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Hidden Expedition: Amazon
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Great Bugs!

The graphics are great. I love bugs and the "take off" on this adventure is beautiful. This is more than peck and hunt. I'm stuck on the pyramid puzzle, but having fun playing music off the stripes (easily entertained). After a hard day as a transcriptionist, I need bubble gum for the brains!

Thank you,

Anne

by Anne Ugartechea, USA - Dec 2nd 2009
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Mr Jones' Graveyard Shift
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average game

The game is nice at first but than repeats itself. you keep working in same grounds and it becomes difficult to move around.

by cya nogen, Turkey - Dec 1st 2009
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G.H.O.S.T. Chronicles
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average game

hidden object scenes were not good, the puzzles were very easy. the game ends quickly and is not challenging

by cya nogen, Turkey - Dec 1st 2009
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Kudos Rock Legend
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nice game with replay value

it is a nice game, you can train in various areas and build up your career. graphics are average but general game play is easy and user friendly.

by cya nogen, Turkey - Dec 1st 2009
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World War 2: Time of Wrath
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Freezing problem

I am having the same issue as the above guy. Keeps freezing on me.

by Jason Fougere, Canada - Dec 1st 2009
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Monster Quest
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Boring game

Poor game play, stories are not good and puzzles repeat themselves

by cya nogen, Turkey - Dec 1st 2009
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Dr. Lynch: Grave Secrets
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great graphics, good story line

This is a very good game with great graphics which is a must for hidden object games. The scenes where you search for objects are colorful and beautiful. The story line is also interesting and you find yourself investigating a series of murders. I must also mention the presence of very good music.

by cya nogen, Turkey - Dec 1st 2009
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Mystery of Cleopatra
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Why not-

The graphics look good, stunning, but the big problem is getting into the game. There is a list of silhouettes, ok. There is no possibility of the player picking out where to start. The arrow points to some funky looking chunk of unknown material. Hitting the "Hint" button puts out a wash of reddish foam, but no specific area to look. If the producer of this gem's intention was to hit me/others over the head with a "stupid" sign, he wins. But, I'm not going to purchase it.

Anne

by Anne Ugartechea, USA - Nov 29th 2009
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4 Elements
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The 4 Elements

This is the best game I have ever experinced. I wish they would give me a whole year to enjoy it insted or a puny little hour. Right now I am saving up my allowence to try and make an attemp to by it. Of corse my parens might not O.K that idea because I'll have to use their credit card.

Oh well, still the, BEST GAME EVER!!!!!

by meghan macdonald, USA - Nov 29th 2009
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The Secrets of Da Vinci
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Tremendously absorbing.

Excellent puzzles and twists in the game allow for hours of enjoyment. This is the kind of game you think about when you are away from the computer, trying to solve that last challenge. Well done, Coladia.

by Jo Niggemeyer, Australia - Nov 28th 2009
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World War 2: Time of Wrath
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Disappointment

I dont know how could it happen in 2009 that a game with such a good idea come out with soo disappointing errors. I set the screen in 1920*1080 resolution, still i just have a smaller game area (like it would be 1024*768), and it keeps freezing when i select a unit and cant deselect it somehow. Very disappointing and it cost me 29 $. Feel like somebody robbed me. I just expected a Panzer General like game feeling with smooth running, instead i got a half ready prog with huge errors at the beginning. WANT MY MONEY BACK!!!

by Adam Papp, Ireland - Nov 24th 2009
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Ancient Hearts and Spades
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This is hearts and spades at it's best

This game will keep you going back, again and again and because the way it is set up it becomes a great teaching tool.
Excellent at all levels. Worth every penny!!!!

by writeruno, USA - Nov 24th 2009
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Secret of the Lost Cavern
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Eh, Not Really

Ok, but not worth the price. Too short.

by Mitch Kremer, USA - Nov 23rd 2009
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Machinarium
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clever, beautiful and unique

this game has stunning graphics, clever plot, not so easy puzzles, and the best of all, no longish text to read!

You can learn to play this game in an instant, the control is quite intuitive, and the game even provides you with a walkthrough at each spot when you are stuck.

This game leaves me wanting more from the creater, I hope they will keep release more games like this one.

by Debra Liang, Taiwan - Nov 22nd 2009
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Westward III: Gold Rush
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Finally! Westward for Mac!!!

I love all four Westward games and Westward III is my favorite. I have played it several times on my PC and today played the one-hour demo for Mac. The Mac version is beautiful, with all the same advantages as the PC version and no awkward right-click instructions, etc. Westward III is so fun and I can't recommend it too highly.

The Westward games are all a fun combination of building a western town with a whole bunch of different buildings and employing citizens at them to gather resources; fighting bandits; and following a fun story. I don't know what else to say. I love them and just wish this game had been released on Mac before I bought it for my PC.

by RJ, USA - Nov 20th 2009
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Campfire Legends - The Hookman
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Too short and buggy

While I liked the game. It had two serious flaws.

The first was that the game did not automatically save your progress and when my trial period ran out I lost close to an hour's gameplay. Unfortunately I only found this out after purchasing a license key. I also had the game crashed on me during play once again losing about a half-hour's progress.

The second is the overall length of the game. The game takes no more than two hours to complete and while not expensive I found it to be too short for the price.

The game did have some good logic puzzles and hidden objects were in multiple locations. While the gameplay was linear, hints could always be found and overall the game was fun to play.

Unfortunately given the instability and overall duration of the game I can only give it a fair review.

by David Allatt, Canada - Nov 16th 2009
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Machinarium
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Wonderful and beautiful

This is what a game should be - challenging, beautiful to look at, great music, delightful story and characters. Well worth the money and time.

by Jennie Morgan, USA - Nov 16th 2009
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Sally's Quick Clips
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Frantic and Fun

This game is amazing! It's a classic match-3 tile game, but plays off its own unique mechanics to give it a new feel. Fast-paced and entertaining... And such a good price!

by Peter Wallerich-Neils, USA - Nov 16th 2009
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Paradise Beach
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i LOVED it!

i bought the game + loved it! i played the whole thing ina week tho so eaither i have no life or the game is easy haha! some levels are tricky. its SUPER fun + addicting ! id say def worth 9.95$! make MORE! : )

by Holly Weiss, USA - Nov 14th 2009
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Machinarium
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for a rainy day

We played one rainy weekend this game together with my wife and eight year old son. Its breath taking graphics, cool ambient soundtrack and fun puzzles totally enchant us to the rusty world of Machinarium. Now that our little hero bravely solved the somewhat 30 hotspots and flew away with his robotgirlfriend, we miss them a lot. Machinarium is indie gaming at its best that I can warmly recommend - it crowns rainy weekend like Neil Gaimans comics.

by Jouni Kantola, Italy - Nov 11th 2009
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