Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner Collectors Edition

Every passing day disengages little Emmy away from reality! Guide Helen Wheeler as she takes a risky journey inside the mind of her niece to get to the bottom of the problem. But be cautious! Childhood memories and wondrous fantasies are not the only things you will find here: the Dreamscape is corrupted. And you are not welcome. 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:

Recommended as an SE. Beautiful graphics and first rate story. Starts slowly and picks up the pace with a lot going on. I enjoyed everything except the puzzles; they were not my type, so I skipped most of them. You as Helen, has to travel deep inside her mind, get to the bottom of the case and wake her up before she is too far drifted off in her nightmares! Based on demo. The VOs are good even if the lip movement isn't always in sync with the words. A CE version of a game must have these features to be a true CE in my opinion. A lot of work went into this game and you will enjoy it especially if you like the hand drawn scenes as I do. Ah, and there is the game. There were the usual puzzles, minigames, and hidden object scenes that were pretty easy overall. This game is billed as a CE, but there are no achievements, no collectibles, and no morphing objects to find. I recommend everyone should try it before you buy it.

The locations are beautiful, but not spectacular — the visual effects are good, but not great; Stranded Dreamscapes really need some extra WOW factors for it to be memorable. You enter her dreamworld and have to figure out her fears and how to overcome them. There is a map that lets you jump from scene to scene without any backtracking. I began playing these games when they were Hidden Object after Hidden Object with no adventure, so there are many times that I enjoy just some good HOS. It was another game rescuing a family member, which is nothing new. I never seem to capture all of the achievements any way in CE's no matter how careful or diligent. The graphics I thought were a bit blurry, but they sharpened up after the spiders' webs were removed, and spiders' webs and spiders were plentiful in the trial time period of one hour. I agree that the game is really more of an SE and as such I would give it 5 stars. I chose average and it was incredibly easy with all the sparkles, etc. No Journal. Good Interactive Map. It Blow Me Away Best game and story in awhile.

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Along the way the bear gives you helpful hints and the doctor chimes in periodically with updates on your nieces' condition. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pcpat from Completion of Game! Does appear the game was finished in a different time frame as the scenes and objects became more clear in the final Chapters. This trend goes along with the audio side, the music is pretty average and the voice overs are so-so although very clear. The HINT button works well without giving away the farm. I would suggest with the lights off, but the graphics and animation might be a bit much. The mini-games are not awesome, they are not original and again, simple. A CE version of a game must have these features to be a true CE in my opinion. Gamers were not left hanging, however, the game just sort of ended without "closure". Okay with me! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by BirdLover89 from Enjoyed The story was a little silly but not too bad. Based on demo. The graphics are unbelievably clear and on point, creepy where needed and not when not needed. Some came close to delivering, but next to this one, I will have to redefine what a nightmarish game is.


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The map was excellent in that I just click where I want to go Strsnded go there instantly. This trend goes along with the audio side, the music is pretty average and the voice overs are so-so although Battle Slots clear. The Mirror Mysteries: Forgotten Kingdoms think I would actually get a nightmare, even with the lights on at night. Not fairytales and unicorns and butterflies childish but, yes, Strandeed. I liked this game, and will buy it since it is on sale today. We are Emmy's aunt searching for Emmy in her dreamscapes. I enjoyed everything except the puzzles; they were not my type, so I skipped most of them. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by BigskyDawn from Arachniphobes beware! The animations that turn ordinary objects into imaginative, scary, grotesque characters is the best I've seen. It distracts from the game and Ptisoner completely useless except maybe to use to give yourself a pat on the back. Recommended as Prjsoner SE. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mrm from Okay, I really liked this game I didn't get to do a lot of the mini-games, although once you have everything you need to do them, they are aplenty and none too difficult for the few I did.

This game is billed as a CE, but there are no achievements, no collectibles, and no morphing objects to find. This scariness is offset by your sweet, teddy bear helper named Barry. Some people will likely have a difficult time accepting it. The graphics are unbelievably clear and on point, creepy where needed and not when not needed. This Collector's Edition of this game has a lot going for it. Beautiful graphics and first rate story. So, try it, nothing to lose there. I always find talking animal helpers somewhat annoying, but at least I didn't have to name him!! The locations are beautiful, but not spectacular — the visual effects are good, but not great; Stranded Dreamscapes really need some extra WOW factors for it to be memorable. I agree that the game is really more of an SE and as such I would give it 5 stars. Not fairytales and unicorns and butterflies childish but, yes, childish. No Journal.

