ReDrawn: The Painted Tower
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Friendly Fox Studios invites you to experience a classic given new life in ReDrawn: The Painted Tower!

In this remastered and enhanced edition, revisit a classic and experience Iris’ painted world like never before! Beautiful new artwork fills modern displays and adds new depth to the Drawn world. The updated user interface includes an improved hint system, new puzzle elements add more ways to interact within these incredible environments, old scenes are packed with new detail, and much more!

A mysterious tower holds the secrets to untold power and the little girl who wields it. Iris is the key to your world’s future and can bring her art to life, but an unknown evil wants to keep her from her destiny. When she’s captured and trapped somewhere in the tower, only you can rescue her and save the kingdom in the process! Can you traverse the worlds inside her paintings to reach her in time? Find out in this spell-binding Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Keep evil at bay and become a hero in the bonus game!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games!
  • Tons of collectibles and morphs to find!
  • For a more in depth experience, check out the Collector's Edition

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 547 MB

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ReDrawn: The Painted Tower is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great game beautiful graphics forget the reviews, just load the demo , like I did , and be amazed. wonderful game.
Date published: 2021-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the set I have been buying all their games. Once you figure how it works it is really fun I am playing catchup
Date published: 2022-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice visiting an old favorite As the title to my review states, it felt nice to play this game again since it had been so long since playing the first one. The game play kept me on my toes because it didn't walk me through much at all. In fact, I took breaks when I would feel like screaming "just tell me what you want me to do!". I was wary of the reviews but pretty happy I decided to give the game a try. It is a beautiful game and the quest to find the little girl before something terrible happened to her made me really want to keep going. The music and voices were very nice. Not intrusive. Well, when we hear from the little girl she does sound a bit emo compared to all the other characters. There was only one issue I had with this game and that is that when it ends, it ends. Don't expect any explanations. Don't expect to have any questions answered. The end means the end with this one. That being said, I will still play it again later on.
Date published: 2021-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I HAVE DRAWN AND REDRAWN MY WAY THROUGH THE PAINTED TOWER Completed Game approximately 5.0 hours (including completion of all mini-games & CE Bonus Chapter) 24 Main Game Scene Locations +7 Bonus Chapter Difficulty Range: Intermediate-Expert (but doable for beginners because of the Strategy Guide) Review Based on Comparison of Drawn versus ReDrawn: (CE Version: 5?Stars ? SE Version: 4?Stars) Drawn takes us on an incredible, and sometimes heartbreaking journey through a series of magical drawings painted by a young girl named Iris who has been locked away in the Painted Tower. Iris has a special gift, a unique talent that brings to life anything that can be "Drawn" allowing her to enter worlds limited only by her imagination! Iris has been sent to live with Franklin for protection from the King and his evil Chancellor. Unfortunately, Franklin has been turned to stone and Iris has been imprisoned within The Painted Tower...and so the saga begins as you try to rescue Iris...one drawing at a time! ReDrawn makes me long for the days when HOPA games were incredible. I have played (& replayed) the entire Drawn series and no other game has been able to replicate the uniqueness of the artwork and game features, let alone the creativity of the story itself! When I first entered the world of Drawn, originally released in 2009, I was blown away by the uniqueness of this game. Even though I considered myself an expert player, I found the original Drawn to be quite challenging but it also gave me a sense of accomplishment when I completed my adventure through Iris' imaginative drawings. Although the gameplay is still somewhat challenging, I felt that Friendly Fox did the game a disservice when they revamped some of the mini-games to make them really simplistic, and the fact that they felt the need to add Hidden Object Scenes. What really made my heart sink was when I discovered that they had ReVamped the original Hint feature! We aren't the cowardly Scarecrow, we already have a brain...so next time give us some credit because the "old" Hint system was really cool and it made us think for ourselves with just a nudge in the right direction...besides if we had to, we could use the newly added Strategy Guide! In the original Drawn, Franklin had still been turned to stone, but he was still able to assist, without the normal hand holding hint system that we see in today's remastered ReDrawn. Instead, you could choose which objective you needed help with from the list provided to the left of Franklin's portrait and he would give you a nudge with the first of three vague clues. If you couldn't figure out what to do next, you simply asked Franklin for another clue. Usually, you could figure it out by the third and final clue. This is the kind of gameplay that made older HOPA/Adventure games fun, nowadays they are so fool-proof that they are downright boring...next time, REMASTER?don't REVAMP a masterpiece! There were no Hidden Object Scenes in the original Drawn game, unfortunately, ReDrawn was ReVamped, not ReMastered, to include Hidden Object