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Domini Games proudly presents the latest spell-binding adventure in the Fairy Godmother Stories series!

The Ministry of Discipline needs your help! A new burglar going by the name “Puss in Boots” is loose on the streets of Taleville. With citizens living in fear and few leads to go from, only a Fairy Godmother of your caliber can crack the case! But appearances can be deceiving in this mystical world, and it’ll take all of your skills and magical prowess to find who’s pulling all the strings. Do you have what it takes to save the city in time? Find out in this breathtaking Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

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:

  • Rescue the Little Mermaid on her wedding day in the Bonus Chapter!
  • Replay your favorite HOPs and Mini-games to earn achievements!
  • Decorate your Fairy Room!
  • Enjoy exclusive wallpapers, videos, concept art, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1414 MB

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Fairy Godmother Stories: Puss in Boots Collector's Edition is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cats? Very good game. Good story line in the regular game. The bonus game was a little different. Try if first and if you like it the rest of the game is pretty much the same. Length of the game is longer than most of the games that have been coming out. One does search for items in this game but most of the items are used fairly quickly and some what easy to figure out what is to be done. Couple of the puzzles I didn't understand what to do so I skipped them but that is most likely my problem than others. Good mystery type game with a little make believe in it.
Date published: 2021-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from IT WOULD BE OH SO MUCH FUN TO HAVE A MAGIC WAND, WOULDN'T IT Here is my review after playing the demo for almost an hour. PROS: Good lip-synch/voiceover Colors very crisp, clear with good use of the color palette Good storyline A good eye to detail: For example: At the beginning of the game, where the man is talking. Look at his hands and you can see the outline of his very distinct veins (I don't recall seeing this before in any game, although I could have missed it. I point this out because I used to be an RN, and that is something we, as nurses, always noticed on a person's hand/arm, even after retirement). A very fun game (so far) HOS: There were some HOS's that I had never encountered before and they were fun and creative CONS: It just seems to me to be a game that has a little too much going on. A lot of moving around, going from scene to scene, having to 'charge' the magical wand, etc., All in all, a game that I look forward to buying when there is a BOGO sale.
Date published: 2021-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Cast of Fairy tales I enjoyed this game, why? because I love collecting the three collectables, I really enjoy the added feature such as the Magic wand. The story has held my attention from start to finished. Also enjoyed the bonus chapter as well. I am giving this 5 stars because it had everything I wanted in a game.
Date published: 2021-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BETTING ODDS ARE THAT YOU WILL LOVE THIS GAME! REVIEW BASED UPON THE ENTIRE GAME 7 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter – Strategy Guide: 43 pages (My Time: 6 Hours) STORY: Armed with your magic wand, head off to Taleville to solve another crime. Be certain to pack some sparkles in your ammo bag! As Fairy Godmother, use your magical ability to help your partner-in-fighting crime, Detective Goodwin, locate “Puss in Boots,” a two-bit gambler in need of a stash of cash to pay off his gambling debts. Instead of castles, this game will see you visiting casinos and the seamier side of Taleville. OPINON: What a fantastic game! To me, this game is better than the collector’s edition offered last week. Domini is my favorite developer and to me, this is one of the best games they have produced this year. I love this detective series and the ingenious way the developer uses fairytale characters to set the story within these detective games. This is an action-packed game with plenty of activities. I found no errors within this game – the game for me was an easy, smooth play. There are three collectables – morphing artifacts, photos, and poker chips used to purchase items for a Fairy Room. The player receives a gimmicky wand which is charged with sparkles before it is used. Most of the puzzles have the option to be played in either an easy mode for a more casual play or in a hard mode providing more challenge for those who wish it. As with other games, the settings for the puzzles can be set in the menu but can be changed while playing the game. MECHANICS: • Four (4) levels of play including a customized version. • 39 achievements. • Collect 15 photos and 15 morphing artifacts. • Collect 63 poker chips to outfit a Fairy Room. • 10 wallpapers along with concept art, music, and video sequences. • Gimmicky wand used throughout the game. Charge It with crystals you find within the scenes. • Replay 18 HOP scenes and 18 Mini-games. BONUS CHAPTER: Soap Opera Drama! Enter the soapy fairy tale world of Lagoon Island in which you, Fairy Godmother, have been invited to attend the wedding of the Little Mermaid and Prince Leo. Upon