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Princess Isabella returns from a ride to find her castle completely ruined and locked under an evil spell. While she was away, a wicked witch trapped the castle residents inside mirrors, shattered the glass and scattered the pieces. With the help of a fairy, the princess must rescue her people and restore the place to finally marry Prince Adam.

Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse is a hidden object game with adventure elements. The main objective is to collect several key objects from the castle grounds, to solve puzzles and free the castle folk. The castle can be explored in a typical point-and-click manner, where each location is represented by an static image of the scenery, and the player moves from room to room by clicking on the exit hotspots, usually placed over obvious and logical areas like doors and entrances. Some portions of the building are locked, and can only be accessed after solving one of the puzzles.

The objects can be found laying around in the background, or in some separate close-up views of the scenery. These zoom windows show another angle of the scene, with a list of objects to be found and collected at the bottom. Some of the collected items are stored in the inventory slots, from where they can be dragged and dropped on puzzles and other portions of the screen to interact with the environment. Mirror shards have to be inserted in one of the empty frames at the grand hall, and reassembled as jigsaw puzzles to liberate one of the captive souls. The rescued character usually unlocks a castle passage as a reward.

Each room has several puzzles that have to be solved to lift the curse and move to the next place. Some of the puzzles are self-contained mechanisms that can be solved through direct manipulation. Others block access to other parts of the castle, and require the use of inventory objects. After solving all the pending puzzles, the room is restored to its pristine condition.

One unique feature is the fairy assistant. She is the hint button, flying towards one of the required items when selected, and can also perform a series of special actions. She gradually learns new abilities that can be used to reveal hidden objects and solve puzzles. With the rock ability, she can break small containers like bottles and vases. The flame ability can be used to light something on fire, or attack an enemy. The wind ability blows away dust and other deposits, often revealing some obscured item. The water ability can be used to nourish plants. The hint option take some time to recharge after use, and becomes a skip option when playing one of the puzzles.


Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse Windows Finding all the bojects.
Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse Macintosh Grand Hall main floor (cursed)
Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse Windows Main floor
Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse iPad Title / main menu

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Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse Screenshot
Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse Screenshot
Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "Принцесса Изабелла. Проклятие ведьмы" -- Russian spelling
  • "Prinzessin Isabella und der Fluch der Hexe" -- German title
  • "Princess Isabella" -- Steam title
  • "Princesa Isabella: La Maldición de la Bruja" -- Spanish title
  • "A Witch's Curse: Princess Isabella HD" -- iPad title

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Adventurespiele Windows Aug 20, 2010 100 out of 100 100
Game Mile Windows Aug 28, 2009 5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars5 Stars 100
GameZebo Windows Aug 22, 2009 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Cubed3 Nintendo DS Sep 10, 2011 8 out of 10 80
Den of Geek (US) Windows Oct 01, 2009 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Impulse Gamer Windows Jan, 2011 7.8 out of 10 78
Everybody Plays Nintendo DS Oct 21, 2010 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70 Nintendo DS Dec 21, 2010 7 out of 10 70


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