Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome Collectors Edition

4Friends Games is back with the latest thrilling chapter of the Bridge to Another World series! After finding a porcelain statue that brings you strange dreams, you struggle to find answers. What starts as an ordinary search quickly leads you to another world, one where you’re a giant pursued by miniature people! But these small hunters are anything but cute as you try to find Gulliver, your only known hope for survival. With dangerous powers at play and your life on the line, can you stop a dangerous adversary to save yourself and Lilliputia in time? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

Just a thought. I enjoyed both. I also found this game enjoyable - the demo I played - and the two carryalong gadgets made sense. I also did not find it odd to see a large rat there - rats can grow very big, and whose to say one of the giants didn't bring it along with them somehow, or it slipped through the portal unaware to the giant, just as the butterfly did It appears there was more than one giant that came through, according to story As you go through, the story unfolds, sweeping you along. Has nice glass window hops. I did not get far with the game because I wanted to review it. The entire game has been a delight for me and one that I will replay many times in the future. It kept me entertained; in fact, I look forward to getting back to it. I almost didn't try this game, based on the rating and some of the negative reviews, but I'm so glad I did! Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from Super Fun Love Story I had to slow myself down, on clicking on things if I wanted to see things morph. It has 33 morphs and when you collect enough you unlock six items of a Thumbelina collection. I took my time with this game and broke it up into more than one day and I didn't feel it was short.

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Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome

Now you find yourself in the middle of a fierce competition controlled by the mysterious Great Wizard. The hogs were different. Generally, I like Time Management genre because it gets your brain so jumbled you really can't think about life's stresses, but if these are really good, sometimes a very pretty one is a nice break, but they do have to be very good, otherwise I'm just anxious to get back to everything I need to do and it's not much of a break. See what our Beta testers had to say: "I loved everything about this game! The bonus chapter is a prequel. A few of the puzzles started very easy, then grew more challenging within same puzzle - I liked that. Try the demo and see for yourself. The mini games and the hidden object scenes were fun, interactive and unusual. You can customize the level of difficulty, which was also a nice touch. I love the Bridge to Another World series I get where it could be too easy for some This game was amazing. I found the artwork creative and interesting - a buckled hat for a roof of a florist, a man's belt for a bridge, and other giant's items from our world trickled here and there throughout. I love the story, graphics, and gameplay, as well as the puzzles which are on the easy side, and which I prefer.

There are giants in the land I loved this game and am leaving it installed for the next sale. When the locks and chains come off, you have a mini-game. I liked having played a flower hops twice. When I get the money, I'm buying the game. I have to see how it ends! And the graphics are extraordinary and complete the fantasy. There were so many small touches in the game that made it a graphic delight for me and the way I like to play. All in all a very well done game, and I highly recommend it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by condorcandi from Amazing! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. Somewhat, the Bonus Chapter explains further but again, there is a possibility of more to come, all of which I found intriguing and fun. It has 33 morphs and when you collect enough you unlock six items of a Thumbelina collection.


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Sparkle 2 also love those little zoom-in hidden object scenes, and prefer them to the large ones. See what our Beta testers had to say: "I loved everything about this game! I Gulpiver didn't try this game, based on the rating and some of the negative reviews, but I'm so glad I did! You touch the chest when your done with the game. For this "giant" I am intrigued to know and play more of the tale The game ends Kingdom of Seven Seals wrapping Clolectors all the details and in fact, introduces other elements. Who cares if the story doesn't make sense. I loved the first one where I had to trap the donkey — how fun! I am glad to see a game that Downbeat a colour scheme that consists of more than the usual blue shades I see in most HOGs these days. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tigerlily from great game I cannot understand the bad The Island: Castaway 2. The graphics are bright and sharp and it is easy to navigate. Now you find yourself in the middle of a fierce competition controlled by the Jewel Match Solitaire Collectors Edition Great Wizard. When you finish the mini-game you unlock the bonus hidden object scene which you can Christmas Mahjong again. Unlike some others, I do prefer the game to be on the short side.

