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Galactic Assault: Prisoner of Power
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WARNING

This game is a turn based game. If you are looking for a RTS like warcraft, starcraft or C&C dont buy this game.

by Bryan Nutt, USA - Feb 27th 2009
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Around the World in 80 Days
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pretty high addiction factor

People playing this will see similarities between this and the RISE OF ATLANTIS. Follows the book pretty closely except for the pirates. There were no pirates in the Verne classic. It has good mixing of the game and story and beautiful scenery. A round of match 3 equals one of the 80 days. There are many power ups and it is quite difficult towards the end. Level 81 is killer.

All and all an addicting adreniline game not to be played before bed lol!

by KEVIN BRIAN, Canada - Feb 27th 2009
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World of Goo
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Great Game of Physics

Amazing Graphics and sound! Lots of character and mind bending puzzles! Very smart Writing. Some puzzles are much harder than you would expect. There is no time limit so you have plenty of time to experiment (which you will need at times) It is thoroughly entertainin, witty and challenging. The only downside or upside depending on your genius level lol, is that it can get very difficult. I have found only the most dedicated can get through with out the strategy guide or tips so don't feel bad if you have to use them. It is not a game to be missed. At least give it a try. One of the most original games ever!

by KEVIN BRIAN, Canada - Feb 27th 2009
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Destination: Treasure Island
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World of Goo
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Best game I've played in a long time!

This is by far one of the best puzzle games I've ever played. It's magical, funny, and just plain fun. A must have!

by Guri, USA - Feb 26th 2009
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World of Goo
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Be Goo

only the best game at the moment!!!

by faria davy, Canada - Feb 26th 2009
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World of Goo
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Senet
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Senet is An amazing Game!

Senet is an amazing game. Quick to learn, addictive to play. each round is short enough to play three or four rounds before your internal alarm clock goes off. but don't let the simplicity deceive you, there is a logic, and a rhythm and a pattern to the moves that must be established to take the win.

I am not only purchasing the download, but as an artist making Senet boards after I graduate as gifts for my friends.

Thanks Jeff Hanson for unearthing such a great find I give it five stars.

by Jude Blank, USA - Feb 25th 2009
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Be A King
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Virtual Villagers: The Secret City
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great game

i love this game. it is very very addicting, and its challenging and fun. you do get a little attached to your villagers, and it is just a great game. the only problem with it is that when i downloaded the game, there must have been a bug in the game to where i can't have another tribal chief. i've been through about three chiefs, and it won't let me have another one now. i dont know how to fix it without buying the game again!

by Hastings C, USA - Feb 23rd 2009
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Around the World in 80 Days
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Sid Meier's Pirates!
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Great game, but...

the dancing with governor's daughter takes way too much time. It can take over fifty moves in some instances. And you can't really decline the invitation because the governor's daughter has too many goodies (information, artifacts, maps) that you'll need to succeed. Otherwise a great update of a classic.

by Robert Cooper, USA - Feb 22nd 2009
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Gangland
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DONT BUY

Bottom line. This would be an 10/10 game... IF !!!! they spent the money to fix the bugs on the mac version. There are no patches for the mac version. ONLY PC. So save your money until the company wises up and makes the required patches to keep the game from shutting down every 3 mins.

by Nick Anweiler, USA - Feb 22nd 2009
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Hoyle Card Games 2009
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Irritating

I had an old version. I don't care to play on line, I don't like the bouncing cards and they won't drop on the board where and when you play. I only tried Canasta, but I had to put a card down four or more times before it would play on a pile. Irritating graphics. I don't like everything moving around. I just want to play cards. Don't need sound or animations of any kind.

by Karen Castillo, USA - Feb 20th 2009
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Eschalon: Book I
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Best Old School RPG in many years

This game has a surprising level of polish for an indie developer. The graphics and interface were quite good and aided in the imersiveness of the game. The story line itself was fairly interesting. If you enjoyed ultima or any other isometric view RPG game, I would recommend this one highly.

by Rob Ehlers, USA - Feb 20th 2009
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Monster Trucks Nitro
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Wendy Wellness
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A Vampire Story
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A Vampyre Story

Love the whole environment! Gameplay is simple enough, you go around the castle and pick up useful items and figure out ways to use them that will help you escape.

My biggest problem is that the game crashes from time to time. Hopefully this will be fixed. In the mean time, remember to save your game.

by Seth Foreman, USA - Feb 18th 2009
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Hidden Mysteries: Buckingham Palace
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Short and Sweet!

I finished this game in just a couple of days and to me, it was the right length because, as someone said previously, hidden object games can grow tiresome fairly quickly. I enjoyed the interesting information about the Buckingham Palace and the royalty that lived there, enough that I will visit Wikipedia after this review so that I can learn more about this palace, the Queen and her family. Negatively, some of the objects were ridiculous and impossible to find, and a couple of the puzzles were just lame. But on the whole, lots of fun in a compact package.

by Janet Brien, USA - Feb 18th 2009
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