Nightmare Realm Collectors Edition

Journey into the mysterious Nightmare Realm and save Emily from an imaginary world that has been taken over by darkness! Explore gorgeous Hidden Object scenes and find helpful items to use as you battle a mysterious creature. Solve perplexing puzzles to unravel a mystery and help Emily escape before time runs out in Nightmare Realm! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

MAP: Informative about where actions are available, but not a jump map. The tweaks to the puzzles to make them just a bit different. Especially to new players! They were great though, different; a good challenge. Not much to see or hear in regards to the characters, But then, Timmy's dream required a certain quietness and solitude. You WILL get sucked in! I thought it was enjoyable and flowed well--overall a really nice game. The main game in hard mode is about 3 hours. The Mini Games range from easy to medium difficulty, so far nothing really frustrating offered. I thought that I had finished several times only to find more to do. The puzzles are easy but still the game takes you in and you dont mind it. I was very intrigued with this dare Timmy got himself into and was hoping to discover his reward, if he conquered the challenge. However, it is beautifully artistic.

However, it is beautifully artistic. An indication that I really enjoyed this game. One that was solved by using lines from a poem I found particularly fun - but still very easy. The Hidden Object Scenes are far and few between, and consist of Multiple finds, one of which allows you to earn several achievements there are Keywords in Sentence finds and Listed items as well, and in this CE version, each HOP has a Morphing Object to find. Now, I'm going back to play the first Nightmare Realm, then play this one again! Game took a little over 3 hours. Great series Two things I noticed playing it the second time Wish the bonus content had been developed into the main game and vice versa. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bloom2diaspro from WOW!!! The emphasis on story line until the very end reminded me more of an old style adventure game with a sprinkling of mini-games and HOS for good measure. As the game neared the end the designers kept the fun going and did not just call in the final scenes by having the player laboriously schlepping from one HOS to the next until the clock ran out. The only thing I could see that could prompt such a negative comparison was that the first had many more hidden object scenes. You have to collect origami pieces as you play the game, which was fun. There's just one problem, Jimmy doesn't want to leave, until he completes his "dare" In this Collector's Edition, there are 31 Collectible Hidden Signs, some of which are very well hidden. I hope to see more like this.


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Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Press buttons in the correct sequence, according to Nightmare Realm Collectors Edition clue located somewhere in the room. I thought it was enjoyable and flowed well--overall a really nice game. Music was beautiful and well suited to the Game. And you do get some sparkles on the HO spots, which I didn't like! The Mini Games range from easy to medium difficulty, so far nothing really frustrating offered. After I've been bored by a series of ho hum stories and cloned games, trust Mad Head to give us an original Lost Island: Mahjong Adventure spiced with the hint of horror at every turn, dry humour and interesting puzzles. There are no voice overs, which was fine with me. It is really a compliment since lately I have been bored by the time I reach the end of some of the games. I also like looking for collectables and they were all there Fishjong you had to be looking for them. You can't help but become immersed. I truly loved this game from the beginning. Even though it is a no for me, I'm absolutely sure it will thrill so many of you! And yet the game, when based on its own merits, looking past the personal expectations and over-the-top expectations, what you get is a fantastic fun to play game! While Fishdom - Spooky Splash have only played the demo, I have already purchased the game. I think the developer got the game difficulty just right.

This bonus game is different--it explains the whole story in a totally new environment. I love the Haunting Theme. First I want to say, this is my first review. There is a brief opening scene which sets the back story for the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by McCaw from Great Game This game is creative, fun and has challenging but not nasty frustrating bits. Exactly what game music should be. No voice, no jump map. They took more time and thought than expected. I will confess I never play the bonus games; they are often rehashes of the game itself and lack the wide-eyed wonder I cherish. Review of completed game: I very much enjoyed this sequel to the first Nightmare Realm. Something I have not been able to do for nearly a year now!!! The puzzles ranged from easy but time consuming to difficult, from the familiar to the unique.

Not with this one. Played first twice too While I have only played the demo, I have already purchased the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bloom2diaspro from WOW!!! Quality of drawing and Hero of the Kingdom III of drawing as part of story! BUT this is an awesome game series. You have to go into her drawing to find her. Great graphics and production.


I don't particularly like the HOGs but they were very secondary to the adventure and not terribly difficult or repetitious. I think the developer got the game difficulty just right. Yes, some of the games are not fun or as good as others, that is to be expected, not some sort of big surprise or result of devs. Loved the one matching the objects to the ink blots. This game had a little of everything and I don't usually buy CE because by the time I'm over playing the original game I'm usually bored. The music is ok. If I had one even slightly negative comment it would be that the game was a little short. No voice, no jump map. It was great fun making the healing potion for the factory master on behalf of the witch doctor. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by vingilot from Excellent game and visually stunning! Therefore my only complaint about this game is length; I wanted it to last longer! I found myself turning it down mid-way through. A bit of the dialog is written and not voice overs I strongly advise this game, it was so much fun to play it! The mini-puzzles were consistently clever but easy and quick to complete.

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  1. The ending to the main game was satisfying and the bonus chapter filled in the one question left during the game. Especially to new players! There are no voice overs, which was fine with me. There are only a few locations to explore, but the artwork is top notch, as with the rest of the game, and there's lots to do. Unique activities in the HOS scenes were woven directly in as part of the story line which was a nice twist.

  2. Not too much back and forth either. There are three levels of difficulty, a custom cursor, full screen, and aspect ratio correction. Way to go Big Fish on this one! The mini-puzzles were consistently clever but easy and quick to complete. For the bonus play, which flowed well with the story, I found myself consulting the Strategy Guide a number of times as what to do next was not obvious.

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bloom2diaspro from WOW!!! Diary has the story plus clues and the map showing active locations and points of interest map is not interactive though — but is not a direct hindrance because there are not that many locations needed for you to backtrack too far. You have to go through the drawing through which she disappeared and find her drawings in order to save her.

  4. Apart from that, simply Superb! I don't think this game is as epic as Subject , and the storyline is very similar to Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner, but MH knows how to put the mad into madness with just a touch of twisted insanity and warped visions of a nightmarish realm! Actions are easy to understand. It has exceptional graphics, and the story line is really good!

  5. The Morphs are very well done, and not very obvious, making them a fairly decent challenge. When you plug in the game just to play a game, you actually enjoy it! Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Press buttons in the correct sequence, according to the clue located somewhere in the room. First I want to say, this is my first review.

  6. One that was solved by using lines from a poem I found particularly fun - but still very easy. For the bonus play, which flowed well with the story, I found myself consulting the Strategy Guide a number of times as what to do next was not obvious. The music is ok. The ending might be a bit prosaic but it made sense Maze was challenging, definitely a strain on my brain in some situations.

  7. Journal has the typical diary for notes, as well as map and tasks list. The Storyline was a little vague to me and I couldn't really get into it. Play on hard mode, the game still helps you and you'll have more fun! The puzzles ranged from easy but time consuming to difficult, from the familiar to the unique.

  8. They took more time and thought than expected. Played first twice too It adds some background info on the dark-cloaked figures but isn't essential to the core game for those who decide to wait for the SE. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Katie from Great sequel, and don't miss the bonus game! I do hate them.

  9. I used it once and it brought me to the exact spot in the game where I was playing. Wonder no more, this game is fun, quirky, original and creative. Wish the bonus content had been developed into the main game and vice versa.

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