Dreamsdwell StoriesDreamsdwell Stories
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Reviews of Dreamsdwell Stories
 | Added on: September 3, 2010
I loved this game, although it might be considered a bit more of a kid's game. I found it very therapeutic, simply because the graphics were really lovely and the colours so cheerful and pleasing. I think if anyone was wound up after a hard day at work, they'd find it very relaxing. I've played it through three times, and keep it on the machine to play every so often just to unwind. Companies should issue this game to their staff to stop the stress!
 | Added on: May 27, 2010
Truth to tell, I am rather disappointed in this game. Its a timed game -- which I dislike. Its a Match 3 game which you have to combine all of one color balls to create a chain, then if you have enough in points you get to "Build" parts of your town & of course each time you go back it will cost you more points. At first, the game is fairly easy but its gets harder after each build.
 | Added on: June 10, 2010
A delightful match game, easy to grasp, but can be challenging to complete. Holds one's interest, create intriguing patterns
 | Added on: May 27, 2010
My son loves it. He asked me to buy the full version after only playing for a minute or two.
 | Added on: May 18, 2010
 | Added on: May 20, 2010
this game has a great premise-i love to see towns come to life. BUT, i had such a hard time accumulating the needed resources-gold/different gems to build the various parts of the village-fort/bridges/houses/buisnesses. i got very frustrated and annoyed. maybe i'm just not adept at linking orbs quick enuf/with long enuf strands/without letting all the orbs freeze to gain the resources i need. hopefully u r...

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