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Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny Collector's Edition

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Escape from a beautiful and deadly world in Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny! You left the big city to start a new life in Brownville, Louisiana, where your friends Ben and Louise have lined up a job for you. Your new boss, Simon, seems like a friendly enough guy –he even suggests the four of you play a nice game of cards when you arrive. But it turns out that this is no ordinary game… The second you set a card down on the table, you find yourself in a strange world. As you explore your surroundings, it starts to sink in – you and your friends have become living pieces in someone's deadly game. Can you survive to the end? Find out in this gorgeous Hidden Object Adventure game!

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:

  • A bonus adventure that reveals the true nature of the game!
  • Replayable mini-games and a bonus puzzle game
  • Gorgeous wallpapers and concept art
  • An available Strategy Guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 1515 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
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Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny Collector's Edition 4 5 47 47
Not the best of Blam! but darn entertaining nonetheless Review based on entire game plus bonus. I have always enjoyed Blam! Studios' games. Is this up to a par with The Keepers? Probably not, but does it deserve all the bad hype? No, I don't think so either. You really have to give this one more than 10 minutes or an hour for the demo to judge. Within that time you are nowhere near the best of this as their games are tend to be long (and we haven't even got to the bonus yet). I didn't find the graphics outdated, fuzzy, unclear or anything of the sort. For me, they were bright and perfectly clear. The gameplay is different and it's already been said so well by others, so I won't go into it all again. Suffice to say, it's different to what we're used to. For that alone, it should get kudos points. One thing about the bonus gameplay - as ever with Blam! it's a very good length and I almost always enjoy that part more than the main game. Here, in this one we understand that the villain in the main game really isn't so bad, after all. More a character of unfortunate circumstance. I've never watched Jumanji other than the trailers and a few minutes, but I'm aware what it's about. This, to me, is more like a warning to us all not to meddle with strange games, riddle boxes (another movie altogether) and the like for fear of what may happen. Of course, it's all complete fantasy, such as vampires, and at least to me, this game wasn't at all occult. It was just a bit of fun. Yes, you don't require to be Einstein with this one, but in my opinion (humble or not) it's a darn sight better game than we've had with the recent Emerald Maiden and Love Alchemy. Looking forward to what Blam! will do next. January 2, 2014
4 stars...unique storyline, lush graphics, lovely ambient music Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny Developed by Blam! Games Collector's Edition Review based on demo IN THE BEGINNING... Your friend Ben has offered you a way out of the Great Depression, a job with his employer, Simon. So you leave the City for the small town of Brownville to meet Ben at Simon's Club. As you approach the Club, a strange woman wielding playing cards warns you away but, since you're desperate, you ignore her warning. Simon suggests you all play a game of cards before beginning work. But as soon as you set your first card down on the table, reality begins to blur and you find yourself in a surreal, nightmarish world. From a crystal ball, Simon informs you that you're in the game, and that all of you must survive in order to win. PLAY THE GAME... In addition to finding items conveniently lying around the landscape, you'll also have magic cards to use against the elements. The first one you activate is the Ice Card, which is fitting since the first World you're in is the World of Fire. There are interactive HO scenes and puzzles as well. Despite what some other reviewers said, I didn't have an issue keeping track of where I was or what my next task was. SIGHTSEEING? The graphics are lushly colorful and somewhat stylized, but not flattened. I thought the style appropriate to the game theme. Animation was excellent. SOUND WAVES? I really enjoyed the music, as it was mostly ambient rather than melodic, which I always think is more conducive to immersion. Game sounds were appropriate, and voiceovers weren't too bad. TOOLBOX? I didn't access the map, but others have said it's both interactive and transports. The inventory bar locks, thank the Universe. The SG is pretty standard and doesn't follow your progress. EXTRA, EXTRA? I must admit to curiosity about the bonus adventure?the reason behind the game. It strikes me as a blend of Jumanji, D&D, and Magic: The Gathering. There are achievements for various accomplishments, collectibles in the form of jigsaw puzzle pieces, and the usual offerings. THE LAST WORD? I enjoyed the gameplay, appreciated the storyline, liked the sights and sounds, and loved the surrealism of the scenery, so this will probably be a buy for me. January 3, 2014
