Aerie - Spirit of the Forest

After a natural disaster, Shangri-La lays in ashes. Aerie and the will-o-wisps are called upon to bring the land back to life. Guide them through forests, mountains, swamps and snowy peaks as they heal many different plants and trees. Awaken slumbering animals and cure them - they will give you valuable resources to heal nature’s wounds. Use strategic thinking to repair the planet in this fun Strategy game, Aerie – Spirit of the Forest!


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The environmentally friendly storyline of Aerie: Spirit of the Forest is perfect for young children! I found it quite challenging timewise, and sometimes it took a number of attempts to actually pass the level. It was fairly easy though and didn't provide much of a challenge gameplay wise. Beautiful graphics, plenty of challenge, fun story. Ravaged by disaster, the land of Shangri-La has become a desolate and dead place. Probably great for tweens! Ravaged by disaster, the land of Shangri-La has become Aerie - Spirit of the Forest desolate and dead place. The timer seems real short, even for a TM game. Trek through forests and swamps and over the distant snow-capped mountain peaks of Shangri-La as you use Princess Isabella: Return of the Curse magic to restore the world. This game took me about three hours to beat from beginning to end, I wouldn't waste a credit or money on it if I Sparkle Unleashed you. Take on the mantle of a protective spirit in Aerie: Spirit of the Forest, a new and fun tactical strategy game. The final level was even accomplished with plenty of time left over at the end. Shangri-La is depending on you to make the right choices! Overall I did like it but won't be replaying it as much as other games.

Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by randnsmama2 from Slow moving game This game is so boring! Ravaged by disaster, the land of Shangri-La has become a desolate and dead place. If however you find short timers too frustrating The forest scenes and especially the lighting effects look great. In Aerie: Spirit of the Forest, you must carefully manage your resources as you work to restore balance to the ecosystem. It is unique in this category. The timer seems real short, even for a TM game. This game took me about three hours to beat from beginning to end, I wouldn't waste a credit or money on it if I were you. Great game to build an awareness of needing to heal nature in kids. The level of challenge was extremely disappointing, in the entire game there was only one level I had to retry in order to beat, and it only required one retry at that. Trek through forests and swamps and over the distant snow-capped mountain peaks of Shangri-La as you use your magic to restore the world. I would like to know if there will ever be a chapter two of this game would really be interested in knowing what they could come up with as a sequile for this game

Date published: Rated 4 Splrit of 5 by Katwoman55 from Beautiful but not overly challenging Lovely graphics and a good story. Thoroughly thf playing it. Beautiful graphics, plenty of challenge, fun story. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by kjwhitlock22 from Horrible Graphics I felt like I was playing an Atari game. I expect to have to manage my time in time management games, not just sit. Play through all thirty five levels again and again as you attempt to figure out the perfect balance that will restore the land in least amount of time possible. I wish there Alien Shooter: Revisited more like it! Trek through forests and swamps and over the distant snow-capped mountain peaks of Shangri-La as you use your magic to restore the world. You must guide Aerie, a nature spirit, and her band of will-o-wisps as they seek to restore the natural wonders og her homeworld. The atmosphere is always so pleasant that the game isn't stressful, but it can be fairly challenging in later levels. It was fairly easy Spigit and didn't provide much of a challenge gameplay wise.


I've played it several times. This game took me about three hours to beat from beginning to end, I wouldn't waste a credit or money on it if I were you. I would like to know if there will ever be a chapter two of this game would really be interested in knowing what they could come up with as a sequile for this game Overall I did like it but won't be replaying it as much as other games. If however you find short timers too frustrating Thoroughly enjoyed playing it. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by JennyerSuper from Mediocre at best I found this game to be thoroughly average. It is always free. You get to heal the forest using mana, will-o-wisps and quite a few different kinds of animals who help you. Take on the mantle of a protective spirit in Aerie: Spirit of the Forest, a new and fun tactical strategy game. The critters need your help and guidance to know what needs to be done as you race against the clock. I finished this game some time ago and still enjoy replaying it. I am not really a rush around TM fan, but this game was intriguing and fun enough for me to want to continue.

Loved its theme of "saving the planet". The level of challenge was extremely disappointing, in the entire game there was only one level I had to retry in order to beat, and it only required one retry at that. The forest scenes and especially the lighting effects look great. I expect to have to manage my time in time management games, not just sit. Shangri-La is depending on you to make the right choices! You must guide Aerie, a nature spirit, and her band of will-o-wisps as they seek to restore the natural wonders of her homeworld. This game took me about three hours to beat from beginning to end, I wouldn't waste a credit or money on it if I were you. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Katwoman55 from Beautiful but not overly challenging Lovely graphics and a good story. I finished this game some time ago and still enjoy replaying it. Play through all thirty five levels again and again as you attempt to figure out the perfect balance that will restore the land in least amount of time possible. Ravaged by disaster, the land of Shangri-La has become a desolate and dead place. Trek through forests and swamps and over the distant snow-capped mountain peaks of Shangri-La as you use your magic to restore the world. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by randnsmama2 from Slow moving game This game is so boring!

