The Emerald Maiden: Symphony of Dreams
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After being abandoned at an orphanage 25 years prior, you've received an invitation to meet your biological mother aboard an underwater dream facility, a playground for the rich and elite, designed to simulate dreams. Powered by an ancient technology, the machine holds many dark secrets and surprises.

Set off on a quest to free your family, challenge the evil spirit, and escape the Emerald Maiden before it self-destructs!

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  • Hard Drive: 530 MB

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The Emerald Maiden: Symphony of Dreams is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautifully designed world, engaging storyline I really enjoyed this one and would love to see a sequel!
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally forced away from my games to add my two cents... To defend the honor of this daringly different game and encourage others to take advantage of today's steal, the puzzles ARE refreshingly different and was even forced to pull out pen and pencil to reason out two of them- haven't had to do that for at least a hundred games and ain't no dummy so can't help suspecting those who claimed them unchallenging must have skipped these ones. Found the cut scenes and voice overs, and delineation of characters so movie worthy I was completely pulled into this unique adventure which is just what I look for in a game, not the prettily wrought do this and get this to do this and get this and get a hog to get this, etc. cookie cutter games pouring out of the assembly line lately. Loved the brilliant Mother, the endearing Lobster dude, didn't find the kittens "annoying" just made me frantic to rescue them... and was near tears at the end when my character callously left the loyal robot behind to impending doom despite the shocked griefstricken expression on his adorable face! Though our many helpful and vigilant reviewers to whom we owe much gratitude declared the CE unworthy, if it rescues HIM I'm getting it ASAP. Don't care about ESNB games #eye-strain-no-brain, what I call hogs- get Where's Waldo and Hidden Word Search puzzles if that's your goal, notice how hogs have been quickly evolving into far more elaborate activities#. And my nearly becoming a 'morphiend' was gratefully curtailed by one of the last two hogs in Smithsonian after I stubbornly stared at a swampy scene for an hour til reading in the forum a lovely member revealing that hog came in three segments the 'morphing' object coming later... and don't care about "achievements" #though I did get one for spending more than ten minutes on a hog in that case! ;# since their emphasis is on hog accomplishments, no hints, speed, etc. and not on the true brain testing puzzles... don't like collectibles much either. All these frillies to me just detract from what I'm there for- to fully immerse myself in a well told story and worlds I've never dreamed of, and this game does just that!
Date published: 2015-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Intriguing Story & Addictive Game Play I won't give away any parts of the game as others do. This is just a quick mention for an engaging game that I played non-stop until I was finished. The story line is beautifully woven and ties up neatly at the end, which is so important to me. I'm not sure why someone would say the plot was hard to follow, but then I'm geared to this genre of game. Graphics were excellent, as were the voice overs. The puzzles were entertaining although fairly easy. Hidden object scenes were nothing new but items were clear to identify and scenes were easy to breeze through. The hint button recharged quickly. I hope you'll give this game a try -- I heartily recommend it!
Date published: 2015-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than the usual Hidden Object I really liked this one. It isn't one of the higher end developers, but I always like what they turn out, and it had what SO many of the major games lack - a coherent, interesting story. Yes, it does entail a supernatural spirit, but less of the evil, ghoulish horror story that most of these HOGs have and more of a suspense story. I found it interesting and a fun change, and a little lighter. I'm SO tired of dark horrific monsters from other worlds breaking through and stealing children and killing everyone with some poor burdened hysterical mom chasing after them! This actually had a storyline. I recommend!
Date published: 2015-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Was very Good Good game, lasted super long, nice story line. Recommend.
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wish I Could Find More of These! The Emerald Maiden: Symphony of Dreams is a fantastic game. Beautiful artwork throughout. Music, ambient, and effect sounds that always fit their place in the game, enhancing every step of the way like good sound should. A storyline that is more than believable; it hauls you like a favourite book. My only disappointment was that it was not more challenging. The mini-games and hidden object scenes were all quite simple though this didn't bother me, or detract from the game; the plot's strong enough that this just didn't matter. The scenes are beautifully sparse with the objects you acquire always having a very direct relationship to the tasks at hand. I loved finding myself immersed in the virtual world the game creators made for us, and will be definitely searching out the rest of this developers games. I wish there were more of of this kind of game. I highly recommend The Emerald Maiden: Symphony of Dreams.
