Abigail and the Kingdom of Fairs
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Abigail and the Kingdom of Fairs 

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Save a distressed magical Kingdom to find your way back home in Abigail and the Kingdom of Fairs Deluxe, a wonderful carnival building adventure. Abigail is given an old book that transports her to a strange and magical realm. Trapped and looking for a way home, only the elder Wizards can help her, but to do so, she must first restore magical fairs, vanquish monsters, and save the kingdom.

  • visit a magical realm to build fairs in this enchanting building management journey
  • challenge more than 50 wonderful levels in five mercurial locations
  • build candy shops, magic schools, oracle tents, and more
  • upgrade structures, instruct new magicians, and vanquish monsters
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Reviews of Abigail and the Kingdom of Fairs
 | Added on: February 10, 2011
The graphics of this game were very good and it COULD have been another Royal Envoy or Roads of Rome - but it wasn't. The main problem was that the learning process wasn't AT ALL intuitive. This is one of those games where the designers get the 'learning curve' all wrong. The tutorial levels were ridiculously easy, but then suddenly in the 'real' levels EVERY category of building and resource you could spend your money on was available with items to purchase (although the more expensive items in each category were locked), but with no guide as to how best to spend your money in order to achieve your level goals. I quickly got bogged down in never-ending levels where buildings needed repairing/restocking as fast as I could do it so I couldn't do anything else in order to get to my revenue target. It was confused and chaotic, and simply having no clue how to use my available resources strategically enough to achieve targets was just more frustrating than fun. I didn't even finish the demo time, and I'm unlikely to either - and I LOVE time/resource management games. See what you think though, some may enjoy the chaos...
 | Added on: February 10, 2011
Enjoyed the theme of this game - magical, circus, candy shops, ogres, magicians, etc. It's a building game that is played in a time management format. Has some annoyances such as constantly having to restock the candy shop. I bought this game outright without having demoed it (dumb, I know), and while I don't hate it, I probably would not have purchased it. The graphics are decent and the gameplay not bad, there's just nothing there that really grabs you and compels you to keep playing.
 | Added on: July 8, 2011
the graphics are good and the general idea. I like the ogres and at least you gain extra magic for disposing of them. however i think it could have had a bit more variety in what you were trying to achieve/build.
 | Added on: February 2, 2011
the colorful graphics on this game are great. i like going from abandoned town to abandoned town bringing life back to them by rebuilding magical fairs. the wizards that do your building are so cute. neat to watch them build things. the monsters are great, too. ugly and cute at the same time. i like TMG's. and this one didn't disappoint. u gotta try it. i'm gonna have to get it for my expanding game library!!!!
 | Added on: February 2, 2011
In this game you take on the role of a young girl, Abigail, who is given a book that opens a portal between the worlds. In the new world, she meets a bat who becomes her only friend and helps her save the kingdom! In order to return to her world, Abigail must recharge her magical medallion. The only way she can do this is by restoring magical fairs, vanquishing cruel monsters and helping the locals, thus saving the kingdom. Only after she successfully completes these adventures will she be able to go back home! This KINDA reminded me of the Wizard of OZ, trying to get Dorothy back home except there aren't any munchkins, etc. Abigail also isn't going back to Kansas here. : ) There are 3 different game modes you can play: Adventure, Defense (destroy the monsters), and Revenue. I only played the Adventure mode. Everything is done by magic. Each level you are given a goal you have to complete in a certain amount of time however you can still continue if time runs out until you finish the level: accumulate so many smiles, destroy so many monsters, and earn the amount of revenue the level tells you. You do this by building oracle tents, elephant rides, candy store, magic school, and a tailor shop just to name a few things as there may be other things you can build but as I mentioned I unfortunately ran out of strategy at level 13. According to game details 50 levels to this game. Some levels have some of these with a lock on it and once you get enough revenue can purchase it. You can also sell things you've built and/or destroy them and put something new in the vacant lot. The way you get your magic is by accumulating enough money to purchase it along with wizards to help you and destroying the monsters. How you destroy the monsters is simply by clicking on them before they reach what you've built and destroying it. You also have to continuously it seemed watch your supplies so you don't run out and also do repairs as things break down. Otherwise things come to a hault until you fix it and affects your smiles (the kingdom's happiness). The graphics in this game I found to be beautifully done. Awesome. I also loved the characters. Kudos to the creators of this game here as I can tell a lot of time had been spent here. Yes unfortunately however, as I stated, this game went downhill for me at level 13 as while this is a clicky game I also found it to be thinky, strategy as you do have to think and really plan how to do things to meet the goal and I honestly really tried different things but not getting anywhere as it seemed all I was doing was restocking inventory and repairing things cause I was sure loving this game until this level. Also one huge annoyance I found with this game is the things that have a lock on them comes off and you don't even have enough money to purchase. I replayed this level many times and usually don't spend this much time with a game when I'm stuck so patience definitely snuck in there while I was playing this, but finally had to stop the madness and pull the plug. So this is my reason for 3 stars. It just got to be too much madness for me however doesn't mean it will for you as you may get to this level and have no difficulty at all which I hope is the case cause I found this to be a great 5 star game until I reached this point. Give it a whirl and decide for yourself. I truly hope you enjoy it.
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