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:
VideoDangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny Collector's Edition Gameplay [PC FULL HD]
In my opinion, Prisoners of Destiny is much more suited for beginners. The map is of great help here which makes it easier. Not very sophisticated, the look and feel of the game dates back to earlier HOPA Games if you take into account the games we have had earlier this year. It is challenging. Hope there are more like this. It brought back the memories of one of the favorite movies from my childhood, Jumanji. It has a map anyway. Game play was moved along with some nice cutscenes with good voice overs. I personally did find the story line interesting but the game play was just too easy for me, rather uncomplicated. I highly recommend this game. Throughout the game you will look for 30 puzzle pieces that presumably will be used to complete a puzzle in the bonus section. That we could somehow find a stairway or a door or a portal to a world of which this is just a shadow? This was better than a lot of the games I've played. Unfortunately I cannot tell you how many chapters there are as the SG does not provide this information until purchase. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Doriane from Very good game What a nice surprise!
This was a very different storyline than usual, thank goodness! I enjoyed the story and the gameplay so I will definitely purchase the CE version of the game. I respectfully disagree with fellow contributors, and I cannot understand why this stunning adventure has received low ratings. Along the way, you meet and help various creatures including one that becomes a magic companion that you get to name and that does various things for you. Kept me going and made me think in different ways. Game menu offers three levels of difficulty which you can also customize. The voiceovers are good, spoiled a bit by an attempt at lip synch that does come off. Enter a game within a game and travel to beautiful worlds as you attempt to defeat Simon. There are replayable mini-games, the Secret Game which looks like a jigsaw , and the usual gallery items. Overall, this is a solid five-star game and one that the developers can be very pleased with presenting. You need to find magic cards and activate them in order to progress to the next deadly level and hopefully win the game. I'm going to give this game kudos for out of the box thinking. And it was relatively easy without seeming too easy. And so your adventure begins as it soon turns out that this simple card game teleports you into a strange world and you are stuck.The creatures in these lands are sometimes helpful and sometimes not, but always entertaining. A deadly card game sends you into other worlds where you are not expected to survive. Quality is maintained until the end and this is very important for me. It is more like an adventure game with puzzles. An inventive twist to the HOPA genre. And so your adventure begins as it soon turns out that this simple card game teleports you into a strange world and you are stuck. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by WickedGirl from Good fun and holds the interest Items are clear with most being easily found and some faded or partially hidden. Authors had an original, non cliche idea for the game and they realized it well. Things aren't right and almost immediately you are warned to leave by a card wielding woman who warns that Brownville isn't safe! There are puzzle shaped collectibles in most of the scenes and they are usually very well hidden. Turns out he is not doing you a favour, but I am not sure he knew that when he sent the invite.
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This is Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny Collectors Edition very good game, original and well designed. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by WickedGirl from Good fun and holds the interest It brought back the memories of one of the favorite movies from my childhood, Jumanji. I really would prefer to know before I decide to purchase. I found all but one. A fun, whimsical, oddball fantasy world with a great little sidekick you get to name. Thanks Big Fish Games. After playing a few games where I just wanted to finish them and forget them, I was utterly captivated by this one and put everything else on hold. Date published: Rated 5 Owl Rescue 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. Also, I love the premise, as it is different and so creative! 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. You are also accompanied by purple rabbit companion that is essential in assisting you throughout the game. You decide to stay and enter the club where your friend Ben and his wife Louise Dark Parables: Queen of Sands your new boss, Simon are waiting. Throughout the game you will look for 30 puzzle pieces that presumably will be used to complete a puzzle in the bonus section. That we could somehow find a stairway or a door or a portal to a world of which this is just a shadow?
You are now trapped there and must play the game and survive in order to escape. You find yourself trapped in a magical world of the cards, and the only way to escape is to survive the game. A fun, whimsical, oddball fantasy world with a great little sidekick you get to name. Some people may find the puzzles on the easy side, and this may make it not the longest game you've ever played or perhaps I enjoyed it so much I was just greedy for more. The game also has Aztec imagery throughout, but the interface leans towards dreamcatchers. Everything in this game made sense, in an other-worldly way. The puzzles and games are not overly difficult, and other game mechanics are the expected. Every object in the game can and usually is turned against you. You have a journal, an interactive map that jumps within that world , and a helper. And it was relatively easy without seeming too easy. Game menu offers three levels of difficulty which you can also customize. That we could somehow find a stairway or a door or a portal to a world of which this is just a shadow? I can't praise this one enough. I found the play enticing and am eager to carry on to the volcano!
You find yourself trapped in a magical world of the cards, and the only way to escape is to survive the game. I just managed to complete it with one minute to the clock. You really have to look carefully to find the items, but they are all in plain sight. 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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Robcol from This is a great game Not often I could rate a game as being a 5 star, but this game unexpectedly creeps up as a slow starter and just gets better and better. The only fault I have with the graphics is that the characters seem cartoonish or reminiscent of Claymation Sale Frenzy and Tradewinds Classic to lack personality, but aside from that the rest of the artwork is wonderful. The cards World Class Solitaire double as magical powers to aid your journey. When you turn over the Dolphin Dice Slots card, you are suddenly teleported into the scene on the card. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by WickedGirl from Good fun and holds the interest