Well, there was no way I could not play the sequel after the first game, was there? Especially since they’re both so cheap!
Isoland is, as expected, more of the same. A different island to the first game, but the story is linked. The main difference here, though, is there’s a time-travel element which affects some of the puzzles.
Other than that, it’s the usual Cottongame point and click stuff with tile-slidey/combination-findy puzzle elements. Also like the first game, you have to complete this twice, with extra and altered puzzles the second time, in order to get the true ending.
Hoping Isoland 3 comes Switchward now!