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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

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 819 MB

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Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms Collector's Edition 4.5 5 86 86
WHAT GREAT FUN I was not sure I was going to like this, but I have thoroughly enjoyed the game. It was a nice change from the dark games, which I do love, but it was great to do a fantasy for a change. I didn't think it was too cutesy, just right to make it an enjoyable experience. I play fantasy HOPAS very rarely, but this one will make me take a second look at others. It was not a difficult game and it flowed in a pretty logical manner, but that did not take away from the art work, the story and the general game play. Sometimes it is nice to just use part of your gray matter and take the time to look at the game and listen to the story. Considering that I normally would not play a game of this type, I am so glad I purchased it and have had the pleasure of playing it. At least give the demo a try and see what you think. June 15, 2014
Here there be Dragons - Hurrah! OK, let's get some things out of the way first to clear up any doubts: * This is NOT a difficult game. If you want high levels of challenge, look elsewhere. * Yes, there is an animal to rescue and you can, if you wish, collect hidden coins (30 gold/30 silver) to do up its room. However, this is not a cutesy animal and he wouldn't dream of doing a silly dance or dressing up. He just gives you a polite round of applause if you buy something for his study. * The HOSs have beautifully drawn, large items. There are a few simple interactions in each, word lists, a 15x object challenge and a silhouettes one. No squinting needed here. * Puzzles are different, most very straightforward, some requiring some logical thinking. For those of you who are still reading, it is a lovely game to play. * The graphics are well done, the characters are realistic and the VOs are lip-synchronised. * There is a journal to record clues found on the way * A jump map tells you where to find actions and objectives * Your cat will fetch things fo you. Things are not completely straightforward. If you are still stuck on the first scene through the mirror, well so was I for a while but that was the first 'out of the box' thing. You don't use matches or torches to light fires (not in the demo at least) so, although easy to play, you cannot be complacent. All in all, I found it delightful and will be treating myself very shortly. Do give it a try and stick with it (my trial lasted 64 minutes) June 14, 2014
My Kind of Game! I love fantasy style games and this one doesn't disappoint. Boolat has created a game that compares with the recent creations by Mad Head, ERS, Eipix and the other great developers. Now that the bar has been raised to the next level, I won't buy a game without several must haves: Lots going on in each scene Various HOP's - Interactive, find x of something, silhouettes... Fun, not too hard puzzles Full iMap - this one includes area completed Achievements - not a ton of them here, but enough Collectables - 30 each of gold & silver coins GORGEOUS graphics - though the story cut screens are a little cartoony Other nice things are that you don't have to collect all of puzzle pieces needed before you can place them and keep inventory to a minimum and items are used fairly quickly. The storyline is simple enough. You're trying to save your dying sister/queen and there are dragons, blah, blah, blah. Fast click through dialogue Not too many long, drawn out, cut scenes Built-in strategy guide Inventory lock I won't get a CE if it doesn't have all the bells & whistles. This one doesn't skip a beat. My overall rating is 4.8 I strongly recommend this game! June 14, 2014
A Princess and the Golden Dragon Can they save the kingdom of Silverstar? Storyline: The King had an amulet and wondered what he was to do with it. He was told to put the amulet in the altar and all the riches of the temple would be his. Greedily, the King placed the amulet into the altar and was overcome by evil magic as his crown tumbled to the ground. He was told he didn't deserve the crown and the kingdom was no longer in his control. Meanwhile, your sister, Queen Mellisandra, is dying and Lucius, the Castle physician, cannot save her. The only thing that can help her is far, far away and to get there, you must go and speak to the Golden Dragon who knows where the Elixir of Life is kept hidden. So, as you look into the mirror, Lucius transports you through the portal into another strange world. Graphics: Amazing HD quality. Bright, excellent viewing. Even in the HOGs. I almost wanted to stop and just look around for a moment. It was truly a beautiful place you/Prncess were transported to. Sound: Voices were very clear and understandable. Background music didn't drive me crazy. Sound effects were great. You are advised at the beginning of the game that it is best played with the sound on. I agree. The music is stunningly beautiful. Game Play: You, the Princess, have now entered into a strange, new, beautiful world to search for the Golden Dragon and hope he will help you find the Elixir of Life for your sister. It's all up to you to save not only your sister, butmis the entire Kingdom of Silverstar. Are you up to the task? You are not alone, as you have rescued a talking cat named Muir, who not only gets into tight spaces you can't, but also recounts the tale of the missing King. HOGs: Many and quite easy to find the items. I had no problems. Mini Games: Unfortunately, the instructions given in the mini games are vague and you have to figure out what to do and how to do it. For instance: untangle the knots to let the cat out. Sounds easy, but do you remove the knots from the topmost down? Do you swap knots? Do they all get removed or just moved out of the way? Otherwise, a majority of the mini games I played bordered on relatively easy to mediocre. There are 3 levels of difficulty - casual, normal and expert. You are armed with the customary journal which keeps excellent notes and clues, a transportable