Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms Collector's Edition

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(785.51 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

A thrilling new fantasy series from Boolat Games, makers of Timeless: The Forgotten Town and Dark Cases: The Blood Ruby.

The doctors have failed. Now your sister, the Queen, lies on her deathbed - you are her last hope! Rumor has it that a mystical cure exists in the faraway kingdom of Goldthorne... but no one dares to go there since the last king mysteriously vanished. Do you have the courage to face the unknown and save your sister? Find out as you soar high into a world of floating islands, talking cats, and magical dragons. But beware - sinister forces are watching you from the shadows in this exciting 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:

  • Join Muir, the cat, in a bonus adventure
  • Play a secret game with King Harald and Muir
  • Collect silver and gold tokens to decorate the Cat Room
  • Concept art, wallpapers, videos, music, and mini-games
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 859 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms Collector's Edition 4.6 5 69 69
I love dragons In the opening cutscene the greedy prince wants the treasure and will obviously do anything to get it, on the word of Aldred, the Regent of Goldthorne who is behind him. As he puts in the amulet he begins to change into a dragon. You have been transported to Goldthorne to find the Golden Dragon to get the Elixir of Life to save your deathly ill sister's life. You save the life of Muir, a cat who becomes your helper during the game and he says you need to talk to his friend Rald, who is also a dragon. Visually it is beautiful and the art is very well done. The music is not annoying and fit well for the scenes. There are three levels casual, normal and expert. The extras include Bonus Game, Strategy Guide, Media, The Cat Room which you furnish using gold and silver tokens, 11 Achievements and a Secret Game. The hos and mini games were not hard and they can be quickly completed. Enjoyed to game, at some places a little slow, but the storyline was interesting and kept me entertained. July 4, 2014
Heartwarming romp through fantasy land I bought this on the promise of dragons. And there were dragons so right then and there the game was a success. What it also had was a pretty standard story juiced up a bit through the way it's told and wonderful atmosphere to boot. The little helper, Muir, was a welcome guide and really the corner stone to why I enjoyed the game as much as I did. Shame the Extra story didn't give us more time with him. Perhaps in a sequel? Otherwise it follows the standard formula for Hidden Ojbect Games but does so well, the hints are useful and I never even needed the map until later in the game when I got turned around which is a boon to the game. I never needed the strategy guide in any big way except for the collectibles which are very optional which is perhaps less good but ultimately not very important. My only real complaint is that there were few puzzles that made me scratch my head. I can probably count them on one hand and I only skipped one puzzle and that was in the Extra story. More challenge would've been preferred and like others have commented on in the reviews, it feels very much like baby's first HOG which is both good and bad, depending on what you want, of course. Finally, to round up the review, the grahpics are clear and crisp, very colorful and goes hand in hand with the music. The cutscenes are somewhat amateurish as are the human characters but the rest is beautiful art work. Do I recommend the game? I do. It's not necessarily a very long game, I got through it in about 3 or 4 hours and I doubt anyone used to HOGs would struggle with it for much longer. But more importantly, I got through the game that fast in one sitting because I simply couldn't put it down. And that's a review in and of itself. July 4, 2014
Not CE Worthy... Hi all. We have dragons! I love dragons and was excited to see this game today. The graphics are more old school and in some places, very cartoon like, but well done. Game play was very good until the demo ended and then it froze when I tried to exit. Music isn't too bad, but gets annoying fairly quickly. Voice overs are very well done. I really like the dragon voice, sounds a bit like James Earl Jones. Jump map is the standard for these games and is useful. SG really isn't necessary with the map and the hint system. Hint will also transport you to the location you need and it is quite helpful otherwise. As always, I do not like the SG, as it does not stay on the last page you visited when you leave the game. Why can the devs not fix this?? You have a helpful cat as well, who gets into small holes or high places to retrieve something for you. He also tells the story as you progress in the games. HOPs are clean and clear and items are not difficult to find, no eye strain. Puzzles were quite simple, no great thought here. The only collectibles are the coins, gold or silver, and are not difficult to find, but some you really have to look for. Some scenes have more than one, so be on the lookout for them. Didn't take the time to see what you did with them. This was not a difficult or very challenging game. I am sure it works well for a beginner, but I do not see that it is CE worthy. There are no extra bells or whistles. The game is very quiet as far as sound FX, which really help to build a story and the excitement that this one didn't have. I'm not even sure I would get this as an SE either. I recommend for beginners. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may find this one to be exactly what you are looking for. Thanks for the reviews. June 14, 2014
