Awakening: Moonfell Wood
Pleasing to all senses - including brain
The story is captivating, the graphics, sound, music is elegant, detailed and beautiful. I loved the puzzles they were varied, not just your only HO. I can imagine that some skilled players would find some of the mini puzzles too easy - but for me it was just right.
This game series (together with the other two awakening-story: goblin kingdom and sleepless castle) has become one of my all time favourite games.
April 28, 2012
I have liked this whole series.
It is a nice change of pace to have awesome and bright colors and sceneary and get away from all the dreary dark type games.
April 21, 2012
Awesome Hidden Object Game
What an awesome game i loved every minute of it. So many twists and turns. I couldn't wait for the sequel. Very enjoyable
April 19, 2012
enjoyed all three games so far please bring out the next one
April 9, 2012
Finally!!! --a game not weighed down with dark Evil. As one reviewer said: there aren't a lot of HOG, but many mini-games are scattered around. I found the game delightful, calm and relaxing.
April 8, 2012
I enjoyed this very much - it was quite time consuming. I hope I will enjoy the others as much. Not recommended for anyone who gets frustrated easily
April 8, 2012
Fell in love ....
I this by far is one of my favorite HOG. Over several days taking my time I finished this game and had to get the next two in the series!!
April 5, 2012
This Awakening series has become one of my favorites. The graphics are beautiful. Story is fun and the characters are marvelous in all three Awakenings. Not as boring as some other HOGs (which I love), but the variety of mini games are great and makes this my favorite to date.
March 31, 2012
Awakening: Moonfell Wood - A Mystical Fairy Tale
Graphics: This game has the same graphics as the first game and the graphics were drawn beautifully and contribute to the fairy-tale atmosphere.
Music/Vocal: The music used in this game was more peaceful and matched the atmosphere of Moonfell Wood and the sound effects also contributed to the mood of the game. I also thought they picked out another good storyteller voice over.
Puzzles/HOS: Compared to the first game, the developers made the HOS more interactive but they were still on the easy side. The puzzles where of the same format as the first game and were also on the easy side. One thing I liked about a few of the mini-games was when they dealt with water because I liked the ripples. Another thing to know is that the game offered the options of Normal and Casual gameplay.
Length: I finished the game a little under 4 hours so the game's length doubled from the last game.
Characters: My favorite character was the little dragon. It was the cutest thing <3
Story: The story starts right off from the first game where Sophia sets off to the Moonfell Wood and travel through it to find out why the humans left their kingdom and where she can find them. Story continues in the way the first game did.
Overall: The game was like the first game except for a few improvements and I enjoyed it.
Happy Gaming :)
March 27, 2012
I think this has to be my favorite, but the Dreamless Castle is high up on my list of favorites as well.
This was the game that started me down this series, and I still go back and play it sometimes. What else could I possibly say other than I can't wait for the fourth edition for this game and that I still go back and play it.
The scenery is still as good as it was from day 1. The voiceovers and everything else were magnificent too. Not too hard, but not too easy. However, I did think that it was a little short.
March 20, 2012