Angela Young

Angela Young and her cat Felix have been drawn into the realm of dreams where the Lord of Nightmares seeks to corrupt everyone`s dreamscape and bring chaos to the world. But when Felix gets separated, Angela is left alone in this strange land. With the help of a mysterious wizard calling himself the Keeper of Dreams, Angela sets out to get Felix back, and stop the Lord of Nightmares. Help Angela navigate her own dreamscapes in this fantastical Hidden Object adventure!

One of my few complaints was the sudden ending. Date published: Some minigames were a little strange for children, like putting zodiac signs in the correct order actually, even I couldn't do it..! I recommend this game for anyone just wanting a relaxed straight forward hidden object game. This was unplanned and was done in reaction to a murder committed on the island while Young was there on holiday. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by hermitcave from A very cute, easy paced game for relaxing play I would put this as a beginning game or at least for those new to hidden object games. I guess it's supposed to be a fun game, more than educational. With the bright graphics, and simple instructions and design, it was a hit. All in all it was an ok game, but be prepared to help at times. This is a seek and find game with interactions such as finding a key to unlock a drawer or using a crowbar to pry up a floorboard. Young then left Saint Marie both angry and humiliated by this failure. It may be ok for children. Mini games are very easy and already very well known, like finding pairs, slidding pieces to free Angela, rotating rings to restore pattern

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This one would be good for kids also. It is not up to standard for adults. Overall the hidden object scenes were cute and I quite liked the game. I recommend this game for anyone just wanting a relaxed straight forward hidden object game. Rated 4 out of 5 by kahfess from Very Cute Game For Students I bought this game for my students to help teach the younger student to focus and follow directions. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Solitaire Match 2 Cards Valentines Day from Not As Bad As The First One I must admit that I enjoyed this game much better than the first game but in all fairness younger kids may very well like this game. With the bright graphics, and simple instructions and design, it was a hit. You have to find a few items for Angela, over and over, plus a few mini-games. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by bep1 from Not a quality game This game is boring, Angela Young just not done well. It did help my pre-teen to concentrate. Is only and always "help Angela to There are a lot of HO scenes to play through with some puzzles sprinkled throughout. Sometimes we would click randomly for ages before finding the correct place to use the object. Miracles games are very easy and already very well known, like finding pairs, slidding pieces to free Angela, rotating rings to restore pattern Insider Tales: Stolen Venus hint system didn't work very well, There were hints in hidden object scenes, but when you had to use an object Angela Young, the hint was inactive, there were no sparkles, nothing.

It has no "story"! Angela is still trying to make her way back home from the dreamworld and find her kitty before she returns. I recommend this game for anyone just wanting a relaxed straight forward hidden object game. There are a lot of HO scenes to play through with some puzzles sprinkled throughout. This one would be good for kids also. Graphics are well done, no voice over, sound is soft. I did find it enjoyable and relaxing with none of the dark and menacing things usually found in a game today. It did help my pre-teen to concentrate. Date published: Mini games are very easy and already very well known, like finding pairs, slidding pieces to free Angela, rotating rings to restore pattern You have to find a few items for Angela, over and over, plus a few mini-games. Rated 4 out of 5 by kahfess from Very Cute Game For Students I bought this game for my students to help teach the younger student to focus and follow directions. All in all it was an ok game, but be prepared to help at times. Sometimes we would click randomly for ages before finding the correct place to use the object. Young oversaw the investigation to its conclusion though it was an ill Poole who ultimately solved the case at which point her attachment to the Saint Marie police force was concluded and she returned home.

This is a seek and find game with interactions such as finding a key to unlock a drawer or using a crowbar to pry up a floorboard. It has no "story"! Sometimes we Holiday Solitaire Easter click randomly for ages before finding the correct place to use the object. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Not As Bad As The First One I must admit that I enjoyed this game much better than the first game but in all fairness younger kids may very well like this game. One of my few complaints was the sudden ending. Sequel is a little better than 1st, at least may be a fun game for children. With the bright graphics, and simple instructions and design, it was a hit. I recommend this game Angela Young anyone just wanting a relaxed straight forward hidden object game. Young, bored by the slow Chef Solitaire: USA of the Island, eagerly accepted and took command of the investigation which quickly indicated that Litefoot's death was in fact murder. I guess it's supposed to be Chainz 2 Relinked fun game, more than educational. Ultimately she reached the wrong Angela Young based on the evidence and was in the process of accusing an innocent man, when Poole who had been kept up to Angela Young during his lucid moments by Dwayne and Fidel arrived despite his illness and demonstrated the holes in her theory, culminating with him unmasking and arresting the true murderer. I did find it enjoyable and relaxing with none of the dark and The Enchanting Islands things usually found in a game today. Rated 4 out of 5 by kahfess from Very Cute Game For Students I bought this game for my students to help teach the younger student to focus and follow directions. Date published: It may be ok for children.


Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Rebr from Maybe children enjoy it! Mini games are very easy and already very well known, like finding pairs, slidding pieces to free Angela, rotating rings to restore pattern Young oversaw the investigation to its conclusion though it was an ill Poole who ultimately solved the case at which point her attachment to the Saint Marie police force was concluded and she returned home. Date published: I did find it enjoyable and relaxing with none of the dark and menacing things usually found in a game today. With the bright graphics, and simple instructions and design, it was a hit. This was unplanned and was done in reaction to a murder committed on the island while Young was there on holiday. Young, bored by the slow pace of the Island, eagerly accepted and took command of the investigation which quickly indicated that Litefoot's death was in fact murder. All in all it was an ok game, but be prepared to help at times. Nothing challenging! Sometimes we would click randomly for ages before finding the correct place to use the object. Sequel is a little better than 1st, at least may be a fun game for children.

