Multiple hidden object scenes with detailed graphics
A family game that will make you smile
Fantastic 3-D graphics
Family friendly gameplay
Find out how to change the past and live a happy life
Enjoy 4 stories in 1 game! Dreaming is living. Take on the role of a little dream wanderer who decides to prove that it's never too late change your life and become happy in Bedtime Stories: The Lost Dreams, an enchanting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure. What dreams may come All of us once wished to become remarkable, and the Andersons are not an exception. Yet hesitation in the crucial moments of their lives made them far from outstanding. Now little Jacob takes on an incredible dream voyage to turn back the clock and right the wrongs of the past. He will have to do with comic obstacles and his relatives' characters to make their lifetime dreams come true.
Bedtime Stories: The Lost Dreams features for chapters that get you acquainted with an unaccomplished prima ballerina, a genius detective, a recognized chocolatier and a famous adventurer. Meet funny characters, complete more than 20 hidden object scenes and numerous puzzles and mini-games as you help your relatives to react and to do things right. Get tuned to happiness with a fun and relaxing adventure game.
2.0 out of 5 starsPeculiar. Awkward. Odd. You decide.
ByDaffityon 1 October 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
In today's electronic device world full of fabulous apps and ever-developing games/graphics - this one's a dud. The only reason why I didn't give it a one star is because everything works as it's supposed to and the concept is good. As for the execution: very corny to say the least. The story is about a young man goes into 4 of his family's recurring life dreams and helps them change the outcomes which duh, changes their lives. It ends up feeling like puppetry but that could be because it is. Besides using the word "puppetry", I can't really describe how odd I thought this one was. Not worth the small price but if it's ever free, have a look because it will give you young folk a good feel for "ancient" programming. I can say that the very young would like this. It feels aimed at the under 8 set.
ByWendy Leeon 27 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
This is not a player-friendly game. There are mini-games--but no directions. It IS play-able, and you think you're doing ok, then you come across another mini-game you have no clue how to solve. And then another. It only took a couple hours to play, and I did finish, but I'm not pleased. I had already bought the game when I realised I had played the "Chocolate Master" portion in it's own app a while back, and I hated it then too (at least in this version they don't ask you to pay 99¢ for 5 clues like they do in that version). I do not recommend this game. Played on Kindle Fire 2nd gen.
ByKindle Customeron 29 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I play lots of point and click games and I am picky. I had reserves about purchasing this one, but I am trying to wait patiently for Haunted Escape to show up in app store. I figured I would pass the time with this one. After about 15 minutes, I removed from my kindle. You just click and hope you find something and constantly have to do hidden OBJECTS which I despise. Sorry, but I wasted my money on this one. There are some excellent ones like The Lost City, The Haunt, The Haunt 2, Mosaika, Alice Lost in Wonderland , Mystery of The Crimson Manor and many others which I cannot think of the names. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND BUT ONE OF THEM.