Awakening: The Golden Age

Before Queen Sophia was born, the Human Kingdom lived in an age of glory: the golden age. However, this age too had its dark times. Beneath a veneer of peace, war has come with minotaurs invading human villages. But there is more to this war than meets the eye, and you must uncover it. The minotaurs claim that humans have been starving them, but how could this be true? Escape your village, investigate the truth, and journey to the ends of the kingdom and into its castles, meeting allies with unique abilities that can help you. Uncover the secrets behind the war, or the kingdom of your birth will be destroyed!

Very surprised to see the low reviews for this game. Er, what?! Uncover the secrets behind the war, or the kingdom of your birth will be destroyed! Granted, it was kind of slow at first; the graphics could have been much better, but overall, it was a nice game to play. Together, you battle the force that is destroying both of your kingdoms. Where are the fairies? I would say that this has a minimal re-play value. Another fantastic game by Boom Zap. I liked the characters that help you on the journey, although I missed my pocket dragon! I would be stoked if they made a spin off series in the form of prequels ending with Sophia placed in her slumber and all the planning that went in to that;. I bought it without playing the trail since I already have the other ones so buying this was a no brainer. While the plot with the minotaurs was compelling and fun, THAT should have been the bonus game--introduce us to Sasha first through her quest to connect to the future queen, and then give us a little bit of background how Sasha became an important person to the Kingdom through her minotaur quest. Had lots of hidden object scenes, but not as many minigames. Wish I'd gone for the CE instead! The minotaurs claim that humans have been starving them, but how could this be true?

There are fairytale elements such as Minotaurs, a prince who can light items with a ball of fire, and an amulet that allows you to "see" invisible items. Our Awakening guide is live and ready to help you survive the Minotaur invasion of your village, as the creatures search for Prince Cedric, the person they hold responsible for their recent famine. I would say that this has a minimal re-play value. Had lots of hidden object scenes, but not as many minigames. I'm a bit dismayed with some of the low stars on this game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by alisonofagun from Who wouldn't want more "Awakening"? This story takes place long before Queen Sophia was born, when the humans lived in prosperity, which they called the Golden Age. The prince character's a little weird, but aren't they all? I didn't see a wolf. Wish I'd gone for the CE instead! I have even used a magnifing glass and still could not find them. The music is Enya-like, ie soothing. Very glad I did. I have the rest of the Awakening series in CE versions, but after reading the bad reviews of this one I felt compelled to go for the SE. Although I enjoyed it, it really wasn't much of a challenge.

I'm a bit dismayed with some of the low stars on this game. There are fairytale elements such as Minotaurs, a prince who can light items with a ball of fire, and an amulet that allows you to "see" invisible items. I have the rest of the Awakening series in CE versions, but after reading the bad reviews of this one I felt compelled to go for the SE. I would say that this has a minimal re-play value. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ninja from Game Gold Loved this game. I just wish I had known how much I would want the CE instead. Also there are scenes I haven't found any fairies. Good for the novice. I have played this game at least 10 times and the best I have done is needing 7 fairies. Very surprised to see the low reviews for this game. I would be stoked if they made a spin off series in the form of prequels ending with Sophia placed in her slumber and all the planning that went in to that;. Mini-games were easily playable and HO scenes weren't bad either. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from a pretty good game there are three levels. The story takes place before Queen Sofia but still in the same land of humans with magic.


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I have other games by the same makers, but this one stands above! Beneath a veneer Magic Farm peace, war has come with minotaurs invading human villages. Where are the fairies? I wish now I hadn't! I have even used a magnifing glass and still could not find them. I just wish I had known how much Stone Age Cafe would want the CE instead. Give this game a chance, it starts out slow but picks up the pace, especially when you pair up with the Minotaurs healer. Hope I can help other people who might be waffling not make the same mistake! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by alisonofagun from Who wouldn't want more "Awakening"? Our Awakening Awakening: The Golden Age is live and ready to help you survive the Minotaur invasion of your village, as the creatures search for Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist Cedric, the person they Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist responsible for their recent famine. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by girl from Good One! This story takes place long before Queen Sophia was born, when the humans lived in prosperity, which they called the Golden Age. Fun, beautiful game.

