Guardians of Magic: Amanda's Awakening
We all know this awkward feeling when worlds collide and you just in the midst of it. That's what is about to happen in Guardians of Magic: Amanda's Awakening. The game is fun to play, but it just might be better for the younger audience or for the beginners.
There is no hidden object levels. Sorry, fans of the items searches. But there is a great number of puzzles to solve.
You play as a young girl who is at her grandpa's house. Sadly, he is dead now. He was all into magic. But then, one day, one of your grandpa's friends, who is a scientist, turns his back on him. They have a battle, and your grandfather dies. Now it is up to you to go and uncover the evil plans of the scientist who killed him. Now you get to use magic to get where you need.
As you can see, the story is kind of cute. The graphics are bright and attractive. The dialogues are presented in a cartoon style.
There is no hidden object levels. Sorry, fans of the items searches. But there is a great number of puzzles to solve. The only problem with them is that they are all familiar from the previous games, and their challenge level is not that high.
Then there are also a few collectible for you. They are usually things that yu need to build or get somthing else to proceed in the game. The fun part is to learn magic spells. They allow you to obtain different abilities.
The game is really cute and family-friendly. This might be a great start for children. Or for those who are in the mood for something like this.
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