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4Friends Games is back with the latest thrilling chapter of the Bridge to Another World series!

After finding a porcelain statue that brings you strange dreams, you struggle to find answers. What starts as an ordinary search quickly leads you to another world, one where you’re a giant pursued by miniature people! But these small hunters are anything but cute as you try to find Gulliver, your only known hope for survival. With dangerous powers at play and your life on the line, can you stop a dangerous adversary to save yourself and Lilliputia in time? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

  • Travel between the world of the giants and the Lilliputians to solve the final piece of the puzzle in the bonus game!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and mini-games!
  • Find tons of collectibles and morphs as you play!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, movies, music, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.14/10.13/10.12/10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 952 MB

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Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome Collector's Edition is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a neat game! I loved this game and am leaving it installed for the next sale. My review is based on the demo. I had 12 minutes left on my free hour when the demo ended. I loved the unique story, the graphics, and the fact that it isn't so ridiculously hard or illogical that it becomes annoying or stressful. It is just a great, fun, entertaining, beautiful break from your day, with a fun, whimsical storyline. You can customize the level of difficulty, which was also a nice touch. I almost didn't try this game, based on the rating and some of the negative reviews, but I'm so glad I did! You might be really glad you did, too. Generally, I like Time Management genre because it gets your brain so jumbled you really can't think about life's stresses, but if these are really good, sometimes a very pretty one is a nice break, but they do have to be very good, otherwise I'm just anxious to get back to everything I need to do and it's not much of a break. This one was perfect. It kept me entertained; in fact, I look forward to getting back to it. Check it out!
Date published: 2019-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this game !! I am glad to see a game that has a colour scheme that consists of more than the usual blue shades I see in most HOGs these days. I love the story, graphics, and gameplay, as well as the puzzles which are on the easy side, and which I prefer. Unlike some others, I do prefer the game to be on the short side. I rather finish a game wanting more than finish it and say "at last it's over". I also love those little zoom-in hidden object scenes, and prefer them to the large ones. All in all a very well done game, and I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2019-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Storyline Different & A Quite Enjoyable Game I really agree with the positive Reviews my fellow Fishies have written. It was really refreshing to play a game with a different storyline i.e.; the sizes of everyday objects. The text said several times to do something to the 'cradle' which I assumed was a translation error till I googled images, cradle, LOL, glad I did plus I learned something new : ) I also like the way it's so easy to find out if I missed any collectables : ) I liked it & recommend anyone that would like a little change of pace and give it a try. This one is getting a ***** out of 5* on my personal enjoy-ability scale.
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant Game! After reading some of the bad reviews I was sceptical about this game but as I had all the previous ones decided to try it. After playing the demo I bought it. I was really impressed. The music is not intrusive, the story is great and the graphics are good and it's fun which is what I like in a game. The puzzles are not too hard, the morphs and collectibles are hard to find sometimes but can be found if you persevere! Give it a try and see what youthink.
Date published: 2019-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Storyline! This is not Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels (in storyline) but it maybe in theme, human nature being what it is. Just a thought. The game ends without wrapping up all the details and in fact, introduces other elements. Somewhat, the Bonus Chapter explains further but again, there is a possibility of more to come, all of which I found intriguing and fun. Well done, 4 Friends! Any storyline that works this well integrates the hidden object scenes and puzzles into its plot twists so the player feels completely immersed in the game. And the graphics are extraordinary and complete the fantasy. My review is based upon completed play of the game and Bonus Chapter. I play in casual or relaxed mode, as I am in no hurry, preferring to listen to the music and admire the graphics. For me this was not a short game. The Bonus Chapter is a bit short and heavy on hidden object scenes but it also introduces another plot twist so I enjoyed it overall.