Scenes...there was a reason the original Drawn got 138 amazing 5-Star reviews, so why would you assume we wanted another lame HOPA game like they are today versus games of the past that received ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT FIVE STAR reviews? I haven't figured out if it's Big Fish that doesn't "get it" or if the developers are the ones who are clueless? Everyone LOVEs older HOPAs, we replay them daily because back then they had amazing storylines, and they made us use our brains to figure them out versus playing on auto-pilot! How many times do we have to complain about how lame HOPAs are nowadays before Big Fish and the developers finally see the light? When a game gets 138 Five?Star reviews and it doesn't have a single Hidden Object scene in the game, that should be your first clue that HO scenes aren't necessarily a necessity...just look at the HOPAs today, you'll be hard-pressed to find one that received 4?stars much less 138 Five?star reviews...think about it! Because this game still has some of the original aspects...it is still a Fantastic game and lightyears better than HOPAs offered lately. My only complaint here is that FF felt the need to "add" to or take away from an already amazing game versus simply remastering a 5?star Classic for compatibility on newer computers?? (the original cannot be played on today's newer 64-bit computers) They have added 62 Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces and 62 Morphing Red Scarves as well as a pull-out tab that tells you how many collectibles remain in each scene. I don't have an issue with the collectibles because the SE version does not include them for someone who may want a version without these added collectibles. If the developers wanted to remain true to game features of the past, the morphs would have been much smaller and slower as well. This adventure is like no other, yes you will still collect a few inventory items here and there, these items are to help you find the clues that Iris has left you within her drawings. First, you have to find the missing fragment of the torn picture, then you enter the picture and solve the puzzles within, usually in the form of a Progressive-Interactive puzzle where you may need to find a knife first and then use the knife to expose an item within a pumpkin, and so forth until you have found the last item that will help you to progress to the next door in the Painted Tower. If you are a puzzle fanatic like me, listen up, cause there are so many clever puzzles you're going to love. Some are simple such as swapping tiles to create a picture or rotating disks, some are a little more difficult. My favorite one was replacing window fragments by rotating and placing the glass geometrical shapes. The pieces have to go into specific slots and at first, it seemed as though there weren't enough pieces no matter what I tried. Then I realized that a space will be empty to create a specific shape! (I won't tell you what that shape is) HOWEVER, in ReDrawn, they dumbed it down and took away the Rotating feature so all you had to do was snap pieces into place...it doesn't get any easier than this folks, the question once again is WHY would you take a great challenge and make it so simple a 6-year old could complete it??? Bonus Chapter (CE Version only): Follow Iris on the day before she is taken to the tower as she is quested with 3 tasks to prove her worthiness as Queen. There are 7 additional scene locations with 14 additional Puzzle Pieces and 14 Morphing Scarves. There are 7 Mini-games but just one Hidden Object Scene within the Bonus Chapter. Collector's Edition Extra's: 7 Wallpapers, 11 Concept Art Pictures, 7 Screensavers, 5 Music Soundtracks, 14 Movie Videos, 9 Replayable Mini-Games, 4 RePlayable Hidden Object Scenes, 62 Morphing Scarves, 62 Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces (you can return to the scenes to pick up any missed collectibles) 25 Mini-Games, 4 Hidden Object Scenes, 4 Main Chapters, Bonus Chapter, Strategy Guide. Come join the Woodsey's at my new forum at thewoodsforum.boards.net
Date published: 2021-11-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from redawn there is no forum for this game...so I have to ask, is anybody having an issue with drawing the sun and moon with the blue and yellow chalk?
Date published: 2021-12-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Boring game with no walk through I have to say I am pretty bored with this game. Just like other players, I cannot figure out how to color in the moon and sun. Why is there no walk through? I gave up on the game. Such a waste. I do not recommend this game.
Date published: 2021-12-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nooooo ! I loved the first Painted Tower, and I was hoping this one would be a better version of it, with a faster pace, faster opening of windows. None of that. Still the same game. I prefer the first one, as its flaws were justified by its age. That's why I don't recommend this one.
Date published: 2021-12-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Where are my glasses Can't give you the level of challenge, because the visual quality is way too dark. Everything to click on gets lost in total darkness. Forget about this one.
Date published: 2021-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Why did I bother I bought this having forgotten just how boring I found the original. It's like going right back to basics with no ability to use a map and hop between locations - I mean, just how many times do I need to go up and down those stairs? I've now decided to give up because, no matter what I do, I am unable to colour in the sun/moon ....... and I've reached the realisation that I actually don't care enough to be bothered any more. My life really is too short. I absolutely do not recommend this game.
Date published: 2021-12-04
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