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Escape The Museum
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Best Hidden objects game !

I did liked it very much. Buy it!

by Claude Grenier, Canada - Feb 2nd 2010
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Drawn: The Painted Tower
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Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise
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Chains
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Classy and simple but...

I love this game. It's so simple, with classy, uncluttered graphics and is somehow quite addictive. Shame it only goes for about 8 or 9 mins before crashing. If they can sort that out, this would be a real favourite.

by Wendy Halley, Scotland - Jan 31st 2010
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Mary Kay Andrews: The Fixer Upper
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Ends strangely

This game is not particularly difficult but I found it to be engaging and fun, though very short. If the game had had a longer "second half" I think I would be able to rate it at 4 stars. However, there is no real satisfying conclusion to it, you don't get to see the rooms you've finished once you leave the area of play, you never find out what happens to most of the characters....I would encourage the developers to take this very fine start and really work on the ending!

by Dawn Johnson, USA - Jan 31st 2010
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Elementals: The Magic Key
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Elementals : The Magic Key

5 STARS !!! Very good, very good grafics , simple interesting story and dialogues , interesting puzzles , funny , relaxing but NOT boring !! awaiting for Magic Key 2 !!!

by Vanessa Abela, Greece - Jan 30th 2010
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Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst
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return to Ravenhearst

A real value. The puzzles are excellent and are difficult. I needed to use the walkthrough to get finished. The only thing I didn't like was the story. Weird and too depressing.

by Janina Boel, USA - Jan 29th 2010
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The Clumsys 2: Butterfly Effect
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The Three Musketeers
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I liked the Windows version!

This game is a lot of fun. They do a nice job of turning the book (although I admit to not having read it at all recently) into a game. I really liked being able to own and ride horses as well as equipping weaponry, armor, etc. in traditional RPG manner. I have only played it on Windows but assuming the Mac version is up to the same standard, would recommend it.

by RJ, USA - Jan 28th 2010
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Avernum 6
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Another great installment in the excellent series

Jeff Vogel has been creating CRPGs for more than a decade. Avernum VI is the latest installment of the long-running story of young adventurers exploring a unique underground world in crisis. Avernum is where the despotic empire long stuffed those people it did not want or could not control. In past installments one could fight the wars between the Empire and Avernum or the underground races and the struggling people. In Averum VI, the lizardlike Slith race is attacking while at the same time Mushrooms, the staple foodsource of the underworld, is falling to a blight.

Can you stop these twin threats to life underground? You start as simple soldiers and guards amd can either develop into the heroes of Avernum, or die.

Vogel's detailed, logical storylines, gigantic, highly detailed world and challenging tactical gameplay shine through and make this a game you can't finish in one sitting, but look forward to returning to play as soon as work, school and sleep allow.

by John Michael Croft, USA - Jan 28th 2010
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Avernum 6
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An excellent and very detailed game

Avernum 6 is an incredibly detailed and in-depth role playing game. You play as a party of four members, which you can customise as you like (all fighters, all spellcasters, or a mix). You have to solve dozens of quests as well as numerous optional side quests.

There is masses of treasure to find all over the extensive game world. The storyline is really unique.

by istara, Australia - Jan 28th 2010
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The Three Musketeers
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Autumn's Treasures: The Jade Coin
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Avernum 6
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Guns of Icarus
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Guns of Icarus..

Hard to play if you are in AZERTY....too bad one more game not for european , i give up.

by Perramon, France - Jan 25th 2010
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Guns of Icarus
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Pretty Good

Cool game and concept. In my opinion, the hard levels are too hard. I couldn't get through them. It would be nice if there was a little more balance to some of the guns...

by Joel R. Porte, USA - Jan 25th 2010
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Mystic Diary - Lost Brother
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World of Goo
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Even if you think you don't like physics, you will love this

One of my favorite puzzle games of all time.

by Janice Hargrave, USA - Jan 24th 2010
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Shaman Odyssey - Tropic Adventure
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Beautiful but Disappointing

I was excited to see that the game let me play in full 1920x1200 resolution, and in the hour demo made it seem like each level would be increasingly challenging.

Unfortunately, after purchasing the full game, I saw that the rest of the game, after the tutorial lessons, was extremely repetitive. The levels did not increase in difficulty, and I didn't have to replay a single level to move on. I finished the whole game in about 4 hours, and replay value is virtual nonexistant. You can replay levels to try to get a gold medal on each, but unfortunately, there's absolutely no guidance on how to get a better medal - is it time-based? point-based? - and no indication what kind of progress you're making towards the goal while you're playing.

by GoBecky, USA - Jan 23rd 2010
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FATE
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Fate

I love this game, and play it on a mini, and I've had very few problems. The one exception, is that I cannot "map" spells to my "F" keys, or anywhere else. I've got a new Apple keyboard, and I've looked on the web, and in the reviews here, but I don't find any mention of this problem. If anybody has any ideas, I'd appreciate some help. Other than that, I've played more than 35 hours, and I'm at level 44, and getting my butt kicked by the swarm surrounding the "boss". I'd love to be able to use multiple spells, but can't.

by Joe Slavinsky, USA - Jan 23rd 2010
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