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Help little Emmy stop the King of Pollution in DreamWoods Deluxe, a magical mix of puzzle solving and adventure. Emmy, her rabbit, and a newly found Fairy friend must hurry to save the Fairy village and figure out how to get past the endless puzzles that Nexus, the King of Pollution, has placed before them.

  • save a Fairy village with this charming blend of Puzzle and 3-in-a-row
  • move and match colored blocks to find a path in over 75 wonderful levels
  • collect artifacts to learn fabulous spells to assist you
  • unlock secret locations full of treasures and battle in epic duels
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Reviews of DreamWoods
 | Added on: July 28, 2010
the very 1st thing i didn't like was the fact that the graphics made this game seem like a game for kids-then one of the 1st things you read is the d word-oh, and just now when i tried to submit my review it wouldn't accept it b/c i spelled the d-word out...hummmmmmmmm. in my book not appropriate for children. maybe that's just me, tho. the noises the characters made were annoying to me. the game play itself was frustrating-moving blocks to explode boxes so you could get to a door-became tedious. i only played 20mins of this game. just not for me...
 | Added on: January 31, 2011
I am not usually a big fan of match 3 games but this one is more of a puzzle. I saw some reviews that said it was too easy and they quit after 20 minutes-perhaps the early part is easy but believe me after you get farther along it is not easy! It does get a bit tedious at some levels because you have to make so many matches to get the blocks you want to do what you need to do but it is still fun. You have to pay attention to what the characters say or you won't get very far.
 | Added on: January 7, 2013
i love the game it is different in its 3-d match 3, plus puzzle solving. beginning levels are easy gets harder towards the second half of game. cute characters & story line. easy to skip story if want to. game lets you know when you have cleared all the bonuses on the board so you can be finished or continue to clear all the boxes. i completed game on unlimited free trial & went back to purchase months later because it is so unique.
 | Added on: July 22, 2010
Oooo, not good! I was hoping for something different and challenging. This was a total bore, not challenging at all and very little-kiddish. Move a block here, move a block there, maybe find a coin or a jewel...I was waiting for it to pick up and get moving along - no such luck. I wouldn't recommend this one and I'm SOOOO happy I didn't buy it!!
 | Added on: June 30, 2011
This game was absolutely adorable; the little girl made me laugh. The gameplay is like Wonderlines, in that you have to move blocks to make groups of three or more. Dreamwoods has both puzzle levels and more general levels, which, together with the different kinds of magic you can use, makes for pretty varied gameplay. The only downside I see is that sometimes the levels could drag on, because you had to wait for a specific colour of blocks to be able to use the kind of magic you wanted.
 | Added on: July 26, 2010
To start off with I have a 20 inch monitor screen and yes the setting of the game is set to FULL screen because I checked however I have several inches of black space on both sides of the screen. The game is in the middle. I've never had this with any other game I've played as the game fills the WHOLE screen until this game. I've also never had to go in and "adjust" anything, every other game I've played just fits my screen perfect. Anyway... moving on... reviewing the game now... This game I happen to agree with Girl's review as all you're doing is moving a block here and there. Pick up a coin here and there. I think SOME kids might even get bored with this game. Sorry Gamehouse but this game nearly put me to sleep! I gave this game about 15 to 20 minutes and thought it would pick up a bit but... NOT. Actually got even more boring. Stop the madness and cut this off already!
 | Added on: July 29, 2010
This is the sort of game I like to play while working. It doesn't require too many skills or thought processes so it helps me relax while I interpret from Spanish/English and vice versa. Good game, great graphics! Beautiful to look at.
 | Added on: July 21, 2010
"Dream Woods" is a Lines Game similar to "Emerald Tale". It begins easy enough, but quickly becomes challenging if you want to collect a start for each level. Like most Russian developed games, the graphics are amazing and the music sweet. But unfortunately, like most localized titles, it contains numerous grammar and spelling errors.
 | Added on: November 17, 2012
I got this game for my daughter. She loved the graphics and it started out easy so she could do it. then it got to a point where she didn't know what to do. I found it very challenging and very fun. A bit annoying when u had to wait for the right color block to appear. Some of the levels you need to plan ahead or you will have to start it over. I really enjoyed this game!
 | Added on: May 19, 2011
While this game started fairly easy, now that I'm on the higher levels, it's actually quite a challenge. It's really more of a logic and puzzle solving game...match 3 is merely the method used to eliminate pieces. In the higher levels, sometimes there is only 1 way to solve a level and you have to figure out which are the right bonuses to use. It's become quite enjoyable and worth trying to finish.
 | Added on: August 17, 2010
I love this kind of match 3 game. It's challenging; while the graphics appear juvenile the strategies are sophisticated. You have to stay with it though. From other reviews I think people either like it or hate it.
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