Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny Collectors Edition

Escape from a beautiful and deadly world in Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny! You left the big city to start a new life in Brownville, Louisiana, where your friends Ben and Louise have lined up a job for you. Your new boss, Simon, seems like a friendly enough guy –he even suggests the four of you play a nice game of cards when you arrive. But it turns out that this is no ordinary game… The second you set a card down on the table, you find yourself in a strange world. As you explore your surroundings, it starts to sink in – you and your friends have become living pieces in someone's deadly game. Can you survive to the end? Find out in this gorgeous Hidden Object Adventure game! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector's Edition includes:


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There is a lot of backtracking to do, picking up clues and items along the way. You find yourself trapped in a magical world of the cards, and the only way to escape Loves Triumph to survive the game. I just managed to complete it with one minute to the clock. I am not a long-winded reviewer, so I apologize for not providing details, but I would say that even if you normally like the darker games like I do, you will still enjoy this one. An inventive twist to the HOPA genre. After playing a few games where I just wanted Nightmare Realm finish them and forget them, I was utterly captivated by this one and put everything else on hold. It is great to start off the year with a different type of storyline that holds my attention so when the demo ended; I wanted to continue playing, which means a trip to the BFG store for me. Nevertheless, I did enjoy the vibrant colors, settings and voice-overs. There are replayable mini-games, the Secret Game which looks like a jigsawand the usual gallery items. Unfortunately I cannot tell you how many chapters there are as the SG does not provide this information until purchase. Graphics were really nice. There is a journal and task list a locking Inventory bar and a jump map that was helpful especially toward the end when you had to visit multiple sights to finish the game. Turns out he is not doing you a Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny Collectors Edition, but I am not sure he knew that when he sent the invite.

I am not a long-winded reviewer, so I apologize for not providing details, but I would say that even if you normally like the darker games like I do, you will still enjoy this one. The map gave me all the help I needed well that and the strategy guide. I was not able to win all the achievements first time around either so abit of a tough game but refreshing in its newness. This is not the case here. There are collectables, a set of hidden puzzle pieces as well as very basic achievements. I really would prefer to know before I decide to purchase. Something a little different from the norm is always good. I am not one for the story but this one was fun and imaginative and I liked it. The creatures in these lands are sometimes helpful and sometimes not, but always entertaining. The puzzles and games are not overly difficult, and other game mechanics are the expected. Bigfish breaks the ceiling with this winner. You acquire magic cards that can perform certain spells, such as an ice card. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CarelessWhispers from Don't miss this one These developers are just getting better and better.

I was not able Dangefous win all the achievements Dolphin Dice Slots time around either so abit of a tough game but refreshing in its newness. Game menu offers three levels of difficulty which you can also customize. It redeems itself, however, by also being very funny. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by psylocibin from The? It brought back the memories of one of the favorite movies from my childhood, Jumanji. The HOS consists of only junk piles and are not revisited.


The cut scenes are marvellous, especially once you are into the game proper. I am surprised that this game did not have more ratings because this game is unusual. The scenes and the story worked together so well because the mystic quality came across in the picturing of the landscapes. Date published: Everything in this game made sense, in an other-worldly way. You decide to stay and enter the club where your friend Ben and his wife Louise and your new boss, Simon are waiting. Most of the puzzles were fairly easy but there were some I just gave up and skipped. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by psylocibin from The? Graphics are cartoon type but very well done with bright colors. I just managed to complete it with one minute to the clock. Good lands to visit and was not too hard to get through the levels. You acquire magic cards that can perform certain spells, such as an ice card. This is a very good game, original and well designed. There are also achievements, displayed in a casino-style environment. I can't praise this one enough.

A very enjoyable game with a sensible ending. I respectfully disagree with fellow contributors, and I cannot understand why this stunning adventure has received low ratings. Items are clear with most being easily found and some faded or partially hidden. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by WickedGirl from Good fun and holds the interest It brought back the memories of one of the favorite movies from my childhood, Jumanji. Arriving there, a woman materializes from thin air and warns you not to stay as Brownville is dangerous. Based on completion of the main and bonus games I found this the most beautifully visual game I've ever played. Standard edition tells a complete story, just ending with a teaser for the collectors. The game flows nicely along as you try to catch up with your friends who are also trapped in a very weird magic card game. An ole college buddy and his wife invite you to Brownville with the promise of a job. The sound package is very good including lip-synced voiceovers, excellent music and environmental sounds. There are collectibles.

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Others have done a great job of reviewing but I must add my 5 stars to it for it's creativity and originality. Everything about it was entertaining and interesting. When you turn over the first card, you are suddenly teleported into the scene on the card. Check it out All cards must be activated by a particular process. Some people may find the puzzles on the easy side, and this may make it not the longest game you've ever played or perhaps I enjoyed it so much I was just greedy for more. A deadly card game sends you into other worlds where you are not expected to survive. The map gave me all the help I needed well that and the strategy guide. The sound package is very good including lip-synced voiceovers, excellent music and environmental sounds. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by WickedGirl from Good fun and holds the interest I loved these. This was also a fairly long game for not being a CE. Most of the mini games are new, the one I liked the best was using directional arrows to guide a frog into lily pads with quite a difficult pattern, this one took me a few tries. I enjoyed the story and the gameplay so I will definitely purchase the CE version of the game. The music is excellent, pleasant with a sometimes Aztec sound to it.

7 thoughts on “Dangerous Games: Prisoners of Destiny Collectors Edition

  1. The creatures in these lands are sometimes helpful and sometimes not, but always entertaining. No doubt a buy, the reviews made up my mind that the SE was the way to go for the best value, but value is fully here. In my opinion, Prisoners of Destiny is much more suited for beginners. Hope there are more like this.

  2. The cut scenes are marvellous, especially once you are into the game proper. An inventive twist to the HOPA genre. At best this game would be suited as a Standard edition rather than spending double for it. A fun, whimsical, oddball fantasy world with a great little sidekick you get to name. Map to make movement between areas easier, with designated areas needing attention color coded.

  3. An ole college buddy and his wife invite you to Brownville with the promise of a job. Everything in this game made sense, in an other-worldly way. The action screens are like watching a movie. I like a challenge, but I don't like challenges that don't make sense. The graphics are excellent, crisp and beautiful.

  4. The creatures in these lands are sometimes helpful and sometimes not, but always entertaining. Most of the puzzles were fairly easy but there were some I just gave up and skipped. You travel there by bus to meet your friend at Simon's Club that is owned by the owner of the local garment factory where you will be working. The game also has Aztec imagery throughout, but the interface leans towards dreamcatchers.

  5. I respectfully disagree with fellow contributors, and I cannot understand why this stunning adventure has received low ratings. That we could somehow find a stairway or a door or a portal to a world of which this is just a shadow? It redeems itself, however, by also being very funny. Sorry but I will pass for now. The map gave me all the help I needed well that and the strategy guide.

  6. The SG is well written. Also, I love the premise, as it is different and so creative! A deadly card game sends you into other worlds where you are not expected to survive. You find yourself trapped in a magical world of the cards, and the only way to escape is to survive the game. You need a job so you meet up at a house of cards and when the boss asks you to play a game of cards, how can you refuse?

  7. Not very sophisticated, the look and feel of the game dates back to earlier HOPA Games if you take into account the games we have had earlier this year. A deadly card game sends you into other worlds where you are not expected to survive. Along the way, you meet and help various creatures including one that becomes a magic companion that you get to name and that does various things for you. Finally, often standard versions are just collector ones with cut out endings, which is not very pleasant.

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