Date published: 2019-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GULLIVER SYNDROME IS ANOTHER AMAZING BRIDGE TO ANOTHER WORLD Since this review of Bridge to Another World Gulliver Syndrome is a day late, I am not going to have much to say that hasn’t already been said in other reviews. I’m going to simply say that I loved this game. I have played through the whole game and found it to be wonderful, including the storyline. As many of you may already know, I have asked for quite some time that games are not overloaded with puzzles or mini-games but that they are at least equal in number to HOPS. 4Friends Games got it right with this game as it is not overwhelmed with puzzles at every turn and that the puzzles are almost equal in number to the HOPS. So, a huge thank you to a developer who listens to what gamers want included in HOPA games. When I began to play the game I found the HOPS to be very creative. One of the first ones is a spin on one from another game by this developer and although it isn’t exactly the same, it is just as enjoyable. There were so many small touches in the game that made it a graphic delight for me and the way I like to play. I tend to be a slow player because I always become so immersed in the graphics and every little detail to be found in the different scenes. 4Friends is a developer who does an awesome job with creating their games that I always have to gawk at every scene to see what I can find and mostly what I don’t want to miss. Not only were the HOPS excellent, IMHO, but so were the mini games. I loved the first one where I had to trap the donkey – how fun! And then when the donkey brays and I see his teeth that are so detailed I had to laugh. The entire game has been a delight for me and one that I will replay many times in the future. My thanks and kudos to BFG and to 4Friends for Bridge to Another World Gulliver Syndrome. As always, even though I loved this game I recommend that you try the demo to see if it is a game you will enjoy. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2019-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun! I agree that the bad reviews threw me off. Haters gotta hate, I guess. The game is fun and I love the extras like morphs and collectibles. I'm going to buy.
Date published: 2019-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GULLIVER BRIDGES THE GAP ....................... TO YET ANOTHER GREAT 4 FRIENDS GAME ! SO HAPPY TO SEE BRIDGE TO ANOTHER WORLD AGAIN! LOTS OF FUN THINGS TO DO, LOVE THE STORY, SCENES, MUSIC ETC.
Date published: 2019-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hark! There are giants in the land... And it's you. I also found this game enjoyable - the demo I played - and the two carryalong gadgets made sense. When they are superfluous and aren't necessary to the story, or extreme, I don't like them used - but it *made sense* that you would need reading glasses with magnification to read the tiny print of the Lilliputians (since you are, after all, a giant) - and the barrel organ was something you find, "unlock" - and retrieve cylinders for (like a music box or player piano) throughout game, only to play the cut scenes - not intrusive at all. I enjoyed both. Morphing was fun to have in every scene, but like another player said, a bit obvious - though not always. The collectible keys were sometimes out there, but sometimes difficult to spot - and I had to leave one scene with key undiscovered so that I could play all of demo and not lose out on time! lol - I also liked how we could change some items around - not part of gameplay - like a sand drawing from a "G" to a smilie face to a heart or a rope into a knotted one, then a noose, or a skull drawn on wet window into a snowflake- interaction with some items not part of gameplay - little extras to bring a smile. A few of the puzzles started very easy, then grew more challenging (within same puzzle) - I liked that. Sort of like a process, to familiarize you with the puzzle and then get progressively harder to challenge you. I found the artwork creative and interesting - a buckled hat for a roof of a florist, a man's belt for a bridge, and other giant's items from our world trickled here and there throughout. It didn't bother me that the matchsticks burned like torches and were not quick to go out - this is all fantasy after all, and it's believable that they devised some method to make them long-burning - Gulliver was a scientist that helped them with many things before he became a traitor, so that too made a fairytale like sense. And finally - it is so NICE to have a story and a game that is imaginative and fun - and NOT be bombarded with ten kinds of macabre evil, dark magic, and the like at every turn. I get so tired of all that (and don't buy those games anymore). The scenes are colorful and interesting - I enjoyed scanning each one to see all the innovative ways they produced the Lilliputian land using giant's tools, but of course, they have everyday things their size too. I also did not find it odd to see a large rat there - rats can grow very big, and whose to say one of the giants didn't bring it along with them somehow, or it slipped through the portal unaware to the giant, just as the butterfly did (It appears there was more than one giant that came through, according to story)... Try the demo and see for yourself. For this "giant" I am intrigued to know and play more of the tale...
Date published: 2019-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great game I cannot understand the bad reviews. I was not going to download it when I saw the bad reviews but then I decided to play it and see why it got the bad reviews. I don't know why but I liked the story and I liked that things were different. The graphics were good and the story was to. I did not get far with the game because I wanted to review it. The hogs were different. Like I said I cannot understand the bad reviews. I thoroughly enjoyed the game and will purchase it.
Date published: 2019-03-21
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