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Twisted Lands: Insomniac game

Twisted Lands: Insomniac

Genre: Hidden Object

"I don't want to scare you, but we're going to do a lobotomy", says the doctor to Angela in the new Hidden Object adventure game Twisted Lands: Insomniac. Must she worry about this? Maybe it is just the one way to stop her bizarre nightmares... But if she is not as crazy as everybody says? Step into mysterious worlds of dreams, fantasies and memories in this new game. Try to keep your mind cold as it is easy to lose your way traveling among different worlds. Download Twisted Lands: Insomniac absolutely for free to figure out the truth!

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The action of a new PC game Twisted Lands Insomniac in genre Hidden Object starts with one mad doctor’s words like “I don’t want to scare you, but we’re going to do a lobotomy.” And then mystery begins. Alawar Entertainment developers did their best trying to create this game. Crisp graphics, beautiful scenery, multiple scenes to explore, subtle yet haunting music, clear HO scenes, and an interestingly mysterious storyline that keeps you guessing till the end. There are actually very few HO scenes as it’s mostly adventure and rather easy puzzles. Playtime for me was about 4 - 5 hours, or even less. It depends on how good you are at this kind of Hidden Object games. Is int it a good way to spend your time in weekend?.. Read more

A girl named Angela wakes up after the terrific car accident in an asylum. She repeatedly tries to escape but each time she is caught. She proves that she is NOT crazy by promptly trying to escape, and so begins her quest to find out what happened to her and hopefully her husband. Then she is drugged and enters a dreamy yet nightmarish world. The question is, which is the real world, the asylum, or her dreams? We are not going to spoil the outcome for you but safe to say she gets to travel through many strange and interesting scenes. It’s much like real dreaming where you shift from one scene to another without warning or explanation. I thought that was a nice touch.

Along the way she picks up newspaper articles that tell of a parallel story of missing people, so please stop to read letters and articles. It is confusing at times if you miss them. The ending is somewhat abrupt, suggesting a sequel in the works, and the bonus game doesn’t really carry the main story any further. I really think the main game is enough, seeing as the bonus game was short and unrelated to the main game.

All in all Twisted Lands – Insomniac is definitely worth playing. You are not gonna regret your spent time. Good luck!