Review:In the previous part of the Awakening that called The Dreamless Castle we’ve got acquainted with Sophia, the young princess that slept for a hundred years and had finally awoken. She escaped from the dreamless castle, only to find that all her family or any other humans had disappeared. Mira, her Fairy Assistant, told her that Sophia should start her search in Moonfell Wood and find the Fairy Queen there. But she will only appear in the light of day. Now, the girl came to the magic wood, hoping that someday she would see her people once again. The inhabitants of the wood would guide her on her way to the aim, but she can’t reach it without your help. Follow the Princess on her way towards the adventures, solving challenging puzzles and searching for the hidden objects in amazing game Awakening: Moonfell Wood.
From the very start you can choose between Normal and Casual Modes. To navigate around the game watch your cursor. It will change into magnifying glass when you can zoom in on an area. In these areas you can find the inventory items. To use an inventory item, select any at the toolbar at the bottom of the screen and drag to the place you want to use it. You can use hint, but it takes some time to recharge before the next use. The mini-games are very challenging, but very captivating. Surely, you can skip them once the Skip button is full. In Casual mode it takes less time to charge Skip and Hint buttons, but in general, the game is not really challenging and I recommend you to choose Normal mode. Don’t forget to check your journal – it holds information about your goals and important clues. You can find out more about your current goals by clicking on the butterfly bookmark in the journal. So, don’t hesitate and play Awakening: Moonfell Wood at GameCentrix.com just for free!