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from a pretty good game there are three levels. But there is more to this war than meets the eye, and you must uncover it. Where are the fairies? Is it the best in the Awakening series- no, definitely not, but it is fun, and I always like the chance to travel back to a game world I enjoyed before, that is what you get here. Takes a good amount of time to play I'm not finished yet , and the story is well written. Wish I'd gone for the CE instead! This is set in our usual Princess Sophia's human world past, but because it predates her we only get little nods to other games in the series goblin automatons, for instance. I liked the Collectors Edition better because of the very well hidden Fairies, which made the game more fun. Give this game a chance, it starts out slow but picks up the pace, especially when you pair up with the Minotaurs healer. I'm a bit dismayed with some of the low stars on this game. Had lots of hidden object scenes, but not as many minigames. I liked the characters that help you on the journey, although I missed my pocket dragon! Rated 5 out of 5 by Sunoe from Surprised how fun this game is! Also there are scenes I haven't found any fairies. Fun, beautiful game.

It is rather short compared to the others in Awakening: The Golden Age series but I thought it was still really fun to play. Again three difficulties to chose from and the regular difficulty was the same as in the previous Awakening games. The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly interactive list finds which exposes a fragmented piece of a crest with each object found, to finding multiples of several items within a hand drawn sketch such as 10 flowers, clouds, shields etc. Also where is the wolf? Really Awakenimg: at the low rating, I didn't find the game slow, boring, or stilted. The Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist talk about showing the wolf a badge or something. I found 2 in one scene.


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12 thoughts on “Awakening: The Golden Age

  1. Really surprised at the low rating, I didn't find the game slow, boring, or stilted. Very surprised to see the low reviews for this game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from a pretty good game there are three levels.

  2. I just wish I had known how much I would want the CE instead. Mini-games were easily playable and HO scenes weren't bad either. The story takes place before Queen Sofia but still in the same land of humans with magic. Had lots of hidden object scenes, but not as many minigames.

  3. Again three difficulties to chose from and the regular difficulty was the same as in the previous Awakening games. The prince character's a little weird, but aren't they all? Wish I'd gone for the CE instead!

  4. Sasha is the only human that believes the Minotaurs and works diligently to expose the truth and find out who built the dams that have left the Minotaurs Kingdom barren. But there is more to this war than meets the eye, and you must uncover it. I would say that this has a minimal re-play value.

  5. This story takes place long before Queen Sophia was born, when the humans lived in prosperity, which they called the Golden Age. While the plot with the minotaurs was compelling and fun, THAT should have been the bonus game--introduce us to Sasha first through her quest to connect to the future queen, and then give us a little bit of background how Sasha became an important person to the Kingdom through her minotaur quest. Once Sasha meets up with Prince Cedric whose magical power consists of creating fire with his bare hands, the two of them hatch a Hoopoe bird which is nothing more than a hint icon and really doesn't do anything. Game moves quickly, with mini puzzles being easy, and HOPs are varied.

  6. There are fairytale elements such as Minotaurs, a prince who can light items with a ball of fire, and an amulet that allows you to "see" invisible items. Some of the puzzles were pretty simple, but sometimes you want to actually accomplish something when you play, and I love the music. It is rather short compared to the others in the series but I thought it was still really fun to play.

  7. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jasfsr from Interesting Not too hard. Wish I'd gone for the CE instead! Artwork is beautiful, with scenery and setting reminiscent of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy.

  8. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by girl from Good One! I found 2 in one scene. MY issue with the game, and possibly others' as well, is where they decided to "cut" the story to divide it between an SE and a CE--between this and the difficulty level, I think this is what people were talking about when they said the game felt too short.

  9. I have even used a magnifing glass and still could not find them. I think where people probably had complaints was the challenge level--relatively, the game was a breeze. There are fairytale elements such as Minotaurs, a prince who can light items with a ball of fire, and an amulet that allows you to "see" invisible items.

  10. Had lots of hidden object scenes, but not as many minigames. The fact that this is a 'pre-quell' to the others in the 'Awakening' series may be why the developers didn't spend a great deal of time on the details. Also where is the wolf?

  11. However, I feel the need to note that a I'm a super-casual player who plays to unwind, so for me it was awesome and b the Awakening series, relatively, seems more geared towards being family-friendly and so I think is less difficult as a whole. The fact that this is a 'pre-quell' to the others in the 'Awakening' series may be why the developers didn't spend a great deal of time on the details. Some of the puzzles were pretty simple, but sometimes you want to actually accomplish something when you play, and I love the music. I just wish I had known how much I would want the CE instead. Good for the novice.

  12. But there is more to this war than meets the eye, and you must uncover it. The story takes place before Queen Sofia but still in the same land of humans with magic. I bought it without playing the trail since I already have the other ones so buying this was a no brainer. Game moves quickly, with mini puzzles being easy, and HOPs are varied.

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