Date published: 2014-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MOST INTERESTING STORYLINE SUMMARY: Very different. If you want a straight-forward easy-to-follow story, this isn't it. This game plays a lot like a strange dream: you know the one, all kinds of things are happening, but you don't know how or why or when they will connect - you only know that they will. Easy but fun puzzles and HOS. I would choose the SE (see last para). STORY: This game has the most interesting storyline I've come across lately. At first, it seemed the usual story - a child given to an orphanage shortly after search, wants to know her history, yada yada. But once she gets her invitation to a dream facility underwater, there are so many twists, turns and discoveries in what appears to be a land of make-believe (i.e., the typical dream), that you can't wait to turn the next corner to see what happens. GAMEPLAY: So many enjoyable cutscenes, a smattering of easy but fun puzzles, lots of scenes (you get a map) and lots to do, typical list-based HOS (but uncrowded and easy-to-find objects), find the shown object HOS (which are then placed into the scene to complete an object (such as a robot or projector) so it works. Objectives are given periodically. Since magic is supposedly meeting science, the twists and turns and areas to explore are mindshattering and take the same turns as your dreams do. Keeps your mind on its toes. OTHER STUFF: 3 modes plus a customizable mode to an extent. (There are a few more sophisticated customizations out there, but this is still nice.) Nice unobtrusive music. Graphics are clear and the many types of locations are dramatically different but beautiful. Even though the scenes are so distinctive, they flow together seamlessly. No too much in voice overs, but what there are seems natural. CE v. SE: Besides the bonus chapter in the CE, it seems the only collectible is 16 roses. The other CE items seem to be the standard fare - wallpapers, character profiles, et al. I don't think the CE has enough these days to warrant a CE price, so the SE seems to be the way to go.
Date published: 2014-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dreams Never Fade! You were just a baby, abandoned, left on the Orphanage stoop with only a necklace as a clue to find your real mother 25 years later. When you receive an exclusive invitation to board The Emerald Maiden with a promise that you will learn the identity of your parents, you set sail for a voyage only the rich and elite can afford! Aboard the Emerald you discover the Dream Machine, near lucid dreams can be achieved thanks to an ancient artifact found and it's energy harnessed, or has it? I think this Standard Edition is the better value because the CE simply didn't have enough frills to qualify. If you like underwater adventures with mechanical gadgets then you're in for a treat, other than the dream portals you enter, you won't be seeing beautiful floral and fauna. The HOS are slightly interactive list finds and most items are easy to spot. The mini games are mostly puzzles such as discs that form a picture, but when one disc is turned other discs turn as well. None of the mini games are new but they are easy to figure out such as playing the correct piano keys by association for example a picture of a fish matches the piano key with a fish hook. After finding several robot parts you reconstruct Atom a robot with a propeller on top and a key fob in front which allows him to access places you could not (I'm still trying to figure out how he stops the propeller and lays on the keyhole how does he take off, won't the propellers hit the ground?) hmm, Enjoy!
Date published: 2014-01-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun Change Typically, games involving dreams are dark, but this one wasn't too bad. More adventurous than dark. The idea of being able to actually use the dream to progress your journey to meet you mother reminds me a lot of Inception . Wish you could have done more in the dreams than just a couple puzzles and HO scenes. Well done overall.
Date published: 2015-06-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from looking for your parents you were left on an orphanage doorstep with a green necklace as you only clue to your mother. when you are 25 you get an invitation to go on a cruise to find out more about your mother. of course you go. you wind up on the ship and searching for your mother. you uncover a "dream machine" that she had been working on. it makes your dreams real. you travel through different dreams looking for clues. it has an interactive map that helps some, but the map doesn't work in the dream schemes. there is a custom level. sequel........i feel sure.
Date published: 2015-03-10
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