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Bob The Builder: Can-Do Zoo
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Magic Match Adventures
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Parking Dash
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Domination
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C&C Red Alert re-visited

This game is a backward version of C&C Red Alert, the game is slow, complicated, and chess like moves.

by Frank Khoury, Australia - Oct 19th 2008
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FATE
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Super on a Mac!

An absolute delight to play.

I'm not much of a game-player, but you really don't need to be to with "Fate". You learn by your mistakes until things start to make sense and it becomes thoroughly enjoyable. Super graphics on the Mac, the background music is delightful. Fairly sophisticated once you get into it.

Kudos to the makers!

by Hoot427, Canada - Oct 18th 2008
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FATE
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Fate

I have just been playing the demo before buying the actual game and the character has a large, weird graphic grid pattern that follows him, on the ground, everywhere he goes. It is more than annoying- it blocks out scenery. Something is not right here . . . I am playing on a 2.4 GHZ Intel Core 2 Duo.

Any ideas?

by David Geister, USA - Oct 18th 2008
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World Mosaics
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Dream Pinball 3D Classic
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THE GAME OF LIFE - Path to Success
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Just nother task-intensive twitch game

Too bad this is just another time management game. Hasbro left Monopoly and Clue in their original format; too bad they couldn't have done the same with Life.

by Steve Fenwick, USA - Oct 12th 2008
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Agatha Christie: Death On The Nile
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Restoring Rhonda
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Scrapbook Paige
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Rooms: The Main Building
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Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble
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A really interesting and diverting game!

I've never played a game like this before, and I play a lot of games! It's a really original concept, the gameplay is innovative and always fresh. I finished the game, but I'll still play it again to see if there are other ways to finish it. I love the vintage look, and the central themes (while adult, as the first reviewer mentioned) are empowering to girls and pretty complex and deep. The ending is convoluted and a bit preachy, but it doesn't detract from the experience. Overall, a multi-layered, complex game that is rewarding, fun, and addictive!

by Celeste Christie, USA - Oct 6th 2008
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Reel Deal Casino Gold Rush
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Clue Classic
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Clue Classsic

I have played computer versions of Clue in the past and have to say this is the best I have played by some distance.

Clue Classic captures the look and feel of the game perfectly and any fans of the board game should be very happy with this game.

The user interface is very good and provides players with plenty of opportunity in which to make notes as they play and gather clues.

Atmospheric sound effects and appropriately 'haunting' music add to the games overall theme nicely. It is possible to turn off both however if they are not to your liking.

Nice little cut scenes feature throughout the game and the artwork is of a good standard and fitting with the overall look of the game.

The only downside for me is the lack of a multiplayer option. It is only possible to play the game with one human player. All other players are controlled by the computer AI.

This is a shame and if multiplayer was included this version of Clue would have been as close to perfect as you could want.

Overall this is an excellent adaptation of a classic game and at this price is a worthy addition to any mac games collection. Multiplayer would have been the icing on the cake.

by Peter Wilkie, England - Oct 4th 2008
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FATE
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Gem in the rough

Stylized like Diablo 1 with all the functional enhancements of Diablo 2, but without class restrictions and you get a customizable pet too! Definitely has its own magic style and item interaction the further down you venture. Graphics are outstanding and appropriate for almost all ages-I appreciate that you can pan and zoom. Nice choice of music as well. Plays very well on wide range of macs, such as my older Gigabit G4 1.6Ghz/GeForce FX 5200.

Also, a tip for those with wide screens or very large screen sizes: you can edit the file in /Users/[your user name]/Library/Application Support/Fate/config.dat with any text editor and change the screen size to match your unique native resolution. For example, for best visual experience on a 17" MBP, set
SCREENWIDTH:1680
SCREENHEIGHT:1050

Hopefully, a future update will allow all supported resolutions to be detected/edited in-game. Otherwise, game is stable, polished, and easy to jump into after a long day of work. Great fun!

by Eric1, USA - Oct 4th 2008
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Jewel Quest III
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New favorite

My new favorite and good games are hard to find. Bored with Mah jong and finished all levels of Nanosaurus (wish there were more, I love flying). JewelQuest III (never played the earlier ones) is hard enough to be really challenging, but not impossible. Some chance, but one can learn and get better and faster, so its not all chance. I have trouble pulling myself away. A real jewel and a steal at this price.

by Rita Johnstone, USA - Oct 2nd 2008
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Delicious - Emily's Tea Garden
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Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble
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Very unusual and fun game

This is a strange yet compelling game that defies genre. It describes itself as a "vintage boardgame" but it's not a boardgame at all. It has a lot of adventure elements, some puzzle elements, and some elements from card games. There's an investigative storyline as well as minigames, with RPG elements from the way you enhance your characters' skills.

It took me a while to get into this game. By some lucky chance, the game didn't quit after the 60 minutes were up, so I played for quite a bit longer, and that got me hooked. I've now bought it. So if you don't quite get it at first, keep going at least until the end of the demo.

It's quirky, innovative and yet vintage all at once. And a little bit surreal.

by istara, Australia - Oct 1st 2008
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