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As a young man, travel through dreams in order to aquire the magical scroll. This game offers many hours of game-play. Featuring 30 levels, more than 100 quests to do. No level grinding, but there's lots of challenging puzzles to tax your brain!



In-Game Tutorial.

By now you know what it's like to be a Zombie...



#5 Ragnar 2012-05-20 13:54
#4 harrier0 2012-04-25 13:41
#3 fergusferret 2012-03-20 19:56
spent about an hour and 3 battles trying to work out how this game plays. I haver come to the conclusion that it does not play. after dying in the third battle in a dream I found I was stuck in a place within the trees with no way to get anywhere. there is not a lot of info to help with anything and the game will not let you past the siltar level to do the second quest :o this quest is to kill a spitter or something like on siltar road west.

I have to agree with BDJ on the advice for this game..., DO NOT PLAY THIS GAME ON ANY SITE.

#2 BDJ 2012-03-20 12:52
Well, I've tried to complete this game on three sites now; here at AoG, over at Kong, and even at the developers site, MoFunZone. Have never been able to complete it because of a BUG that, sdomewhere in the game progress, doesn't allow the game to recognize (or accept) a completed main-line quest. This is a game-stopper that doesn't allow you to continue game play.

So, here's my final word on this game.

Don't waste your time trying to play it through! This game doesn't need players, it needs an Exterminator to get rid of this random BUG!

Final Rating: 0/5

#1 BDJ 2012-03-18 15:17
Geo Land: The Dream Traveler is a 'puzzle' game where your character must enter various Sleep Portals to collect scrolls so that he might progress through the game. The so-called 'puzzles' are nothing more than number sequences that must be activated in the proper order to gain access to these scrolls. Sometimes sufficient hints are presented; sometimes it's a pure guessing game of extremely painful trial and error.

The game is well thought out and well executed, although the 'random' encounters get old after a while.

I have invested about six hours playing this game, and having some 'fun'. I had solved all the puzzles and completed all the Quests in the first temple, and had navigated my way to the second 'town', Pagnon Villiage, and had completed the first quest for Paghu, when the game refused to allow Paghu to acknowledge the quest completion. I received the "Finish Quest" tab, but it was never recognized. So, six hours wasted (again!) due to a BUG in this dysfunctional copy of the game!

My advice? Don't waste your time playing this game on the AoG site unless you know it's been repaired!

Rate: 1/5 (due to BUG and time wasted)


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