Angela Young's Dream Adventure
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Angela Young's Dream Adventure 

Open a magical doorway to the realm of dreams with Angela Young’s Dream Adventure, a hidden object journey in a land of wondrous imagination!

After reading a book on mysteries, Angela decides to fall asleep with her cat Felix and somehow suddenly finds herself plunging down a great hole. Opening her eyes, she realizes something is not right as she gazes upon a mysterious dark forest that now surrounds them both. They walk towards a light in the distance and meet the Keeper of Dreams who asks for their help against the Lord of Nightmares, an evil wizard creating chaos throughout the lands. Is this a dream, or has Angela stumbled into a reality where only solving her own mystery will get her and Felix back home?

As Angela, help the Keeper of Dreams restore order to the many remarkable regions the Lord of Nightmares has affected. Find hidden objects packed within the disorder, play unique mini-games that challenge your mind, and always be on the lookout for the path that will lead you home.

Play the free version or download the full unlimited version of Angela Young’s Dream Adventure to unlock the secrets of this mysterious journey and find out if it is real, or is it all just a dream.

  • Find hidden objects in more than 50 captivating levels
  • Several unique ways of searching for objects
  • Play original and challenging mini-games
  • Seek and unlock the mysteries of dreams!
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Reviews of Angela Young's Dream Adventure
 | Added on: February 4, 2010
 
I liked this game so much!!! It's kid friendly because it's quite easy and design is made for little kids,but... everyone can have fun! I loved wizard games sooooo much. It could be a great idea to create a game all made of this kind of challenges(referred to wizard games) because you need to think a lot and try to be smarter than him (:
 | Added on: February 5, 2010
 
I had a wonderful time playing this game. I re-played it, and it was fun. It was a story of a girl trapped inside her dream, with her cat. At the end, she is still trying to get out of her dream. I suppose, it will have a sequal, because, it says "To be continued..." at the end of the game. It tells me to choose between two staircases to choose the fate of Angela, to escape her dream, or remain in dreamland...it never let me choose the staricase, and I played a second time, to see if it made a difference...and, no choice! I was dissapointed with this story, as it made false promises. Kids don't like false promises, either. The game could be played timed, or untimed. I played in relaxed untimed mode. I enjoyed the nice relaxing music, too. There were just enough puzzles, matching, remove sticks to create shapes, and brain-teasers. Not all the mini-games come with hints, available. It is hard for an adult to solve all the mini-games. Although, I didn't care for this story, I would re-play the mini-games...even though some of the rooms are the same, the objects to find move around, and they ask you to find different items, each time. It isn't that boring. I may play the sequal, or not...and hope there aren't broken promises in it, too. I would play more for the mini-games, rather than the dissapointing story, though.
 | Added on: July 28, 2010
 
Slowest game I've ever played. Probably okay for a first timer or anyone under age 12. If you're an adult who plays HOG on a regular basis then you should skip this one. I tried the free download and didn't play past the 4th or 5th level. Some scenes have really dark areas that you can barely see. Overall just not up to par. Don't waste your money. There are much better games available.
 | Added on: August 7, 2010
 
A very basic, simple hidden object game ... would be a great for beginner's and is kid-friendly. The objects are found by matching pairs, read a list with object names, silhouettes picture only and find several of the same item. Puzzles start easy and become more challenging. While puzzle can be skipped, you have to wait until the button has completed filled first. Hints are also plenty, ever available, but also wait for the button to fill completely between uses. Most of the scenes are very full of many various and unrelated items, more cluttered than most. Some items are very small or hidden behind items. Overall, a game better for kids than adult. Boasted over 50 levels, but each passed very quickly and the game ended quicker than I thought would.
 | Added on: August 11, 2009
 
The Hidden Object part of the game isn't fun. The objects are either poorly hidden or don't look like the name of the object you are supposed to be looking for. The graphics aren't super-detailed either which makes it hard to find objects because it's grainy. I liked the brain puzzles, but one or two of them I couldn't figure out. Not worth the money really, maybe not even worth the time?
 | Added on: February 4, 2010
 
the storyline was no good i'm afraid to say, but there were some good points to the game itself. it throws in a pair-off where you find two of each item exactly identical to each other, as well as having specific parts where you find items in multiples, and there's some that have you find certain items for customers where it's not in the same location and changes direction from what you'd see in normal mode. the mini-games are quite poor. the matchsticks mini-games were a bit testy. especially the last of them. they all have to match with the goal identically so it can be time-consuming. whether it's worth the buy is up to the individual. i'd recommend trying first
 | Added on: August 2, 2010
 
Well this game was really slow. I dnt like the graphics. The story was somewhat interesting but I really din't finish the game because it disappoint me.
 | Added on: February 17, 2011
 
I found this game was easy to play..would be perfect for beginner hidden object players. Finished game quickly, but will replay later. Very kid friendly
 | Added on: August 24, 2009
 
I didn't like this game at first but it grew on me. The variation in types of hidden objects puzzles was good e.g. finding pairs of the same object, finding twelve of the same object, finding objects from their silhouette etc. And the mini puzzles were varied too. A good relaxing game
 | Added on: August 31, 2009
 
Graphics could use some help, but was not grainy on my screen. Loved the mind benders. Great start up game for kids.
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