Today we present a new game in the marble popper genre with a totally new game mechanics which together with the gorgeous visuals and relaxing sounds as well as helpful power-ups makes Dragon Portals one of the best titles in the genre. You have five dragons, that is lines of colorful orbs. Your task is to
remove them by dropping similarly colored orbs from the top lines to
the bottom ones so that three or more of the same kind were matched. Of course, things won't be that easy all the time. But it's up to you to discover all the features of the new addictive matching game!
The second part of Yard Sale Hidden Treasures game is out - and up to
the highest expectations of the series fans! The same cute graphics,
addictive game play, quirky characters and exciting mini-games - and
all new fun! The game play is basically the same as in the first part. First you
choose whether you prefer to compete in the Career Mode or just to take
a Lucky Junstion Tour, and select the level of difficulty (Relaxed or
And, of course, the story won't do without a mysterious person wishing to destroy the yard sales in their concept. So, are you ready to check Yard Sale Hidden Treasures: Lucky Junction?
Pocahontas: Princess of the Powhatan is one of the latest releases in the hidden object genre developed and published by Twintale Entertainment. We all know or at least have heard the story of Pocahontas. In this
game we'll recap it and even participate in it by playing in all of the
locations. Following the story you are going to join Pocahontas in her journey from
her motherland to London as well as witness her love story with Captain John Smith. All this travelling will get you into all kinds of locations where you are to play hidden object levels. Those are rather difficult by the way. The hidden items are not that easy to distinguish.
Mumbo Jumbo, the creators of the first game about Samantha Swift, the
bold adventurer and tomb raider, have released the second installment
of the series - Samantha Swift and The Golden Touch. This new release
preserves all the great features of the first one, but is
significantly longer, which, of course, will guarantee you much more
fun. As in the first game, the visuals and
sounds are really likeabe and add much charm to Samantha Swift and The
Golden Touch. So, are you up to the new adventures?
Not often the hidden object games developers offer true story-based games to play. Real Crimes Unicorn Killer is one of those though. You are to track down the murderer playing as a couple of detectives. Developed and published by AWE Games, the game offers you a wide range of scenes to visit and puzzles to solve. Help rookie FBI Agent Jennifer Lourdes, and veteran detective Alan Michaels catch the infamous Unicorn Killer!
The fans of hidden object genre should pay atention to this new title
featuring traditional game play, diverse and creative mini-games and
quite a high level of challenge, combined with unique and appealing
Alex, a former police officer, is absolutely tired of investigating only some trifle cases in his Affair Bureau. So when a mysterious woman comes to him leaving
her business card on his desk, he decides to find out who she is and
what she wants. There are also some twists in the game play, like the Crime Computer
where you'll look for info on suspects and learn some new facts.
If you are looking for relaxation, Alchemist's Apprentice is the perfect choice for you. This game will take you to a beautiful magical land where you'll match tokens and restore your province while enjoying the addictive yet not extremely challenging game play. If you are a student of the High School of Magical Arts, all your
thoughts are about exams and spells. Until your owl-pet brings you a
mysterious scroll - it's the sign of adventures, isn't it? The main attraction point of Alchemist's Apprentice are the graphics.
Bright, colorful and vivid, they make your game experience with the
Detective Agency is a new hidden object release from Far Mills Game Studios and GFI. In Detective Agency,James is a private eye whose "daily proceedings revision" is interrupted by a call from his pal Bill at the "Editorial" who gives him a lead on a theft that's just been committed. He decides to "turn to this case." The story itself is a maddening series of visits to various buildings where no one will help you until you perform a mundane task for them first, like fixing a radio, turning on the lights, or – the most absurd – putting a man's pearl necklace back together. In between levels you'll play a variety of mini-games, all of which are enjoyable though standard variations on familiar themes.