Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight

Friendly Cactus Games presents the next adventure in their Stranded Dreamscapes series. After the death of their patriarch, the Wolfgrin family suddenly went missing! The police assume it was kidnapping, so you’ve been called in to investigate. But what you find at the Wolfgrin estate is no mortal criminal. A ghostly presence roams the halls, yearning for justice. Can you uncover who is behind the disappearances and rescue the Wolfgrin family in time?! Find out in this haunting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

I have to tell you, I was totally bored with this game in the beginning few scenes of the mansion, but once I entered Fear Fest, it was game on! Shortly the two of you are in a carriage on the way to investigate the mysterious disappearances at the Wolfgrin estate. In the Collector's Edition, each scene has a Hidden Crescent Moon, and they have done an incredible job with blending them into the scenery. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pilot1 from A dark and quirky tale! While there is nothing new in the HO sequences or mini-games, there is enough of a twist to them that they are not too 'ho-hum, here we go again. A knock at your door. And what about that monster? A constable stands at the door in the rain and hands you a note as he apologizes for waking you. After the demo, the puzzles become more challenging as do the Hidden Object Scenes. These are worlds made up of their deepest fears, and let me tell you, little Chloe's fears are over the top, I'm almost afraid to move on to brother Ben! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by gcrazy from Tending toward creepy great mini games in a game. The Moonlight Necklace will allow you to travel through portals of each family member's imagination, their own personal little shop of horrors imaginations. Bad stuff: With the overused plot, tired game play, and stock characters, you might just want to trot out a game you already own and like! This is what happens when you dabble with the unknown, but the bigger question is, can you restore the Moonlight Necklace in time to save the Wolfgrin family?


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I bought this game in the Collector's Edition, Dreamscape: that's because I prefer the Bubble Zoo 2 and Morphs they offer. The owner of the Estate, John Wolfgrin, traveled and collected strange artifacts and masks. Take note, this is not a game for children! In this series:. In the meantime, No Sale. Stranced published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pilot1 Continental Cafe A dark and quirky tale! The only person left to tell a tale Little Things Forever the maid, and the things Moonlght witnessed within the mansion, has left her nearly insane. It's as though the developers do these back and forth things until they think of something else to add. The ambient sounds are Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight repetitive and the background music is tedious, although the English-accent voice-overs are Moonlighf nice. This is your typical low budget HO game in that all you do is go back and forth over and over getting things to open or use other things. No Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight story line or even a reason to investigate other than tSranded creepy guy roaming the halls of an abandoned mansion. As always, try the demo and decide for yourself. In the Collector's Edition, each scene has a Hidden Crescent Moon, and they have done an incredible job with blending them into the scenery. Can you uncover the cursed artifact that is rumored to be behind this phenomena and save the Wolfgrin family?

The story, music, graphics —the whole package, in fact— is too intense for the very young or, for that matter, for those whose taste in games does not run to the noir genre and slightly bizarre. In this series:. Take note, this is not a game for children! The storyline is neither particularly exciting nor refreshingly original. I bought this game in the Collector's Edition, but that's because I prefer the Collectibles and Morphs they offer. Bad stuff: With the overused plot, tired game play, and stock characters, you might just want to trot out a game you already own and like! Would probably be fun for beginners. This has to be one of the most boring games I have played in a while. No great story line or even a reason to investigate other than some creepy guy roaming the halls of an abandoned mansion. While the varied environment in each portal is appreciated, this idea has been done several times before in much better fashions. Each scene also has a Morphing Object, and again, they aren't at all obvious, you will have to concentrate to find most of them. Graphics are not up to par and are on the dark side and there is not good detail.

The retro graphics and another Victorian era time-frame put me off at first but, as I played, it all came together as being right for this game. He seems to be more afraid of you than you are of him because he is always running from you after saying some idiotic thing that, I guess,is supposed to make you run. This is what happens Tisnart Tiles you dabble with the unknown, but the bigger question is, can you restore the Moonlight Necklace in time to save the Wolfgrin family? If you don't care for the extra's, this version is fine, but the collectibles and morphs are really well done in the CE. I don't recommend this one at all but play the demo and decide for yourself. Shortly after the funeral, members of his family started Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight, leaving only the maid Fables of the Kingdom the house. The ambient sounds are quite repetitive and the background music is tedious, although the English-accent voice-overs are actually nice. This has to be one of the most boring games I have played in a while. Good stuff: All the usual game elements, most so recognizable, you will check to see when you played this game last! This is your typical low budget HO game in that all you do is go back and forth over and over getting things to open or use other things. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pilot1 from A dark and quirky tale! The only person left to tell a tale is the maid, and the things she's witnessed within the mansion, has left her Mahjong Easter insane. Graphics are not up to par and are on the dark side and there is not good detail. A constable stands at the door in the rain and hands you a note as he apologizes for waking you.


