Awakening: The Redleaf Forest

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Brought to you by Boomzap Games, the creators of the Awakening series, Dana Knightstone, Otherworld, and Botanica series.

Queen Sophia embarks on one final journey to rescue her parents and to defeat Dreadmyre once and for all. Her search has led her to the Redleaf Forest where she is to find the centaur who can help her forge the Blade of Courage. Will Sophia finally defeat the evil which has shadowed over her journey and be able to reunite with her parents?

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 496 MB
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Awakening: The Redleaf Forest 3.4 5 12 12
A Journey's End We have watched Princess Sophia grow up on her magical journey, this child was born without magic yet has the drive and endurance to overcome obstacles and rule her people as their beloved Queen! Sophia awoke from a dreamless slumber only to find that her parents are under a powerful curse, a restless slumber for eternity! Her journey has taken us from The Dreamless Castle to the beautiful Moonfell Woods, The Goblin Kingdom, The Skyward Castle (where she takes the throne) The Sunhook Spire and now the final leg of her journey, The Redleaf Forest. She has been told that the Centaurs are capable of forging The Blade of Courage, the only weapon that can destroy the evil Dreadmyer responsible for her parents curse. Will Queen Sophia defeat Dreadmyer, will she be able to lift the curse and finally be reunited with her parents? This is indeed one of the best fairy tale themed series out there, although it is necessary to play this series in order, I highly recommend that you start at the beginning because the story really is good. I loved the newer format of the Hidden Object Scenes, they are very interactive. You may have to find and place a knight's breastplate which will cause the mace to fall, you then must place the mace on the rack with the other weapons and swap the weapons until they are in the correct sequence which will then show you the correct code to unlock a treasure chest and so forth. The mini games are simple puzzles as with all of the Awakening games, not too easy not too hard, and almost always entertaining. You may have to swap two sections on 4 different bars until the two sections line up and match a totem key when you pull the lever. Ran the owl is still by our side as our hint icon, which will tell you there's nothing to do here or ask if you want to teleport to an area with an active task. That hungry, mossflower eating pocket dragon has returned as well to help us with anything that requires extreme heat! In my opinion, this Standard Edition is the better value unless you really want a built in strategy guide. I'm sad that this magical journey had to end, but all good things must come to an end, right? Enjoy! June 29, 2014
DELIGHTFUL AND ENTERTAINING SUMMARY: A delightful and entertaining game. Graphics, voice overs, sounds, artistry, story, animation, HOS and puzzles are awesome. Only downside is that it appears the series is ending. Love all the BoomZap series - I have every one. I can never find much that needs improvement in their games. This is a wonderful addition to your games. IF YOU WANT A LONGER AND MORE DETAILED REVIEW REVIEW, READ ON. IF NOT, YOU CAN STOP HERE. STORY: Queen Sophia still hasn't saved her parents from their endless sleep. She must find Argenius, a centaur in the Redleaf Forest; he's the only blacksmith who can fashion a Sword of Courage to help Sophia defeat Dreadmyre. But just after she find Argenius, he is stolen by an Ogre. She must rescue him before she can save her parents. GAMEPLAY: is meticulous. In case you can't determine what the next major task is, you objectives are shown. To help you along the way, Ran the owl is back. From him, you can hear Sophia's and her friends thoughts and he will direct you to where to head next. The adorable pocket dragon is back to provide fire when needed. I hope he is moved to a new series because I'll just miss him. EFFECTS: Superb animation, use of color palettes, graphics, artistry and pleasant voice overs. Sound effects and voice overs are realistic (though it's a little hot to be listening to crackling fires right now). HOS, PUZZLES AND MINI-GAMES: The interactive HOS (including silhouettes) are moderately crowded and very detailed. The rich hues make finding objects a pleasure. Puzzles are interesting and objects needed to complete them are found nearby (usually within 2 or 3 screens). You will be looking to solve many at the same time. Mini-games are unique and creative. The difficulty level varies and one I ended up skipping because I couldn't figure it out. OTHER STUFF: Music is the same as with the previous Awakening games. Three modes of difficulty. I bought the CE instead of the CE because of the Collectibles and achievements and to meet the little princess (can't bear not finding out about her) and sow my seeds in the garden (what fun)! June 29, 2014
