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Dream Catcher Chronicles: Manitou





Singing Star and her husband, White Wolf had a perfect life together until events in the spirit world suddenly changed everything!

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Singing Star and her husband, White Wolf had a perfect life together until events in the spirit world suddenly changed everything! One day while out hunting, White Wolf suddenly disappears, leaving behind only a bloody tomahawk. Singing Star must use her wits to find clues and summon help from beyond to save him. As she ventures far from the safety of her camp to the edges of her world, she will explore the forest, swamp and beyond! Risking her life, she must try to meet the spirits in their own world. Along the way, she will encounter challenging hidden object scenes and puzzles as she finds a way to appease the spirits and find her love! 

  • A Romantic Hidden Object Adventure 
  • Create Magical Potions 
  • Summon the spirits and enter their world 
  • Solve tricky puzzles and Match 3 mini-games 
  • And More!


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Viva Media
Thursday, February 11, 2016
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese-Brazil, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows® 8, Windows® 10 
  • Processor: Intel® Pentium® processor (or equivalent AMD processor) 1.0 GHz or faster 
  • Graphics: DirectX® compatible video card 
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c 
  • Storage: 300 MB available space 
  • Sound Card: DirectX® compatible sound card
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Reviews for Dream Catcher Chronicles: Manitou

Decent hidden object game

This is a decent hidden object game, if you take a few things into consideration. First of all, although the game has a Native American setting, it has no real resemblance to any real tribe. If you're a stickler for historical accuracy, you may want to skip this. The game is riddled with cliches and downright silliness at times, but if you're not too serious about realism, you'll be fine. The hidden object scenes themselves are nicely done and aren't too easy. There are some naming conventions that might be bothersome to some people, such as using more formal names for animals and plants (I'm well aware of what a Calla lily looks like, but I might be a minority there). However, there is a handy hint button or the ever-present power of Google if anything is too weird. I feel that the quality of the scenes outweighs the sometimes-odd naming. With these things in mind, and with there being no frills or extra content, I would recommend this game on a half-price sale. Although the game is decent aside from its quirks, it's not $9.99 worth of decent. But I would still recommend it to genre fans, especially people like myself that tend to run out of titles to play!

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