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Bob the Builder Can-Do Carnival
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Cro-Mag Rally
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Cro-Mag for Mac - No Good

This game is so good on the iPod Touch and soooooo awful on the Mac. No Joystick feature, steering with keybd is nearly impossible even in the simplistic mode. Obstacles block you entirely. Difficult to back away from them and it turns you circles at almost every turn. Not even worth the 99 cents I paid. This could be close to good with a little effort. But as is on the MAC it sucks!

by chris morrison, USA - Apr 28th 2009
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Etch A Sketch
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Hard Evidence
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Great Game

This game is well worth the money. You actually need to use your brain in this one. Some linear parts but overall you make the decisions where to go next. Dialogue is well played, graphics are good. Loved it - pity the sequel wasn't in the same league as this one.

by Sara Clegg, New Zealand - Apr 27th 2009
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CSI: NY
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Age of Japan
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Monarch: The Butterfly King
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Would have been good, had it not been done before

It is very similar to BIG KAHUNA REEF....so pic one or the other, layout, powerups everything are the same.

by K.Baillie, Canada - Apr 22nd 2009
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Lemure
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Little Shop - Memories
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Good Game

This game is a decent one. It has good replay value with the Blitz rounds. Worthwhile!

by Abby Barnes, USA - Apr 21st 2009
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Hordes of Orcs
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Be A King
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Not quite enough...

After doing the very easy to follow tutorial the game is entertaining and easy but my main issue with it is the lack of creativity allowed by the player. The game is NOT an open board where you can create a town or city. Instead, it is a series of short scenarios where you have to meet a particular set of objectives (like to reach a certain population or money point, and build some specific buildings) There is not a lot of room for player strategy or creativity. There is just about one way to win a scenario, that's it, you are off to the next screen. I completed all scenarios in about a half day of playing and now there is nothing left to do. If you are looking for a Sim City or Ceasar type game, this is not it. If you are very new to these types of games and want a one day introduction, you might enjoy this.

by ladawna howard, USA - Apr 20th 2009
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Ashley Jones: The Heart Of Egypt
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One of the better Match 3

Ashley Jones has very good graphics and a good mix go gameplay. Lots of levels to complete. While it is not entirely original like most match 3, it does offer some different twists with earning power ups and finding in missing artifact in each board. The story and game are definitely interesting enough to keep playing. While at the beginning you think "same ol same ol" it gets better as you go on. I am about 45 levels in, just a little over halfway and I will definitely play all the way through.

by KEVIN BRIAN, Canada - Apr 20th 2009
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Call of Atlantis
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Good match 3

good solid match 3 game, nothing new, except for the city facts but good none the less as long as you are not looking for something original.

by KEVIN BRIAN, Canada - Apr 20th 2009
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Kudos 2
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Better than the first

The good: Kudos 2 has limitless replay value, improved look and a sharper interface. there is a lot of depth to it too! Your friends are more sophisticated in this version with interesting character traits. You can change your avatar as well. Yearly birthday parties etc. The only downside I found to the game is that the work day can get repetitive. If they could spice that up like the evenings it would be a near perfect game.

by KEVIN BRIAN, Canada - Apr 20th 2009
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Coyote's Tale
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So So

The best I can say about this game is that you have 2 main characters to play and the original subject. You can choose which sister to play and if you would like to find the hidden objects by work or outline. There is a relaxed mode too. The mini games are enjoyable enough and you may skip as many as you want.
But the game is full of corny dialogue and TERRIBLE voice acting.

by KEVIN BRIAN, Canada - Apr 20th 2009
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Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst
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this rocks, well written story and excellent graphics

I love mysteries and solving puzzles. This has got it all. The clues are well hidden and can keep you busy even a second time around. I really look forward to this games follow-up (Return to Ravenhearst Manor) being adapted to mac. I am not really that much into games but this one did not disappoint. Can play again and again.

by CiberTiger, USA - Apr 20th 2009
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Diaper Dash
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FATE
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Did enjoy it for a couple of hours.

First impression: This game is awesome.

However after a day or two I found it quite irritating. It would have been a fantastic game if you didn't need to go through every single level time after time. Fate is no longer on my system.

by Miriam Salimans, Netherlands - Apr 18th 2009
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Laura Jones and the Gates of Good and Evil
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Laura Jones and the Gates of Good and Evil

Fun games, not too hard. Fun mini games and good graphics. However, the game is way too short for the price. I bought it last night, played it a couple of times today and I'm shocked that I'm done!!

by Katharine Weber, USA - Apr 17th 2009
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Continental Cafe
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Not a good game

I tried this demo and the game was awful. So full of glitches. The mini games only work half the time. The word game only works on the hard difficulty setting. Otherwise you get a time out message repeatedly or the letters don't show up at all. On the click games, sometimes the marks appear, other times nothing happens. It is frustrating, boring and a waste of time. Sad since all of your other games are great.

by amanda, USA - Apr 17th 2009
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