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Grandma Studios proudly brings you the latest spell-binding installment of the Reflections of Life series!

After your last successful case, you’re looking forward to some much-deserved downtime. But your break is quickly cut short when a friend of the Order comes through a portal crying out for aid! A recent jeweler’s competition has turned deadly, and now the townspeople are transforming into amber! When your mentor becomes one of the afflicted, your only clues are a series of dark magical webs and the mystical butterflies carrying the disease. Can you reveal the magic-wielding criminal before it’s too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

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Reflections of Life: Dream Box is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A gorgeous little game! Visuals are absolutely stunning - for a couple of scenes I even took a minute just to observe everything - that's how meticulously and artfully it was done. The storyline itself is not the most unique, however, the world itself was beyond imaginative. It is rather easy and straightforward, yet, not too easy to bore you. As a matter of fact, it's the perfect level of challenge if you want something light, relaxing and just pleasant. I genuinely enjoyed it!
Date published: 2019-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from open your dream box plenty of surprises I missed this in collectors ed but I am not disappointed there is plenty to do in this game so you have a few things to repeat, if you are playing the game enjoy it, look for the eyes when you want to replace a lens , enjoy the puzzles not hard but enjoyable... it is nice to play a game that is relaxing and peaceful enjoy I am.
Date published: 2019-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderfully Magical Beauty of a game My uncle and I (grace) work for "the order of the guardians" and veteran members are granted mechanical owls as their helpers. You use a magical whistle to control your owl. Some thing is turning things and people into amber and leaving emerald web traces. I have a vermin catcher that banishes the web traces. This game is beautiful. 5 chapters. 11 hops and 12 mini-games. Love the stained glass hops and the animated story hops. You really have to pay attention as in the arrow by the light post and the first hops has multi drawers to find things in but you also have to look on the table which is unexpected. I liked the matching pairs, shooting the vermin eyes, in the right order, rune selecting pairs and things that are related. Didn't like the leaves in a cane. Didn't like if you wait too long the owl makes noise.
Date published: 2019-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lots of fun I really enjoyed this game. It isn't deep but is a lot of fun to play. The story of it is fun also and the games involved.
Date published: 2019-09-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Grace is back! After a detour that took 3 games, we are back in the storyline of the first 3 games. Her uncle is with her (wasn't he killed in "Dark Architect"?) And the owls are now mechanical. But still it is back to what we knew and loved. The game is fun, as always and inventive. Nice to look at. Fun!
Date published: 2019-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU DREAM Good solid game with fairly easy hidden objects and mini-puzzles. I think all would enjoy the relaxing nature of the game -- especially beginners.
Date published: 2019-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I'VE GOT MY FIVE ORANGE EYES ON YOU Completed CE Game approximately 5.5 hours (including ALL mini-games & CE Bonus Chapter) When HOPA games first came to light, I loved them all, I couldn't get enough of 'em because they kept evolving, each one was better than the one before. Developers poured their heart and soul into each new game in a series, they were downright proud of their creations, their "babies." Somewhere along the lines they just stopped caring, they got lazy, after all, people were still buying them, or maybe they just ran out of ideas. Each release became the same as the one before, nothing new, nothing exciting, just another game kinda games. Somewhere along the road, I changed too, I evolved right along with the games, no longer content with the same ole cookie-cutter versions. Nowadays, I look for something different. I look for great storylines (I'll settle for good storylines) I look for beauty and creativity, it doesn't have to knock me off of my computer chair or even blow my socks off, mostly, I want to enjoy a game without being bored to death, without feeling like I have to force myself to finish a game because I just spent my hard-earned money. With that being said, no I do not like gadgets, but I'm so glad I didn't pass this game up because of a gadget used quickly 6 times during 5 chapters! I enjoyed the beautiful graphics, I enjoyed the storyline, and Dream Box entertained me from beginning to end without boring me a single time, the entertainment I received playing Dream Box was worthy of my hard-earned money. There are two Gadgets, the first one is just a Mechanical Owl that reaches objects normally unreachable but it doesn't require any effort on the players part, the owl just appears when the zoom zone is clicked. The second Gadget is a Vermin Catcher that is used 6 times in the entire game, and it isn't that bad (with the exception of its name which is kinda weird) There is an associated Hidden Object game variation where you click on 5 orange eyes when they appear from behind items, again, it takes seconds to complete and it isn't a deal-breaker, in fact, it would have been a really awesome feature IF there were more eyes to catch AND they were a tad smaller and slightly more elusive! The only thing that annoyed me with this gadget was that 1 lens out of 3 would crack after every single use which would require me to find a new one before I could use it again, I should have returned it to the manufacturer and told them they sold me