Great game to build an awareness of needing to heal nature in kids. I wish there were more like it! Trek through forests and swamps and over the distant snow-capped mountain peaks of Shangri-La as you use your magic to restore the world. The graphics weren't great and the story was lacking. It is unique in this category. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by randnsmama2 from Slow moving game This game is so boring! I expect to have to manage my time in time management games, not just sit. The critters need your help and guidance to know what needs to be done as you race against the clock. The environmentally friendly storyline of Aerie: Spirit of the Forest is perfect for young children! It is always free. Only then can the idyllic beauty of the land be restored. Probably great for tweens! The forest scenes and especially the lighting effects look great. Ads Shangri-La needs your help to make nature whole again!

12 thoughts on “Aerie - Spirit of the Forest

  1. The environmentally friendly storyline of Aerie: Spirit of the Forest is perfect for young children! You must guide Aerie, a nature spirit, and her band of will-o-wisps as they seek to restore the natural wonders of her homeworld. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Katwoman55 from Beautiful but not overly challenging Lovely graphics and a good story. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by randnsmama2 from Slow moving game This game is so boring! You are given the help of a will-o-wisp to start out each level, and can release a second one.

  2. Probably great for tweens! The final level was even accomplished with plenty of time left over at the end. It is always free. I wish there were more like it!

  3. I expect to have to manage my time in time management games, not just sit. I will finish and most likely, replay this one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kattykit from A favorite I just finished playing this game and would list it as one of my favorite time management game. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by kjwhitlock22 from Horrible Graphics I felt like I was playing an Atari game. I've played it several times.

  4. The critters need your help and guidance to know what needs to be done as you race against the clock. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Katwoman55 from Beautiful but not overly challenging Lovely graphics and a good story. Waken gophers, heal the ancient oaks, ford raging rivers and more as you try to find the resources you need to heal the wounds of nature. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ccorrin from Great Game I enjoyed this game a lot. Shangri-La is depending on you to make the right choices!

  5. You are given the help of a will-o-wisp to start out each level, and can release a second one. The timer seems real short, even for a TM game. Beautiful graphics, plenty of challenge, fun story. There are also hidden objects, such as mushrooms or mountain crystals, in each level.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Donna from great game I really like the game i have owned it for very long time and really enjoy playing it from time to time Waken gophers, heal the ancient oaks, ford raging rivers and more as you try to find the resources you need to heal the wounds of nature. You are given the help of a will-o-wisp to start out each level, and can release a second one. The level of challenge was extremely disappointing, in the entire game there was only one level I had to retry in order to beat, and it only required one retry at that.

  7. Loved its theme of "saving the planet". I will finish and most likely, replay this one. This game took me about three hours to beat from beginning to end, I wouldn't waste a credit or money on it if I were you. I would like to know if there will ever be a chapter two of this game would really be interested in knowing what they could come up with as a sequile for this game The environmentally friendly storyline of Aerie: Spirit of the Forest is perfect for young children!

  8. Shangri-La is depending on you to make the right choices! Highly recommended! The level of challenge was extremely disappointing, in the entire game there was only one level I had to retry in order to beat, and it only required one retry at that. I wish there were more like it! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Donna from great game I really like the game i have owned it for very long time and really enjoy playing it from time to time

  9. If however you find short timers too frustrating Great game to build an awareness of needing to heal nature in kids. Play through all thirty five levels again and again as you attempt to figure out the perfect balance that will restore the land in least amount of time possible.

  10. Ravaged by disaster, the land of Shangri-La has become a desolate and dead place. I expect to have to manage my time in time management games, not just sit. In Aerie: Spirit of the Forest, you must carefully manage your resources as you work to restore balance to the ecosystem. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kattykit from A favorite I just finished playing this game and would list it as one of my favorite time management game.

  11. Advertisement Aerie: Spirit of the Forest Take on the mantle of a protective spirit in Aerie: Spirit of the Forest, a new and fun tactical strategy game. You get to heal the forest using mana, will-o-wisps and quite a few different kinds of animals who help you. Play through all thirty five levels again and again as you attempt to figure out the perfect balance that will restore the land in least amount of time possible. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ccorrin from Great Game I enjoyed this game a lot.

  12. You have to choose your strategy carefully if you want to finish healing the forest during the right moon phase so that you can get the moonstones to restore the nature temples. However, it was always fun to replay the same levels over again and it never felt frustrating. I am not really a rush around TM fan, but this game was intriguing and fun enough for me to want to continue. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by randnsmama2 from Slow moving game This game is so boring!

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