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Mad Head Games, the innovative creators of the Rite of Passage series, invites you to soar into a thrilling new adventure brand!

Greetings, human! As you know, our world is in peril, and there is nothing more we elves can do. But there is hope! You are the one we have been waiting for, the Champion who will brave the dangerous forbidden zone to retrieve the legendary Nucleus. With it, we can save this world and cure all sickness – and yes, even heal your dying father! The path will be dangerous, and enemies will try to stop you at every turn. But we have faith that you will prevail. So go forth, over the rooftops and down into the ruins of the Old World. Good luck, human. You will need it...

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
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Dawn of Hope: Skyline Adventure is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well worth playing Typical hero saves mankind adventure with a twist. No sinister looking evil doer in this one. The villain is an attractive female elf who hates humans and is trying to destroy their world. Graphics are good and pleasant to the eye. No dark scenes other than caves but that is infrequent. Story moves along steadily and doesn't skip around for no reason or to find or open unnecessary things. HO's are challenging but not boring and the puzzles and mini games add a nice change of pace. I bought this one based on playing the demo and I'm glad I did. This is the SE version but I can't foresee any big differences in the CE version. I highly recommend this game for a change of pace from your average HO that is out now. Enjoy this one.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from save this place from destruction the queen has been telling her people that she needed someone to come get the "nucleus" to fix the state of their world. you are that person. your father is sick and to make him better you need the "nucleus" in the "forbidden zone". people go in but don't return. your father is the only one that has ever returned. but he is dying and you have to finish what he had started and that entails going through the "forbidden zone". so that is what you do. just beware.......things are not always what they seem. there is a custom level and a map and a journal and a good hint system. i feel sure another one will come out.
Date published: 2017-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Future Fairy Challenge Not only was the story line engaging, but it had plenty of Hidden Object Scences, which I enjoy. The puzzles were challenging but interesting and the creaters threw a little romance into the mix. I played all the way through without stopping which is my best indicator if the game was good.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from In the mind of an... elf The first serious action-HOG I've seen in a long time. With your grappling hook you get to elevate yourself and jump from building to building, like Spiderman! yoohooo... Humans versus elves? Not quite.... There is a twist, thankfully.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from IS THERE HOPE FOR HUMANITY? Humanity no longer gives much credence to the prophecy foretold by their ancestors, in this post apocalyptic era. The world is different now. For hundreds of years now, humans have lived beside elves, in a world that is quickly dying. Both human and elven tribes have heard the Prophecy that a champion from the human world will enter the Forbidden Zone and retrieve the Nucleus that will heal the world. Humankind and elves have shared the same ill fates for hundred of years now, but will the Nucleus heal the fractured world that mankind destroyed? Is the Nucleus responsible for the ill fates of this post apocalyptic generation? Is the world ready for the Dawn of Hope? MAD HEAD games has done it again! It seem that this dev has been doing some thinking outside the box again, like 24/7 thinking, like professional thinking, their thinking is thinking. What I think I'm trying to get across, is that once again Mad Head has presented us with another game that has an original storyline, one that is fresh and holds your attention. Lately it seems that the demo of most games are difficult to get through because they simply don't hold your attention, and there's no cliff hangers at the end of the demo to make you want to download the rest of the game. Not so with Dawn of Hope, which admittedly has a couple of slow parts in the demo, but the demo ends so well that it would be difficult NOT to download the game to see what happens next! You don't get a fuzzy sidekick, and you certainly don't get a fancy electronic tablet or smartphone because in this world, electronics are worthless, unless they can be repurposed for survival. You do eventually get a makeshift tool that takes 2 common items and combines them to make a useful tool such as your grappling hook, after playing a Mini Game of course. In the Collector's Edition, most of the scenes have a hidden Elven Fairy to collect, a handful of Achievements to earn, and a Morphing Object within the HOP's. The Hidden Object Scenes are a wee bit disappointing, because usually this dev incorporates unusual themes within unusual scene locations. Most of the HOP's are interactive list finds but there are variations such as Spot the Difference, finding recipe items, finding items with a beam of light and finding items that match a black and white photo. The Mini Games are fairly easy for the most part. Below are brief descriptions of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Each time you use your grappling hook, you will play a few interactive mini games where you throw the hook at targets specified, or stop the targets when they are in the green zone of the meter. 2) Place ropes in the correct order using the existing pattern as a guide. 3) Match 3 variation game removing all runes by swapping runes strategically so no rune remains on the board. 4) Blocks variation where you select and move obstacles to clear a path for the trolley. 5) Select radio knobs to arrange notes according to the picture shown. 6) Move the doors and rotate or slide tiles to complete the images. The Collector's Edition has 16 Wallpapers, 10 Music Soundtracks, 14 Achievements, 18 Hidden Object scenes, a Collectible Hunt game, replayable Rune Games, Jigsaw Puzzles, a Character Gallery, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy the game before the world stops spinning!
