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Rescue Team 8 Collector’s Edition
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Perfect time management game!

So glad I discovered this series. I loved playing the Viking Brothers series and Roads to Rome and was looking for other time management series tht we equally as good. Found it! I am certainly going to play the others as no. 8 was the first I played. Good graphics too and easy to learn.

by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Sep 21st 2019
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Age of Wonders III Collection
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TBS like no other

I like how the game facilitates combat so you can focus on what truly matters in a TBS.

by Laurentiu P., - Sep 21st 2019
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Viking Brothers 6: Collector’s Edition
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Viking Brothers 6: Collector's Edition

The brothers are back in town or rather in the tree. Number 6 of the series doesn't really offer anything, nevertheless, I enjoyed this game. And I really like their new squirrel friend

by Trudy296, Germany - Sep 21st 2019
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12 Labours of Hercules IX: A Hero's Moonwalk Collector's Edition
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12 Labours of Hercules IX: A Hero's Moonwalk Collector's Edition

12 labours is a really good game series, however, with this being the 9th instalment of the series and nothing new in it, there's a certain fatigue when playing it and I only find it ok. Furthermore, I"m not a fan of the new interactiuve guide. It is too much hand-holding for my taste. Other than that, the game play is smooth and I think that players who are new(er) to series might certainly enjoy it

by Trudy296, Germany - Sep 21st 2019
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Travel Mosaics 9: Mysterious Prague
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Really like these puzzle games

Just fun when you're stuck at home with nothing to read. Gets to be addictive when trying to get 3 stars on every level.

by rogerD, USA - Sep 20th 2019
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Stellaris: Ancient Relics Story Pack
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Story DLC, but adds mechanics

Another fun story DLC from Paradox, but this one adds extra mechanics and a few new things to the actual game. Not just a story DLC. Get it on sale and if you love Stellaris its a no brainer

by Dubbs09, USA - Sep 19th 2019
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Stellaris: Apocalypse
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Big Guns are Best Guns.

Events, mechanics, and a new level of fun. Apocalypse provides a heavy amount of endgame content to Stellaris that is loved and welcomed.

by William E.7, Australia - Sep 18th 2019
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Stellaris: Leviathans Story Pack
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Leviathans

Seamless integration with Stellaris, Leviathans only makes the universe feel more alive. The level of interactivity could be expanded on however. Overall, a good installment.

by William E.7, Australia - Sep 18th 2019
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Stellaris: Humanoids Species Pack
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Humans?

The humanoid pack is purely cosmetic to Stellaris, but the cosmetics are great. However a little touch of story elements, especially for humans would be nice.

by William E.7, Australia - Sep 18th 2019
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Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn Story Pack
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Robots are great

While robots may be great and interesting to play as or against, the mechanics introduced into the game with robot empires and uprisings still cause major trouble as the devs still can't figure out how to balance them.

by William E.7, Australia - Sep 18th 2019
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Stellaris: Utopia
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Amazing

Utopia is a REQUIREMENT for a game of Stellaris for almost all players. To play the game without it is a hate crime as it fits in so effortlessly and provides so many new gameplay mechanics that are still updated along with the base game at every major update.

by William E.7, Australia - Sep 18th 2019
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Cities: Skylines After Dark
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New elements

While providing Cities: Skylines with a fresh coat of paint, the After Dark DLC affects most players games in the most limited capacity that I can't even tell if its turned on or not...

by William E.7, Australia - Sep 18th 2019
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Cities: Skylines
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Complicated but simple

Cities: Skylines is what every city building game has set out to be. Simple and easy to grasp, but with a level of detail from micromanagement to tree placing that makes it so perfectly elegant. Where it is let down however, is the simple things, primarily FPS. Even on low settings this game can begin to chug just from the beginning; this isn't something to be run on your old laptop. Overall it still takes its place as the best city building game of the decade.

by William E.7, Australia - Sep 18th 2019
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1912 Titanic Mystery
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Pretty good

Enjoyed playing...my first Mac downloaded game; good graphics!

by Nancy Z., USA - Sep 16th 2019
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Bonfire Stories: Heartless Collector's Edition
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Bonfire Stories, Heartless Collector's Edition

I just bought this. I wish I didn't. There's way too much cinema and dialogue. I found the puzzles confusing and annoying. That's just my opinion; others might like it.

by deaun Welch, USA - Sep 15th 2019
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Weather Lord: Royal Holidays
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Crashes, crashes, crashes

If you like the Weather Lord series, it's a nice addition. I do like the Weather Lord games so I'm a bit sad to give it 1 star because the game crashes every couple of levels and after level 40 and the bonus levels even as much as after every level when clicking on "continue". It becomes unplayable like that and I gave up after a couple of the bonus levels. Won't play that one again, waste of money.
I'm on a 27" Mac, Sierra (10.12.6), 4 GHz Intel Core i7, 32 GB RAM and an AMD Radeon R9 M395X.

by Miss F., Switzerland - Sep 15th 2019
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Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun
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Great game

Commandos remastered Japanese edition.
some cons : One action in shadow mode, In some stages, some characters are not used.
But except that, everything is great.

by Jacobs J., Korea, Republic of - Sep 14th 2019
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Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor
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Great DLC

Adds plenty of new content for Balkan nations, a must have to ensure more play-ability and variance into the game.

by marek1234, USA - Sep 8th 2019
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Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger
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A playable Asia

This DLC adds a few more focus trees and features in the asian theater including Japan and China. It makes games in asia so many times better then just having Japan win every time and allows you to have a fun playing as other countries such as the warlords and china.

by marek1234, USA - Sep 8th 2019
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Hearts of Iron IV: Death or Dishonor
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Fascist France destroyed Netherlands in 1 day and took all their guns

The mechanics of war are much better. Probably should be in the base game, but it was on sale so I'm happy.

by Model 8., - Sep 8th 2019
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