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A Normal Lost Phone Icon
Nice little game
by Noodles214, Germany - Sep 13th 2017

In A Normal Lost Phone you find a lost smartphone and it's your decision, whether you try to find out, whom it belonged to or you just erase the data and the game is immediately over. Of course I chose the first. It's fun to search through the data and learn the story of the owner by reading SMS or mails he was writing with his friends and family. There are also some small puzzles, when you have to find passwords. But not very difficult. The story is clearly the most important part of the game. And I liked it.

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The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 Icon
Very long and good adventure game
by Noodles214, Germany - Sep 13th 2017

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a long game. It took me over 25 hours. And these hours were a lot of fun. The puzzles are good and logical, but for me they could have been a little bit more difficult. So I can recommend that game also for adventure beginners. The story is very funny, but unfortunately it ends open, so we have to wait for The Book of Unwritten Tales 3.

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STASIS Icon
Atmospheric horror adventure game
by Noodles214, Germany - Sep 13th 2017

In Stasis you wake up on a spaceship, where cruel experiments are made on humans. You don't know how you got there, but you know that you want to escape. The game is very atmospheric and brutal, not for the faint-hearted. The most of the story is told by very good written diarys, which you find on certain PDAs all over the spaceship. I liked reading them. The puzzles are mostly good designed and logical, but at some points a little more clues would have been helpful. For example you don't get descriptions for the items you find, so the use of them is not very clear and you have to find out by trial and error. If you liked Stasis, I can recommend Cayne, it's set in the same story universe and you can play it for free on GOG or Steam.

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Punished Talents: Stolen Awards Icon
Punished Talents: Stolen Awards Icon
House of 1000 Doors: Serpent Flame Collector's Edition Icon
Living Legends: Bound by Wishes Icon
Living Legends: Bound by Wishes Icon
Europa Universalis IV: Art of War Icon
Highly recommended
by Cristi P., Romania - Sep 12th 2017

This is one of the "tier 1", highly recommended DLCs for the game, according to reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/eu4/comments/5et9si/which_dlcs_should_i_get_a_help_for_people_new_to/

Good to get with a discount, one star deducted just for the ungodly number of DLCs that Paradox released for the game.

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Europa Universalis IV: The Cossacks Icon
Highly recommended
by Cristi P., Romania - Sep 12th 2017

This is one of the "tier 1", highly recommended DLCs for the game, according to reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/eu4/comments/5et9si/which_dlcs_should_i_get_a_help_for_people_new_to/

Good to get with a discount, one star deducted just for the ungodly number of DLCs that Paradox released for the game.

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Whispered Secrets: Everburning Candle Collector's Edition Icon
Whispered Secrets: Everburning Candle Collector's Edition Icon
Blood Bowl 2 - Team Pack Icon
Cities: Skylines Icon
A Wonderful Game
by Porthos40, USA - Sep 10th 2017

I love this game. The graphics are wonderful to look at, sound designer did a great job with atmosphere. This game ran like butter on my Mac Pro 2.8ghz Quad Core(2010) with Radeon 7950 3GB.I highly recommend this for a city builder.

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Tyranny - Tales from the Tiers Icon
This expansions...
by Zoltán Uri, Hungary - Sep 10th 2017

...expands your journey through the war-torn world of best role-playing game Tyranny, with new travel map events, encounters, and side stories!
Features:
-New travel events
-Expanded story
-New items
-More replay options

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Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution - Ridiculously Bloody Blood Pack Icon
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution - Ridiculously Bloody Blood Pack Icon
Project Highrise: Tokyo Towers Icon
The Metronomicon – The End Records Challenge Pack Icon
Alice's Patchwork Icon
Fun Images to puzzle out: what's not to like? Quite a bit, actually.
by green_knight, United Kingdom - Sep 8th 2017

Turns out, the gamification of it. You can see only five pieces at a time, they're often very obscure (which would be good), in order to progress you must solve these puzzles very fast and without a single mistake. This often means restarting a level until it's possible or until you've memorised the exact position of all pieces.

I find it ironic that of all the games I play (which includes a fair few action games like Shadows of Mordor) this is the one where physical restrictions (inability to hold down the mouse button and move the mouse with precision for long stretches of time until I have found the right spot for a piece) lose me points/mess up levels most often. Instead of fun, I found this game stressful.

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