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The Rise of Atlantis
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A Solid Match 3

The best thing about this game is the audio visuals.....they are great. It is also a very solid match 3 game yet it does not push the boundaries of the genre. It has the same formulas as many other quality match 3 out there and besides graphics, really has nothing new to offer. That being said aren't most of the H/O games like that and if you need a new match 3 to play this will definitely satisfy you! It is very good just doesn't bring anything new to the table.

by Andrew Harris, Canada - Dec 6th 2008
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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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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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Neptune's Secret
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Good Hidden Object game with great mini puzzles and games.

A nicely integrated story, multileveled with many mini puzzles. The only complaint I can find with this game is that it ended rather abrubtly. You can play in relaxed or time mode but you are not timed on the mini puzzles. That was kind of nice. Great graphics. It has an interesting hint based system in which you must find jewels to fit in an amulet. When the five jewels are collected, you get a magic spell to help find things. Very good game!

by Andrew Harris, Canada - Jun 13th 2008
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The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes
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Fun Game

16 cases to lost cases to solve. Scotland Yard couldn't do it, but Sherlock and I could! I like the fact that you can end each case and move on. Give more of a feeling of accomplishment. Levels definitely get harder as you go on. The put more mini games in the further you go and more suspects. Kind of corny stories (some better than others) and some funny lines. If you don't need to repeat any levels a fairly quick game. You do not get penalize quickly for wrong clicks, but beware, when you do the clock takes a full 8 minutes off your time. I am not crazy about the magnifying cursor, however you do need it. I really enjoyed the game, much more than the other Sherlock games out there!!

by Andrew Harris, Canada - Jun 12th 2008
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Big Kahuna Reef 2
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LOVED IT

I got totally hooked on this game SUPRISINGLY! I don't usually play many of these types but I tried and was hooked at the GETGO! I am not sure why...I think I just had to finish it. I played it every spare moment until I did. Just try it and you will see. Lots of levels, bombs, music and Levels get harder as you go. The longer combinations you make,more points etc. I am still surprised at how much I enjoyed it!

by Andrew Harris, Canada - Jun 12th 2008
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The Scruffs
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Fun game for All!

What can I say? I agrees with the other reviewers...Fun for all ages, different challenges than your average H/0 game. I would definitely look forward to a sequel. The kids , teens and adults in our family enjoyed it, which makes for good value in our household!

by Andrew Harris, Canada - Jun 12th 2008
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Escape The Museum
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Fun Game!

I enjoyed this game.....yes it has your H&Seek in it but it comes with some different twists. There are 2 versions of seeking, one the typical find different objects and the other find a 10 of one object. You also must escape from each room by using clues and tools to get out of the room. That was a nice twist. However the hardest part was the hideandseek.....instead of time being the main concern, ACCURACY is and you are judged on an average that can down very quickly. Hints cost you average as does even the slightest wrong click. THOUROUGHLY ENJOYED THE GAME and I will actually play a 2nd time to up my percentage. The biggest con is the voice overs (not the best acting) and the very odd time you may click on the right object and it will not accept it and your average goes down. Those are few and far between though. If you like the seek games I highly recommend this, It has that and much more to keep you entertained.

by Andrew Harris, Canada - Mar 21st 2008
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