Dreamsdwell Stories 2 - Undiscovered Islands
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  • Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Dreamsdwell Stories 2 - Undiscovered Islands 

Transport yourself to a magical world with Dreamsdwell Stories 2 - Undiscovered Islands, an all-new match adventure for the entire family.

The amazing inhabitants of the Dreamsdwell Valley discovered a mysterious portal of which they have no knowledge. While exploring it, an unknown visitor emerges from it with no idea how he was pulled in. Now, along with Dreamsdwell's wizard, both will search for a way back and discover the mystery behind this magical teleportation device.

Join them on this fantastical journey to find answers and continue helping the people of Dreamsdwell build their beautiful world. Connect magic spheres into long chains to earn gems and gold in order to build different structures on three new islands. Complete quests, find new bonuses, and sail the seas with a brave captain. With two fun modes, an unlimited number of levels, and magical mysteries to uncover, this exciting journey is sure to captivate you for hours.

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Dreamsdwell Stories 2 - Undiscovered Islands today!

  • Learn the secrets of a mystical portal in this entertaining Match 3 sequel.
  • Chain together colorful orbs to earn gems and gold in Adventure and Quick Play modes.
  • Use power-ups gained from the inhabitants to overcome troublesome obstacles.
  • Build and upgrade structures to discover many more magical creatures.
  • Enjoy a unique matching game with all of the family.
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Reviews of Dreamsdwell Stories 2 - Undiscovered Islands
 | Added on: March 21, 2011
 
Overall Impression: a fun, non-traditional Match 3 game. This is easily my favorite Match 3 game of all time. The underlying story could have been better, but it wasn't horrible. And it did provide you a reason for linking up all those spheres. Pros: -- The colors are bright and inviting. --- It's non-traditional approach to the genre is a definite plus in my book. Rather than just switching neighboring items to make a match, you draw lines between different-colored spheres - sometimes from one side of the board to the other. It's fun to see how many of the spheres you can include in one chain. --- A nice variety of bonuses and talismans to help you along the way. Some were more of a help than others, depending on the goals and the setting you were dealing with. The ability to restart the level and change out the bonuses and talismans if you wanted was a very helpful option. Cons: --- There were times when the characters seemed to run short on quests for you to do. You did have the option of just playing some levels for cash while you waited for a quest to materialize so it wasn't a total waste of time, but those levels usually weren't as interesting as the quest ones were. --- If you wanted to skip a level but didn't have the required resources to do so, you were stuck.
 | Added on: July 5, 2011
 
until a certain point and then the game turned POINTLESS! More aggravating then anything! You play and play and play AND PLAY! What is the point? A sore wrist? Stupid game!
 | Added on: January 5, 2011
 
The original Dreamsdwell is one of my favourite games and I've played it through more times than I can remember. It's charm is that it's very relaxing to play and great to unwind with after a hard day at work. I was really thrilled to see a sequel. This time around you can choose a character (well between a boy and a girl) and the game play is more or less the same as the first one. BUT, the graphics are dreadful. They are so overwhelming and confusing that it makes the game almost impossible to play, at least for me. Other players might like them, but I certainly don't. The backgrounds would be alright on their own, but with the spheres on top it's like an explosion in a paint factory. Some levels are better than others, but none of them are good. Even with the brightness turned down, they were still painful on the eyes. The spheres are far too large and transparent for the backgrounds. Why on earth didn't they stick to the original style graphics which were wonderful? The sad thing is, that the new features and tasks are really pretty good, and if they had stuck to the original graphics this would have been a five star game. It's very sad, because I am not even sure I can play this one through, and if I manage to stand the eyestrain, I won't be playing it again. I really am disappointed.
 | Added on: January 10, 2011
 
I didn't play this game for very long. I couldn't stand the small scale graphics, and after a little over an hour, I removed it. I didn't play the original, thus no comparison. Glad I have Funpass, so I didn't have to keep it.
 | Added on: July 5, 2011
 
I dont like the village building. The graphics are quite small and tedious to play. But the section where you click on the spheres is very entertaining and can get complex. I would not buy it but as a daily free game it has it's value.
 | Added on: January 24, 2011
 
i liked this game. i only played for the hr trial so maybe i missed the things the previous reviewers talked about. i liked that i could make extra money by completing tasks other than the main objective. i liked seeing the village come to life. and, i love match 3 games-this is different, but very enjoyable.
 | Added on: February 13, 2012
 
I'm usually not too into match 3, but this one was good. It was good to have a bit of a design change from the normal match 3 game. It had a little innovation, where you connected the spheres, this set up is different from the traditional board, and swap type. Still after playing it a couple hours I got kind of bored of it. The power ups were real lame and useless. That's one of the biggest improvements I could see done with this game. Very nice though to not have this stupid time pressure timer that a lot of games have. If you like match 3 games then definitely give this one a try, but I'd try it before putting money into it first. Over all this one's OK though.
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