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Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner

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Every passing day disengages little Emmy away from reality! Guide Helen Wheeler as she takes a risky journey inside the mind of her niece to get to the bottom of the problem. But be cautious! Childhood memories and wondrous fantasies are not the only things you will find here: the Dreamscape is corrupted. And you are not welcome.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 513 MB
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Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner 3.9 5 24 24
A very nice game! Creepy and cute at the same time! You get to enter the mind of your niece Emmy, who seems to be lost in her dreams. In this dreamworld you need to find the solution for her fears and save her. I waited for the SE to come out, as I read from other reviewers that the CE didn't offer anything special. When there are no collectibles or achievements I tend to buy the SE. So, now finally here it is! It's a lovely game, with a very good flow and a good storyline (although nothing really that we haven't seen before). But I really loved it, it is beautifully drawn, and very clear and lots of attention to details. The HOS are good, with clear items, nothing to tiny, maybe even a bit on the easy side for me. Puzzles are partially well known, some new one's and of medium difficulty. There is a very nice jump-map, that shows you where there is something to do. And of course there is Barry, Emmy's teddybear you find very early on in the game. He is really cute and helps you along the way with tips. He has a very friendly voice, but is not too talkative. I have been anxiously waiting for this SE to come out, and already spent a couple of very fine hours with it. Now I have to hurry and got on, as I absolutely want to know what happens next! Happy gaming all! Enjoy. November 3, 2013
DELIVERS THE SCARY AND SPOOKY ELEMENTS I love scary movies and this game has got to be among the top 5 scariest/spookiest games I've ever played. The animations that turn ordinary objects into imaginative, scary, grotesque characters is the best I've seen. Objects just seem to naturally morph into creatures from your worst nightmares. The voice overs are pretty good; you get an interactive map; hint system recharges fairly fast. The HOS are very nicely done - you get a break from having objects morphing into horrific scenes. This is a game to play on a dark, stormy night. (Too bad we don't have them in L.A.) I would suggest with the lights off, but the graphics and animation might be a bit much. I think I would actually get a nightmare, even with the lights on at night. SUMMARY: Love that this nightmare of a game actually lives up to its description. There are quite a few games which promise you a scary and nightmarish atmosphere. Some came close to delivering, but next to this one, I will have to redefine what a nightmarish game is. Some people will likely have a difficult time accepting it. Beautiful graphics and first rate story. November 3, 2013
awesome surprise!!!!! NEVER NEVER EXPECTED THIS INGENIUS STORY AMAZING COLORS SUPURB VOICES WHAT A TREAT!! GOT IT WITH A COUPON WOULD HAVE PAID THE $7. OR MORE LOVED EVERY SECOND OF THIS GAME!!!PARTS WERE HARD THANK GOD FOR THE HINT BEAR!! GREAT LENGTH FOR SE I HOPE THE CATCUS AND MACKSYM ARE HARD AT WORK ON A NEW JEWEL!!! THANK YOU!!!!! November 27, 2013
Stranded Dreamscapes: The Prisoner This is a delightful game to play! I found it to be quite entertaining and fun to play. So many of the games are gloomy and far too much running around it seems just to fill in time wise. If you desire a break from doom and gloom, I think you will enjoy this game. November 3, 2013
GREAT HIDDEN OBJECT GAME REALLY KEPT ME INTERESTED FOR THE ONE HOUR CS EXCELLENT TRIAL CANNOT WAIT TO FINISH IT. GREAT STORY LINE, GRAPHIC DLEAR. November 4, 2013
I love this game! It is easy for the new HO user. I loved that there wasn't a whole lot of HO everywhere you turned. I love this game! It is easy for the new HO user but fun for the kid in me. I loved that there wasn't a whole lot of HO everywhere you turned. There were mini challenges and other things to do. I loved the bear that was your hint guide. November 3, 2013
Hidden Object facing fears Good vs Evil! Love the games where I am the hero! November 3, 2013
