Dream Day True Love
True Story That Makes You Feel Like Part Of The Family
I really loved this game. I'm not into mysteries or shoot 'em up type games so when I'm looking for something to interest me, it's a mission in itself.
"Dream Day True Romance" takes you through the planning of a 70th anniversary party via going through a family photo/scrap book of memories. It takes place in a former home of the couple and it must be cleaned up and prepared for the party...that's where the player gets involved. You must find hidden objects and play mini games such as arranging furniture to complete your tasks. I know a lot of us skip the narration and just go through the levels of the games without finding out the story behind them. "Dream Day True Romance" is one that is well worth the time and attention. By the time you finish the game, you will feel like a family member at the party and find yourself in a very good mood (kind of like you feel at the end of a good romance novel),
November 26, 2011
Excellent Hidden Object Game
This game is so much fun to play with all the other little different games you play along with it, it's fun, easy, and most of all it's based on a true story. All of the pictures, and stories from the Bride, and Groom are true, as well as all of the letters. Try it!! YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT!! I PROMISE!!!
November 28, 2011
A nice different type of the dream series, mature players may really like it
This is an anniversary game not a wedding game. In part it is a true story, I did love that part. And because of that I think true romantics and mature players will especially appreciate it.
This series makes for great family fun.
I didn't like it as much, as I missed the wedding part of some of the others (although I know we had first home). It just didn't engage me as well as bella italia which had brilliant integrated H O scenes and things that made sense related to the rest of the game.
And some of the fun seemed to have gone, from the mini games. They weren't that engaging.
It seems they concentrated so much on the story (I think it was the DEV grandparents story) that they didn't put as much thought into the rest of it.
It's still a nice game just not as good as the rest.
November 25, 2011
Lovely game for a romantic
I've only tried a couple of Dream Day games, and they differ in quality. What drew me to this one was the 70th anniversary and true-life romance of the game designer's grandparents, with real love letters, photos, and mementos. What a lovely tribute to create for one's grandparents, and it's a really nice game, too. Graphics are well done, and the hidden objects are intriguing, but not impossible. I always enjoy finding the three bluebirds in each scene that add extra hints. And the mini-puzzles had some real thought and creativity behind them, although finding the hidden flowers in the flower shop could be challenging. But the story behind the flower shop was absolutely lovely. A must-play game for anyone with romance in their soul.
February 16, 2012
Wonderful soothing game
I will be playing this game over and over...soothing, relaxing, HOG....Whats not to like? and the music is wonderful. Cute characters
December 10, 2011
my review is short so what?
if i write many other it s important for who ?
many games at big fish with murders,blood,dark
nightmare and other horibles games and who care ???
January 25, 2012
Great fun---and a true story!
This 70-year true love story is wonderful game play. Not terribly challenging, but relaxing and absorbing. I love this whole series; what a fine change from the dark and disturbing.
July 18, 2012
A Nice Game
This was a nice, interesting game. It was cool how you had different things to do, like cook, make drinks, fix a bench, decorate for the party, etc., but it was a little lackluster and easy, even though I don't like really hard games.
The graphics and sound were fine, though it had a little too much story for me.
February 11, 2012
I really love this game, very relaxing anda feel good game
November 15, 2011
Nice setting, but gameplay is disappointing
This game has such a wonderful storyline- the married life of a couple that has been together 70 years! Unfortunately, the gameplay doesn't make best use of such a good premise.
For one, there seem to be much fewer hidden object scenes than in previous games. Instead, most of the game is taken up with busywork minigames, and "click on the right things to access a new area/solve a puzzle" type stuff. I was so disappointed, for example, that the 1940 wedding scene was barely existent- just a closeup of a wedding cake to "restore". Most of the other milestones that could've been truly interesting were glossed over; the hidden object scenes mostly take place in present day and are boring everyday scenes inside of a house. The music is also a disappointment, consisting mainly of one song played slightly differently.
On the plus side, the game looks great and the story IS genuinely interesting. In all, this is probably my second least favorite of the Dream Day games (only Viva Las Vegas was less entertaining).
April 29, 2012