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from CAN YOU FIND THE ARTIFACT AND HEAL THE DEVASTAION IN A DYING POST-APOCALYPTIC WORLD? From a developer who is now emerging as one of the most creative and innovative producers of casual games comes Dawn of Hope Skyline Adventure, an exciting sci-fi/fantasy blend that is sure to please gamers who have been clamoring for something different. At least for me this game represents the best of both genres so I knew it would be an instant purchase. In the opening cutscene the elven queen tells her people that since the time elves have started living along side of humans they have shared the same ill fates. The world is dying but there is hope: a prophecy that a champion from the world of humans will enter the forbidden zone and bring the queen a special artifact that will allow the queen to heal both worlds. The queen had hoped that Lana’s father was their long-awaited champion but he failed and the queen now asks you to take up the quest and succeed where he did not. You will play the game as Lana who is now trying desperately to save her dying father who returned from the “forbidden zone” in the lower world, after failing to find the artifact. Those who remain in the world now live “above” – in the trees and higher plateaus far from the destruction that once took place below. Will you be able to succeed in finding the artifact and save both your father? Face seemingly unsurmountable obstacles as you take up the quest to find the Nucleus and play through this wonderful new HOPA game. Something I love about this game is that the artists have been able to create awesome graphics that depict the decaying “forbidden zone” without every scene being totally drenched in tones of gray, brown, and black. Although the world below is dreary, there is still some brilliant color in the scenes as well. The voices are wonderful and with the overall sound package make the game see realistic. I was so immersed in the game that when the demo ended I knew that I had to keep going. The game tools include an interactive map but you also receive a magic rune table from your father’s friend Coop. This special cube will help you create or repair items by combining parts of other items after you play a mini-game to clear the runes from the top of the cube. A gimmick, of course, but I rather like this one. The HOPS were well-designed and very interactive. Lately, I have become a bit bored with some HOPS that seem to require a bit too much interaction but I actually enjoyed these as they are very creative. The mini-games were not difficult but maybe that is because I happen to enjoy the ones found in the demo. As we all know, the puzzles inevitably become more challenging as the game progresses but at least you can hit the skip button if you don’t want to solve them. If you enjoy the CE version of games, this one includes the following extras: there are 32 collectible fairies and 18 morphing objects to be found, and also 14 achievements to earn. The standard extras include the bonus game, strategy guide, 16 gorgeous wallpapers, soundtrack, and a Rune Game. Recently we have seen several excellent games from this developer and now I find myself eagerly waiting for their next release. Dawn of Hope Skyline Adventure shows that fantasy and sci-fi fit nicely to create a new type of game that I happen to love. The storyline is excellent and the gameplay moved smoothly through the storyline to present a game that I find very entertaining. Since the game was an instant buy for me, I need to post this review and get back to playing. As always, please try the demo to see if you will enjoy this game as well.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from YOUR FATHER AND YOUR WORLD ARE DYING!!! CAN YOU OFFER ANY HOPE?!? I BELIEVE YOU CAN!! I found this to be a terrific Fantasy sci-fi adventure. It is beautiful, humorous(i.e. "memory relic"= camcorder), romantic, and... devastating! The world is dying and so is your father and only your ancestor holds the key! The Elvin kind are trying to help you locate the "nucleus" which will heal and save all that is wrong, however, I can't shake the feeling I get when she glances upon me with her hazy shifty eye's. I must admit though, the purple is quite lovely. Hmmm, Elves versus Humans?? I guess only time will tell. Based on COMPLETED game: -The game isn't polluted with H.O.'s which is nice and most are interactive like making your father a meal. -The puzzles are fair to intermediate like rotating blocks to unlock the machine which holds the nucleus. -The game length for me was @ 4 hours. I wish it was longer and this is a big reason I only voted 4 stars. This game is a solid one and I can't imagine anyone who loves the fantasy genre being disappointed. Then again, that's what the demo is for. Enjoy! Other great games in this genre- -Lost Lands series -Dark Realm series Other great games coming soon- -Saga of the Nine worlds "The Gathering"
Date published: 2017-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from awesome good game,great graphics,the storyline was so so,i enjoyed it
Date published: 2017-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty solid SE choice. This is pretty much your standard HO game, in that it mainly involves gathering a lot of "stuff", & the basic storyline (good vs. evil) is typical, though given a bit of a facelift w/ the injection of elves & a post-apocalyptic setting. That said, it's a pretty solid game. The graphics range from good to excellent. There's a nice variety of mini-games, & they all seem "doable" to me, so long as one doesn't just flat detest mini-games. ;) The HO scenes, for the most part, aren't interactive, but despite that, I thought the devs did a good job of being creative & offering variety w/ the way they're presented. I actually purchased the CE version of this game, but given that there's few collectibles & the bonus chapter is somewhat on the short side, this is probably one of those games that offers better value in the SE version. My one strong criticism of this game is that there seem to be a lot of instances where the game is structured to move slowly (something that drives me a little crazy), but unfortunately, that's the case w/ a lot of games these days. Finally, re the sky-lining, there's not as much of it in the game overall as is suggested by the demo (I mention this because I know some folks found that one really long sequence in the demo off-putting). There's a variation of a match three mini-game you play each time you upgrade your device, which is done the first time in the demo, & something like five times in the game overall; as w/ the other mini-games, you can skip it if you don't care for it. As someone who's always on the look-out for "coupon worthy" SEs, I try to call attention to those I think are, when I'm aware of them...& in my opinion, this game is definitely worth doing the demo, & seeing what you think.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Yes, but . . . So, after playing Mad Head's 'Adam Wolfe - Flames of Time' and posting the most rave review I have ever written for a game, I expected a little more from this developer than I got from 'Dawn of Hope - Skyline Adventure.' Oh, the graphics and so on are definitely up to par, and here comes the but . . . But the story line was nothing new —father sick, go on a quest to find a cure, and so on. Two of the first characters you meet, apart from our very athletic heroine, are an Elf queen and a dwarf. Say, did you watch the Lord of The Rings trilogy? Remember the character played by Cate Blanchett, and Gimle (or however his name is spelled)? Well, that's the queen and dwarf in this game! Okay, I really don't really have a problem with that, I liked the trilogy, and this gave me a chuckle. So, you're probably thinking, here comes the 'do not to buy' pitch. Sorry to disappoint you but, overall, this is a fun game to play —despite this old man having to play another female protagonist!
Date published: 2016-12-04
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