Differences to the Collector's Edition... :) When it came out as a Collector?s Edition, I was very unsatisfied with the CE?s offer: It should offer more than a bonus-chapter replayable hidden-object-scenes and minigames, concept art, gallery, strategy guide etc?. Stranded Dreamscapes is not a bad game at all? Graphics are detailed, although a bit old-fashioned. Story is interesting and the effects, when a bad dream setting transforms into a good dream is welldone. Caution: Lots of spiders and snakes!! Facts: 6 chapters, 2 modes to choose from, very helpful map: showing available action and is able to take you there, lockable inventory, Barry the teddybear is your direction giving hint. 13 hidden-object scenes, all from list with very few interactions, most of them played twice with a new list. Items are good to find! 17 welldone minigames, not too challenging, we have for example Sudoku, light up all bulbs, activate tiles in the right order, swap tiles, repeat sequences, rotation puzzles? It has quite a good length: about 3 1/2 hours in casual mode, with no minigames skipped! This Standard-Edition ends conclusively. Bonus-Chapter offered in the Collector?s Edition is an additional story with another hour to play. We have a lot to do and to explore and it is a nice hidden-object-adventure game. Have a try and decide for yourself? :) November 3, 2013
Split Personality? Your niece Emmy has gone into a deep coma and now you must enter her dreams/nightmares to guide her back. Barry her favorite Teddy Bear is also along for the ride and in Emmy's dreams, Barry can talk so at least your not alone on this creepy journey! An evil girl has taken over Emmy's beautiful dreams and turned them into dreadful nightmares, and as you return bits and pieces of the nightmare back to their original state Emmy starts to improve. This is a good game, very easy to play, but personally I'm not impressed with the graphics. The HOS are slightly interactive list finds and they are very easy as well. The mini games are entertaining, some new some old some easy some require you to put on your thinking cap. One puzzle requires you to read a couple of clues about team placement that goes by color and you have to figure out which color is first, second etc. some are simple pictures that you complete by swapping tiles. Enjoy! November 4, 2013
Which evil is worse? The nightmare one or the real life one? First, it should be noted that this game is not from the same developer as Dreamscapes: The Sandman, and is not a continuation of that series. OK, onto the review. Your niece Emmy has horrific nightmares. Her mom Mary is a scientist, and has been attempting to cure them, to no avail. In fact, Mary herself has fallen into a coma as a result of her attempts. Now you must work with Dr. Sullivan and enter Emmy's nightmares (like the movie The Cell) to resolve her fears and cure her distress. The graphics are quite painterly in style, but objects are easy to recognize for the most part. The scenes are eerie and dark in color until you resolve Emmy's fear, whereupon they transform into cheery and vibrant. Animation is a bit cartoonish, but the characters do lip synch after a fashion. The nightmare Emmy is definitely creepy! I didn't take much notice of the music, so it must serve its function of remaining in the background while adding to the player's immersion. Same thing with ambient and game sounds. The voiceovers are extremely professional, which is a good thing as there is a lot of conversation between characters to further the story. A lot of gameplay time is spent finding shapes to fit locks and puzzles, which has become a staple of casual gameplay, unfortunately, and is getting rather boring. Developers take note: we're tired of finding endless keys, regardless of their shape. HO scenes are of the junk pile variety and minimally interactive. There are some original puzzles here?a pleasant surprise. I did note that the file size is rather small, and the game downloaded and installed very quickly, so I'm assuming this is not a long game. However, I'd say it's weighted about 70-30% adventure to HO scenes, so it may just be that it's not stuffed with filler HO scenes that serve no real purpose. I do recommend the SE, especially with the current sale. Just at the end of the demo, a sinister subplot was foreshadowed, and I found the storyline engaging enough, the gameplay interesting enough, and the graphics enchanting enough that I want to know what happens. November 3, 2013
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