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Awakening: Moonfell Wood

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After awaking from a century long slumber, Princess Sophia finds a world that is devoid of people! Help her find her friends and family and take her rightful place. Search gorgeous locations for helpful clues and discover Sophia's destiny in Awakening: Moonfell Wood, a beautiful Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game. Follow your fairy friend as you explore the incredible landscape and help Sophia find her people!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.5
  • CPU: 800 Mhz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 270 MB
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Awakening: Moonfell Wood 4.5 5 176 176
Pretty darn good game! I loved the story line (didn't know it was #2 of a series), loved the visuals, puzzles okay. Not too hard, kind of easy. I was playing casual. Only 2 problems with the games. The developers are very fond of matching, putting together, and other games of that sort. I didn't mind the first few, but they got tedious after awhile. I was ready - and the some - for a rest from the hidden object games, and I was lucky in that only a few were included. And the second was with the "help". It only told you what had to be done in any given room, and did not tell you or hint you what you needed to do in/for a puzzle. Very frustrating. Still, all in all, a very good game. December 24, 2012
Another good "Awakening" Again a nice story. There are 2 game modes. The graphics are clear. There are not too many HOS. The mini-games are interesting, on the easy side. There is a good journal, but no map, which means walking back and forth, and quite often. The game is not too short; for me about 3 hours. All in all, a cute, fresh game. No monsters, not ghosts, nothing dark. July 29, 2013
Very nice sequel While not required, it would certainly help if you play the Dreamless Castle first so you can follow the story. On to the review: The game took me just under seven hours to play. I didn't rush through, but I don't think I was stuck anywhere for long either. The puzzles are nice - a bit different than I've seen in other games. Many are variations on jigsaw puzzles. The music is nice, relaxing, nonobtrusive. Graphics are very good. If you want a change from the 'escape from the psychopathic doctor' or 'haunted ghost town' stories, this is a great title for you. It gets four stars from me only because I'm saving five stars for those rare few that rise high above the rest. This one was close. Instead of Mahjong, the minigame du jour is a version of solitaire. Some of the sets do take a bit of planning to complete, but none were hair pulling hard either. I recommend this game (along with the rest in the series). October 20, 2012
Loved this game Graphics well done and lovely. Objects challenging but not frustrating to find. Mini games actually doable. I haven't played the Awakenings that came before, but I really enjoyed this one. Story line was good too, found myself rooting for Sophia. I don't write many reviews but had to do this one because I really liked this game a lot. You won't be disappointed if you buy it. June 16, 2012
FUN TO EXCAPE Loved this game! Beautiful visuals and the colors were amazing. HOS fun and challenging. Storyline was very impressive It was fun to get away from the "blood and guts" games for awhile and just escape in to the forrest! May 18, 2012
Wonderful Story -A Good Afternoon I highly recommend this game. It is not the most technically difficult game - but it is elegant and charming. It is quite different from many HOGs - it contains tons of mini-games and not quite so many HOS. I found the music somewhat repetitive, but the theme is gentle and not annoying. A highly relaxing game and lots of fun. December 17, 2011
A great all-rounder! I really enjoyed this game. The puzzles were varied and I like the way they changed the hidden object games (sometimes you get a list of items and other times you get shown a picture). The game is great for newbies (like myself) and more experienced players. I sat and played this for hours without getting bored. The story isn't as integral to the game play as some other games, but it still keeps you interested. I'll definitely be playing the other games in this series. May 22, 2012
Enjoyed this game Love this series. Need a few more HO. April 16, 2012
The Awakening For those who enjoy a little fantasy and fun the Awakening series is worth waking to..and ending with. November 20, 2011
Fun, but not difficult Fun game, but wish it was a bit harder April 11, 2014
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