arrival, you discover that the bride-to-be’s father, King Newt, has been poisoned. Who could have done such a dastardly thing? As you investigate, enjoy all the drama of a fairy tale soap opera as you discover the culprit behind the crime. Enjoy this amusing melodrama as you compile evidence from the Sea Witch, Snow White, Prince Leo, and the Little Mermaid. I enjoyed this chapter immensely. There is some tongue-in-cheek humor throughout. There are five (5) HOP scenes and eight (8) mini-games. I loved the story in this chapter more than that in the main game. To me, this chapter is long and well-worth the price of a collector’s edition. HOP SCENES: There are eighteen (18) HOP scenes, and all can be replayed upon completion of the game. I always enjoy Domini’s HOP scenes because they are so creatively designed. There is also a Match-3 game which can be played instead. The game includes standard lists of items and silhouette items. There are also some puzzle-like scenes using cryptic clues and rebus clues. There are scenes where items are located and returned to the scene to be used to collect other items. There is a beautiful mosaic scene featuring Alice in Wonderland with its characters in which mosaic pieces are placed into their proper positions. Another cleverly designed scene involves a globe in which countries and fragments of countries are placed within the globe. MINI-GAMES: There are twenty-six (26) mini-games, eighteen (18) of which can be replayed upon completion of the game. They are thematic and vary in design and variety. I was thrilled to see a marble popper game for a change. I do not believe I have seen this puzzle in a game for some time. However, the marbles move a little too slow for my taste! SPOILERS: HERE ARE SOME OF THE MINI-GAMES AFTER THE DEMO: (E = Easy; H = Hard) A. E/H. Map puzzle. Use a magnifying glass on a map to locate 4 types of leaves. In the hard version you locate them in order presented. B. E/H. Switch puzzle. On a circular grid, switch two sets of symbols on two circular disks so that each set of like symbols is next to each other. The easy version only has 6 pairs of disks and the hard has 12 pairs. C. Switch puzzle. Switch the locations of two sets of colored yarn so they are reversed so that the pink yarn is on the right end and the blue yarn is on the left end. D. Connection puzzle. Rotate tiles on a 4 x 4 grid (16 tiles) so the path segments on the tiles connect in one continuous link. E. E/H. Rope puzzle. Move light spheres so none of their rays overlap. The hard version has more lights to untangle. F. Sequence puzzle. Remove interlocked bars in the proper sequence until all are removed. BONUS CHAPTER: G. Marble popper game. Shoot marbles onto a moving path of marbles to create chains of 3 or more to remove. Remove all the marbles before they reach the exit. H. E/H, Moving tiles puzzle. In this case moving chains. Move colored chain segments on a circular grid so each chain is next to one which matches it in color. The hard version has a disk which covers one side at a time. I. E/H. Connection puzzle. Connect sparkles in a line; however, you can only connect sparkles within the same row or column. The harder version has more sparkles to connect.
Date published: 2021-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fairy Godmother Stories: Puss in Boots Collector's Edition I enjoy playing games through this developer. I have played umpteen games based on Puss in Boots and this is one of the best that I have played
Date published: 2021-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a good HO game you need to solve the puss n boots mystery. there is something going on here and fairy godmother's got to try to solve it. i played on the custom level. this game is sort of short.
Date published: 2021-06-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Grown up Fairy Tale? It took me a minute because I haven't seen this crime but it starts out with a man holding my purse on the platform while I'm in the subway train holding the cut handles as we are moving. Later my purse is found but my wand is gone. They have you picking up four items to combine now instead of three. They want you to leave things you pick up in certain spots before you have everything. I think this can be exhausting. I would like more character interaction and videos to brake up the monotony. I don't understand why some players don't like accompaniment. I don't want to be alone and not talked to in a game. I liked the characters they have in the game but I'd like to talk with them more or do things together. I liked the stamp, tiled fountain, ocean chalk and fish hops the best. I didn't like the interactive hops or the find pairs behind things. The only mini-games I like was the combined symbols and shooting balls. You have a magic wand that needs charging by collecting magic spheres. It has 7 Chapters + Bonus. I collected 63 casino chips to buy things for my fairy tale room. The first thing I bought was the Grandfather's clock, then chair, then phone. Replays on 26 cutscenes, 18 hops, 18 mini-games and 5 music. I found 15 morphing artifacts and 15 photos. Has 10 wallpapers with characters I won't use. The 10 concept art has 3 pictures I would have liked for wallpaper polished up, #1, 2 and 9. Take a look in the garbage can outside the Tattered Cat Pub. I liked the game but it could be better without all the collecting and placing. It's a bit much.
