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Alicia Quatermain 4: Da Vinci and the Time Machine Collector's Edition
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Alicia Quatermain 4: Da Vinci and the Time Machine Collector's Edition

Well, the game's surely enjoyable with some nice new features, but the resolution issue is extremely annoying and takes away a lot of the fun: the game field is normal sized, however, dialog boxes and resource information is tiny and extremely hard to read. And I don't need glasses. So you lose precious seconds trying to decipher objectives (some only appear once you have solved other objectives). I hope they fix that issue soon, high resolution screens won't go away. Other than that, it is a nice addition to the series and I look forward to more installments.

by Trudy296, Germany - Aug 19th 2019
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Desperados: Wanted Dead or Alive
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Takes a LOT of Patience

This is old school difficulty real time strategy. The scenario, the atmsophere is excellent and the gameplay is entertaining but this game is not forgiving. You mess up once you're looking at a LONG replay of an extended stealth sequence. 'Gitting Gud' takes way more time than I'm willing to spend on this game. Maybe it's my oldsterness but I just don't oftentimes have the sheer amount of constant situational awareness, or the technical know-how to cheese the system here. Still, worthwhile if you can invest the time or you enjoy lots of slow speed strategy.

by Daniel Steven Oles, USA - Aug 18th 2019
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Fright Collector's Edition
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Great Casual Adventure Game

Excellent horror atmosphere. The puzzles are familiar if you've played any hidden object style graphic games, but it has a great spooky sensability to the artwork, music, and storyline.
The only real problem is this series concludes on a hard cliffhanger, and it's still not clear if they'll release a sequel.

by Daniel Steven Oles, USA - Aug 18th 2019
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Rescue Team 9: Evil Genius Collector’s Edition
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Rescue Team 9 - Evil Genius

One of my favorite time management series is back. It's better than the last one which had a few glitches and was much slower paced. The only thing that I did not like about this new one is that they introduced the new feature, which I really liked, quite early in the game. This gave the whole game a bit of a repetitiveness rather than a gradual buildup of new things and difficulty. Overall, though it's a great game and I enjoyed playing it and will surely do so again

by Trudy296, Germany - Aug 18th 2019
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Detective Riddles - Sherlock's Heritage 2
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Detective Riddles - Sherlock's Heritage 2

This is another great Griddlers game for people who don't mind taking their time, considering alternatives and making deliberate decisions. This is a thinking game, not an action game, but it is challenging and rewarding without making the player tense up. It is relaxing, but challenging.

by Becky Berlin, USA - Aug 18th 2019
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Rescue Team 9: Evil Genius Collector’s Edition
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The same characters but with an evil villain

I love this Time management game and enjoy playing them all. They each have a few Quirks like the floating mouse control and the last version that I just could not complete because of it crashing. But his latest version has an evil villain to add to the mix. Loved some of the new features and I will have to wait for the Standard verion because of the cost. Still Top marks for this game.

by Patrica Liebe, Australia - Aug 16th 2019
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Cities: Skylines
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Great game

Grate game with lots of stuff to make a nice city

by Mohamed B.1, France - Aug 15th 2019
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Stellaris: Ancient Relics Story Pack
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Very good purchase and great price!

One of the better story packs for Stellaris. Has me playing for hours on end!

by Alen K., Slovenia - Aug 13th 2019
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Tales of Terror: The Fog of Madness
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Weird end

Good puzzles, odd story but very strange ending. Not as impressed as I hoped.

by rosemary jean dyer, United Kingdom - Aug 12th 2019
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Amaranthine Voyage: The Living Mountain
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Great fun

Another good game from this title. Good games, good graphics

by rosemary jean dyer, United Kingdom - Aug 12th 2019
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PuppetShow: Faith in the Future
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I tried

Persisted to the end but lost the plot halfway through. Too convoluted. Just buy in the sales as I did and play for the puzzles...

by rosemary jean dyer, United Kingdom - Aug 12th 2019
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Stellaris
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Stellaris, best 4X game out there!

Paradox has done it again, they have created the best 4X games you can find! Highly recommended.

by Alen K., Slovenia - Aug 11th 2019
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Stellaris
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Longtime gamer. This is the best.

This game is the greatest and I'm so glad I bumped into it. Bought the console version, but there are no mods and only some of the DLCs. I was thrilled to find it on sale here. I play almost exlusively RPGs and I've been obsessed with this game for months now.

by Leah K.1, USA - Aug 7th 2019
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The Sims 2 Super Collection
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Sims

I bought this game years ago. Lost trac of it and found it again...I love it.

by Lindy L., USA - Aug 6th 2019
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Europa Universalis IV
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No tutorial

There is no tutorial. The game is complex. A help guide would have been nice.

by xenoview, USA - Aug 5th 2019
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The Great Empire: Relic of Egypt
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Awesome TM Game

I loved the game. Kinda surprised another reviewer experienced glitches. It was smooth sailing for me all the way!

by CSwid, USA - Aug 5th 2019
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This War of Mine: Stories - Father's Promise
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A little different than the base game

Unlike the base game, a lot of elements, such as the planning of ressources aspect, are not that present, or important in this DLC. Rather, picking up lots of information from NPCs becomes very relevant and the DLC is very story-driven. This makes the DLC feel less generic than parts of the base game, but replay value isn't there compared to the base game. Highly recommended though, unless you're not interested in story.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Green Cities
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Maybe the most essential DLC of all

First of all, it is still not perfect. The lack of eco-friendly businesses and industries still stands almost two years after release and various DLC released afterwards. But, a lot of buildings have been revamped and made more eco-friendly, solving a lot of pollution in the game. Overall it really can impact the livelihoods of citizens, as well as expenditure in the game, pollution may go down quite a bit, especially when combined with later DLC. Worth it.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Industries
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Needs lots of space

It's a very expansive new DLC, introducing new types of industries, as well as much more control on how they prosper, but of course there's more work involved than previously. As stated in the title, all of the industries are in need of ample spatial resources, so some planning ahead is required in order to be able to place some of the ridiculously huge buildings. That aside, levelling up a business to maximum profitability is quite fun.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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Cities: Skylines - Parklife
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Very specific

So, this expansion brings parks and lots of options with it. While some of us may very well enjoy plucking and grooming at their virtual parks for hours for it to look meticulous, some really don't bother too much. It adds a lot of assets and options and may be profitable for the tourism sector, but I wouldn't call this an essential DLC.

by Thalla, Germany - Aug 5th 2019
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