Department 42: The Mystery of the Nine is one of the latest hidden object games releases. Exclusively from Big Fish Games this game features everything a good one is suppoed to. You are to search the mansion through to find the mysterious evil artifacts. In Department 42: The Mystery of the Nine, you're an agent for a secret organization committed to investigating the paranormal. Nine evil artifacts were locked up in a mansion but after a fire in that place and now they are missing. Your task is to find those items. Mysterious and malevolent things are now happening throughout the continent, so it's up to you to solve these nine stories to save the world from harm. Most of the game are hidden object levels where you are to search for the items listed at the bottom of the screen. Most of them are not related to the scenes you are in but some go to your inventory to be used later in the game.
The theme of robots turning against the humans who actually created them is not new and it has been worked on pretty successfully in a number of movies. Depths of Betrayal is a game version of the same story line, but of course with much more details that make the story different. You are playing against a robot that turned its back on the whole town for an unknown reason. The whole town is in danger of destruction. Your job is to stop that mechanical villain and aso to find out what exactly had caused such an anger.
Detective Quest: The Crystal Slipper is a hidden object puzzle adventure game based on an old well known fairy tale. The game is a highly polished release with everything in place. You play as a detective who was challenged to find a woman. Everything sounds pretty familiar and typical just like another detective story, right? The only thing is that all you have to find this woman is a cristal slipper. And the man that is searching is a prince from a faraway land.
Do you dream when you sleep? Have you
ever thought to go to the shrink because of the dreams you have? The
sequel of Dominic Crane's Dreamscape Mystery called Dominic Crane 2:
Dark Mystery Revealed starts once again on the sofa of a
psychoanalyst. But now Dominic is worried not about recurring night
visions of the places he's never been to (perhaps he's got used to
that) but he cares about his sister that talks to him in his dreams.
One may say that due to Sigmund Freud or whoever else of that list this might
be the result of latent attraction if not only one thing...
The trick of the gameplot is that Crane's sister has been missing since
she was a child. And now she comes to her brother's dreams as adult
asking for some help.
Just in case you were looking for something to give to your kids to play, you should know that Dracula: Love Kills isn't what you are looking for. If the title didn't tell you that, then the very first image you see in the game will. You play Dracula in this game. You set to fight for your right to rule in the world of the vampires, which is also our world. You have an ugly helper named Igor (he reminds looks a lot like Quazimodo) and a beloved (and she looks like Kira Knightley). You also have a magic book that you are going to use to achieve your goal. And all of that is just abundant with sorcery and some form of satanism as for me.
It's such a pleasure to get a game of this caliber brought out by the "Kings" of gaming, and here it is - Drawn: The Painted Tower - the newest adventure from Big Fish Games Studios, a game with whimsical story line with enough challenge to keep you interested and not so easy as to bore you! It reminds MCF or Dream Chronicles series or even the more recent Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse, but still it's something unique making you enjoy every hour of it!
Dream Chronicles is an epic puzzle. The visuals and music of this game are state-of-art. And the puzzles you are to solve are of state-of-art difficulty. In the magic world of Dream Chronicles you're to accept the role of mortal Faye who has a noble mission of fighting with dark spells and reuniting her family. You're solving puzzles in many locations of your own house, by picking up mysterious objects and applying them correctly.
Dream Chronicles 2: The Eternal Maze - a sequel of a great adventure game that amazed many puzzle and adventure games fans. In this game, you meet already familiar characters and to be honest the story hasn't changed a lot. You keep helping Faye find her husband and daughter. The gameplay would be familiar for those who played the first part - you are to find the items you on the scene, to collect gems, to enjoy the marvellous graphics and absorbing music.