This is your typical low budget HO game in that all you do is go back and forth over and over getting things to open or use other things. Date published: Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight couples its unoriginal storyline with mediocre visuals. He died suddenly and was buried. Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from a good game you have been called in to solve why a whole family went missing after the patriarch dies. These are worlds made up of their deepest fears, and let me tell you, little Chloe's fears are over the top, I'm almost afraid to move on to brother Ben! At the same time, the majority of the puzzles are extremely simple, and those that are slightly more complex are more time-consuming than actually challenging. It's as though the developers do these back and forth things until they think of something else to add. The Moonlight Necklace will allow you to travel through portals of each family member's imagination, their own personal little shop of horrors imaginations. The Mini Games are far too easy in my opinion, and many seem to be the same variance. It definitely fits the mood and scene wherever in the game you may be. A constable stands at the door in the rain and hands you a note as he apologizes for waking you.

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Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight

A constable stands at the door in the rain and hands you a note as he apologizes for waking you. And what about that monster? The bonus chapter is incredibly stale, and added another 50 minutes to the game. The ambient sounds are quite repetitive and the background music is tedious, although the English-accent voice-overs are actually nice. At the same time, the majority of the puzzles are extremely simple, and those that are slightly more complex are more time-consuming than actually challenging. This is your typical low budget HO game in that all you do is go back and forth over and over getting things to open or use other things. Can you uncover the cursed artifact that is rumored to be behind this phenomena and save the Wolfgrin family? Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from a good game you have been called in to solve why a whole family went missing after the patriarch dies. I bought this game in the Collector's Edition, but that's because I prefer the Collectibles and Morphs they offer. You have been asked to investigate the Wolfgrin mansion for evidence, where the only person left to provide any clues is the family maid. This game is rife with the logic lapses I have come to recognize as some Devs' idea of normal. Would probably be fun for beginners.

13 thoughts on “Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight

  1. The retro graphics and another Victorian era time-frame put me off at first but, as I played, it all came together as being right for this game. The story, music, graphics —the whole package, in fact— is too intense for the very young or, for that matter, for those whose taste in games does not run to the noir genre and slightly bizarre. Kudos to whoever selected the background music! These are worlds made up of their deepest fears, and let me tell you, little Chloe's fears are over the top, I'm almost afraid to move on to brother Ben! While the varied environment in each portal is appreciated, this idea has been done several times before in much better fashions.

  2. Take note, this is not a game for children! The only person left to tell a tale is the maid, and the things she's witnessed within the mansion, has left her nearly insane. Some were very interactive and layered, the only downside was that some scenes are repeated. Nice graphics and an alright story line, just has zero challenge.

  3. I bought this game in the Collector's Edition, but that's because I prefer the Collectibles and Morphs they offer. After the death of John Wolfgrin, his entire family vanished. A knock at your door. After the demo, the puzzles become more challenging as do the Hidden Object Scenes.

  4. The bonus chapter is incredibly stale, and added another 50 minutes to the game. This has to be one of the most boring games I have played in a while. The ambient sounds are quite repetitive and the background music is tedious, although the English-accent voice-overs are actually nice.

  5. He died suddenly and was buried. The story, music, graphics —the whole package, in fact— is too intense for the very young or, for that matter, for those whose taste in games does not run to the noir genre and slightly bizarre. The bonus chapter is incredibly stale, and added another 50 minutes to the game. The Moonlight Necklace will allow you to travel through portals of each family member's imagination, their own personal little shop of horrors imaginations.

  6. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Pilot1 from A dark and quirky tale! Graphics are not up to par and are on the dark side and there is not good detail. Take note, this is not a game for children!

  7. Kudos to whoever selected the background music! Please try the demo for yourself. John may have unwillingly released an evil entity when he discovered the key to unlocking a powerful Mayan tribal necklace, powered by the moon. Graphics are not up to par and are on the dark side and there is not good detail.

  8. He died suddenly and was buried. It's as though the developers do these back and forth things until they think of something else to add. Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight has a standard length of around four hours. While the varied environment in each portal is appreciated, this idea has been done several times before in much better fashions. Some were very interactive and layered, the only downside was that some scenes are repeated.

  9. I am not into creepy, bloody clowns, children locked in cages with sad voice. I prefer to hope that they will see the error of their ways eventually and try to turn out quality products once again. Would probably be fun for beginners.

  10. This game is rife with the logic lapses I have come to recognize as some Devs' idea of normal. Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight has a standard length of around four hours. The beginning starts out slow, but as you enter each of the Wolfgrins most terrifying realms, you realize just how imaginative this game is.

  11. Would probably be fun for beginners. You have been asked to investigate the Wolfgrin mansion for evidence, where the only person left to provide any clues is the family maid. This is what happens when you dabble with the unknown, but the bigger question is, can you restore the Moonlight Necklace in time to save the Wolfgrin family? Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by gcrazy from Tending toward creepy great mini games in a game. He died suddenly and was buried.

  12. The storyline is neither particularly exciting nor refreshingly original. Take note, this is not a game for children! Stranded Dreamscapes: Deadly Moonlight simply does not try hard enough.

  13. We had to remind ourselves over and over that Deadly Moonlight is actually a newly-released game, since everything about this game seems very outdated. This is what happens when you dabble with the unknown, but the bigger question is, can you restore the Moonlight Necklace in time to save the Wolfgrin family? I don't recommend this one at all but play the demo and decide for yourself. The Mini Games are far too easy in my opinion, and many seem to be the same variance. A knock at your door.

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