Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner

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.

I loved the bear that was your hint guide. This game is billed as a CE, but there are no achievements, no collectibles, and no morphing objects to find. LOVE the talking bear. The story is interesting and is well told. So many of the games are gloomy and far too much running around it seems just to fill in time wise. There is a map that lets you jump from scene to scene without any backtracking. Maybe gamers are complaining as there are no collectibles--no achievements, thank goodness and yes, there is a talking teddy bear that we thankfully do not have to name. One annoying thing about the story-telling is that the doctor keeps popping up every once in a while, this an be very distracting. I never had one of those of those moments of what should I be doing due to the great map with objectives marked on it The audio track was very fitting to the game and I really liked it, the visuals were great bright but not to bright and was not childish. The VOs are well done and the dialogue is pretty realistic with touches of humor. No Journal. Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight has a standard length of around four hours. Puzzles are of medium difficulty.

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Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner [CE] Playthrough (Part 6 of 6)

You get to enter the mind of your niece Emmy, who seems to be lost in her dreams. When there are no collectibles or achievements I tend to buy the SE. Yes, it's kitchy. Two difficulties, average and difficult. He has a very friendly voice, but is not too talkative. Good Interactive Map. Can you uncover the cursed artifact that is rumored to be behind this phenomena and save the Wolfgrin family? Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight simply does not try hard enough. The map is a jump map which helps a lot. I'm definitely getting ready to hit the "buy" button. The bonus chapter is actually good, too, and like the game it is of a good length and is a good story. Storyline is that your niece is stuck in some kind of depression coma and it's desperation time to try to get her out. I think I would actually get a nightmare, even with the lights on at night. Not fairytales and unicorns and butterflies childish but, yes, childish. Creepy and cute at the same time!

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I believe that puzzles and Hidden Object scenes were about even and I Dreamscaoes: that. The 4 stars for sound quality was because Thf a few spots where the bear Beetle Bomp talk, but Dreamsvapes: was dialog on the screen. A lot of work went into this game and you will enjoy it especially if you like the hand drawn scenes as I do. Wish all the game maps were like that. That being said, I enjoyed the graphics and artwork. I found it to be quite entertaining and fun to play. I will wait for the SE or a CE sale before purchasing because I am not interested Living Legends: Fallen Sky any extras except bonus chapters, but I definitely want to finish the story. Ah, and there is the game. Puzzles were Ikibago and the HO's are discernible, except, you know, there is always that one and it always seems to be the very All-in-One Mahjong hidden object that is difficult to find. The HOS are good, with clear items, nothing to tiny, maybe even a bit on the easy side for me. Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner game is billed as a CE, but there are no achievements, Dreamscaeps: collectibles, and no morphing objects to find. This trend goes along with the audio side, the music is pretty average and the voice overs are so-so although very clear. I have been anxiously waiting for this SE to come MiniChess by Kasparov, and already spent a couple of very fine hours with it. I chose average and it was incredibly easy with all the Strandee, etc. Happy gaming all!

Creepy and cute at the same time! Everybody and everything has it's own specific voice, obviously not one or two trying to be everybody or everything. Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight simply does not try hard enough. You travel through various measures to find the answers and try to open the memories back into the good ones she needs. This scariness is offset by your sweet, teddy bear helper named Barry. The graphics are sharp and high-quality, but they look a bit out-dated. I enjoyed everything except the puzzles; they were not my type, so I skipped most of them. I never seem to capture all of the achievements any way in CE's no matter how careful or diligent. The length of the main game is also comparatively short extended by an okay Bonus Chapter. In this series:. With the help of a fuzzy bear Barry visit beautiful scenes, solve a variety puzzles and find out the reason the doctor tries to get you to quit. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by boatgirl from awesome surprise!!!!!

It's a lovely game, with a very good flow and a good storyline although nothing really that we haven't seen before. Puzzles are of medium difficulty. The HOSs are straightforward and nicely drawn. There are two levels of play, aspect correction for those who need it it fit my 25 In. The VOs are good even if the lip movement isn't Risen Dragons in sync with the words. Beautiful graphics and first rate story. It was a bit too "spidery" for me, but not enough to make me stop playing. While the varied environment in each portal is appreciated, this idea has been done several times before in much better fashions. Storyline is that your niece is stuck in some kind of depression coma and it's desperation time to try to get her out. We had to remind ourselves over and over that Deadly Moonlight is actually a newly-released game, since everything about this game seems very outdated. Puzzles were Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner and the HO's are discernible, except, you know, there is always Legend of Rome: The Wrath of Mars one and it always seems to be the very last hidden object that is difficult to find.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by boatgirl from awesome surprise!!!!! Some came close to delivering, but next to this one, I will have to redefine what a nightmarish game is. In this dreamworld you need to find the solution for her fears and save her. We had to remind ourselves over and over that Deadly Moonlight is actually a newly-released game, since everything about this game seems very outdated. I think I would actually get a nightmare, even with the lights on at night. The voice overs are pretty good; you get an interactive map; hint system recharges fairly fast. He is really cute and helps you along the way with tips. I recommend this game. The HINT button works well without giving away the farm. The animations that turn ordinary objects into imaginative, scary, grotesque characters is the best I've seen. While the varied environment in each portal is appreciated, this idea has been done several times before in much better fashions. This game is billed as a CE, but there are no achievements, no collectibles, and no morphing objects to find. Happy gaming all!

4 thoughts on “Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner

  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonbeam from Hidden Object facing fears Good vs Evil! At least they are most of the time unlike some games where the characters are just dummies with words written below them. There are quite a few games which promise you a scary and nightmarish atmosphere.

  2. The dream version of your niece is a scary, red-eyed wraith spouting threats. Game play is very good - good HOS and puzzles and interesting and varied locations. The length of the main game is also comparatively short extended by an okay Bonus Chapter.

  3. It is easy for the new HO user but fun for the kid in me. Date published: So many of the games are gloomy and far too much running around it seems just to fill in time wise. I really like this game. There is nothing fundamentally wrong, but everything just seems so middle-of-the-road.

  4. No Journal. In this series:. The HOS are very nicely done - you get a break from having objects morphing into horrific scenes.

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