A satisfying conclusion to an epic story This is the final game in a six part series, so I would suggest starting from the beginning so you get the full effect of the story. The art is beautiful, and Sophia continues to meet interesting characters like the centaurs and dwarves. They are not as unique as the djinns of The Sunhook Spire, but still well-drawn and with interesting personalities and back stories. The hint functionality is very good, telling you where and what to do next; some other games give no feedback at all until you're in the correct location, forcing you to wander around randomly clicking the hint button until you get a response. The puzzles are on the easier side, much like the rest of this series, making this game suitable for younger children to play. September 15, 2014
Adequate ending for the series I thought this was a good ending for the Awakening series. Not great but good. The graphics and sound are fine. The puzzles are the standard ones, which after as many games as I've played are getting pretty easy. I do like the HOS mix - sometimes words, sometimes images, sometimes you are finding objects, sometimes putting things back. A few times the story flow didn't quite help with telling me what I had to do next and I had to resort to looking at the map but not that often. The length was good. I'm glad I didn't let myself be put off by the negative reviews and plaid the series to the end. July 8, 2014
Actually like this one alot I have struggled in the past with the Awakening games, not enough guidance on what needs to be done. This one has a map that takes you where you need to go which I don't remember from the others. The story is good for me though to be honest I don't really cue in much to the storyline all the time. Graphics beautiful, challenging enough without making me want to hiss...well worth it. Maybe people with more expertise think this one has been "dumbed down" but I really like it! September 16, 2014
Love the series! I lucked out and started playing from the beginning and have waited for each addition. This one did not disappoint! Ending was as expected. Hope a new series as good as this, begins soon. Now, the Bonus: you could have kept it; did not care for it, at all! Was very glad to be thru with it!! And the Garden: I'm still trying to find the flower stones?? in order to make the rest of the flowers. CAN'T FIGURE THAT OUT??? STILL LOVE 'BOON'!!!!! September 27, 2014
Ending at the Right Time I loved the early Awakening Games and happily waiting for each new one. But the lackluster effort on this game shows the story was ready to end. It's a good end, but a necessary one. Pros: beautiful graphics, cut scenes and backgrounds. Puzzles easy to low-medium, story adequate - not as compelling and the minor story (dwarves/centaurs) has no real meaning or climax but it's easy to follow. Intuitive objects, moves forward quickly. Cons: Same old, dragon rarely used and not really necessary, hidden objects and puzzles with grey/boulder/dark background are hard to see - one puzzle I just kept hititng hint until it was solved because i couldn't see the bricks well enough to solve it. Bad instructions for mini-games (not a new problem with boomzap). It's not a bad game and if you have played up to this one you owe it to yourself to see the satisfying ending. December 29, 2014
Disappointing I have loved the Awakening Series especially the earlier games The Dreamless Castle and Moonfell Wood which is my favourite game ever. This last game was a bit of slog to get through and I needed the hint a lot just to know where to go next. There are far fewer puzzles and they were a bit too easy . It was OK but not great. July 20, 2014
Really good for a free game coupon I tried this game as a CE and could not get through the demo. I felt patronized. I do not like a game whose creator thinks I am a dimwitted dolt. Well a few months land many expiring game coupons later I decided to risk it. It was better than tolerable. I remembered what I had found enchanting about the first one or two in the series. I did also realize that I still did not really enjoy the insult to my intellect. Is this game geared towards the 10 year old? It was o.k. but I am relieved they are wrapping up the series. I think the developers are better than this creation and I look forward to whatever else they come up with. July 1, 2014
Disappointing Conclusion Awakening had been my favorite series so far, but this last episode really fell below what the authors used to give us: -The storyline is thin compared to the previous episodes. -The idea of tearing a soul in parts and putting them in objects is an obvious page-ripping from Harry Potter. -There is no explanation to the gap between Dreadmyre the supervillain and Patrick Dreadmyre who served Sophia's parents from the 4th episode. - Grimble's design has changed so much that he was unrecognizable. -And finally, the games were really unchallenging compared to those in the previous episodes. This game could be for beginners, while the previous ones were for intermediate to advanced players. I really have the impression that the authors just wanted to wrap up the series in haste and just be done with it. July 6, 2014
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