Dream Day Wedding: Married in Manhattan - Even More Polished
Dream Day Wedding: Married in Manhattan by I-play is a fourth release of enjoyable hidden-object games series. Those who played Dream Day Wedding , Dream Day Honeymoon or Dream Day First Home know what to anticipate in this sequel. I'm sure that great fans of these games don't need longs discriptions cause they already know what they take. But for those who need those, I'll give some.
You are to help Jenny and Robert's friends with their weddings now.
From the very beginning you get a letter from Jenny and Robert (for those who don't know them, they are a couple you were making a wedding in the previous three releases) saying that they have two couples of friends who desparately need your help with their weddings.
All you need to do is to decide who will be your first clients. Once you are done with them, you start working with the other couple.
The game looks really gorgeous. The classic music match all these rose-petals so very well. This latest release is a lot like its predecessors - an enjoyable beautifully wrapped challenge.
The game is not only an enjoyable experience, but also a number of interesting puzzles for you to solve in hidden-object levels and mini-games.
As to the game content and order, everything is pretty familiar. You get pictures of the rooms you are to search for the items on the bride's list. In every screen you are given several (up to three) bluebirds of love. Collect five of them and you get an extra hint.
After every level you are to play a mini-game. They are represented by presents. Having won a mini-game you can open a present nad see what you were given. Mini-games are fun, like connecting fountain pipes or finding seats for the guests.
There are also "wedding crisis" levels when you need to solve a sudden problem within a limited period of time. Plus there are also rooms where you need to find the list of items you are going to search for to complete the level.
Those are dream-chronicles-like rooms but not that challenging. You go around with your cursor trying to find things that can work together somehow to reveal you the list.
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