Game play is very good - good HOS and puzzles and interesting and varied locations. The graphics are unbelievably clear and on point, creepy where needed and not when not needed. You travel through various measures to find the answers and try to open the memories back into the good ones she needs. There were the usual puzzles, minigames, and hidden object scenes that were pretty easy overall. The hint system works Cathys Caribbean Club well. Yes, it borders on the childish. I recommend everyone should try it before you buy it. Based on demo.


14 thoughts on “Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner Collectors Edition

  1. Does appear the game was finished in a different time frame as the scenes and objects became more clear in the final Chapters. I guess some don't like the lack of "collectibles", which, to me, is a bonus not a detriment. Personally, I will wait for the SE version before I buy this game. I didn't get to do a lot of the mini-games, although once you have everything you need to do them, they are aplenty and none too difficult for the few I did.

  2. So the difficulty level was right up my alley. Game play is very good - good HOS and puzzles and interesting and varied locations. There is a map that lets you jump from scene to scene without any backtracking. I agree that the game is really more of an SE and as such I would give it 5 stars. Barry, the bear, was cute.

  3. You enter her dreamworld and have to figure out her fears and how to overcome them. Along the way the bear gives you helpful hints and the doctor chimes in periodically with updates on your nieces' condition. At least they are most of the time unlike some games where the characters are just dummies with words written below them. The graphics are sharp and high-quality, but they look a bit out-dated. I recommend for a relaxing, not too difficult, not too easy, game.

  4. Recommended as an SE. You feel as if you could really be there. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mrm from Okay, I really liked this game The map is a jump map which helps a lot. I recommend everyone should try it before you buy it.

  5. The Hidden Object scenes are average with clear items and very few interactive objects, you do have to play each scene twice. Does appear the game was finished in a different time frame as the scenes and objects became more clear in the final Chapters. The lack of true extras makes it a no go for the extra cost of a CE, but I liked the storyline and artwork enought to buy the game as an SE. Puzzles were creative and the HO's are discernible, except, you know, there is always that one and it always seems to be the very last hidden object that is difficult to find. I guess some don't like the lack of "collectibles", which, to me, is a bonus not a detriment.

  6. It was a bit too "spidery" for me, but not enough to make me stop playing. Does appear the game was finished in a different time frame as the scenes and objects became more clear in the final Chapters. The voiceovers are clear and concise, you can totally understand everything being said. Okay with me!

  7. Puzzles were creative and the HO's are discernible, except, you know, there is always that one and it always seems to be the very last hidden object that is difficult to find. You feel as if you could really be there. I liked this game, and will buy it since it is on sale today. I think I would actually get a nightmare, even with the lights on at night.

  8. Extra gameplay alone does not make it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by BigskyDawn from Arachniphobes beware! The locations are beautiful, but not spectacular — the visual effects are good, but not great; Stranded Dreamscapes really need some extra WOW factors for it to be memorable. The mini-games are not awesome, they are not original and again, simple.

  9. Some people will likely have a difficult time accepting it. Wish all the game maps were like that. The map was excellent in that I just click where I want to go and go there instantly. The VOs are good even if the lip movement isn't always in sync with the words.

  10. It Blow Me Away Best game and story in awhile. I enjoyed everything except the puzzles; they were not my type, so I skipped most of them. The VOs are well done and the dialogue is pretty realistic with touches of humor.

  11. Puzzles were creative and the HO's are discernible, except, you know, there is always that one and it always seems to be the very last hidden object that is difficult to find. You travel through various measures to find the answers and try to open the memories back into the good ones she needs. There was a place called "Spider Forest," but I gamely went ahead and it wasn't too bad. Puzzles are of medium difficulty. This is a game to play on a dark, stormy night.

  12. A lot of work went into this game and you will enjoy it especially if you like the hand drawn scenes as I do. Okay with me! The HOS are very nicely done - you get a break from having objects morphing into horrific scenes. You enter her dreamworld and have to figure out her fears and how to overcome them.

  13. Not as annoying as some companions I've come across. Who wants the spend time looking for hidden objects during game play? This scariness is offset by your sweet, teddy bear helper named Barry. Storyline is that your niece is stuck in some kind of depression coma and it's desperation time to try to get her out.

  14. No Journal. I've never played a game by this developer, what a treat. A CE version of a game must have these features to be a true CE in my opinion. You enter her dreamworld and have to figure out her fears and how to overcome them. I chose average and it was incredibly easy with all the sparkles, etc.

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