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National Geographic Presents Herod's Lost Tomb
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Almost worked!

Considering it was N.G's first foray into caual gaming, they did an adequate job but I am expecting more next time. The graphics and history are realistic and the best part of the game. It is also quite long but easy and repetitive. There are mini games but even they are repetitive being mostly jigsaw and rotation. There is one difficult pipe mini game. There is a timed and relaxed mode but this is one game I think most could finish in timed. I give National Geographic kudos because I love them so much and this is their first try. I am sure their next game will be much more of a challenge though.

by Andrew Harris, Canada - Dec 6th 2008
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SKIP-BO Castaway Caper
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Fun for the first 30 min.

If you love skip-bo I suppose you would be happy with this game......but unlike FAIRWAY SOLITAIRE (excellent card game) it is just the same thing over and over again and gets incredibly boring. I certainly wish they would come out with some better card games, the are few and far between. I just found this game incredibly repetitious!

by KEVIN BRIAN, Canada - Dec 6th 2008
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Go-Go Gourmet
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Jewel Quest Mysteries
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THE Best Music!

I am thoroughly enjoying this game and WILL purchase it. WONDERFUL Middle Eastern music, great graphics in the hidden objects part of the game, the "Upgrades" choices between sections is a cool idea... so far the mini-games inbetween were a little on the easy side, but there was also the ability within those games to find coins to purchase extra hints and upgrades, so "easy" provided extra time to plan strategy for getting those coins... I highly recommend this game!

by Susan Weselnick, USA - Dec 4th 2008
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The Rise of Atlantis
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Jewel Quest Mysteries
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Zoo Tycoon 2
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Best animal lover game ever

It is an exciting fun game! you can do so much. ME and my friend play free play and just breed animals then make a family tree so much to do all the time (in the game)

by Paul Kilonsky, USA - Dec 2nd 2008
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Azada: Ancient Magic
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Even better than the first

Interesting plot,multipage puzzles and entertaining mini games. It has good replay value and you are never bored playing it. The best part is that you can save your progress without starting over like you did in the first one. HIGHLY ENTERTAINING

by Andrew Harris, Canada - Dec 2nd 2008
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Ancient Quest of Saqqarah
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Maybe THE best Match 3

Definitely not easy to beat. Great graphics with interesting twists to the Match 3 genre, providing multiple games in one. A must for anyone addicted to this kind of game.

by Shannon Weiss, USA - Dec 2nd 2008
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Azada: Ancient Magic
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21 books of pure fun!

A very good point & click adventure game. You interact with objects in the pages to sovle puzzles. Puzzles in the first AZADA were limited to one screen while in Ancient Magic the puzzles can span many pages of the each book. Another difference is there are 21 books as opposed to one to explore You do not have to play the mini games at one particular time, you may go back and play them after solving puzzles in the book. The game is between 4 and 5 hours and none if it is fluff. I loved the first Azada but enjoyed this one even more!

by K.Baillie, Canada - Dec 2nd 2008
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SKIP-BO Castaway Caper
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Dream Pinball 3D Classic
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Pinball

I love a good pinball game used to play them as a kid in the arcades. I think $30 is a bit too steep a price for this game. Lower the price and sell more units, this will make everyone happy.

by barry, USA - Dec 1st 2008
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Monopoly Classic
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No Joke, Suggestion!

This game is excellent, one thing I wish for this and many other dice games is that is has the ability to punch in the number on the dice for people that want to use real dice. Reason? Its annoying to see and feel that the computer is trying hard to mix up dice but as you play the first 5 rounds you end up landing on someone's property until the land is all purchased up.

Still a hot game!

by Franklyn Terrance Grant Jr, USA - Nov 30th 2008
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Jane's Realty
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Boring

I thought this game would be a lot better than it is. Each level is the same. Game would be better with a free game play option where you can design the city as you like.

by lori brancheau doty, USA - Nov 30th 2008
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The Magician's Handbook: Cursed Valley
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The Magicians Handbook - Cursed Valley

This one is definitely challenging! With 13 chapters, puzzles in between and the promise of a harder challenge at the end is great. Only one fluff: snale (snail). The flying spell puzzle keeps the eyeballs hopping. There are still chapters I need to find stuff!

by Anne Ugartechea, USA - Nov 30th 2008
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Book of Legends
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Book of Legends

I was very disappointed by this game. It is so boring and simplistic. All objects are easy to find. Dialogue is childish. Graphics are poor quality. Can't think of a good reason to buy this.

by Robin Khan, England - Nov 30th 2008
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Fairies
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Gorgeous, Relaxing Game

I discovered this game several years ago and found the graphics, music and sound effects to be well above average. It's a different take on matching games, as you can move both vertically and horizontally by pushing and pulling the lines of "bottled" fairies. Not much of a challenge but, nevertheless, a very soothing distraction after a stressful day.

by Karen Connelly, USA - Nov 28th 2008
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The Magician's Handbook: Cursed Valley
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Alice Greenfingers 2
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Book of Legends
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Fun for beginner but slow for pro

If you are looking for a fast challenging game this one will not be for you, the dialogue is to slow and the game gets boring way to fast. I will pass on this dog.

by April Ward, USA - Nov 26th 2008
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