• Awesome magical items
  • Perplexing puzzles
  • Help Emmy defeat her enemies!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 360

Review for game DreamWoods2

Enter a world filled with magic and help Emmy defeat her restless enemies as you solve Match 3 puzzles! Take your chances to stop an evil mage and his subordinate servants! Best them in an unfair battle using all kind of magic spells and acquired artifacts in DreamWoods 2: Puzzle Adventure! Can you team up with Emmy and save the day?

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

April 11, 2011

Game Rank

3546 points

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DreamWoods 2
May 7, 2014

This review is based solely on the free trial. I loved the animation style, plot, and gameplay of this game...for perhaps the first one or two levels. After that, it unfortunately became far too difficult for me to enjoy. :( Although this game is listed as a "brain-teaser" or "puzzle" game--genres that I often stay away from as too difficult--it's also described as match-3, a genre I enjoy immensely, so I figured perhaps it was a crossover game/belonged in more than one genre, or featured enough match-3 gameplay that I could still enjoy it. And yes, it IS technically match-3 style. However, more emphasis is placed on strategic placement of what in a typical match-3 game would be considered powerups or bonuses, such as bombs, dynamite, magical resources, etc. And instead of simply matching three or more like objects and/or using a powerup to remove obstacles...you have to stop and carefully place every item just so on the gameboard to set off a sort of chain reaction that will remove all the obstacles in ONE move. I. e., you don't just blow stuff up until you clear a path or clear all the tiles...you have ONE chance to get everything in its place and hope that it's all positioned just right so you can clear your path. If one item is out of place, the path won't be cleared, and you'll have to try over. In short, think of this game as the match-3 equivalent of a Rube Goldberg-type machine. One action sets off another, which sets off another, until a goal is achieved. On the one hand, this should be a delight for people who love strategy. On the other hand...it's extremely frustrating for people like me who have trouble thinking more than a few steps ahead. You need to envision the ENTIRE chain reaction and how it will play out as you place your pieces, and I'm simply unable to do that. If I recall correctly, the hint system doesn't help you very much, just tells you you need to clear this or that to get through #which you should already know!# or highlights one of the dev

Great Game
June 5, 2012

Loved this game. It is challenging and has a great story line.

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