Masters of Mystery - Crime of Fashion is a good hidden object game with smart characters and interesting sory from Big Blue Bubble. You are to solve a murder of a fashion designer in New York. You play as a detective Chase and start your job right away. As to the gameplay, you spend most of the time searching through the cluttered locations. Plus you also get themed and nice mini-games. And all of that wrapped into attractive graphics and good sounds and music.
Whenever another mahjong comes out not only much sophisticated users wonder what else could have been invented within the rules of this ancient oriental game. Still the new I-Play's release proves that the possibilities of the genre is as inexhaustible and infinite as the depths and riches of Eastern culture.
Q`West and the Sign of the Stars is a new puzzle game developed by
Brand X Games and published by Big Fish Games. The games takes you on a
journey lead by stars to find out what the future has in store for you.
You play as a young woman with two children. Her name is Mae and her husband is considered to be dead long ago.
gaming part takes place most of the time in the hidden object levels.
You have a list of items to find on the scene. You get money for each
item, some items are of higher importance and give you more money.
big part of the levels are of find the difference kind.
Pirate theme has always been popular and
successful, I guess that is why developers of the next installment of
Lost Secrets series decided to adhere to it in this title. As you might
understand from the name, you will be offered to travel to the
Caribbean, where all the famous pirates used to live and act.
Traditional hidden object game play spiced with a variety of mini-games
guarantee your fair portion of pleasure!
If you feel too much pressure in the timed mode and prefer to take your
time, the Relaxed mode is at your disposal. Are you ready to discover
the Lost Secrets of the Caribbean?
Lost Secrets: Bermuda Triangle is a new game developed by Gunnar Games and published by GameMill Entertainment. The game features the things that make a good hidden-object game: a story that makes you want to know the end of it, beautiful graphics and challenging tasks to accomplish. As to the story of the game, Rachel Broadview finds her great grandmother's name in a book about the ships lost in the Beruda Triangle.
Lost in The City is a thrilling quest game with a completely engaging story, addictive game play and high quality graphics. Though some of the features might be annoying, on the whole the game is definitely worth trying. It is called "The gloomiest story of love and hate", and I'm rather prone to agree. But I'll let you discover the whole story by yourself and talk about the game play instead.
For each chapter you'll have a number of tasks to complete. Some of
them are presented in a strict sequence and some can be fulfilled in
any order. There are also some mini-games, mostly jigsaw puzzles, to make the game play a bit more diverse.
Puzzle fans, here is a wonderful treat for you! In Lost Fortunes you'll have a chance to play all kinds of mind-bending puzzles and get to know the story of your character with the help of mysterious spirits. You wake up in a strange worn-out circus without any reminiscences of who you are and where you came from at all. What would you do in such situation? Luckily, you meet an old fortune-teller who promises to help you restore your memory with the help of her crystal ball and special fortune-telling cards. The game consists of seven stages each corresponding to one of the trapped spirits. In each stage you'll be given a selection of seven puzzles to solve. The graphics of Lost Fortunes are distinguished with their unique retro style that gives the whole game a great atmosphere and a recognizeable appearance. But you have to see it for yourself, so don't hesitate to find your very own Lost Fortunes!
Letters from Nowhere is the best prove to the well-known truth that the old ox plows a straight furrow. The game is a classic hidden object with rare puzzles involved. There are no character interactions or much of mini-games. And this doesn’t at all affect the general impression of the game that is mainly created by wonderful graphics and perfectly matching music. In our high-tech time of e-mails and skype we hardly can recall the last time we’ve received the letters. And personally I don’t know the person who doesn’t like the messages brought in a paper form. Don’t you agree that receiving a letter became a magical event? Especially when it goes about the letters from… nowhere.