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Jewel Match 2
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Geneforge 5: Overthrow
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Proof that an interesting story trumps the latest graphics

All the Geneforge games are a pleasure to play, and Geneforge 5 is no different. Gameplay is long, and the side quests can get complicated, adding to the depth of play. The player has some liberty with choices, and they are more complex than Angelic/Pure Evil. While players can jump straight to Geneforge 5, they will enjoy some of the backstory and cameos from earlier games if they have played 1-4. Highly recommended!

by Jan N.19, USA - Feb 12th 2009
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Hoyle Card Games 2009
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Nice elements

OK as in the first post I would have to agree with some. Sucks that there are less games but the new additions to backgrounds is nice and the over all feel. If you have neither 2008 or 2009 i'd go with 2008 do to the fact it has more games and options. But the really great thing about the 2009 is the online feature. I've already met some nice people have being playing card games with them on a daily bases. I'd recommend both.

by Artistic_JC, Canada - Feb 11th 2009
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Governor of Poker
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Eschalon: Book I
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Escalon Great Game

I have played many demos, but purchased full games over the years. This is one I game I really recommend. Lots of quests, some of which aren't necessary to finish the game. I like the slow play of a turn-based RPG. Can't wait for Book II

by Richard Cox, USA - Feb 10th 2009
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Dream Day Honeymoon
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Escape The Museum
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Very Challenging

I liked a lot about this game, especially the combination of hidden objects and escape challenges. This is not for first-timers of hidden objects, though. These objects are obscured by other objects, but one tip is that your cursor will "pulsate" if you hover over the object for more than a second. The voice-overs and script were a bit gaggy but still a break from the action. My first escape took thirteen hours total, but it was great fun.

by Tom Lewis, Canada - Feb 9th 2009
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Deep Blue Sea
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Top Notch Game

This is the best match 3+ game I've ever played. Graphics are great, thank goodness the sound effects are pleasant, and the music is up-tempo and motivating. I like how you have to earn your power-ups, and you can buy tanks of air, or anything else.

It won't take long before you get to understand strategic play, like making matches that power up the device you need to move your treasures.

This game keeps you on your toes, makes you think on the run, and is thoroughly friendly, exciting and enjoyable.

I recommend it for all ages.

by Tom Lewis, Canada - Feb 9th 2009
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Hoyle Card Games 2009
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No significant changes!

Geez, will this company ever learn to fix the bugs. The same bugs are there year after year. The randomizer is broken, and so like previous versions, you get the same set of hands over and over. You have to repeatedly select a game and leave to start getting some new hands. While the "talk" feature may be fun, the game still does not know what "serious" means, as the players just yak away mindlessly regardless of that setting. And the old background bug (backgrounds don't update) is still there. Frankly, I can't see any improvements-just the addition of a game or two. You still cannot edit the rules for most games. You still cannot pick whether players get 26 or you get -26 in hearts when you run them. And so on. If you've got an older version, just stick with it as there is nothing new here, and the bugs are not fixed.

by Montgomery A. Lee, USA - Feb 9th 2009
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Hoyle Casino 2009
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Bad game

it isn't good on slot machine or video porker.. i like old one better.

by Christopher Knutson, USA - Feb 9th 2009
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FATE
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Great Game

Fate is one of the classic rpg games. I would rate it 5 stars; it has all the aspects to be the best game of the century, action, adventure, and quirkyness. The action is obviously the intimate and exciting fighting, the adventure is the countless quests the game offers, and the quirkyness is the fishing and turning your loyal pet companion into anything you catch. Overall this is a great game and anyone who reads this should really consider trying it out.

by TG, USA - Feb 9th 2009
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Youda Farmer
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Great graphics and fun play!

I was really blown away with the graphics on this game almost immediately! The farm and houses are really cute and detailed, and there's no slowing due to graphics loading. It's a different style than other farm time-management games I've played - you pick up farm items in your truck and then deliver them. Very simple game, but rewarding.

by Celeste Christie, USA - Feb 9th 2009
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Fix-it-up: Kate's Adventure
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Don't get it

This game was way too short for me, if you actually follow the story line of the game you'll be disappointed. I followed it through to the end just to see "to be continued" . Do these people actually expect me to buy another version of this game to find out how the story ends.

Also, you can't quit and save a level because when you come back, you have to do the whole level again. This was not worth the time or the money

by christine munroe1, Canada - Feb 9th 2009
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Youda Farmer
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A little repetitive but very addictive

As with many Mac games I was a little hesitant to purchase this one but after trying the demo I was hooked. I wasn't disappointed either as I have been playing this game exclusively since I got it. I am now at level 6 and the challenge is getting tougher. The graphics are great and the gameplay is fun. I don't think you'll be disappointed with this one.

by slughand, USA - Feb 9th 2009
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Depths of Peril
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Nice

Not a bad game, a lot of replay ability. The story is poor and you'll see all of the quests the game has to offer fairly soon- things like rescuing townsfolk, killing a certain amount of monsters, beating a boss-level monster or collecting herbs.
That said, you can keep leveling up your character and the game stays competitive and fun for a long time. The competing guilds aspect of the game is unique, although it can get easy to manipulate.

It seems very similar to Soldak's other game, Kivi's Underworld. I would buy either one or the other, but not both.

by Luke Waymire, USA - Feb 8th 2009
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FATE
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Diablo II in 3-d

It's Diablo II, in 3-d and with really boring, repetitive dungeons. The graphics are VERY good, but the levels are all the same....a run through a dungeon. DO NOT FORGET to bring a return to town scroll or tome with you. Loot is not well scaled to the levels. However, if you need a way to spend an hour, it can be quite fun.

by Elisabeth M. Gray, USA - Feb 8th 2009
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Kivi's Underworld
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Another Diablo II clone with 3-D

This is obviously based on Diablo II. Unlike "fate" this one has, gasp, a plot! However, the graphics are NOT as good, and they've completely left off the loot system. The "secret" doors are sorta fun, unless you're trying to find the last one and have run that area of the dungeon over and over....

by Elisabeth M. Gray, USA - Feb 8th 2009
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Eschalon: Book I
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Nice graphics, slow play

For a turn-based game, the graphics are quite nice. However, that said, the play is slow, and at times boring. The character classes are not very evenly balanced, with some powerful and some so weak you will die over and over again. However, for the price, it's about right.

by Elisabeth M. Gray, USA - Feb 8th 2009
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Monopoly Classic
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A-W-S-O-M-E

This is a really fun game.

by mojo, USA - Feb 8th 2009
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FATE
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Fate

I really like this game. No problems at all with crashing or freezing on m iMac or notebook. Great Price!

by Sandra Bowling, USA - Feb 7th 2009
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