Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams

From GrandMA Studios, creators of Whispered Secrets: The Story of Tideville and Whispered Secrets: Into the Beyond, comes an exciting new adventure series! For 25 years, you’ve thought you were an orphan. But one stormy night, a mysterious man steps out of a mirror in your home and claims to be your uncle. What’s more, he says your parents are still alive! The city they live in is under attack from a force that could threaten the entire world… and you’re the only one who can stop it. Do you have the courage to step into the mirror and face your destiny? Find out as you journey through a series of strange and beautiful worlds in this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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The graphics are so pretty I was hoping to be able to ignore the game glitches and poor directions. Story is interesting and a little mysterious. It was sure has been done countless times, but at least this time, the developers did it well. I don't think that it's the problem. If you like collecting collectibles, Reflections of Life is just the perfect game for you since there are magical leaves to be collected. The only problem was that you had to collect morphing leaves, which made the game exhausting and tedious rather than enjoyable. Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams has an outstanding artwork, gorgeous graphics and excellent soundtracks. I do like looking for the hidden leaves. The other issue with this game is that there was no variation in the HO puzzles; they were all word lists. I could kick myself for collecting all those leaves! I have a new iPad Pro. All the scenes are fascinating, with well-drawn characters and vibrant colors. After you collected the leaves you had to first do a puzzle with them to access the hidden chapter, and the hidden chapter took 2 minutes to play!

Anyway, there are enough bells and whistles to entertain us all the way through. Story is interesting and a little mysterious. I do like looking for the hidden leaves. I'm not finished yet and don't usually review until complete but I am starting to get frustrated. After you collected the leaves you had to first do a puzzle with them to access the hidden chapter, and the hidden chapter took 2 minutes to play! If you like collecting collectibles, Reflections of Life is just the perfect game for you since there are magical leaves to be collected. Also, when working some of the hidden object games, some movement is sluggish. My true rating is 3. This game also could have used a cohesive journal; I found the storyline a bit hard to follow. It is your job to step into the mirror world, where darkness awaits! I felt that the game ran smoothly for the most part. I have a new iPad Pro. I feel like I struggled for nothing. It was sure has been done countless times, but at least this time, the developers did it well.


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There is a nice balance between these two features; Mahjong Towers Eternity object scenes are not very exciting, on the other hand, Eco-Match are very interesting. I have a new iPad Pro. Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams, when working some of the hidden object Forest Mahjong, some movement is sluggish. We completed the main game in around 4 hours, with a fairly annoying cliffhanger ending — plus, another hour or so in the bonus chapter and an additional 10 minutes in the hidden Halloween Night Mahjong 2. This game also could have used a cohesive journal; I found the storyline a bit hard to follow. It was lengthy, had labeled inventory with complex items, instantaneous loading between locations, and a good teleport map. In this series:. There are some old-school puzzles as well as some innovative ones, about half of them can be classified as challenging in our opinion. The problem has continued on into the third room. I would have preferred less HO scenes and more puzzles. I could kick myself for collecting all those leaves! If you like collecting collectibles, Reflections Mad Mouse Life is just the perfect game for you since there are magical leaves to be collected. Anyway, there are enough bells and whistles to entertain us all the way through. Of course, with leaves, there are more than one of them in each scene.

I had to feel my way around in several which became frustrating. Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams has an outstanding artwork, gorgeous graphics and excellent soundtracks. I'm not finished yet and don't usually review until complete but I am starting to get frustrated. It was lengthy, had labeled inventory with complex items, instantaneous loading between locations, and a good teleport map. Not only was there a bonus adventure, but there was also a hidden chapter. I feel like I struggled for nothing. In this series:. I don't mind challenges but I do mind vague directions. The other issue with this game is that there was no variation in the HO puzzles; they were all word lists. I could kick myself for collecting all those leaves! There are some old-school puzzles as well as some innovative ones, about half of them can be classified as challenging in our opinion. The only problem was that you had to collect morphing leaves, which made the game exhausting and tedious rather than enjoyable.

The only problem was that you had to collect morphing leaves, which made the game exhausting and tedious rather than enjoyable. It was lengthy, had labeled inventory with complex items, instantaneous loading between Ttee, and a good teleport Zumas Revenge. There were not enough puzzles and games for me. I would have preferred less HO scenes and more puzzles. Anyway, there are enough bells and whistles to entertain Dream all the way through. That was a novelty!


I have a new iPad Pro. Until one day, when a mysterious man appears in your mirror and claims that your parents are still alive and the city they are living in is until threat from a dark force. If you like collecting collectibles, Reflections of Life is just the perfect game for you since there are magical leaves to be collected. There was plenty to do at each location, and tons of locations to unlock. I feel like I struggled for nothing. The only problem was that you had to collect morphing leaves, which made the game exhausting and tedious rather than enjoyable. There are some old-school puzzles as well as some innovative ones, about half of them can be classified as challenging in our opinion. There were not enough puzzles and games for me. Not only was there a bonus adventure, but there was also a hidden chapter. I'm not finished yet and don't usually review until complete but I am starting to get frustrated. Some of the puzzles are lacking in accurate directions on what is required of you to complete them successfully the first time. The problem has continued on into the third room. I would have preferred less HO scenes and more puzzles. As in combining objects to get the hidden target piece. I don't mind challenges but I do mind vague directions.

8 thoughts on “Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams

  1. Despite these cool puzzles, the gameplay remains straightforward most of the times. Anyway, there are enough bells and whistles to entertain us all the way through. My true rating is 3. The graphics are so pretty I was hoping to be able to ignore the game glitches and poor directions. There are some old-school puzzles as well as some innovative ones, about half of them can be classified as challenging in our opinion.

  2. There were not enough puzzles and games for me. Story is interesting and a little mysterious. I do like looking for the hidden leaves.

  3. There are some old-school puzzles as well as some innovative ones, about half of them can be classified as challenging in our opinion. I felt that the game ran smoothly for the most part. That was a novelty! Anyway, there are enough bells and whistles to entertain us all the way through. Not only was there a bonus adventure, but there was also a hidden chapter.

  4. There is a nice balance between these two features; hidden object scenes are not very exciting, on the other hand, puzzles are very interesting. I feel like I struggled for nothing. Not only was there a bonus adventure, but there was also a hidden chapter.

  5. I would have preferred less HO scenes and more puzzles. I don't mind challenges but I do mind vague directions. We completed the main game in around 4 hours, with a fairly annoying cliffhanger ending — plus, another hour or so in the bonus chapter and an additional 10 minutes in the hidden chapter. I hate hitting the hint button.

  6. The graphics are so pretty I was hoping to be able to ignore the game glitches and poor directions. As in combining objects to get the hidden target piece. That was a novelty! Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams has an outstanding artwork, gorgeous graphics and excellent soundtracks. There are some old-school puzzles as well as some innovative ones, about half of them can be classified as challenging in our opinion.

  7. If you like collecting collectibles, Reflections of Life is just the perfect game for you since there are magical leaves to be collected. I have a new iPad Pro. All in all I would recommend it for many hours of gameplay. It was sure has been done countless times, but at least this time, the developers did it well.

  8. After you collected the leaves you had to first do a puzzle with them to access the hidden chapter, and the hidden chapter took 2 minutes to play! At least there was the match-3 game as an alternative. I do like looking for the hidden leaves. In this series:. That was a novelty!

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