts as you try to suss out the whole valley full of monuments, but it's still a game largely without surprises.
One aspect I was happy to be surprised by was the game's story.