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Ancient Quest of Saqqarah
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Fantastic Game!

A well crafted game with 7 different play types. Excellent graphics and the type of game you will play for weeks. There has to be at least 500 different levels with lots of different ranks and bonuses to earn. The most difficult part is the curved pathways. The most original MATCH 3 game I have ever played, but you have khufu the magical blue monkey to guide you lol! It sets a new standard for the "match 3" genre!

by K.Baillie, Canada - Sep 12th 2008
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Escape From Paradise
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Escape from Paradise

Marvelous, beautiful graphics, addictive as can be... When can we expect a sequel ? With maybe forming couples, wedding parties and/or other parties to dance, have fun, have babies, see the latter growing up, why not gardening also etc... in case they'll have to stay ? or maybe built a boat to escape ? find a new island with a treasure ... or discover different types of animals to interact with ...

Joelle, Luxembourg, September 2008

by Joelle L.1, Luxembourg - Sep 12th 2008
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Burger Shop
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Very addicting game!

If you're the organizing type that likes games like Diner Dash or any of the other service oriented games, you'll probably like this one. Your goal is to serve all of the customers their special (and sometimes weird) orders in a timely fashion. I've been playing since April trying to get perfect scores on both the Story and Expert levels. It's not impossible, but it does take some practice. Each session is relatively short so it's great if you only have a little time available to play.

by Sky Yoshimura, USA - Sep 11th 2008
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Betty's Beer Bar
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What a waste of time!

I am very disappointed, it's only embarrassing... Please, sell it much cheaper or better: don't even sell it!

by Sandra Zambon, Luxembourg - Sep 10th 2008
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Little Shop - Road Trip
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ONE OF THE BEST H/O

This is just like Little Shop Treasure 2 and I think it's longer. It's great for a H/O game because of all the re-playability. GREAT GAME. No problems.

by Jeanne Dower, USA - Sep 10th 2008
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Mystery Case Files: Prime Suspects
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Best of the bunch!

I love all of the MCF games, but I think this one's my favorite! Out of all the seek and find games, I find that MCF games are the leader in their field...

The puzzles in this one are fun!

by Helene Shaw, Canada - Sep 10th 2008
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Little Shop - Road Trip
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BETTER THAN TREASURE 2

This was similar but better than the last game. Things to find besides the objects are license plates, squirrels and question marks, so lots to do. If you love H/O games this is great because you have so many options for trophies after the game. It's long which makes it worth the money. My only problem was finding the question marks. Even with walkthrough help I can't them all. And you have to be fast.

by Jeanne Dower, USA - Sep 10th 2008
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Archibald's Adventures
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Archibold's Adventures is Above Average for Adolescents

Archie is is gutsy little guy who, with the help of his trusty skateboard, has to solve numerous puzzles in order to escape Dr. Klumpfus's laboratory. Each puzzle has brief explanations and tips to help you get Archie through the levels. And, while the problem solving skills needed to play this game are well within an adults abilities, younger players should find this game challenging. But everyone will find it fun.

by Sheila Greenberg, USA - Sep 10th 2008
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Spore
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Spore

This game will provide hours of fun. From wars to peace and from germs to creatures. This game is awsome.

by Anne Rees, USA - Sep 8th 2008
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Spore
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SecuRom DRM Cripples this Game

I was really disappointed when I learned that EA had failed to remove SecuRom from the final release of Spore. This DRM scheme is unfortunately an extreme example of companies treating paying customers like criminals, while the criminals with their DRM free pirated copies get a better overall user experience.

I really wanted to give you $50 EA, but I'm sorry I just can't. Please send EA the right message about DRM and refuse to purchase this game.

by Noel Rosenthal, USA - Sep 8th 2008
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Jack Keane
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ONE OF THE BEST YET

This game is fun, delightful, clever and totally absorbing. It's similar to Ankh but much more creative, funny and challenging. It's true that most of the game is done for you with the story line, (beautifully done) and the dialogue which does give you some options but makes it constantly engaging. The graphics are amazing. A lot of the puzzles are difficult I found and could not possibly have finished it without a walkthrough. But if you have the patience I do not have and think outside the box it's possible. Who would think to put a "smoking pipe" on a "bunch of wasps" in a "cereal bowl" on a "ledge" you don't even know is there. Brilliant!! The characters are great and likable so I had fun and found myself smiling and laughing which I've never experienced in a game. I LOVED IT!!!

The game is long which I love because like a good book you can hardly wait to get back to it.

