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Starlight 2 Controls

Starlight 2 is controlled by using the mouse. Move your mouse to rotate the stars until a picture forms. Click and drag to rotate the picture in Pro mode. Press the escape key to return to the main menu.

  • Rating: 4.67/5

  • Plays: 6155

Starlight 2 Walkthrough

Starlight 2 is the sequel to the visual puzzle game, Starlight. Starlight 2 features three new gameplay modes, eleven achievements, and an editor that lets you create and share your own levels!

The first gameplay mode featured in Starlight 2 is Classic mode. Classic mode plays just like Time Run mode from the first Starlight; move your mouse to form the object. There are ninety-five levels in Classic mode. The faster that you find the pictures in this mode of the puzzle game, the better your score will be. Should you decide to play user-created levels or to create your own, the levels will have gameplay similar to that of classic mode. To upload levels that you have created, you will have to have an Armor Games account.

The second mode of Starlight 2 is Quiz mode. In Quiz mode, you cannot rotate the stars as much as you can in Classic mode. Instead of forming a picture, you must guess the object that the formation of stars represents by clicking on one of the four choices at the bottom of the screen.

The final gameplay mode of this puzzle game is Pro mode. As its name implies, Pro mode is designed for professionals and is the hardest of the three modes. Click and drag the center of the stage to rotate the stars. Click and drag along the outside of the stage to rotate the picture until you have found the proper orientation. The stars and lines will begin to blink when you are close to finding the proper picture.

Starlight 2 is an excellent sequel to the puzzle game, Starlight, and offers much more in terms of gameplay compared to its predecessor. If it is too much to handle in one sitting, you will be relived to know that your progress is automatically saved in all three modes of gameplay and the data is retained between sessions so you can come back later and resume your game!