The scenes are colorful and interesting - I enjoyed scanning each one to see all the innovative ways they produced the Lilliputian land using giant's tools, but of course, they have everyday things their size too. I also found this game enjoyable - the demo I played - and the two carryalong gadgets made sense. I had 12 minutes left on my free hour when the demo ended. Yes, some of the puzzles and HO's were easy, but it is definitely a fun game! You touch the chest when your done with the game. You have two character that you change places with. The hogs were different. And then when the donkey brays and I see his teeth that are so detailed I had to laugh. The tool vending machine was nice. This one was perfect. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ebonyjeni from Mrs D So I started playing the demo and from what I can tell, this is a totally delightful game. The Bonus Chapter is a bit short and heavy on hidden object scenes but it also introduces another plot twist so I enjoyed it overall.

Check it out! I did not get far with the game because I wanted to review it. The tool vending machine was nice. Somewhat, Mahjong Towers Eternity Bonus Chapter explains further but again, there is a possibility of more to come, all of which I found intriguing and fun. Gullliver you find yourself in the middle of a fierce competition controlled by the mysterious Great Wizard. Like I said I cannot understand the bad reviews. It Island Tribe 5 fun to play as the giant who fixes the world of the small people. I loved this game and am leaving Bricge installed for the next sale. Are you up to the challenge? My review is based upon completed play of the game and Bonus Chapter.


8 thoughts on “Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome Collectors Edition

  1. You can customize the level of difficulty, which was also a nice touch. Somewhat, the Bonus Chapter explains further but again, there is a possibility of more to come, all of which I found intriguing and fun. Unlike some others, I do prefer the game to be on the short side. See what our Beta testers had to say: "I loved everything about this game!

  2. There were so many small touches in the game that made it a graphic delight for me and the way I like to play. I thoroughly enjoyed the game and will purchase it. This one was perfect. You touch the chest when your done with the game.

  3. You can customize the level of difficulty, which was also a nice touch. I also love those little zoom-in hidden object scenes, and prefer them to the large ones. The graphics are bright and sharp and it is easy to navigate. It is fun to play as the giant who fixes the world of the small people.

  4. I have to see how it ends! The collectible keys were sometimes out there, but sometimes difficult to spot - and I had to leave one scene with key undiscovered so that I could play all of demo and not lose out on time! To earn your way back home, you and Toto must explore the four corners of Oz, facing enemies, obstacles, and puzzles at every turn! There were fresh and imaginative mini games and the hidden object scenes were creative and different. For me this was not a short game.

  5. I took my time with this game and broke it up into more than one day and I didn't feel it was short. It is a imaginary world and fictional story as well. Somewhat, the Bonus Chapter explains further but again, there is a possibility of more to come, all of which I found intriguing and fun. The scenes are colorful and interesting - I enjoyed scanning each one to see all the innovative ways they produced the Lilliputian land using giant's tools, but of course, they have everyday things their size too. Beta tester here!

  6. Replay 12 hops, 14 mini-games, 29 movies and 6 movies. I liked the throwback to Immortal Love. I rather finish a game wanting more than finish it and say "at last it's over".

  7. I did like a mini-game where you find objects on a crocheted curtain. I liked the throwback to Immortal Love. And finally - it is so NICE to have a story and a game that is imaginative and fun - and NOT be bombarded with ten kinds of macabre evil, dark magic, and the like at every turn. Try the demo and see for yourself. I am glad to see a game that has a colour scheme that consists of more than the usual blue shades I see in most HOGs these days.

  8. I found the artwork creative and interesting - a buckled hat for a roof of a florist, a man's belt for a bridge, and other giant's items from our world trickled here and there throughout. The last bit of the demo raises the question of just how many humans have gone through that portal between the worlds -and what exactly happened to them. It is fun to play as the giant who fixes the world of the small people. I thoroughly enjoyed the game and will purchase it.

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