Dreampath put me to sleep... Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms Review based on Completed Demo PREFACE? While this is a stunningly beautiful game with lovely music, gameplay is simple and not at all groundbreaking. The storyline is complex, but boils down to the "relative in trouble" theme we've all seen done to the death. And there are an awful lot of cutscenes relating the backstory, almost as if this is an interactive story rather than a game. ONCE UPON A TIME... ?there were two kingdoms irrevocably joined together to keep evil at bay. But the King of Goldthorne gave in to greed and was found unworthy of the crown. The Queen of Silverstar?your sister, Mellisandra?fell ill, and the court physician, Lucius, was unable to cure her. Lucius had heard that the mystical Elixir of Life was hidden in Goldthorne, and you agreed to embark upon a quest to find it, so he magically transported you there. But all is not as it seems in Goldthorne, and sinister forces are working against you. Will you be able to save Mellisandra's life? PLAY THE GAME... Adventure mode finds you unlocking locked rooms and chests with keys, shaped items, and magic. There are clues to gather for some of these. HO scenes are of several types: interactive word list, multiples of the same object, and interactive silhouette. Puzzles include both retreads and unique ones. SIGHTSEEING? The graphics are richly colored without being garish, and really evoke the fairy tale theme. Light and shadow are used to create dimension that brings you into the scene. Animation is superb, both the more realistic type used in-game and the more comic book style used to relate the story. SOUND WAVES? The background music has a medieval feel to it, which is appropriate and aids in immersion. Voiceovers are professional; each fits the character. Environmental sounds are really good and realistic. TOOLBOX? The map transports and shows active areas, and the journal, which resembles a manuscript, does a great job of noting clues. The inventory panel locks open. Lastly, you have Muir the cat as a helper for high places and small spaces. (Yes, he's mildly cute, but not annoyingly so.) EXTRA, EXTRA? Extras include a bonus adventure with Muir, a secret game, collectible silver and gold tokens which you may use to decorate Muir's room, the SG, and the developer's portfolio of sights and sounds. THE LAST WORD? I have mixed feelings about this game. While there's nothing necessarily wrong with it, I failed to become immersed in the story which, I thought, was told at a snail's pace. Gameplay was very easy, although this is not something I downgrade for, because sometimes it's nice to play a relaxing game rather than a challenging one. My recommendation is to try the demo yourself. As for me, I believe I'll pass for now. Another notable game from this dev that I do recommend is Timeless: The Lost Castle. June 14, 2014
Could have been a 5-star Game froze VERY often. Had to Ctrl+Alt+Del MANY times. Good story, beautiful, and interesting puzzles and HOPs BUT the freezing was so aggravating that it was a shame. I kept playing through the frustration so it still kept me entertained. Amazing, considering the constant restarts. July 3, 2014
No Excitement I played all the demo and found the game very slow and not exciting. There is nothing new in the plot, it is a very easy game. The graphics were fine, clear and bright. The HOPs were not junk piles. Puzzles very easy. I think the game could have been much better with some extra work. I love animals in games, but the cat, Muir got to be really irritating with all his talking. It is a no buy for me, but to those who like this type of game I would say buy and enjoy. June 14, 2014
should've wait for SE Main game was fun, but bonus,,, *sigh* Lightbulbs in a cavern killed all joy. Why no skip button for this thing? Frustrated and dissapointed. June 21, 2014
Boring I dont understand all the good reviews. For me the game, based on the demo version was just boring. Vsually pale and amateurish. The cat figure was stiff and not natural. The fairy tale character got quickly boring. Not my cup of tea. June 27, 2014
Are we 12? I enjoy the occasional trip to fantasy land, but from the outset this one had me wanting to throw it away without even completing the demo. I decided to give it a fair chance as so many had rated it highly. My mistake. Animal helpers are rarely effective. They might be fine for a teenager or child, but once you are over 20 they are annoying at best. This one was one of the worse I have seen yet and should have been put away with the stuffed toys. This game must have been designed for really young audiences, or perhaps just very young at heart. The voice of the cat was grating on the nerves and made my teeth itch like nails on the chalkboard. There is very little challenge in the standard puzzles, the artwork was adequate and forgettable, ambient sound un-magical. I have herd some reviewers complain that you shouldn't judge games on the demo, but really, I played that in less than 30 minutes and it was a chore, so why would I want to? For me fantasy should be Pans Labyrinth or even Maleficent, but this was more on the level of My Little Pony. And I am well past puberty. June 30, 2014
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