I'm Still Undecided! This is Blam's first HOPA of 2014, and it appears that they've started the year on a good note. However, while I enjoyed the demo, I think something's missing. I can't quite put my finger on it, but it's the missing factor that's keeping me from buying this. The story is great. It's unique and new and extremely exciting! As others have commented, the game kind of reminded me of Jumanji, the movie about the players being stuck in the game world, because this is exactly what happens in this game. It's a nice story with a couple of twists. If you asked me whether I liked the story or the gameplay better, I'd definitely say the story. This game, like most others by Blam, is story driven. The demo ended on a good note, and I'm kind of wondering what's going to happen next. One small comment I'd like to make is that I have issues with knowing who the villain is immediately. I'd prefer it if we were kept guessing for a little bit and then informed sometime during the demo. Not knowing who the villain is straight away adds to the excitement of stories. Had we been kept guessing for a little bit, it might have swayed me in the purchase direction. After thinking for a bit, I think I've found out what's missing from this game. It's not really that fun. In a game that's not all that fun, the story has to be excellent, and this one was good, but not excellent. I would've liked something unique and different for the gameplay as well as the story. Instead, it's just the same old puzzles and the same old HOS. That being said, it doesn't mean I didn't like the HOS and puzzles, because I enjoyed them a fair bit. There is only one type of HOS, and that is the classic junkpile. In an earlier game, this developer included silhouette HOS as well. This game would have been better if the silhouette HOS were a part of it. The puzzles were better than most games. I was actually able to solve all of them, if I remember correctly. What I liked was that they weren't so blatantly obvious and weren't over in about two clicks. This game had puzzles that really made me think, but weren't too hard, and I enjoyed that. This is a rarity for me, but I really enjoyed the cute little animal helper! I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it. I must be going soft! The animal, which I named Fuzzy (for obvious reasons), was a brilliant addition to this game, and I loved using it when I got the chance! I hope, if I buy the game, I get to use it a lot more! The graphics are good, but I've definitely seen much better. With that said, I found the graphics to be clear, although not necessarily detailed. The HOS were clear, as were the character designs, but it's incredibly hard to give top marks when there are other developers out there who put so much more detail in. The voice-overs were standard. They weren't outstanding, but they weren't terrible either. I have no comment. FEATURES 4 modes of difficulty: Casual, Advanced, Hard and Custom. I played Casual. Hint/Skip- both recharge at a fair speed for the difficulty, and the hint is useful outside HOS. Diary- keeps track of events. It can also be used to replay cutscenes. Map- the map is interactive and extremely helpful. It lets you know where your next task needs to be completed. Animal helper- extremely adorable. I loved it. It is used a couple of times in the demo. CE EXCLUSIVES Bonus chapter- unsure if needed. Replay HOS Replay puzzles Built in Strategy Guide Achievements Collectibles All the usual stuff like Concept Art, music, etc. This is a good game, but is not great. At the time of writing this review, I'm still undecided as to whether I want it or not. I recommend the trial to see what you make of it. I also recommend that you get the SE as I don't think the CE is worth it. January 5, 2014
Enter a Game World Full of Danger and Mystery. Based on demo. You travel to a new town for a job, but when you arrive you find your new employer is not what he seems. He traps you in a fantastical game world and you have to play and win to save yourself and others from death. This game is not scary despite the plot. The graphics are bright and the creatures you meet are whimsical and cute. You even have a furry, purple friend who helps you out during the game. Any age can play. This is a CE so there are achievements to earn and puzzle pieces to collect. The graphics are pretty good and so are the VOs. Cut scenes are nice and you can replay them in the journal. HOSs are clear and puzzles are of medium difficulty. There is a journal and an interactive map to help you play. This is a nice game, not exceptional, but good. It didn't grab me even though I enjoyed the plot line: trapped in a game and playing for your life isn't a plot that's been done over and over. I probably won't buy the CE, but will wait for the SE. January 2, 2014
