Daydream Adventures: The Witch’s Forest

By | July 31, 2020

by Daydream Adventures (website)

1803 Danforth Ave, ON M4C 1J2

Up to 8 players

Team of 2: £62.00 CA$107.35
Team of 4: £62.00 CA$107.35
Team of 6: £69.00 CA$118.65

📹remote avatar
90 mins
In a realm of dreams and magic, a trickster has upset the witch who lives here. Hilda has been away from the forest. Upon returning home, Hilda discovers someone has mischievously interrupted what she was working on. She is locked out of her cabin. She suspects a human may have done this, as she knows many humans detest her.
In this realm, spirits often watch and listen. Spirits of the forest, such as yourself, are very wise. A witch calls upon forest spirits for guidance. When Hilda calls for your help, your spirit can tell Hilda exactly how to undo the trickster’s mess.
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Overall rating

Rated between 40 and 45 out of 5

based on ratings from 9 users
combined with 4 pro reviews

Player reviews

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We always love the creativity from Daydream Adventures. They're constantly trying to come out with new ideas to try to make their magical forest seem more real to the audience on a virtual platform. For this game, I wouldn't recommend too many players if you are experienced (2-4 would be our recommendation). But if you care less about fighting over puzzles but can focus more on the theatrical aspects of this game then you'll love it regardless. Hilda has never disappointed us with her witchery "sparkles"!

The Witch's Forest by Daydream Adventures Toronto is a live video adventure that hit just the right note for us. Hilda quickly played her way into our hearts and so did the game itself. The setting is very family friendly due to its rather fantastical approach and artistic implementation, and also so far unused. However, Hilda makes each experience unique for the players, so even for adult players she brings the game to another level with her humor. 

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So yes, the room's gorgeous, of course - I think the picture makes it clear. But it's not only that. The theme and the provided video sequences give a whimsical feel to the whole experience, while our avatar did a great job at entertaining our adult-only group.

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