Awakening: The Skyward Castle Collector's Edition

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(505.19 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

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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 5 155 155
Drags a bit...however I have the other 3 Awakening games and really liked them, especially the little dragon. I'm not sure about this one. Graphics seem more cartoon-like than the other games, HOGs are not difficult, switch between voice-overs and none (please do one or the other). Like the little owl and the 3 choices for game play. Story line is getting a bit old. This game just didn't grab my attention like the others and didn't make me want to purchase as soon as my time ran out. Just seemed very slow and dragging, which may pick up as the game goes on, hopefully. Haven't crossed this one off my list yet. I will put it in the puddle and think on it a bit, but will probably add it to my other Awakening games. May just keep it in the puddle until a "special" comes along...not sure yet. Thanks for the reviews. August 25, 2012
loads of puzzles The graphics in this game are gorgeous (like all of them) and the music downright meditative. However I soon realized I was going to have to turn the music down and put on my thinking cap to make any headway in this game. I loved all the puzzles. I just wish the instructions for those puzzles were in the main game and not in the SG. It did become a tad annoying going back and forth to figure out what to do. I also found that going from all the English accents to a skull with a new york one kind of odd and the scatter brained drunken pirate named Jack looked awfully familiar. However the game was long and beautiful. There were a good variety of HO scenes and just a ton of puzzles and mini games. I really like the rays that sparkle when you complete each one.Tons of inventory objects and all kinds of interaction with all kinds of creatures. Very engaging, lots of magic, some challenge in the inventory objects and a good continuation of the story. There were achievements to achieve and a good extra chapter again with lots of thought provoking puzzles. Really enjoyed this one despite some minor annoyances at the lack of direction. If you like a relaxing game with lots of magic and puzzles try this one. I might even replay this one some day. August 31, 2012
Good, bad and ugly of Skyward castle The good Story is intriguing as are all the storylines in this series. The artistry is inviting and detailed as you would expect, if you are familiar with the Awakening games at all.. The hint on casual fills fast. The gameplay flows but.... That brings us to the bad Sometimes using an object is a, "did I do this right" frustration. Slow at times when you commit to an action, while waiting to see if the outcome was performed correctly. There was a lack of direction at quite a few times; but the hints and ? help feature cleared things up, for the most part. Now for IMO ugly Whoever designed the mini games must have had, either, not finishing the game in mind for us, or driving us insane. I understand that the princess speaks a different symbolic language than I do but the puzzles were so bizzare and at times outright complicated or frustrating. And there were hundreds of them (it seemed). I ended up cheating on about a quarter of them just to get to the end of the game. I hate to do that but they just kept springing up and were not easy to figure out. All said, I did like the game enough to give it my 4 star rating but PLEASE (I beg you) enough of the overpowering mini(s) for the next installment. August 29, 2012
Good Game, But... What I loved about the game: Great Storyline, Excellent Scenes, Wonderful wallpapers and I loved seeing the pocket dragon again, I missed him. What I didn't like: This is not the end of the series, there will be yet another game to go. Enough is enough.. Stop milking the cow, there is no milk left!! Overall, I give this game a 4 out 5 cause I do like the series. August 26, 2012
Awakening is Refreshing! I've always enjoyed the Awakening series for its "whimsical" theme. It's a bit refreshing and different from the usual HO/Adventure games. I like how some of the HO scenes vary in that with some, you find 12 of the same object or in others, you pair up items that go together. We still have our "pocket dragon" which always comes in handy when you need fire. The graphics and sound are done well and the game overall is just challenging enough with figuring out what to do next along with the mini games. August 24, 2012
Those darn mini-games! The reviews here will tell you pretty much everything you need to judge this game, but I will add that I first tried playing it on "Dreadmyre" mode without any instructions or skips on mini-games, and it was highly frustrating. A lot of the mini-games seemed difficult to figure out rather than logical and intuitive. Even when I went back and set it to the easiest level of difficulty, it wasn't always clear what a couple of the games wanted from me! I felt like I was taking an IQ test at times rather than playing a game. There were also an awful lot of "sudoku" style mini-games--too many for my liking, personally--and at least one that I still couldn't figure out even with instructions and watching the solution reveal itself when I clicked "skip"! However, the game is nice and long, so you get your money's worth, and there is very little in the way of HO here. So if you like adventure and mini-games, this one will intrigue you! February 14, 2013
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
Fairy story It's a nice game with the fairy story. There are a lot of interesting and varied HOS. But the graphic looks like unfinished and a little fuzzy. It spoils the overall impression of the game. In this game we have an assistant (it's a dragon, he can set fire to objects) but sometimes I didn't understand at once all the situations where I had to use him (The dragon can destroy obstacles (for example, he can destroy a dry grass). I played the demo, during this time we can visit 11 locations and play 9 mini-games. August 31, 2012
The End ????? I have played the other three Awakening games and was pleased to see this one. I enjoyed playing it but found too many mini games very annoying. Apart from that not much to complain about. I don't believe it is the conclusion after playing the extra game. September 7, 2012
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