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    genkicoll

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    Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms

    Post by genkicoll on Sat Jun 14, 2014 12:17 pm

    Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms
    by Boolat Games - June, 2014

    Available at:
    Big Fish as Collector's Edition / Standard Edition



    A thrilling new fantasy series from Boolat Games, makers of Timeless: The Forgotten Town and Dark Cases: The Blood Ruby.

    The doctors have failed. Now your sister, the Queen, lies on her deathbed - you are her last hope! Rumor has it that a mystical cure exists in the faraway kingdom of Goldthorne... but no one dares to go there since the last king mysteriously vanished. Do you have the courage to face the unknown and save your sister? Find out as you soar high into a world of floating islands, talking cats, and magical dragons. But beware - sinister forces are watching you from the shadows in this exciting Hidden Object Adventure game.

    The Collector's Edition includes:

    • Join Muir, the cat, in a bonus adventure
    • Play a secret game with King Harald and Muir
    • Collect silver and gold tokens to decorate the Cat Room
    • Concept art, wallpapers, videos, music, and mini-games
    • Integrated Strategy Guide

    For the Standard Edition

    • Walkthrough
    • Strategy Guide (Big Fish)

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    RenaissanceMom

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    Re: Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms

    Post by RenaissanceMom on Sat Jun 14, 2014 10:50 pm

    "Untangle the ropes so the cat can escape"?? Umm, nope. That cat can remain tied up.  Evil Grin

    JustTheFacts

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    Re: Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms

    Post by JustTheFacts on Sun Jun 29, 2014 6:31 am

    Wonderful Dragon Fable****

    BASED ON DEMO


    FIRST IMPRESSIONS
    An interesting and dramatic beginning has a king seeking “all the treasure of the temple”. His efforts, well, the results are unexpected. The opening into the game proper is less theatrical, but invites involvement.

    SIGHTS & SOUNDS
    Enjoyed the graphics. Not always the highest quality but always beautiful and colourful and clear. The music was unobtrusive. The voiceovers are excellent. But I may get fed up with that cat.

    WHAT’S HAPPENING?
    Our sister the queen is dying and the only cure is in another kingdom where we may get the info we need, if we can find the knowledgeable dragon. We travel there through a mirror (yeah, I know, not exactly original), and are immediately caught up in the problems of the kingdom we are now in. We rescue a talking cat, who turns out to be some sort of butler, and is very helpful with hard to reach items. He is also the source of info on the history of the dragons, and the two kingdoms, which is presented in a cartoon/diorama style as required.

    GAMEPLAY
    The HOPs are varied. There are interactive word lists, and silhouettes, and multiples of. The puzzles are mixed, but for the most part not too difficult. The adventure makes sense without being overly linear. There is a directional hint, interactive jump map (with available actions), journal game notes and clues, and lockable inventory. There are plus items in inventory.

    CE BLING!
    There are many collectible gold and silver coins to gather, and can be used in the CE extra, the Cat Room. Another area showcases achievements, represented by different dragon eggs. There are oodles of gallery items – concept art 45, wallpaper 18, 36 movies, 16 music tracks, and replayable mini-games. There is also, in addition to the standard extra chapter, a Secret Game.

    COMBINED IMPACT
    Have a really good time playing this, more than I can easily explain by game analysis. Not too hard, fun story. Just the right balance somehow.

    I recommend this game! (Except if you hate cute helpers! Snicker )

    Frodo

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    Re: Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms

    Post by Frodo on Sun Jun 29, 2014 3:53 pm

    It may have a weird overly-cute cat helper... but it's also got DRAGONS!   Dragon Attitude 

    Thanks for brilliant review Justie   Offering

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