All of us have their own sweet memories of some events or places that love to go back to. But when we grow up, we sometimes learn something unpleasant or disappointing about those things that seemed to be almost secred. Almost the same thing happens with the main character of Strange Discoveries: Aurora Peak Collector's Edition. Aurora Peak is a place that you remember from the time when you were a kid. It had been a wonderful mountain resort until some strange things began to happen here with animals and plants. Everything seems to be connected with the unusual crystals that are part of the georgraphical location. But as you learn more and more about the situation, you realize that the whole world id in danger.
Farm Mystery: The Happy Orchard Nightmare is a hidden object puzzle adventure game for a very limitted audience. It looks a bit outdated as you encounter all of the game's parts. Though there just might be someone whose requirements will be met in this game. As you could have guessed by now, the story rovolves around a farm. Strange things have been hapenning in the farm and in a town. The reasons are ot that clear and it is your job to find them out. That's the story of Farm Mystery: The Happy Orchard Nightmare in a nutshell.
Final Cut: Encore Collector's Edition is a sequel with a continuation of an intriguing story. The game seems to have it all - the graphics are gorgeous, the story is full of unexpected turns, and the puzzle are challenging enough to keep you entertained the whole time. Just like with most sequels, it doesn't really matter if you played the previous release or not. You get enough information in this one to have an idea of what's going on (or you can actually go back and find the first game because it's almost just as good as this one). This time you have more mysteries to uncover about your father. The story is actually interesting to follow to see the end.
Something constantly gets lost in the hidden object puzzle adventure genre. Souls is actually one of the most common things. Stray Souls: Stolen Memories Collector's Edition is a sequel where you to some unknown place to uncover some mysteries and rescue your child! As you probably expect things are quite complicated here. You play as a mother who is challenged to follow a ghost to a place that looks like a nightmare to rescue her daughter. And she takes the challenge, of course. A terrifying clown turns out to be one of the major characters in this place, and this whole journey is going to reveal something about your husband.
Fierce Tales: Marcus' Memory Collector's Edition is a mystery story of a seaside town. Looking at the images of water and dealing with the sea creatures is kind of cooling and refreshing if you find yourself in a place where summers are hot. You play as somebody who woke up on a beach. No, it wasn't a crazy party, it was ... wait, that's exactly what you need to solve. And as you try to do so, you come across a different part of this story that is supposedly tightly connected to your lost memory. You keep hearing about some sea people that terrify locals. Solving that mystery should help you get your memory back.
Witches' Legacy: Lair of the Witch Queen Collector's Edition is a sequel to a story of a girl that has gone through quite a tragedy. This release is a wonderful hidden object puzzle adventure game with everything to please the fans of the genre. If you played the first part of Lynn's sotry, that you star right from where we finished. If not, that's totally fine. All you need to know is that Lynn's whole family was murdered by an evil queen. All that was because of the special powers that Lynn possesses. But things are a bit different now that the powers are awakening and Lynn's mind is obsessed with revange.
Calavera: Day of the Dead Collector's Edition is a story of how one more time the day that is supposed to be surrounded by positive emotions and events, is now near to be ruined. It's becuase that's what we do in Hidden object puzzle adventure genre. But real life wedding are full of stress too, so... It is a story of a young couple that is ready to get married, but the only thing that a bride wants (and in case with weddings what she wants is a law) before they go any further is her family's blessing. She is from Mexico so they go that way and arrive just in time for the celebration of Day of the Dead. Sounds like fun, right? At least before you ealize how real it is and how much trouble you are in.
Love Story: The Way Home is another game from the Love Story series. The game is sweet and quiet and very pleasant, which is a change from the typical games of hidden object puzzle adventure games. Just before starting to this game, I was looking for a French dessert recipe on Saturday afternoon...this is the kind of a game that fit those things, you know? The story is very not dark at all, even though there are some bad things happening too and one of the main characters is an orphan trying to obtain her freedom and deal with the new circumstances. There's a little bit of love too (it has to match the title, right?). If you are a fan of stories like that and you have never played any games from the series, you might want to check them out too.