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The Clumsys
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Travelogue 360 Paris
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Like Being in Paris

If you like the "find things" games, then this is a must. It gives the real flavor of Paris and the French countryside, and starts with authentic photography. The 360 degree movement is excellent, and zooming is helpful.

There are many environments to play in, and by the time you have picked up your "souvenirs" you feel you know the area well. The jigsaws, while very simple, are clever with their puzzle shapes, and every level of completion gives you a tidbit of French history.

The music, although a bit repetitive, is still non-intrusive, and adds another French seasoning to to this remarkable tour of France. Added sound effects over the music tends to make you feel as if you're really there, in 22 different places, and the sound looping is long enough not to drive you crazy.

I really liked this game. If you like "find it" games and virtual reality, then Travelogue 360 Paris will not disappoint you.

Tom Lewis, Canada - June 1, 2008

by Tom Lewis, Canada - Jun 1st 2008
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Cooking Academy
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I love this!

This game is AMAZING. I'm trying to get my mum to buy it for me.

by maisie livingston, England - Jun 1st 2008
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Cooking Academy
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Awesome!

Awesome!

by Leah Deveaux, Canada - May 31st 2008
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Virtual Villagers: The Secret City
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It keeps improving

I wasn't sure how they were going to improve this game, but they did. There are more puzzles, more collectables, and more options for using tech than before. If you like the first two, you'll love this one. I still think you should be able to see collectables from big map though.

by Brandy Parsons, USA - May 30th 2008
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Return to Dark Castle
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Abundante!
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Very Disappointed!

A game with great visuals and concept, but ultimately just plain frustrating. If I could return it for another game I would! Of the 10 games I've purchased this year - - I'd rate this as last on my list.

by judith thibaut, USA - May 29th 2008
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I.Q. Identity Quest
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Everyone should get it

This game was great and entertaining.If you want a way to spend a day then this is how it should be spent.

The only downfall was that it only gives you an hour of free play.

by Khristina Wood, Australia - May 29th 2008
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Cooking Academy
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Virtual Villagers: The Secret City
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Word Cross
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Larva Mortus
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Awesome

An amazing execution of zombie killing game play. Very replayable. Very fun.

by RN, Canada - May 24th 2008
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Larva Mortus
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Agatha Christie: Peril at End House
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Best hidden objects game so far

Some rooms are deceptively difficult; special effects (steaming tea, running mice, twittering and flying birds) are terrific; story line and clues lead to logical conclusion; and continues to baffle if you have to go back and do an investigation over. Next to Azada, this is the best. Noticed all the credits are Russian or Slavic...hats off to all.

by Sandy Allenson, USA - May 23rd 2008
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Agatha Christie: Peril at End House
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I really enjoyed it - it could be longer

I marked the graphics down a star because when in full screen the game didn't always size the graphics to the display correctly. It would display have part of the graphics off the bottom of the screen. If you turn off full screen and then go back to full screen then you see all of the graphics. I was disappointed when I had completed it. I did go back and play through it again since each time through the seek and find is different.

by Laura Fowler, USA - May 23rd 2008
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Dream Chronicles
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dream chronicles

too short, finish game after few hours.

by pascale jamieson, USA - May 23rd 2008
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Merriam Webster Spell-Jam
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I.Q. Identity Quest
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Supercow
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Fun!

I do have an intel processor, so I actually didn't encounter any of the technical glitches that the other reviewers had. The game is fun and mindless with great arcade-style action...like a somewhat easier Sonic the Hedgehog. Except it's a cow :) . The dialogue is pretty corny, but I actually really really enjoyed the game experience. A very nice and fun diversion. I don't have the best eye-hand coordination, so this game may be a bit easy for some people, but still very entertaining!

by Emily Williams, USA - May 21st 2008
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The Amazing Brain Train
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