Suburban Mysteries - The Labyrinth of the Past is another hidden object puzzle adventure game full of misteries and time travelling and dangers. You are to save your brother's life. The story of the game begins with introducing you to Sarah, who arrives to her aunt's house and finds a letter that makes it clear for her that her brother's life is in danger and she is the one to rescue him. To do this she needs to go back through her life. The game's audio visual presentation is pretty decent. The graphics are crisp and very detailed. They create the creepy atmosphere that the story requires. The story is well thought-through.
Shop-n-Spree: Shopping Paradise is a game that will attract two groups of people: those who love time-management casual games and those who love shopping. If you belong to both of the groups, you enjoy it twice as much. Just like most of business-themed games tell you a story of how a place came to face some of the hardest times, Shop-n-Spree: Shopping Paradise does the same thing. This time the events are hapenning on an island. This is your home and you are willing to help it as much as you can. You idea is to build these international shopping malls to attract people and their money to the island.
It always a bummer when you find yourself in trouble when it is not your fault. But that's the way life is in reality and in the world on the casual games. Witch Hunters: Stolen Beautyputs you on a real witch hunt in attempt to get your beauty and youth back. The game begins with you listening to your grangma's story from the past. She wanted to tell you about a school prinsipal who was a witch. That was a reason she quit that school but this time around there is no escape. Once she pronounces the name of the principal, she appears and takes away the youth and the beauty of Angelica's, her grand daughter. That's how the witch hunt begins for you. You need to find the witch and get back what is yours.
Gothic Fiction: Dark Saga Collecor's Edition is a newly released puzzle adventure game. The game is full of everything you may think of when you think of a great game of this genre. Well, maybe the fans of pure hidden object levels will be an exception due to the absense of those levels. The fans of adventures will be pleased to the fullest though. The game begins as you meet a mother and a daughter who are just about to explore a new school in the rural England in a town they just moved to. And as you would expect from a game of this genre when you see a child in the story, the girl gets in trouble. And the problem is of a mystical supernatural nature as you would expect, too. An evil witch is working hard to complete her terrible plan by kidnapping children. Hannah's soul is the last one needed for this enterprise of the witch.
Pirates of New Horizons: Planet Buster is one of those games that have to find their own audience that most probably is going to be few in number. The game might be best for children. But you never know what somebody may like. Maybe there is somebody in the adult audience who is going to like it too. In this match-three kind of game you are to travel to different planets and get as much treasure as possible.
If there are still those who preffer searching for hidden objects over anthing else, they might enjoy Little Things Forever. The game is a sequel to Little Things. The game is purely hidden object. And when I say purely, I mean it. There isn't much else to it. There are specific elements that usually come along with the games that have hidden object searches. But you are not going to have a compelling story of somebody missing or of some lost souls that need your help or of something else that would be a basis for lots and lots of adventure. No inventory to collect and no mind-bending puzzles to solve.
All of us are pro-happiness and prosperity, but we are not always able to actually control the circumstances to help others or even ourselves to get there. I'm convienced that is one of the reasons all sorts of games exist. Casual games are probably the easiest way to achieve those goals...in the unreal world only though. Snow Globe: Farm World is a time-management game that tells you a story of a couple deeply in love. They anticipate the bright future together as they move into his father's house, but something unexpected happens (as always). They find a snow globe in the attic and that thing separates them.
This recently released hidden object puzzle adventure game tells us a story of a character from Russian fairy tales. the game doesn't offer much of the innovation to the genre. It is one of those average hidden object games that are okay to play. Kashchey the Immortal is an evil man, or rather more than a man as he posseses some supernatural powers. He kidnaps the most beautiful woman in the whole Russia. The woman has three sons who start the search for her. You play as the youngest son. The audio-visual presentation of the game is not too bad. Some of the graphics look very well drawn, the music though becomes annoyingly repetitive after a while.