Young, bored by the slow pace of the Island, eagerly accepted and took command of the investigation which quickly indicated that Litefoot's death was in fact murder. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Not As Bad As The First One I must admit that I enjoyed this game much better than the first game but in all fairness younger kids may very well like this game. There are a lot of HO scenes to play through with some puzzles sprinkled throughout. Is only and always "help Angela to Young then left Saint Marie both angry and humiliated by this failure. Overall the hidden object scenes were cute and I quite liked the game. It may be ok for children. Graphics are well done, no voice over, sound is soft. Nothing challenging! It is pretty much a straight forward hidden object game, with lots to find and things to find in an instructed order. This is a seek and find game with interactions such as finding a key to unlock a drawer or using a crowbar to pry up a floorboard. Some minigames were a little strange for children, like putting zodiac signs in the correct order actually, even I couldn't do it..! Angela is still trying to make her way back home from the dreamworld and find her kitty before she returns. There are list finds, finding the item that matches the silhouetted shapes, and finding multiple items such as 4 brushes and 6 insects. Nothing very hard.

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  1. It has no "story"! Date published: Nothing very hard. It did help my pre-teen to concentrate.

  2. However Young proved perhaps more of a hindrance than a help to the investigation, behaving very condescending to the local officers, demanding they address her respectfully believing her rank of DS inherently made her smarter and better than the local constables , despite her habit of addressing Fidel condescendingly as 'Freddy'. Angela is still trying to make her way back home from the dreamworld and find her kitty before she returns. This version isn't quite as cartoonish as the first and the mini games were more fun such as a game of blocks where you must move blocks up and down or horizontally until Angela's boat has a clear passage out. I did find it enjoyable and relaxing with none of the dark and menacing things usually found in a game today.

  3. One of my few complaints was the sudden ending. Young then left Saint Marie both angry and humiliated by this failure. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Not As Bad As The First One I must admit that I enjoyed this game much better than the first game but in all fairness younger kids may very well like this game.

  4. She is played by Shirley Henderson. All in all it was an ok game, but be prepared to help at times. There are a lot of HO scenes to play through with some puzzles sprinkled throughout. Nothings complex about this game, dark or eerie. Nothing challenging!

  5. It has no "story"! One of my few complaints was the sudden ending. Graphics are well done, no voice over, sound is soft. Recommend for Kids!!!

  6. It is not up to standard for adults. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Rebr from Maybe children enjoy it! Graphics are well done, no voice over, sound is soft. With the bright graphics, and simple instructions and design, it was a hit. Is only and always "help Angela to

  7. Young oversaw the investigation to its conclusion though it was an ill Poole who ultimately solved the case at which point her attachment to the Saint Marie police force was concluded and she returned home. There are a lot of HO scenes to play through with some puzzles sprinkled throughout. This version isn't quite as cartoonish as the first and the mini games were more fun such as a game of blocks where you must move blocks up and down or horizontally until Angela's boat has a clear passage out. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Not As Bad As The First One I must admit that I enjoyed this game much better than the first game but in all fairness younger kids may very well like this game. However Young proved perhaps more of a hindrance than a help to the investigation, behaving very condescending to the local officers, demanding they address her respectfully believing her rank of DS inherently made her smarter and better than the local constables , despite her habit of addressing Fidel condescendingly as 'Freddy'.

  8. Is only and always "help Angela to I did find it enjoyable and relaxing with none of the dark and menacing things usually found in a game today. Some minigames were a little strange for children, like putting zodiac signs in the correct order actually, even I couldn't do it..!

  9. With the bright graphics, and simple instructions and design, it was a hit. This is a seek and find game with interactions such as finding a key to unlock a drawer or using a crowbar to pry up a floorboard. There are a lot of HO scenes to play through with some puzzles sprinkled throughout. Date published:

  10. Young, bored by the slow pace of the Island, eagerly accepted and took command of the investigation which quickly indicated that Litefoot's death was in fact murder. Young oversaw the investigation to its conclusion though it was an ill Poole who ultimately solved the case at which point her attachment to the Saint Marie police force was concluded and she returned home. All in all it was an ok game, but be prepared to help at times.

  11. Some minigames were a little strange for children, like putting zodiac signs in the correct order actually, even I couldn't do it..! There are a lot of HO scenes to play through with some puzzles sprinkled throughout. I did find it enjoyable and relaxing with none of the dark and menacing things usually found in a game today. Graphics are well done, no voice over, sound is soft.

  12. It is not up to standard for adults. Date published: Young, bored by the slow pace of the Island, eagerly accepted and took command of the investigation which quickly indicated that Litefoot's death was in fact murder. It has no "story"!

  13. This version isn't quite as cartoonish as the first and the mini games were more fun such as a game of blocks where you must move blocks up and down or horizontally until Angela's boat has a clear passage out. I guess it's supposed to be a fun game, more than educational. Young then left Saint Marie both angry and humiliated by this failure.

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