The first game released by Big Fish as a game title exclusive to its members, Ye Olde Sandwich Shoppe
takes you through the journey of the sandwich, from creation to
success. Play as Elise, the sandwich inventor's niece, and learn how to
make the perfect sandwich as you cater to your customers and learn how
to spread and market the sandwich in this exclusive new time management
title brought to you by Mean Hamster Software. Our story begins with the creation of the very first sandwich in
England: Elise, the sandwich inventor's enthusiastic niece, asks for
her uncle's permission to try and sell the sandwich.
Today we would like to present a game that offers nothing special in terms of game play,
graphics or any other features, but creates a good overall impression and makes a nice
choice if you want something easy yet challenging in the time-management genre. At the beginning all you can
serve is red ice-cream and yellow soda, but as you earn money you have a possibility to
purchase upgrades, like French fries, burgers, cocktails or additional soda and ice-cream flavors. The non-inventive but still engaging game play together with the merry sounds and funny
customer comments and nice colorful graphics make Tikibar a reasonably good game if you are
a fan of the genre.
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?
Antique Shop is one of the latest releases to the
time-management genre. In this game you are to sell antique things to
get the money needed for an archaeological expedition to Greece. There are all kinds of upgrades and inventory to buy, but we'll see if it makes the game so good after all. You have a map for an unexplored archeological site and need money to
set up an expedition so you trade on your knowledge of history and open
up an antique shop. To make decent money you need to be able to serve customers swiftly.
The Hardy Boys: The Perfect Crime is one of the latest realeses into the hidden object genre. The game being developed by Trine Games and published by JoWood does have its pros and cons. The Hardy Boys – Nancy Drew's teen boy detective counterparts from the
books and TV series – are on summer break from school when they
encounter crimes happening around Baytown. The game breaks the story into chapters beginning with a missing motorcycle that must be found.
comes with timed and untimed modes. Most of the game consists of finding hidden objects with some becoming
a key piece of evidence.
Welcome to Supermarket Management, a game in time-management genre that, though presenting nothing special in the terms of theme (running a supermarket, yeah) or game play (good old time-management) still stands out of all the other title of the kind by its really funny and beautiful graphics and diversity of tasks to fulfill.
You start playing from some very simple tasks like filling the counters with goods, giving
carts to customers at the entrance, collecting payment at the cash-desk and leading
customers to the products they need if they got lost.
Yahoo! The next installment of the extremely popular Wedding Dash series from PlayFirst and Sarbakan is out - with all new features, a great mini-game and even more fun! You will meet Quinn and Flo and lots of happy couples hoping for a perfect wedding. Of course, the Cupid is hanging around all the time! One of the greatest funs of Wedding Dash 3 are the animations. The characters are really cute and watching them eating, dancing or even waiting is really amusing. Just don't forget to play while you watch!
Pahelika: Secret Legends developed and published by Ironcode is
a puzzle game you are most surely going to enjoy. The game gets you
into some magical travelling locations where you will face all kinds of
puzzles to solve. You begin Pahelika by discovering an unusual book
that, in Myst-like fashion, transports you to a variety of magical
lands. The object of each journey is simply to make it to the portal
that will transport you home, but naturally you'll have to do a little
legwork first. If you're a fan of adventure games, but not of their tendency to be punishingly difficult, definitely give Pahelika a try.