Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome Collector's Edition
March 22, 2019
4 Friends Games
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
Exclusive Bonus Chapter
Integrated Strategy Guide
Wallpapers & Concept Art
Soundtracks & Cutscenes
Achievements & Collectibles
Replayable HOs & Puzzles
You have been experiencing Gulliver Syndrome, a strange condition in which you see yourself as a giant in a world full of miniature people. This led you to seek out advice from a psychiatrist, Dr. Thumble. After you were put in a hypnotic trance, you woke up to find yourself in the land of Lilliputia surrounded by menacing miniature people! Can you escape from this nightmare or will you remain a giant forever?
Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome is the sixth installment in 4 Friends Games’ beloved fantasy series. The game starts out with an engaging sequence where the protagonist is a giant in a world of miniature people, Alice in Wonderland style. This allows the game to experiment with highly imaginative world-building before the storyline transitions the character into her proper dimensions. Still, throughout the game, Gulliver Syndrome explores multiple creative venues through its characters and plot twists. At times, the storyline feels a little disjointed, which keeps it from delivering a totally seamless experience.
The visuals are just as inspiring as the storyline. Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome features some magnificent location designs that are both memorable and simply gorgeous. Moreover, the quality of the cutscenes is also on-point, which is what we have come to expect from this group of talented developers. On the audio side, the voice-overs and the soundtracks are pleasant and fitting.
Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome’s original premise allows the game to include some out-of-the-box inventory uses. While the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are to the most challenging, the impressive level of creativity makes it difficult to fault. Regardless of the unnecessary organ gadget and a few illogical instances of gameplay, the game is entertaining through and through.
On the easiest difficulty mode, I finished Bridge to Another World: Gulliver Syndrome in just a little over three hours – which is considered relatively short for a HOPA. The 45-minute bonus chapter is a prequel and serves as an important companion to the main game. The Collector’s Edition also includes a strategy guide, wallpapers, soundtracks, concept art, cutscenes, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects.