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.

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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by derron from Wow! Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight simply does not try hard enough. Extra gameplay alone does not make it. The HOSs are straightforward and nicely drawn. I loved the bear that was your hint guide. Date published: Based on demo. I am an experienced HO and Adventure game player, but I don't like games that are exceptionally difficult, because I feel that playing a game should be fun, not stressful. The hidden object scenes are fairly well-made, but again, are not anything revolutionary. The HINT button works well without giving away the farm. Not as annoying as some companions I've come across. A lot of work went into this game and you will enjoy it especially if you like the hand drawn scenes as I do. 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.

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Love the games where I am the hero! Some people will likely have a difficult time accepting it. You enter her dreamworld and have to figure out her fears and how to overcome them. Creepy and cute at the same time! Beautiful graphics and first rate story. In this series:. Does appear the game was finished in a different time frame as the scenes and objects became more clear in the final Chapters. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mrm from Okay, I really liked this game The visual style looks like it comes straight out off a HOPA game; washed-out colors and blurred graphics to say the least. As for the audio, there is really nothing to write home about. The bonus chapter is actually good, too, and like the game it is of a good length and is a good story. What a waste. The map is a jump map which helps a lot.


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I found the story interesting and a bit different and I enjoy Hidden Object scenes, so that contributed to my liking the game. Beautiful graphics and first rate story. And of course there is Barry, Emmy's teddybear you find very early on in the game. The hint system works pretty well. The voices were okay, not Area 42 irritating. I was torn between 3 and 4 stars and went with 4 simply because regardless of the quality or difficulty of the game, I did enjoy playing it, and that is the whole point eh? Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight simply does not try hard enough. One annoying thing about the story-telling is that the doctor keeps popping up every once in a while, this an be very distracting. There is a very nice jump-map, that shows you where there is something to do. It distracts from the game and is Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner useless except maybe to use to give yourself a pat on the back. Now I have to hurry and got on, as I absolutely want to know what happens next! So the difficulty level was right up my alley. After a while, I simply forget to collect handprints or the like. I really like this game.

The HOS are very nicely done - you get a break from having objects morphing into horrific scenes. Now I have to hurry and got on, as I absolutely want to know what happens next! As for the audio, there is really nothing to write home about. You enter her dreamworld and have to figure out her fears and how to overcome them. Happy gaming all! 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! Review bases on completed standard game. I would suggest with the lights off, but the graphics and animation might be a bit much. It's a lovely game, with a very good flow and a good storyline although nothing really that we haven't seen before. The voiceovers are clear and concise, you can totally understand everything being said. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mrm from Okay, I really liked this game After a while, I simply forget to collect handprints or the like. This Glam-ma gives it all her approval with two thumbs up. And of course there is Barry, Emmy's teddybear you find very early on in the game. This scariness is offset by your sweet, teddy bear helper named Barry.

At the same time, the majority of the puzzles are extremely simple, and those that are slightly more complex are more time-consuming than actually challenging. We had to remind ourselves over and over that Deadly Moonlight is Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner a newly-released game, since everything about this game seems very outdated. I enjoyed everything except the puzzles; they were not my type, so I skipped most of them. So, I'll probably be in the minority of those who liked, liked, liked this game. 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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by boatgirl from awesome surprise!!!!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mrm from Okay, Iron Heart 2: Underground Army really liked this game Beautiful graphics and first rate story. 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.


Not fairytales and unicorns and butterflies childish but, yes, childish. Barry, the bear, was cute. Puzzles are partially well known, some new one's and of medium difficulty. Beautiful graphics and first rate story. There are two levels of play, aspect correction for those who need it it fit my 25 In. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonbeam from Hidden Object facing fears Good vs Evil! A lot of work went into this game and you will enjoy it especially if you like the hand drawn scenes as I do. It was another game rescuing a family member, which is nothing new. We are Emmy's aunt searching for Emmy in her dreamscapes. I loved the bear that was your hint guide. At least they are most of the time unlike some games where the characters are just dummies with words written below them. Based on demo. There are quite a few games which promise you a scary and nightmarish atmosphere. Two difficulties, average and difficult. Some came close to delivering, but next to this one, I will have to redefine what a nightmarish game is.

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  1. Recommended as an SE. I chose average and it was incredibly easy with all the sparkles, etc. Could have done without "Barry" yet he did give some helpful hints. I think I would actually get a nightmare, even with the lights on at night.

  2. You find a talking teddy bear very early on in the game who isn't too cute as is sometimes the case, who provides you with hints if needed and who can be quite comical. Good Interactive Map. He is really cute and helps you along the way with tips. I loved that there wasn't a whole lot of HO everywhere you turned.

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