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Chocolatier
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Suprisingly Engaging

I initially played it as a demo. I admit the graphics could use some polishing. But! Once into the game I found that the games, quests, and complexity engaging. I have played it several times and each time I find new challenges. I am drawn into the excellent story structure, there is not predictable to the end game. Am looking forward to the next edition in this story!!!

by Christine Holmes, USA - Sep 6th 2007
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Azada
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Click, Play, Repeat

Great fun, puzzles are different every time. Love the story to hold it all together. Graphics and sound are very polished and the biggest reward of this game! Well worht it!

by Christine Holmes, USA - Sep 6th 2007
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Hearts of Iron 2
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Hours of excellent gameplay

This may not be a game you can instantly drop into, but nor does it pretend to be. There is an initial learning curve, but for any experienced and dedicated strategy gamer they wil find themselves coming back to this game again and again. It's intelligent and complex, and not for those who just want to blow up nazis.

by Chris Watkins, England - Sep 5th 2007
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G.H.O.S.T. Hunters: The Haunting of Majesty Manor
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Wedding Dash
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Dream Chronicles
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Beautiful!

The graphics are amazing. The puzzles are fun, but very easy to crack. Would like to have had more complexity. Another installment maybe?

by Christine Holmes, USA - Sep 1st 2007
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Dream Chronicles
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Disappointed!

I quite enjoyed the demo, not knowing that I'd nearly completed the entire game. Can't believe I spent $20 on a game that plays for less than two hours. Second time through is so bor-or-or-ing. What a waste! And the ending just cries for a sequel . . . for which I'm sure I'll be expected to shell out another $20 - Forget it!

by Annie Wun, USA - Sep 1st 2007
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Creatures: Village
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Creatures: Village

First let me say that I am an avid gamer. I spend more of my free time playing computer & video games than I'd like to admit. I dont know if I missed something in this or what - and I do have small children so I've played plenty of kids' games - but this game consisted of choosing your creature & them watching them go someplace & maybe bounce a ball. Or pick something up. Then...nothing. It was a painful experience that I hope I can forget soon. Wish I could have my $20 back.

by Yaelle Glenn, USA - Aug 31st 2007
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Ancient Hearts and Spades
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Not very challenging

Even on the hard level, other team is always set. No one but you bids a nil and your "teammate" may or may not cover your nil. Disappointed in the lack of competitiveness in Spades. Hearts plays well.

by Amy Alarian, USA - Aug 31st 2007
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DOOM 3
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good stuff

i bought the game and every thin works fine on my imac G5 and there are no problems with the sound or what so ever witch makes the game a lot scarier so for me the game has a good design the only thing is thats it a little old thanks for reading

by Benjamin Van De Walle, Belgium - Aug 31st 2007
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Mythic Marbles
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Battlefield 2142
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Fantastic, despite the bugs

Very fun game! The game play is very similar to Battlefield 2, but players of Battlefield 1942 will probably be able to figure things out pretty quickly too. A few problems with freezing (and not being able to force quit out, forced restart) but the game play is about as fun as it gets. Try the new Titan game type maps, it's a lot of fun.

by Grant Schenk, USA - Aug 30th 2007
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Rome: Curse of the Necklace
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Travelogue 360 Rome: Curse of the Necklace

I played the game in its entirety, assigned a new "user" then had to locate the identical objects all over again. I expected unlimited play with oh so many objects to locate. Was fun the first time around. Boring the second try. I'm disappointed that I bought the game.

by Evelyn S Whitehead, USA - Aug 29th 2007
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Reel Deal Card Games
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Needs work

With Texas Hold 'em I had hold cards Q,10. At the turn card there were two more 10's on the board (i.e., I had 3 of a kind). When the betting was done I lost, because the game didn't recognize that I had 3 of a kind; it did not acknowledge my 10 hold card! Yes, it's only an inexpensive game, still what's the point? The programming is off! Sorry...

by Cliff Goolsby, USA - Aug 29th 2007
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Need for Speed Carbon
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Great Game

hi all.. If you're a racing fan.. this is a must game. I have an intel mac xenon.. and I've got Windows XP installed on it.. this game rocks.. if you have installed XP as well try out NFS Most wanted too.. the previous installment. you definatley need a nvidia 7300GT on your system.

by kalpesh Patel, United Arab Emirates - Aug 29th 2007
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Project Nomads
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Save your money

Interesting concept but poorly implemented. You're a first person player in what they're trying to make a RTS battlefield. The problem is this accentuates the clunkiness inherent in RTS, the inability to multitask effectively. So you wind up moving your island, then stopping and shooting. Boring.

To make it worse, you can't remap the keybindings, which should be a basic feature in any game you plan on charging people money for.

by Brian Vassar, USA - Aug 29th 2007
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Postal 2: Share The Pain
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Let your Id out to play...

Excellent substitute for those days when you feel like going out and doing the real thing. Postal is a lot more fun for everyone involved than actually going on a shooting spree.

by Brian Vassar, USA - Aug 29th 2007
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Cold War
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Meh.

Awesome graphics, but the game mechanics felt awkward at best and the voice acting was really bad. Didn't hold my interest past the intro level.

by Brian Vassar, USA - Aug 29th 2007
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Professor Fizzwizzle
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The Professor is for All Ages

This may be a more brief review than you wish, but it hopefully answers any questions not taken care of by playing the demo version, which I recommend you download and play.

Professor Fizzwizzle is a game that is challenging, yet not frustrating for players of all ages, from toddlers to great grandparents. The game has four difficulty choices, from beginner to advanced. The concepts remain the same on each difficulty, yet the obstacles encountered are more mentally complex to challenge even the most skilled player. Since my grandchildren and I all enjoy the game play on both Windows and mac platforms, I have only praise for the design of the game. My only dislike is the background music, which I turn down the volume on so its repetion does not annoy my wife.

by James Pieper, USA - Aug 29th 2007
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Battlefield 2142
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WOOT

Excellent game! Got it at the Mac store and haven't stopped playing it!

by Matt Bonnar, Canada - Aug 29th 2007
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