Jeanne in San Francisco

by Jeanne Dower, USA - Sep 8th 2008
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Jack Keane
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Good game in theory but marred by technical problems!

This game is a great little adventure for those who loved the Monkey Island series of games... Not quite as refined or as brilliant in its humour, but a very nice, entertaining, game nonetheless. Which makes it all the more infuriating when you discover that there is a glitch in the game that means that, if you're unlucky and come across it, you cannot progress beyond a certain point in the game as one of the objects you need is strangely missing. This was a known issue in the windows version and unfortunately appears to have been ported over. Hopefully a patch is forthcoming soon?

by Felix von Reiswitz, England - Sep 8th 2008
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Kult: Heretic Kingdoms
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Give it a shot!

OK.... so the graphics are yesteryear... and it's a tad simplistic compared to other games.

But in the end, that really didn't matter. Just like dating a girl who isn't a cheerleader, at first you're feeling ify about her. But after a while you realize you really like her!

So I say give it a shot if you like adventure/RPG games...

by Ando Sonenblick, USA - Aug 23rd 2008
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Blood Ties
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Don't waste your money here

This is 100% a search game. Nothing else. No levels of difficulty, no animated characters - zip. I have to say that I'm glad I'm already a fan of the TV show. Because if I'd played this first - I would have never watched it. I'm usually a pretty lenient reviewer, but in this case I spent $20 for a very boring, monotonous game. Don't buy this one.

by Encee, USA - Aug 23rd 2008
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Yard Sale Junkie
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Needs more work

The graphics in this game leave a lot to be desired. Something that anyone could do with cut and paste. The gameplay isn't much better, for a hidden object game it really doesn't help if the object is actually hidden behind another object. This game needs more work.

by Jessica Simmonds, Australia - Aug 19th 2008
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Puzzle Quest
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This game rocks but...

I love this game! It takes some thought and is almost like a RPG. You can build your own citadels and attack other cities while going on quests and trying to figure out who is controlling the bad guys.... but.... after playing almost continuously for a couple of days, the game will now not play. It loads and then you can play for all of 3 seconds before it just quits with no warning. Very annoying and am hoping to figure out the problem soon. Other than this very annoying problem , this is a very cool game and worth the money... if it will work!

by Carolyn Owen, USA - Aug 19th 2008
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StoneLoops of Jurassica
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Sweet game - Viciously addictive

StoneLoops of Jurassica seems, at first, to be a nice little puzzle/arcade game. The graphics are crisp, colorful, and clear, and the background music is . . . well . . . pleasant, just like it's supposed to be. When you first start to play, it will probably remind you of the classic game, Zuma,. They both have little round balls snaking along a path that leads to a dragon who's just waiting to eat them. If you let even one of the balls fall into his mouth, you lose that round. And, of course, the levels get harder and harder to finish. Fortunately you can retry each round since there are no "lives" to be lost in this game. And that's what makes it addictive. Every time I failed to clear a board, I automatically hit the "retry" button because I knew I'd figure out the best strategy the next time (or maybe the time after, whatever ) and before I knew it, an hour had flown by. So, like I said, this is a sweet little game and will be fun for all ages. But I suggest you make sure the kids have finished their homework before starting a game. Oh, and don't play it at work or you'll never get that report done. Don't say I didn't warn you.

by Sheila Greenberg, USA - Aug 19th 2008
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Crumb
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Why isn't this game #1?

This game is seemingly simple at first...but then the real fun begins! My daughter and I had a fantastic time trying to get from level to level and trust me there were many times we were stuck! This game is as fun as it is challenging to the cerebellum. Why isn't it the top game on the list of popular games is what I'd like to know. Because unlike the endless run of sim, hidden object puzzles and the like, casual gaming has gotten rather boring. Not with Crumb. You get great challenging game play, the best personalized tech support I've ever had and many hours of challenging fun. I hope Crumb 2 comes out soon and is even harder than the first.

by Linda Rosenfield, USA - Aug 17th 2008
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Haunted Hotel
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Avoid

This game blew. Total play time: 7 mins. I was bored out of my mind.

by Millner, USA - Aug 15th 2008
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Haunted Hotel
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free trial not even worth it

It's basically a hidden object game connected by a "story".

However, there is way too much text. I I am more inclined to read the stories than most people, but this was awful writing. Not only was it awful in that it was boring and stupid, but it looks like they didn't even run it through a basic spell/grammar check.

Don't waste your time. There are better hidden object games out there.

by Chris Babcock, USA - Aug 12th 2008
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