4Friends Games is back with the latest thrilling chapter of the Bridge to Another World series! After finding a porcelain statue that brings you strange dreams, you struggle to find answers. What starts as an ordinary search quickly leads you to another world, one where you’re a giant pursued by miniature people! But these small hunters are anything but cute as you try to find Gulliver, your only known hope for survival. With dangerous powers at play and your life on the line, can you stop a dangerous adversary to save yourself and Lilliputia in time? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!
Colors were vibrant, music was beautiful and everything fit seamlessly. It is fun to play as the giant who fixes the world of the small people. I enjoyed both. You can customize the level of difficulty, which was also a nice touch. I liked the room with the teacup planter and wished that was one of the wallpapers but it's not. I rather finish a game wanting more than finish it and say "at last it's over". Another excellent job, 4Friends Games! The visual effects were excellent. I had 12 minutes left on my free hour when the demo ended. Yes, some of the puzzles and HO's were easy, but it is definitely a fun game! The tool vending machine was nice. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ebonyjeni from Mrs D So I started playing the demo and from what I can tell, this is a totally delightful game. I loved this game and am leaving it installed for the next sale.
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A few of the puzzles started very easy, then grew more challenging within same puzzle - I liked that. Another excellent job, 4Friends Games! I loved the first one where I had to trap the donkey — how fun! Pretty light fare, loved the storyline. Brldge colors and graphics are fabulous, and yes, it Anotber kind of short, but I thoroughly Meridian: Age of Invention every bit of it, including the Bonus Chapter! I also found this game enjoyable - the demo Dolphin Dice Slots played - and the two carryalong gadgets made sense. Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Super Fun Love Story I had to slow myself down, on clicking on things if I wanted to see things morph. Well done, 4 Friends! The mini games and the hidden object scenes were fun, interactive and unusual. I didn't like matching pairs in my hops. All in all a very well done game, and I highly recommend it. The tool vending machine was nice. It didn't bother me that the matchsticks burned like torches and were not quick to go out - this is all fantasy after all, and it's believable that they devised some method to make them long-burning - Gulliver was a scientist that helped them with many things before he became a traitor, so that too made a fairytale like sense. I love the Bridge to Another World series
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by condorcandi from Amazing! Try the demo and see for yourself. Like I said I cannot understand the bad reviews. The graphics were good and the story was to. Somewhat, the Bonus Chapter explains further but again, there is a possibility of more to come, all of which I found intriguing and fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MysteryAngel from Hark! If you love imaginative games with cute stories like all the fairy tales are you will completely enjoy this game. A few of the puzzles started very easy, then grew more challenging within same puzzle - I liked that. I loved the unique story, the graphics, and the fact that it isn't so ridiculously hard or illogical that it becomes annoying or stressful. Sort of like a process, to familiarize you with the puzzle and then get progressively harder to challenge you. I liked having played a flower hops twice. Now you find yourself in the middle of a fierce competition controlled by the mysterious Great Wizard. I used the guide to understand the mini-games and it made it more fun. I get so tired of all that and don't buy those games anymore. Unlike some others, I do prefer the game to be on the short side.
Check it out! I love the Bridge to Another World series I get where it could be too easy for some Review based on demo. I thoroughly enjoyed the game and will purchase it. You have 12 wallpapers 2 without game stamp and 4 concept art. I didn't like matching pairs in my hops. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tigerlily from great game I cannot understand the bad reviews.
When the locks and chains come off, you have a mini-game. Sort of like a process, to familiarize you with the puzzle and then get progressively harder to challenge you. The collectible keys were sometimes out there, but sometimes difficult to spot - and I had to leave one scene with key undiscovered so that I could play all of demo and not lose out on time! See what our Beta testers had to say: "I loved everything about this game! You have to collect all 27 keys to unlock a chest. This is not Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels in storyline but it maybe in theme, human nature being what it is. There were so many small touches in the game that made it a graphic delight for me and the way I like to play. Has nice glass window hops. The game ends without wrapping up all the details and in fact, introduces other elements. I also did not find it odd to see a large rat there - rats can grow very big, and whose to say one of the giants didn't bring it along with them somehow, or it slipped through the portal unaware to the giant, just as the butterfly did It appears there was more than one giant that came through, according to story I liked having played a flower hops twice. And then when the donkey brays and I see his teeth that are so detailed I had to laugh.