Bridge to Another World: Burnt Dreams Collector's Edition

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$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

You’ll never forget the day the monstrous mist rose up and snatched away your little brother – while you watched helplessly from the bridge. But now, after twenty years, the mist has returned – and so has your determination to free him. But first you must confront the evil Countess, who keeps him painting creatures she has learned to burn into reality! Can you face your fears and help your brother finally escape the mysterious island where his dreams come to life - or will the whole world enter the mist? Enter a world where art and reality join hands, in this heart-stopping, hidden-object adventure!

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:

  • Gripping bonus gameplay
  • Exciting new quests
  • Unlockable collectibles and achievements
  • Stunning wallpapers and concept art
  • Integrated strategy guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 945 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
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Bridge to Another Bore Thank goodness there's a trial provided for these games -- I bailed after half an hour with this one. The opening of the story was very hurried -- your little brother disappears into the mist because of why? and you enlist Dr. Haig because of what? "Solutions" don't make sense, and the figures (people, fairies) are very poorly drawn and their voices are rather awful -- better suited to ads selling cars or merchandise. In short, I do NOT recommend this game. April 7, 2014
Feedback For Developer - Review Based On Demo Fun Factor: Sorry developer and I honestly don't mean to be harsh here but excuse me while I yawn. This game for me was more like a snooze fest. While it's all been done before that is word list and interactive silhouettes, there's not really much more any developer can do with the HOS but I quite enjoy these. I'm a fan of the HOS. This was about the only thing I can say I honestly enjoyed about this game. Visual/sound Quality: Yet again, sorry developer. I thought the graphics were quite hideous,amateurish, foggy though I think some scenes are suppose to be foggy but sorry I'm not a fan of these kind of graphics. The characters just seemed very odd and misplaced to me. They also appeared wooden with little to no animation to them. The voice overs OK but then again nothing to write home about. Level of Challenge: While you did provide a custom mode and while I didn't have any sparkles I still had black bar tips no matter what I checked or unchecked in the custom mode. For me there was absolutely no challenge at all to this game. I didn't use the map, hint/skip or strategy guide. Inventory pretty much used right away or I didn't have to travel too far. The puzzles/mini games: I'm not a fan. Less the better. Having said this: These were quite simple for me with just a few clicks of the mouse or just time consuming, boring, tedious and nothing really any different than I've seen in many games. Storyline: For me there was nothing new, fresh, unique and especially awesome about this story. I've had quite enough with the fantasy, fairies, animal helpers/creatures that you have to find stuff for games from other developers. I would say "cutesy" but the dragon helper I found downright ugly and when I got to the part in the game with the other ugly creature who lost their key chain I almost pulled the plug on this game here but was curious where the end of the demo would take me. Sorry developer but yet another great big YAWN here. The so called CE extras: Achievements/collectibles: I use to be a huge fan now I just find it a huge distraction. Wallpapers while I've used a few from some games this isn't a must have for me. The majority of the games I've never looked at them let alone use them. Strategy Guide; I've used for a few games but once again rarely looked at it but is nice to have with the game just in case needed. Concept art/music: I've never once used this "fluff" in any game I've played. Replay of HOS/mini games/puzzles: I've never done this. Once I've completed a game it's time for me to move on to the next happening game. I sure hope you aren't jumping on the band wagon with some of the other developers here having all of your games being this fantasy, rescue/helping creature, fairies in games. The same old rehashed and predictable stories. Could you please make a true adult game? While it's been done before but a whodunit type of game? I quite like these. Crime solving story that is actually suspenseful instead of predictable and more on the true adventure side where I have to actually think where to go/do next with some actual travel back/forth in the game? Great character interaction, voice overs and graphics. No ghost or hideous monsters. Characters that actually look real. You can even throw in a few HOS. As I mentioned I'm a fan of these especially when there is variety in the ways to find them. Also a true custom mode that actually applies to the game? I prefer no sparkles/black bar tips. Just provide me with a quick charge up hint/skip button and I'll decide if I need help or need to skip anything in the game. A smile and wink to you here: Although I didn't like this game Actually absolutely loathed it. I'm still pretty sure you are talented at developing games so please put your talent to use here instead of this so called "extra fluff." cause truth be told I'd be willing to pay $13.99 for an actual "game" that's about 4 to 5 hours long (I don't need for a game to go on for many hours as I like to play in one setting) without this so called "extra fluff." Yet another truth be told I've been finding some of Big Fish SE games on the site here A LOT better quality than these CE games that cost me twice as much! I jumped off the CE wagon a few months ago. Sorry but this game is definitely a no go for me and I won't be purchasing the SE when that comes out either. I do however look forward to your next game offering Just maybe that might be a winner for me! March 30, 2014
NO NO NO NOT ANOTHER ONE I haven't bought a game in awhile because the graphics are not pleasing - especially this one. What's with all the pinks and greens? Where is Elephant Games? March 29, 2014
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