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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!

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Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Fun Love Story It has 5 chapters. 9 hops, 11 mini-games and 24 movies. Some hops are used more than once but I liked doing the flower hops twice. It has a nice glass window hops. Some things in the scenes are interactive for example-a rainbow, kitty and a paper boat. Special cylinders goes inside a barrel organ to tell you parts of the story. I bought the collector's edition and with all the extras and the guide to understand some mini-games it was very fun for me. I don't think I would like the standard edition as well. I would recommend this game in the Collector's Edition.
Date published: 2019-06-26
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: 2019-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from DID I JUST BECOME A GIANT OR DID EVERYONE ELSE SHRINK? Completed CE game approx. 4.5 hours (including CE Bonus Chapter & all mini-games) Completed Demo of SE version Dr. Thumble must be really good at hypnosis techniques because this session seems incredibly real. One minute I'm at the shrink's office, the next, everyone else has shrunk! I hope the good doctor doesn't expect me to pay for this office visit, what a nightmare! I wake up to find myself shackled and held prisoner by little tin soldiers the size of the rice crispies I ate for breakfast. To make matters worse, the shrink keeps telling me to find Gulliver if I want to wake up from this jolly green giant fairytale nightmare and some smart-donkey (if only lol) just stole my compass, I am not paying for this shrinking giant session, I'm not even the only giant on the block! There's yet another Gadget, (only used 5x's) an Organ that plays movie clips to progress the background story, once you find the cylinders. For some strange reason, gadgets seem to come in waves, every game will have them at one point and then none of the games will have them. I can't understand why they add a gadget or helper which automatically cuts the targeted audience in half. Most gamers won't choose a game because it HAS a gadget, but they will choose to NOT play a game because it has a gadget!...just saying... The Collector's Edition version has Morphing Objects and Hidden Key Silhouettes in most of the scene locations. I found myself staring at some of the scenes quite intently searching for some of those keys, so kudos my 4Friends! The Morphing Objects morph at a decent enough speed to make them fairly challenging to find, however, I wish devs would be a little more creative with my all-time favorite feature, and hopefully, they will read my suggestions here (as a general overall scenario) The location of the morphs always seems to be located in obvious places, I shouldn't be able to anticipate where it will be the second I enter a new scene (and of course, it's always there) They always morph too fast and the flashing grabs your attention before you even start to look for them in the usual spot. Lastly, but most importantly, don't have a mushroom morph into a white baseball or any other object that isn't related to the mushroom or the scene's surrounding theme! If all you have to do is glance at the scene to scan for an out-of-place fast-flashing object what's the purpose? There are 14 Hidden Object Scenes in the Main Chapters and 6 within the CE Bonus Chapter. Most of the HOP's are just average Listed Item Finds with an occasional slight interaction to perform on one or two objects. I felt like the scene locations could have been a bit more colorful and more thought should have been applied to their creativity. Towards the last few chapters, the Hidden Object Scenes are repeated in the same location which didn't impress me, but in all fairness, I'm rarely impressed by HOP's nowadays. There are also Multiple's of the Same Object Finds, Pictured Item Finds, Silhouetted Shape Finds, and Related Pair Finds. One HOP I did find creative required using a magnet to locate items you couldn't see until the magnet picked it up, and that same scene was repeated shortly after to find several colorful flowers. There are 17 Mini-Games in the Main Chapters and 5 within the CE Bonus Chapter, and 4Friends got it right. The mini-games start out easy and uncomplicated but become increasingly more complex as the game progresses. Not to the extreme extent of being mind-boggling frustrating, just more intricate. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games I found interesting: 1-Prevent the donkey from escaping by destroying bridges to trap him. 2-Adjust segments of arms & legs until they land on letters. 3-Select blue buttons to flip over the indicated stained-glass pieces. 