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"Worthy of the attention of all adventure players."
4 stars"

Thai is actually a good adventure game, so good that my teenage granddaughter has asked me to buy it again! Unusual story line, brilliant graphics, and good voice acting other than the trader who was TERRIBLE! we always turned the sound off if we had to talk to him (sub titles solved that little problem). If you liked Syberia, Tunguska etc, then you'll enjoy this game too.

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
"I thought it was tedious"
1 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

This game started slowly and continued that way thru the whole of it. The dialogue was spoken in silly accents. The storyline was not very strong and the action was very limited. Learning spells was not one of the strong points as you couldn't cast anything yourself. If you tried to hurry the game with fast clicking to get it thru the game crashed. The cat was cute tho. The characters were pretty basic to look at and the effects were uninteresting. I'm sorry I spent the money on this game, it would have been better spent elsewhere. I finished it but will not play it a second time.

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
"Promising game with big flaws"
3 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

This game has great potentials, and a lot of puzzles for anyone who's thrist for them (this is what I like the most). It's simple enough to navigate, and the in-game hint system is helpful when stuck. It's also easy to get lost, because the place is huge (not complaning here). But there are a few things that had kept me from playing beyond the first hour – mainly how the game is prone to crash.

It's just annoying when it crashes while I was in the middle of a puzzle (in other words, I didn't save). And it gave me the blue screen of death so I need to re-boot my computer. I've checked some reviews online and it seems like this is a common issue to many players. Another not-so-good thing about this game is the voice acting. You're given the opportunity to listen to some of the worst voice actings ever in game history. The main character sounded like she has an anxiety problem; the tutorial guy's voice scratched my ears and gave me goosebumps; and the timing of dialogue doesn't flow smooth enough. I think I'll enjoy it more if I turned the voice off, and remember to save every minute. LOL


This epic quest will take you on a journey of enlightenment leading you to the gates of Dragonvale Academy where you will become an apprentice. Your best friend Celeste is a scholar there at the Academy; however upon your arrival you discover something is terribly amiss… The campus is deserted and Celeste is no where to be found! After stumbling upon one of Celeste’s most treasured keepsakes, you suddenly realize that treachery and sorrow lurks in the halls of the Academy. You must uncover the mystery behind Celeste’s disappearance, Dragonvale Academy and the beloved keepsake…

  • Deep and involving storyline where suspense and mystery await at every turn
  • Explore stunning environments designed in intricate detail using dynamic lighting and shadows
  • Discover the elaborate grand hall, a labyrinth of rooms and corridors, and the vast surroundings of the Academy
  • Encounter many NPCs and interact with Zak who will help you solve enigmas throughout your adventure
  • Easy to use interface that evolves as new features become available
  • 3rd person gameplay powered by a state-of-the-art graphic engine
  • Learn to cast spells, understand the secrets of the runes and glyphs, and overcome daring trials designed to test your wits rather than your dexterity

System Requirements:

OS: Windows ME/2000/XP
CPU: 1 GHz Intel Pentium
3 processor or AMD Athlon processor
RAM: 256 MB (512 MB on Windows XP)
Video: 32 MB 3D accelerated video card (NVIDIA GeForce or ATI)
CD-ROM: 4x (or PC DVD-ROM drive)
Sound: 100% DirectX Compliant (EAX Recommended)
DirectX: DirectX 9.0
Hard Disk Space: 1.4 GB
Other: Mouse, Keyboard and Speakers
Release date NZ
May 31st, 2006
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Top 5000
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