Beware all who enter here!!!! Playing as the main character, you receive a call from your friend to come to Brownville,Louisiana. Times are hard and you need a job. Brownville, according to your friend Ben, have many jobs available. You buy a bus ticket and head to Brownville. Now, the town is unassuming. It's dilapidated and out dated. It looks like some movie set out of the thirties or forties with Humphrey Bogart and Edward G. Robinson in their famous gangster role. You walk in the casino and look around. There are round gambling tables, a jukebox in the corner, posters on the wall, and a long bar with an old fashioned cash register. The first table you see is a card table with your friends Ben and Louise and the guy (Simon) who is suppose to be giving you a job. You thought you were going to work on an oil rig or be a farm hand or something. But nooo!!! The first thing the guy wanted was not your resume. It is to play a card game with him. You're taken aback but say yes, you'll play because you want to be friendly. Now dear friends... this is no ordinary card game. This is a game of life and death. Simon is not who he seems! And, suddenly you are whisked away through some kind of portal and where you land, nobody knows. The worlds and creatures are strange and some are downright dangerous. OH!! and you have the cutest little helper creature you've ever seen. But, you have to be on your toes at all times. And, you have to solve puzzles, HOS, and concoct potions and what-not in order to get out of the game alive! If you don't get out (win the game) dear friends; Ben, Louise, and you will remain in the game forever. Your souls will be caught and held there by the master of the game. And the master of the game is sure not Simon. Mahahaha, enter at your own risk. March 10, 2014
Interesting different story It took me awhile to see what the story was about, but once I did, I found it intriguing. The visuals were well done and love the fact characters speak; music is annoying as it is the same tones and not melodic. Puzzles were not too difficult and HOs were satisfyingly just about the right challenge. I am interested in finding out if I can meet the challenge of getting out of the game, but think I will wait for the SE as I had no need for a guide. I guess if I get really bored and need something to do, I may break down and buy the CE. January 2, 2014
Finally An Original Idea! full game pros wonderful graphics original storyline interactive map great sound nice vo's engaging characters especially your helper (too cute) liked the sg very much cons puzzle pieces really? those had nothing to do with the story or theme of the game very hard to find and just a plain nuisance. i could understand cards or animals something more relevant to the game. personal thoughts had me at the get go loved it really and i would have given it 5 stars if not for those nasty puzzle pieces. i mean if you find them all do you get to put them together or what? all in all a great buy :) worth the money even the bc was fun! i would have bought it even without achievements =^^= February 1, 2014
Different Theme It may not be an outstanding game but I did like that it was different from the typical themes where you go into a "game world of cards". You use cards to do things like freeze the river of lava so you can cross over with the ice card. You can earn the usual achievements and collect puzzle pieces along the way. Graphics are very nice with attention to detail and the mini games are fairly easy. HOS aren't exactly the best but ok. Overall, a good game to play if you want something out of the ordinary. January 2, 2014
ESCAPE! FROM REALITY while i've seen some reviews that criticize the gameplay, for me this was truly a fantastical escape ... the concept is creative and the artwork is visually stunning ... when i got back to the beginning at th end of the game, i just didn't remember it for several seconds ... SUCCESS! ... the game achieved taking me on a beautiful escape ... i really enojoyed this one ... the hos were relatively simple, but not so simple that i didn't enjoy ... same goes for the puzzles ... while i've had more challenging puzzles, i didn't have to work to hard to proceed in the game ... this was worth the price and now i can play the bonus game while i am waiting for my NEXT GREAT ADVENTURE ... good for you BLAM! January 3, 2014
Come to Brownville To Play Great game. You are invited to Brownville to play a game of cards. Only problem you get stuck in the game. There are great mini-puzzles and the hidden objects are clear and interactive. The bonus game is long and there are collectables to find. January 12, 2014
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