4-Find related pairs by flipping over 2 cards which swap if incorrect. 5-Use directional arrows to gather seaweed in a specified number of moves, using portals. 6-Swap pie-shaped pieces in groups of 3 to complete the image. 7-Swap tokens to their matching image by changing path directions. 8-Move the sphere through a honeycomb grid & avoid cannonball shots. The CE Bonus Chapter goes back in time slightly and is centered around the timeframe when Gulliver was imprisoned by the Lilliputians. The main characters are Gulliver and Rose, and it helps to fill in the blanks of the Main Chapter's storyline gaps. There are 6 Hidden Object Scenes and 5 Mini-Games within this average length chapter, consisting of 8 Scenes (about the length of any of the main chapters, not too long, not too short, in my opinion) You will pick up the remaining 8 Key Silhouettes which unlocks the Treasure Chest to award you with a handful of mini-game puzzles. You will also find the remaining 8 Morphing Objects that unlocks the final 2 Pond decorations as well. The Collector's Edition version has 12 Wallpapers, 16 Concept Art Pictures (before/after) 4 Screensavers, 6 Music Soundtracks, 29 Re-playable Movie Video Cutscenes, 12 Re-playable Hidden Object Scenes, 14 Re-playable Mini-Games, 21 Achievements to Earn (12 achievements have 3 categories) 27 Hidden Key Silhouettes, 33 Morphing Objects, 5 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a Built-in Strategy Guide. BRIDGE TO ANOTHER WORLD SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Burnt Dreams (April 27-2014) 4.0 2-The Others (April 26-2015) 3.8 3-Alice In Shadowland (September 2-2016) 4.3 4-Escape From Oz (June 30-2017) 4.6 5-Through The Looking Glass (July 6-2018) 4.2 6-Gulliver Syndrome (April 14-2019) n/a by: 4Friends Games
Date published: 2019-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Help Gulliver Good solid game with a variety of Hidden objects and some fairly easy puzzles. It did, however, seem to end rather abruptly.
Date published: 2019-04-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It.s OK! I gave it a 3 star, but I really feel 2!. Did not like it much!! Of course, I never read Gulliver!! I will recommend.
Date published: 2019-08-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a happy ending. This had a good storyline, good graphics & sound, but the story didn't have a good ending, my opinion. I like where there's a happy ending and this one didn't fit the bill and there was no reason for it not too. Poor ending but the rest was good. You will enjoy playing it for the most part, though.
Date published: 2019-04-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Trial: WHAT! Gulliver Excellent graphics and characters with detailed scenery and décor. Everything I want and expect in a game and I played all the Bridge series, but this one was way too predictable and I thought a rather dull and boring concept and it just didn't have enough concept to make me want to move forward with it. Hidden object games were well done as were the mini games, but too many mini games for my taste. I hope developers can put on their "thinking" caps and come up with some new and innovative ideas vs. depending on old fairy tales and classics.
Date published: 2019-05-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A waste of money I'm so mad at myself for wasting money on this game. I played the demo and it was okay. After buying, I realized there wasn't much game left after the demo ended. Plus the ending totally sucked. Short, crummy ending. What else can I say?
Date published: 2019-04-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The bridge to boring... bad ending This game is SIMPLE, way too easy. The items you collect are used in the same scene. It also had an unsatisfying ending that failed to tie up loose ends, really disappointing. Is there a part 2 coming to fix it??
Date published: 2019-04-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not interesting, not challenging The story sounded amazing in the beginning, but I lost interest pretty quickly. I usually love any fantasy story, but this was boring. I played this hoping it would end already. (I only played until the end because I don't like leaving things unfinished). If you do decide to buy this game, you must buy the CE because the standard game ends very abruptly and it's a terrible ending. The CE continues the story to actually end well. All the other CEs that I played had a second story that was related, but not essential to the main story. Here, the developers were too lazy to come up with another story so they simply removed the ending from the standard version and put it in the CE. This made me change my rating from the 3 stars that I would have given it, to 1 star.
Date published: 2019-06-25
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