map (which I used and which was more handy than the hint button), a hint button that recharges fairly quickly and a tutorial you can turn off if you choose. The transportable map shows where you are, where an active quest is still open (and it will show several so keep your wits about you) and where an area has been completed. CE Bling: Strategy Guide (I did not use) Bonus Game Secret Game (unlocked after Bonus Game is completed) Cat's Room (you decorate it using the coins you collect during game play. Collectibles - 30 Gold and 30 Silver coins. Some are more difficult than others to find. Achievements Media: which included the following - all locked - and there appeared to be 6 of each. Concept Art Posters Video Music Mini Games This Glam-ma found the game to be intriguing and mysterious. After finally finding the Golden Dragon, the demo came to an end and I was horrified - "NO!" So, obviously, I immediately purchased the game so I could continue on. You ARE the game. You WANT to save your sister and find the Elixir of Life. I thoroughly enjoyed this game and can't wait to get back to it. I highly recommend this game for everyone. Please try it - I am sure you will love it at least half as much as I do. You get an amazing 90 minutes of demo time and it's all free (the demo is) Happy Father's Day Weekend and Happy Gaming! June 14, 2014
A Nice Surprise - Don't Let This One Slip Away! When Dreampath the Two Kingdoms began with a flat and cartoonish cutscene I was a bit dismayed and my initial reaction was that I would not like the game. However, the graphics improved very quickly and I found myself entranced by the story of a magical elixir of life and the golden dragon. After the disappointing initial cutscene, the graphics improved with beautiful artwork that brings the fantasy world of the Two Kingdoms to life. The game is absolutely gorgeous and a feast for the eyes! The voiceovers are very good and seem quite in character, and the developer did make an attempt at lip-syncing the characters even though the final outcome was not great. Overall the soundtrack, including the music and environmental effects is very good and I found it quite enjoyable without being intrusive. As in most HOPA games you have the standard tools including a diary that contains your notes and an interactive transporter map that indicates where you have tasks to accomplish. Early on you will a acquire an animal helper ? a sure sign that this game has been in production for quite a long time since many of us have long since tired of all the games that included the ?fur factor.? Oh well, Muir is here, and at least he can help us in tricky situations. One of the things I liked, since I play demos on the easiest mode of play, is the ?noticeable? lack of sparkles. Once I purchase a game I play on the hardest level and oftentimes, in fact almost always, the developers include far too many tip-off sparkles and it is quite refreshing that we are not overwhelmed by them in Two Kingdoms. I?m not going to mention a lot about the HOPs other than to note that there is a good variety with some being the standard interactive list type. The items were easy to find and I didn?t think the scenes were overly stuffed with items to sort through. Some of the puzzles are familiar but others are a bit different and not what we generally see in almost all HOPA games. I didn?t find any of the puzzles too difficult but then they were not extremely simple either so I found them quite entertaining. There are collectible valuable coins to be found scattered around the ?kingdom? that will be used later in the game. There are also the standard insane gameplay based achievements to be earned, although in this game are not impossible. There is the expected bonus game PLUS we have a ?secret game? that is unlocked after we finish the bonus. All in all the extras found in Two Kingdoms are worthy of the CE label. Although the game seemed to start out a bit slow, by the time I was near to the end of the demo, I was hooked and really wanted to find out what was hidden beneath the surface in the tale of the Two Kingdoms. Taking into account that the story was wrapped up in a graphically beautiful package, it was a no-brainer for me to hit the buy button since I knew I would need to solve the mystery and save the queen. As always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. June 14, 2014
A Perfect Game This Boolat production is all I want in a Hidden Object Adventure Game. Beautiful, sharp graphics, nicely challenging minigames, a fairytale story with a happy end and a good bonus game that tells you more about one of the characters. Bravo Boolat! Looking forward to your next game! June 17, 2014
Absolutely gorgeous fairytale adventure! Bought this after playing only half an hour of the trial! Fabulous art, helpful hints which teleport you to where you need to go - (there are three levels of difficulty, I always play Casual), good story, and a variety of HO scenes with a few little puzzles involved. Definitely 5 stars all round. June 14, 2014
Dream of a game Your sister the queen needs your help to survive. Go to the land of Goldthorne and find the cure to save her. Hold your breath for this game. Its got it all, graphics are amazing, mini games, companions that help, ( a cat and dragons ) to make this a super game. Also a great map that just keeps it flowing along and gives you a beautiful experience. Over all it is so worthy of 5 stars. June 14, 2014
Silver and Gold my favorite! I remember doing the beta test on this game and couldn't wait for it to come out. This game is a must have. I am not going to go into detail as others will. But I highly recommend it to all levels of players. June 17, 2014
Epic When I first opened this game and started playing, I was instantly in love. The art and the story are so beautiful. I love that the game was a long game that I could get immersed in for hours. And it was enough of a challenge without being overly frustrate, but wasn't easy either. I was so sad when I finished it, and I will most likely play it again soon! I would love to see more games from this series. June 18, 2014
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