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The story, as other reviewers have said, was pretty lame and predictable, but I don't play the game for the story, so that didn't really matter to me.
This was a bit of a tricky game to get into. You're given no directions really, and just thrust into scenes without much guidance aside from sparkles. However, I found that I didn't mind this. Once I started playing more, I developed a bit of a rhythm and progressed a lot faster. I have to say that the objects weren't too hard to find and the mini-games were nice and varied, though some of them were nearly impossible and I did resort to random clicking/skipping a few times. Figuring out what to do with some of the objects or what to do next was a challenge on occasion, but I was only stuck a few times. My major gripe would be the lack of story-line, since I enjoy at least a semblance of a plot. I had no idea what was going on really, other than he was in a dream and looking for keys, so I found most of the scenes baffling as to how he was supposed to have transitioned from each one and why there were so many talking animals. The graphics were alright, though some of the characters (mainly the bat) creeped me out. So overall, not a bad game. I wouldn't recommend it for people who aren't used to this kind of game or young children, because it would probably be pretty frustrating for them.