a lemon! There are 14 Hidden Object Scenes and 12 Zoom Zone HOP's +4 in the CE Bonus Chapter, and there is an alternate Match 3 game available if you don't like HOP's. The scenes vary with Silhouetted Shape Finds, Interactive List Finds, Swatches (find areas that match a swatch sample) Keywords in Sentence Finds, Pair Finds, Multiples of the same Item Finds, and a scene where you pull levers to switch between scenes. As I stated earlier, there is a "Vermin Catcher" Gadget, repetitive HOP where you locate 5 Eyes that slowly appear and disappear from behind obstructions. There are 26 Mini-Games +6 in the CE Bonus Chapter. There are a ton of Pair Matching tasks throughout, but they are actually tasks and not listed as mini-games or HO's. The puzzles aren't bad, but they aren't very challenging either. I don't necessarily consider that a bad thing, especially when the game itself isn't boring. Below are brief descriptions of some of my personal favorites: ? Place directional arrows to create a path to navigate to the park. Colored tiles require different actions, blue+must stop, red+ don't stop, green=do or don't stop. ? ? Arrange the puppets' position using various dials, one affects others. ? ? Solve each puzzle by activating tiles in the correct order to fill in the lines, tiles can bump into each other. ?? ? Select 2 icons that when combined would logically create the bottom row of images. ? ? Arrange the masks so their patterns align. ??? The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter, True Love, is a somewhat short chapter that takes place over 7 different scene locations. You play as Charles, (a man with a passion for gears?!?) one of the characters introduced in the final chapter of the main game. Charles discovers a letter from dearly-departed Victoria who seems to have predicted her untimely death and has vital information she needs to reveal to her beloved. There are 4 Hidden Object Scenes and 6 Mini-Games, and you'll pick up the remaining 7 Morphing Objects (which unlocks the final character statues) 9 Jewellers, and 8 Page Fragments which unlocks the final story page) The Collector's Edition version has 16 Wallpapers, 14 Concept Art Pictures, 7 Music Soundtracks, 18 Replayable Movie Video Cutscenes, 15 Achievements, 14 Replayable Mini-Games, 11 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 27 Morphing Objects, 8 Character Statuettes (available with 2-4-8-11-18-22-27 Morphing Objects found) 41 Opaque Jewelry Figurines, *You can return to the scenes to search for missed jewelry after completing the Main Game* 30 Zoom Zone Page Fragments (reveals 5 story-based elaborations) 5 Main Chapters titled "Amber Trail" +Bonus Chapter titled "True Love" and a Built-in Strategy Guide. REFLECTIONS OF LIFE SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Tree Of Dreams (July 20-2014) 3.6 2-Equilibrium (May 17-2015) 3.9 3-Dark Architect (February 12-2016) 4.2 4-Call Of The Ancestors (September 11-2016) 3.6 5-Hearts Taken (June 11-2017) 3.7 6-In Screams And Sorrow (May 25-2018) 3.7 7-Slipping Hope (January 27-2019) 4.0 8-Dream Box (September 15-2019) n/a by: Grandma Studios
Date published: 2019-09-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from ANOTHER GAME BOGGED DOWN WITH A GIMMICKY DEVICE THAT IS USED OVER AND OVER AND OVER Reflections of Life Dreambox is another in a series of games that are too garish in color for me to enjoy. Although I do enjoy bright colors in a game this one was simply too much with all of the orange and yellow tones. At times I loved the Reflections of Life games and I found myself eagerly awaiting each new game but that is no longer the case. When the beta for Dreambox was released, I struggled to get through it and hoped that the demo would somehow be much better, but I found it just as tedious as the game's beta release. I realize that this is a fantasy game, but I am so sick of the underlying theme of these games – some evil that must be stopped – that I think I have reached my limit. Surely there are other fantasy themes that can be used rather than recycling the same old thing. In spite of my dislike of the theme I was tempted to purchase the game and had there been a significant reduction in cost, I might have done so. However, there is no way I would pay full price for this game only to find out how it all plays out. The HOPS were creative in design but there was nothing new. The puzzles in the demo were way too easy but I did like that there was one in the demo where I could select either casual or hard. Overall the game was far too easy for someone who has literally played close to 2,000 HOPA games. When I find an item and immediately use it within the same scene, it makes a game far too easy. As I played the demo my feeling was that the pre-teen set would enjoy the game far more than most seasoned players. There is a gimmick in this Reflections of Life game as in others in the series but after using the Vermin Catcher a few times, I was sick of having to use it again and again and again only to have one lens or the other break, which would then need to be replaced before I could use it again. When it would shatter at each use, I would almost groan at having to find yet another replacement lens. This was only in the demo and I can’t begin to imagine then number of times it would be used in the full game. If developers persist with the gimmicky tools, perhaps they should consider using one that doesn’t break so easily. Yes, I realize this is a gameplay extender but to me it felt like a replacement for any real storyline. Perhaps if the gamer is too busy finding replacement lenses, they would not notice that the story is practically non-existent – well, at least in the demo. I generally love games from this developer but maybe it is time that the Reflections of Life series ends and the great team at Grandma Games can then use their creativity in developing a good mystery game. My recommendation is that you try the demo to see if Dreambox is one you will enjoy. Happy gaming
Date published: 2019-09-15
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