Escape from a beautiful and deadly world in Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny! You left the big city to start a new life in Brownville, Louisiana, where your friends Ben and Louise have lined up a job for you. Your new boss, Simon, seems like a friendly enough guy –he even suggests the four of you play a nice game of cards when you arrive. But it turns out that this is no ordinary game… The second you set a card down on the table, you find yourself in a strange world. As you explore your surroundings, it starts to sink in – you and your friends have become living pieces in someone's deadly game. Can you survive to the end? Find out in this gorgeous Hidden Object Adventure game! 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:It is a good game but not exciting enough for me to immediately push the buy button. Based on completion of the main and bonus games I found this the most beautifully visual game I've ever played. Rated 5 out of 5 by hermitcave from Trapped in a card game that you have to survive and win to get out Times are hard in the big city so a college friend suggests you come to the small town of Brownville, Louisiana as there is plenty of work available there. Everything in this game made sense, in an other-worldly way. I respectfully disagree with fellow contributors, and I cannot understand why this stunning adventure has received low ratings. You really have to look carefully to find the items, but they are all in plain sight. You try to find magical cards that will transport you to another world. I found all but one. Items are clear with most being easily found and some faded or partially hidden. Hope there are more like this. The voiceovers are good, spoiled a bit by an attempt at lip synch that does come off. Kept me going and made me think in different ways.
That we could somehow find a stairway or a door or a portal to a world of which this is just a shadow? This is not the case here. Check it out You should play the demo and make your own decision. The cut scenes are marvellous, especially once you are into the game proper. You travel there by bus to meet your friend at Simon's Club that is owned by the owner of the local garment factory where you will be working. The cards also double as magical powers to aid your journey. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Excellent Game! Game play is your standard adventure with Hidden object scenes that are basic list of items with some interactions. This was a very different storyline than usual, thank goodness! When you turn over the first card, you are suddenly teleported into the scene on the card. The HOS consists of only junk piles and are not revisited. I normally do not like games with cute characters and more fantasy elements, but this game held my interest completely. Although the puzzles were more of the same type that we generally encounter in HOPA games, they were still fun and some were a bit more challenging than others.
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There are 30 puzzle pieces to find and as I only played the demo, I am just assuming that they will be useful at the end. The only fault I have with the graphics is that the characters seem cartoonish or reminiscent of Claymation figures and seem to lack personality, but aside from that the rest of the artwork is wonderful. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by psylocibin from The? This was also a fairly long game for not being a CE. Things aren't right and almost immediately you are warned to leave by a card wielding woman who warns that Brownville isn't safe! A fun, whimsical, oddball fantasy world with a great little sidekick you get to name. Your friend Ben and his wife Aztec Tribe: New Land there also and you all have to survive the game. It is more like an adventure game with puzzles. The creatures in Legends of India lands are sometimes helpful and sometimes not, but always entertaining. I just managed to complete it with one minute to the clock. And it was relatively easy without seeming too easy. Map to make movement between areas easier, with designated areas needing attention color coded. The HOS are very interactive list finds with most of the interactions requiring more than one step.
Puzzles were varied and most were fairly easy. No doubt a buy, the reviews made up my mind that the SE was the way to go for the best value, but value is fully here. You have a journal that contains notes to help you as you progress on your adventure. This was better than a lot of the games I've played. I liked the story too. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Excellent Game! A deadly card game sends you into other worlds where you are not expected to survive. I am surprised that this game did not have more ratings because this game is unusual. The map is of great help here which makes it easier. It is more like an adventure game with puzzles. Graphics are cartoon type but very well done with bright colors. I am not a long-winded reviewer, so I apologize for not providing details, but I would say that even if you normally like the darker games like I do, you will still enjoy this one. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy.
Kept me going and made me think in different ways. I personally did find the story Prisobers interesting but the game play was just too easy for me, rather uncomplicated. I'm going to give this game kudos for out of the box thinking. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Destny from Very good game What a nice surprise! Sorry but I will pass for now. This is the first game I didn't use the hint button once so I can't say how it works. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Subliminal Realms: The Masterpiece from Prisoners of destiny is an Destinny fantastic CE And of course the bonus chapter. Anyway a very fine game Items are clear with most being easily found and some faded or partially hidden. You are now Editiion there and must play the game and survive in order to escape. The scenery is stunning, your helpful pet adorable, and the story line is so different from the usual. The HOS are very interactive lists with most Mahjong Valentines Day the interactions requiring more than one step. Game play is your standard adventure with Hidden object scenes that Teddy Tavern: A Culinary Adventure basic list of items with some interactions. There are puzzle shaped collectibles in most of the scenes and they are usually very well hidden.
You decide to stay and enter the club where your friend Ben and his wife Louise and your new boss, Simon are waiting. Upon arrival, your new boss, Simon, invites the four of you play a nice game of cards and naturally you accept, after all, he is the Boss. Each world is different. There was another Dangerous Game that came out this week and since BF was doing a 2 for 1 sale I chose to buy this one and I'm so glad I did. Turns out he is not doing you a favour, but I am not sure he knew that when he sent the invite. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CarelessWhispers from Don't miss this one These developers are just getting better and better. It is a good game but not exciting enough for me to immediately push the buy button. You also have a deck of cards that will help you with certain tasks like freezing, opening up portals and the rest which I have yet to decipher. The voiceovers are good, spoiled a bit by an attempt at lip synch that does come off. Puzzles were varied and most were fairly easy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Annateia from Refreshing, original game in the spirit of Jumanji The game is extremely good and has well designed elements, from visual aspects to the story. I loved every minute of this epic world and I didn't want to leave Everything in this game made sense, in an other-worldly way.