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Drawn: Trail of Shadows Collector's Edition HD
iOS iPad Games
See the world of Drawn as never before in the highly anticipated third installment of the cinematic series. Travel deep into each painting to explore fantastic gardens, climb high into frozen mountain passes, and unlock the mysteries of the Ferryman’s caves on your quest to save the boy with the power to create the painted worlds. Discover and confront the source of evil that seeks to possess that power...
Set in the years before the events of The Painted Tower and Dark Flight, Drawn: Trail of Shadows takes players on a magical journey through the distant past. See the world of Drawn as never before while traveling deep into each painting. Become a part of the story by following clues scattered throughout paintings to save the boy. Who is he? And what role will he play in the future of the kingdom?
The answers to these questions will be found along the Trail of Shadows.
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☆☆☆☆☆ Features ☆☆☆☆☆
✓ Enter dozens of paintings!
✓ Interact with an evolving pop-up book
✓ Discover the hidden past of Drawn!
✓ Unlock the Collector's Edition for access to exciting extras like:
--Bonus game content in The Cave Beneath the Tree
--New Smart Strategy Guide mode and hint system!
--Fabulous extras like wallpaper, soundtrack, and concept art!
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