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Awakening: The Skyward Castle Collector's Edition

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(505.19 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Awakening: The Skyward Castle tells the tale of young Princess Sophia, who awakens from a magical century-long slumber into a land threatened by an ancient evil. Braving the dangers of an unfamiliar world, Princess Sophia has traveled far to discover the fate of her exiled kingdom. Having no magic of her own in a land built with living magic, she must overcome the many foes, perils and obstacles with her wit, skill and allies. Can Princess Sophia lift the curse that plagues her people? Find out in this epic conclusion!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Integrated strategy guide
  • Bonus gameplay
  • Beautiful concept art
  • Wallpapers
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 537 MB
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Awakening: The Skyward Castle Collector's Edition 3.9 5 154 154
Good but not quite as good as previous Awakening games. This game is good but it lacks the polish of the previous Awakening games. There are plenty of mini-games and they ranged from very easy to frustratingly difficult. At times the directions were not at all clear and you had to guess what you had to do (or resort to the Strategy Guide). The storyline was good but it ended a little abruptly. The voice overs were, for the most part, good ? some of the characters were a little different! As noted by a previous reviewer they seemed a little cheesy as if they really didn?t belong in the story. The Hidden Object scenes were well thought out and some had mini games involved with them. At times a few of the objects had to have precise clicks and placement otherwise the object wouldn?t be picked up or used correctly. The bonus chapter did not add anything for me (it probably added an extra hour of game play) but the storyline was so different from the main chapters that I was disappointed in it. The ending was left hanging so is there to be a continuation of this series or not?! The mini-games and hidden object scenes seemed to be added together without really thinking about how they fit in to the new storyline. So, overall it is a good game and I would recommend playing it ? but the standard edition is probably just as good. November 11, 2012
Very Pretty, Very Easy, Child Friendly Based on the whole game. navigation map achievements 3 levels of play Bonus game no collectables/morphing objects. If you like the less dark, more child friendly type of game, try Lost Souls -- I have the link on the left. Like the others in this series, this game is visually very colorful. You are a princess in a fairy tale wherein everyone has magic but you. There are multiple races in the series, but this one mainly concerns your fellow humans. The villain might be a little scary to the especially young but overall this is not a dark game. As a fan of the dark and spooky, I waited to play this until I was in the right mood. The game is easy. There are only a few actions available in each area and they are easy to keep in mind as you find new items. HOSs are sometimes traditional and sometimes interactive. As someone who gets bored very quickly with HOSs, I appreciated the variety. The puzzles are almost ridiculously easy and mostly involve interpreting visual clues. I did skip a couple but that was only because I didn't understand what I was supposed to do. The CE includes achievements, some of which are hard to interpret until after you achieve them. Bonus chapter is comparable to the rest of the game: beautiful and rather easy. It seems to serve as a teaser for the next game in the series. If you don't want to be teased, the SE is probably sufficient. October 13, 2012
Awesome Continuation of the Awakening Saga Awesome Continuation of the Awakening Saga, I can't wait for maybe a possible fifth game. The only fault I have with it is, that some of the puzzles need more explaining, as I had some difficulty understanding what I had to do. Besides that, it was a wonderful game :-) October 4, 2012
Almost a 5 star. So close to perfect. Great story and graphics. Most puzzles were great. I do not particularly like ones that repeat so that is personal taste. Love the map. Hint refilled super fast on casual. Lots to do in the HOS. Really enjoyed it. I just skipped some puzzles which I do not like to do. Definitely a 4 and 1/2 game. Love the dragon! October 2, 2012
Great Game...CE just not worth the extra price. The only reason I gave this a 4-star rating is because the bonus play in the CE edition was very short. As others said, it was not an end, just a sneak preview of the next game. You will not miss out on anything if you purchase the regular edition. It is a great game, especially if you enjoyed the other games in the series. I can't expound any further on what others have already said about the great graphics, puzzles, and gameplay...all true. Looking forward to the next game. September 25, 2012
Excellent Game Really great game. Very little HO scenes which is the way I like it. Graphics are great as they suit the story line. You must buy the collectors as the bonus chapter will lead to the next one. September 20, 2012
Mixed Feelings The Awaking series are always beautiful but I seem to tire of them before they are over. By the way this one ended there will probably another one. -too many mini games for me, I skipped a bunch of them -didn't use the SG -hint system works well -journal is helpful and also lists your goals -music is okay Its a good game September 14, 2012
Awakening....great series, but... This is my first review after playing hundreds of adventure and hidden object games, both SE and CE. The Awakening series keeps you intrigued and looking forward to the next segment, but the epilogue to the Skyward Castle fell short. Not only was there "not much to it" but an incomplete feeling to the episode. The SE to me, would have been a better choice valuewise in this particular part. September 14, 2012
Can't quite put my finger on it... But this one isn't quite as good as the first three, even if it is a little more sophisticated than the first in terms of graphics. I went back and played all three of the first Awakenings, and then this one, just to make sure. I'm not quite sure what the problem is. I think the originals were more densely packed with finds and puzzles. In fact, the first one has very few boards - there are so many puzzles loaded in them that by the end of the game you are amazed it has lasted as long as it has. This one seems much more spaced out - many more boards, but there aren't as many puzzles in them, and frankly they aren't as clear to me and a little repetitive. You start wandering all over the story, and while this one has an instant map (which the first didn't) the travel seems to me harder - for me, the map was a little slow loading. The first awakening has less maps but travel seemed easier, somehow. This is still a good game. It's just that the first few of this series was really special - while keeping with a rarer lighter theme - and I think they lost it a bit here. I would still recommend this game. September 3, 2012
Very Nice, BUT to many mini puzzels I loved this game, has beautiful graphics and great story. My only complaint is, Far to Many puzzles! There were puzzles within puzzles, even the HOS had mini puzzles. It would not have been to bad if the puzzles were all different. BUT, they all had the same basics and after a while they became very monotonous. I skipped many of them because I became so bored with them and even a little aggravated. Less puzzles and more imagination with the ones that are put in a game is needed. Hope this is a lesson for the next part that will come out. September 1, 2012
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