Date published: 2021-05-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Good Start At Least Definitely an acquired taste, this series requires the player to suspend disbelief - well, actually to shoot it into orbit - and recast Cinderella's Fairy Godmother (hereinafter FGM) as a Raymond Chandler detective and her fairyland environment into Taleville, a gritty film noir dystopia. That's not too much, is it? Pros: the premise, for one - you either love it or hate it. FGM must navigate the all-too-familiar bureaucracy of the Ministry of Discipline in the beginning to replace a magic wand stolen by a purse snatcher. Puss In Boots is, of course, a cat burglar. Taleville possesses seedy gambling dens populated by unsavory characters. So far a great setup...but... Cons: the plot settled into a relatively mundane chase 'em down format with characters interchangeable with half of the crime genre, the magic wand turned into a gadget similarly replaceable, and Puss in Boots is just another unimpressive minor bad guy with a weird, inexplicable name, who shuffles off scene when his plot function is done. And just like that the magic is gone. Bonus game: the Little Mermaid's wedding is spoiled by evil-doers and FGM must run them down. A good bit of play with a plot more interesting than the main game. Overall, the game showed a very amusing tongue-in-cheek beginning that faded rapidly as the mystery (such as it was) began to take itself too seriously. It's a playable, entertaining game for the most part but loses the charm when FGM ends up riding motorcycles and acting more like Indiana Jones than a Mum with a wand. Three stars, a qualified recommendation, and a sigh.
Date published: 2021-05-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not My Favorite Feline In Boots but will just have to get over it. I'm not a big fan of the Fairy Godmother series but this story has a little more backbone to it. The old-fashioned Fairy Godmother stuff is more to my liking but maybe this release will prove to be worthwhile. I usually like Domini's creations and may end up buying so I can take advantage of today's sale. Once again the demo was too full of time-wasting tasks. Skipping puzzles didn't even help get me far enough along to enter the adventure. Needed items were, as usual, found in ridiculous places. I know it is just a game but, seriously, some logic would be much appreciated! However, I was astonished at not having to use an improvised zipper pull to open a bag. The graphics were nice and sharp. lots of rich color. The artwork could have been better, lacking something that took away from the quality somewhat. The scenes weren't terribly cluttered with things to search through, there were some interactive items. I liked the indoor plants with their blooms. Not much neon going on in the scenes I visited. The characters were well rendered. the voice's weren't hokey and lip movement synced accurately to the words. I really appreciate quality voice-overs. I especially liked Mr. Spellheart's, it was expressive and pleasant, very natural. HOPs still plagued with the big red X. I played 3 in the demo, good interactivity, average challenge. The Match 3 game had large, clunky tiles but played fine. Puzzles were interesting, seemed not too complicated, but I skipped in the interest of demo time. There was a good balance of HOPs and puzzles, a choice of Easy/Hard for the games which is always a good thing. An indicator bar was available to keep count of the collectibles. A Magic Wand was the helpful gimmick. It worked without the usual annoying components and quickly supplied the magic to fix the situation at hand. This CE contains the typical Domini collectibles and we have a Fairy Room to decorate this time. The collectibles were easy to spot in the demo but I didn't purposefully look for them. Fans of this series will likely have a ball with the story involving casinos rather than castles and a human Puss in Boots. Sounds like fun awaits in the seedy side of Taleville! I'm rating 3 stars simply because I wasn't able to play enough of the game to warrant otherwise.
Date published: 2021-05-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Middle of the road game I just completed the game, beginning to end. I'm not sure what happened to Domini, but somewhere along the line I think they were told to just churn out the games no matter what. I've played their older games and they were great. This game truly requires no thinking at all. Just run from task to task to task. Fairy Godmother is trying to help once again, however it sure takes her a long time to get things done. For a Fairy Godmother, she doesn't have much magic in her. She needs to charge her wand, but first you need to find the charging sparkles which truly showed up basically anywhere. The bonus chapter was more back and forth between the same 3 scenes. It was fairly long but I think I started dragging going back and forth. Domini does put out some great HOS although the red X's aren't needed or wanted. Some mini games I did, some I skipped. I'm not a puzzle person. I do give credit for the crisp clean graphics and if you are looking for something very light to play, grab this one. I'm running out of developers to keep my eye on for new games. Elephant sunk with their lack of length of games and the cutting out of things that should be in CE's. I'm relying on Grandma to come out with something new or for Big Fish to give the small developers a chance.
Date published: 2021-05-21
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