What do you think of when you hear the name of Robin Hood? Is it an old English story telling about a guy in an emerald green body stocking with a bow fighting for the rights of destitute people of England? That's not the case in the newly released game Robin's Quest: A Legend is Born. Here Robin is a... girl that is looking for her husband. She helps the needy ones, uses her bow and wears the emerald green body stocking. And I must admit that such clothes really fits her. So the general story is well-known, but the interpretation really impresses with the originality. Those of you who like arrows, green colour and Celtic music will definitely like the game just from the introduction part.
When it goes about sequels it is always a question of improving and overshadowing: will the second part be better than the previous or not? Drawn: Dark Flight is a continuation of a well known Drawn: The Painted Tower by Big Fish Game Studios. And though for me it is hard to judge whether the second game outbids its forerunner as I didn't play Drawn: The Painted Tower I can clearly see the worthiness of Drawn: Dark Flight.
First of all the storyline of the first part is told at the beginning of the second part. So the player who hasn't experienced the previous game will not feel confused. And what is more after having heard all the story from the beginning I somehow felt that I should try Drawn: The Painted Tower as well. As for the fans of the first game they've got an opportunity to play a new variant of adored game but with a new mission and puzzles.
Nowadays it's very difficult to find a really deserving attention game among the wide row of ordinary games. Nightfall Mysteries: Asylum Conspiracy is a great game with many features, that won't leave all fans of mystery, adventure and puzzles indifferent!Storyline is very interesting and intriguing, so you will be kept in tension till the end of the game. After getting the last letter from her grandfather, Christine – the young girl – goes to the place nobody wants to go to find him – the only one person who has left from her family. That place is the island where something terrible happened... Investigating the territory and finding interesting characters, you will have to uncover the secrets of this enigmatic island! Will you be able to help Christine?
Lost in the City: Post Scriptum is a sequel to the Lost in the City game from Big Fish Games. Those who played the first game are brought back some nice though creepy memories of the experience wondering if the second game stands up to that level. For a short answer to that question - yes, it definitely does, for a longer answer you can keep reading. Lots of interaction will take place in the game. And the mini-games that you are going to play every little while are quite challenging and definitely not so standard to be very easy.
Oh, it is just somehow so comforting and joy-bringing when you suddenly get another portion of something really good you had in the past. These are the first thought and feelings I came up with when I saw the sequel of the Puppet Show game. Puppet Show: Souls of the Innocent is another great game full of creepy and dark puppets and events.Ok, this time weird things are going on in a small town. The locals just fall into a deep sleep, and there are these spider puppets all around. Think there is a connection between those two things? The answer is definitely yes. The evil Felicia, who got out of your hands in Joyville, is up to something really bad stealing these people's souls.
Many games of the hidden object genre deal with mysteries and unnatural
stuff. But few actually render the creepy atmosphere. Midnight
Mysteries: Salem Witch Trials from Mumber Jumbo is one of
those few. The game is a sequel of the Midnight
Mysteries: The Edgar Allen Poe Conspiracy.
You will have to travel back in time again
to investigate a mysterious death.
The person whose death you are to investigate is another famous author
who died under weird circumstances. Nathaniel
Hawthorne's ghost can't find rest without finding out the truth about
his death in that strange snow storm.
Reflexive Entertainment has presented us a new time-management
game - Build in Time
- to kill your time and...mouse. You'll be so addicted that killing
several hours is inevitable. And the game takes so much clicking that
your mouse will be shocked but it'll survive. You are to build custom
houses as fast as you can travelling through time. There is a requested
amount of money you are to earn to get to the next level. It gets more
and more challenging to reach it as you progress. The game is great in
There are people who believe that those who lived way back to Adam were
actually much smarter than us today. Even though they didn't have
laptops and iPods. This would be a great argument to explain why
Romancing the Seven
Wonders: Great Pyramids is so challenging, if you just take into account
the era of the game story.
In this game from Gameshastra you are to save your sister, Brianna
Hastings, who has been trapped in an ancient tomb. This whole situation
goes way back to the times of the Old Kingdom, King
Amenhotep IV, Queen Nefertiti and other fellows you are to deal with.