Aerie - Spirit of the Forest
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Aerie - Spirit of the Forest 

Heal nature's wounds and restore the beautiful lands of Shangri-La in Aerie - Spirit of the Forest Deluxe, a rewarding quest. After an asteroid falls from the sky, the mystical land of Shangri-La lays in ruins. Rivers are closed, meadows are razed, animals are hurt, and the majestic temples are powerless. As protector of nature and with your help, Aerie will bring the land back to life.

  • restore the beauty of Shangri-La in this rewarding resource management journey
  • heal plants, make rivers flow, and repair damaged lands in 35 magical levels
  • awaken slumbering animals and cure them to help collect valuable resources
  • plan strategically and manage correctly in order to meet your goals
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Reviews of Aerie - Spirit of the Forest
 | Added on: October 4, 2010
 
Theres a nice storyline to the game, and the ending left it open for a sequel, but it doesn't Need one unless they decide to make another. The overall gameplay is nice, but this game is not overly challenging. I got a star rating on all the levels, only had to replay a few levels in order to get said star rating. The game is also quite short, compered to others of its type. No urge to replay this game but it is a nice game overall.
 | Added on: July 25, 2011
 
This game is fun and pretty addictive. It is not very long, but not awfully short. Quite thinky, as you have to choose appropriate actions in order to not get stuck and getting things done in time for a moonstone (expert), which is used to restore the temples. I would like it better if it has an endless mode as well as some kinds of trophies. Still, it is a good game. One thing bugged me though is level 27, seems a glitch in the healing require, can't find the 28th one.
 | Added on: September 2, 2013
 
I've been playing time management games for quite a while, but I can't seem to play any level before the timer runs out. What am I doing wrong?
 | Added on: October 19, 2010
 
I really enjoyed playing this game. I just finished it and will play it again. It's a race against the clock but you can continue on without finishing the scene and return to it later - which I did several times.
 | Added on: November 2, 2010
 
Lot's of fun. Cant get enough of these type games !!! Loved it.
 | Added on: October 6, 2010
 
I almost didn't download this because it didn't look very interesting but glad I took the time and played some of it. Every now and then I do play some TM games but I'm mainly a die hard fan of the HOG games so for me this was challenging to meet the goals as most of the time I would either meet them within the last few seconds or maybe minute but most of the time had to redo them BUT this is a game that is worthy of me to keep trying to make the goals as I really enjoyed the gathering of water, plant-life, and animal-life-force to "heal" and restore different parts of the land. The game play as mentioned is pretty similar to My Kindom For The Princess or Royal Envoy. So for those of you who mainly play TM games as that is your gameplay you more than likely won't find this very challenging at all but just might want to play it if by chance you want to slow the pace down a bit. Overall I give this 4 stars as I really enjoyed playing this.
 | Added on: July 18, 2011
 
As the game progresses, you need to think further and further ahead to achieve your level goals. Play is medium-fast paced, but very challenging and entertaining.
 | Added on: August 26, 2011
 
Very enjoyable game like most of the other time management games i have. I enjoy them all, it helps me relax after long day.
 | Added on: October 14, 2010
 
The graphics were sweet. This is a cute game that gets Aerie involved in rebuilding Shangri-La. She uses a monolith to help her out, as well as forest friends. As you move further into the land, it does get more challenging, but it is lots of fun. I haven't finished the game yet, but it is bright and promising!
 | Added on: October 4, 2010
 
This is the girly version (in my opinion) of My Kingdom for a Princess, yet is different enough to not make it an exact replica. Here, instead of gathering food, wood, gold, (etc.) to build things; you'll gather water, plant-life, and animal-life-force to "heal" and restore different parts of the land. I was able to get expert on every level, which I like, but had to re-do a few of the levels to get there (especially once I realized the flying birds could pick up unreachable resources for me, ha); so it wasn't what I'd call easy, just not extremely challenging. But that's a good thing for me -- I don't like getting too frustrated at games that I have no chance of winning. Overall, I had a lot of fun playing this. I would definitely like to see a sequel!
 | Added on: October 4, 2010
 
This game just wasn't my type. I won't give it a horrible rating just because it's not my type of game, because I know most people who love TM games, will love this one (I only like TM games). It has a lot to do and the scenes are pretty, so I know you will most likely love it if you're really into TM games, it just wasn't the game for me.
 | Added on: October 4, 2010
 
This is a beautiful game, very whimsical, mystical theme. Gameplay is reminiscent of My Kingdom for the Princess, except in this one, everything is nature based. You must collect resources and meet your goals - often one resource is dependent upon another. You even have animal helpers in this game. The graphics and special effects are visually stunning, very pretty and relaxing game.
 | Added on: October 7, 2010
 
Very entertaining and looks good, very additive. Challenging, but not too much soo.
 | Added on: November 10, 2010
 
This games was lots of fun. It is challenging enough so that you have to think of the right way to proceed or you will not finish the level on time. And even if you don't you can continue to play and then go back later. It is a game that even when you have finished you would enjoy playing again. At least I would.
 | Added on: October 7, 2010
 
this game is great to play with kids. it is challenging, but with help not overwhelming. the graphics r pretty simple, but the game itself makes up 4 that. guiding Aerie as she attempts to rebuild Shangri-La: touching monoliths to gain power (the ability to do more than 1 task at a time/speed), healing plants/freeing rivers/waking up animals to help with the tasks u must complete (bears clear rocks/beavers clear wood and build dams). the time constraints were hard 4 me-but i like the challenge. this is really a game i'm considering buying...
 | Added on: October 5, 2010
 
This is one of the most relaxing TM games I have played. Sure, the graphics aren't the greatest, but the relaxing music and pace are great. I found the character and animals charming and enjoyed the lack of clicking constantly. It is a nice change of pace and kids can play without frustration. This is a good one when you get home from school, work or just need to wind down.
 | Added on: October 4, 2010
 
I liked this game, it’s very cute and fun to play. Following a disaster to a magical land......you get the drill....you have to free animals and heal nature (such as trees and ponds) within a time limit – although if you go over the time limit there is no real punishment apart from not adding items to the homeland page. There are lots of levels and progressively gets harder. You use water, life-force and greenery combined with magic to heal the land. There are power ups to make Aerie faster or add a wisp. Overall this is a very fun game and would be great for kids and adults alike.
 | Added on: February 24, 2012
 
I really enjoyed this game. The graphics are really pretty and the music is peaceful. It is such a nice change from the norm. It isn't a really long game, but I found that I had to do levels several times in order to move on. That made the game much longer and more challenging. I recommend this game if you want something different in time management. I will probably play it again and see if I can beat my times. The only reason I gave it a four instead of a five is that it isn't as long as other time management games.
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