Meet one of the favourite hidden object game Mysteriez! WellGames.com always pleases us with colorful and amazing games of different genre. Mysteriez is realy an incredible Hidden Object game! There's no any complicated story and the world is not in danger. It's just you having fun trying to find all the numbers hidden among objects as quickly as you can. The game being so simple is actually quite challenging.
The much desired release of Absolutist has finally come out! Green Moon is calling for you to complete an amazing and fine mission and make the eternal dream of humanity come true. Green Moon was supposed to remind the players what a classic quest game tastes like, giving them the chance to exercise their brains. Saying without exaggeration, the developers really managed to make a go of it. If an original quest presupposes wandering around a decent number of locations trying to find or obtain a certain item, here you go!
Shades of Death: Royal Blood. The title of this game speaks for itself. Right from the start you understand that everything in the storyline of the game will comprise death, blood, murder and mysteries. If you like dismal games with lots of locations and hidden objectsy, if you are fond of ghosts, ancient castles and knights, there are no lingering doubts that you will get everything that you would expect from this one.
If the game has a story it makes it interesting even when the game follows one of the ordinary scenarios. The storyline has no twist but it is well developed. You get an unexpected telephone call with grievous news about your father's death. It is calling your sister named Violet. She asks you to come to their family castle and help her to put their father's business in order. Since now you assume a role of her sister and help her to uncover the secret of their father's
From the first minutes of this game you hear a very spooky music that alerts you and gets you into an anxious mood. These sounds create a chilling atmosphere all the game through. It becomes clear at once – something terrifying is going to happen here. Having started playing you are getting involved into all mysteries of this rather unpleasant story, which comprises terrible secrets, suspicions, crimes, disappearances and even a murder. With Stray Souls: Dollhouse Story Collector's Edition created by Alawar Friday's Games you will be taken to unknown, mysterious world, where everything is not so easy and understandable as it may seem.
You meet a happy couple - Samuel and Daniell Hunt in their house. One terrible night somebody knocks the door. When Samuel opens it he notices a box on the porch. And all of a sudden he disappears in a dark behind the closed door. And now your turn to act and help this desperate woman find and save her husband. Playing as a Daniell you travel to a small town where Daniell's beloved spouse grew up. During this frightening wayfaring you will be able to uncover his dark and secret past.
Behind the Reflection is a standard hidden object game, that was made by Alawar Entertainment. The story starts pretty intriguingly. One day a mother and her son enjoy walking the streets. Being tired they decide to stop for a while and have a break. Mom talks on her cell phone and a boy wanders away to look around. After approaching to the mirror he suddenly gets absorbed by it. The mother is in despair, but she starts her travel, full of danger, adventure and mystery, in order to find and rescue her son. There is nothing new as for the tasks. They are easy and thus you won't need much time for solving them.
The issue of werewolf is inexhaustible not only in literature and cinema, but also in games. The plot is quite standard: somewhere people are disappearing and then their dead disfigured bodies are found. Afterwards the rumors about a werewolf hunting the people spread. That's right the case of the new game by ERS Game Studios named Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of the Full Moon. Having played the other bestsellers of the game publisher such as Haunted Halls: Green Hills Sanitarium, Haunted Legends: The Queen of Spades, Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's Black Cat and some others, personally I treat the ERS' bunny depicted in the logo as a quality mark. And I have never been disappointed.
The name of the newly released game by Codeminion might scare away the players who are already sick and tired of the cursed houses and dilapidated buildings. Phantasmat starts with a car crash and as soon as you get to know that your heroine has stayed alive, you're advised to look for the help in an old hotel but under no circumstances stay there. By the way hardly anyone would stay in the the hotel called "Drowned Dead Hotel" in a real life. But has anyone ever followed such advices while playing? I bet that only those of you did so, who shut down the casual games after having played them for several minutes.
When it goes about the 7th game of the series it is already clear that the game is waited eagerly for. And sometimes it happens so that the waiting becomes even sweeter than the playing. As it is really hard to exceed all expectations and surpass all the previous 6 games. But whatever has helped – the magical number 7 or the devilish number 13 in the name of the game – Mystery Case Files: 13th Skull hasn't disappointed.
Being a detective is not at all the easy job. Even the cleverest Sherlock Holmes who could solve a puzzle with the help of deduction sitting in an arm-chair and smoking a pipe needed to go out from time to time and look for the evidences and catch the suspected ones. And if you're known for dealing with the mysteries and cases that al the other sleuths usually refuse from be ready to get to the places that are hard to find on the map, fix the mechanisms that haven't been used for thousands of years including the stopped-up toilets, feed some people you meet for the first time and don't really find pleasant and many other things that the normal people would rather avoid. But who has said that you're one of them and who has set the standards of normality?