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For some reason sequels are always wear the risk of being worse than their prodecessors. Some fail the test, whie others pass it with excellence. Golden Trails 2: The Lost Legacy is one of the lucky ones that only become better with every release. This time around you are going to deal with pirates. Here's the deal. Captain Morgan throws your grandfather in jail claiming that he is the famous Pirate Kidd. There is a condition on which your grandfather can be free. You have to track down the logbook from his ship. This book gives access to more than the freedom to your grandfather. It also shows the way to the location of the secret treasure. That journey will take you to Europe, America and many other places.
Another hidden object game from Floodlight Games is available for the genre fans now. Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds has a few really nice touches. The game is polished in its story and graphics and the challenges for the players. You follow two detectives, newly assigned to the SED, as they investigate the death of young Carmody Phelps. Nobody in her life, it seems, is above suspicion; her parents, her ex-boyfriend, even her best friend from school all seem to be hiding something.
One of the most important decisions we make in our lives is who you will marry. If you choose the right person, your life will be lived much more piecefully and in abundance of blessings. The wrong person brings in all kinds of miseries and sometimes even death. This is the situation in Gravely Silent: House of Deadlock. The game begins by introducing you to the story. You play as a young woman, who just saw a nightmare, where your sister was in danger. The next thing that happens to you is you get a call from your sister's husband. He is calling you to deliver bed news. Your sister is dead, and you are not even invited to the funeral because she wanted to have "personal funeral". But you decide to go and find out what actually happened to your sister.
Most of the time the games from the hidden object/adventure genre tend to be full of mysterious events and creepy scenes. Tearstone is like a harmless version of that. You do meet different characters, some of which are dangerous, and you are involved in some kind of mysticism, but it is not scarry at all. So you get to play a friend of a professor. The professor is up to something, some great discovery that he found in the tearstone. You are going to join him in this journey. The story is fun. It might be a bit disappointing for those looking for some murder and FBI investigation. It will definitelly fit for kids because it reminds some fairytale.
Love Chronicles: The Sword and the Rose is one of the latest releases on BigFish.com. The game is for the fans of the interactive adventure, where you go around the places and collect things, then use them, then solve a little bit of puzzles, then go back to the places you left. The game starts off as a horror game with a totally creepy voice-over and animated introduction. Then you meet the prince who rescued one kingdom from the evil to come across some more in a different place. You travel by ship that gets damaged as you try to get closer to an island under a curse. So you go deeper into the island and find out that a witch cast a spell on it and you are the only one to rescue all the nature and people.
Finding yourself in a magic world with this matching game you are totally captivated by all of the bright colors and stunning animation. It is as gorgeous as it has never been before among this genre. This game is pleasing to play as well as to the eye. Those shiny objects, dazzling jewels that are all over the quest feast for the eye's. At last we meet a pristine gameplay, lovely ambience, awesome graphics and full of kindness story to adore the matching games, particularly Jewell Match 3. The story starts with introducing you a girl named Luna. Many moons ago she left her home in Nevernear to attend the Magical University of Horticulture in the land of Varanna. One day she stops receiving letter from her family. Fearing the worst Luna takes her long journey back home.
Today is the day when a new game in the PuppetShow series is released. PuppetShow: Lost Town is the new sequel. The game is full of everything that you would expect from it having played the previous releases. One of the brightest features, of course, is how the toys are made to be the horrifying part of the game. Everyone who played at least one of the series games or at least read the title of it knows that toys and dolls and clowns are the ones who actually run the whole game. This one is no exception. The game starts with a story of a festival that takes place in a town where new caves have been discovered. As you follow a lady with her daughter into one of the caves, you become a witness of kidnapping. Some mechanic puppet, that looks a lot like a robot by the way, jumped out of the shadow, grabbed the girl and ran away.
The game's title follows April's Fool day, but everything's pretty serious here. And those who might have been taken as fools can surprise you. The game is a nice place for the fans of searching and interacting with items. The game takes you in a classic fairy tale scenario, when the kingdom is threatened by a dragon and the king is willing to give her daughter to the one who will kill the dragon and bring its tooth. Many brave knights died pursuing that goal, but then came this young boy full of enthusiasm and courage. He's got literally nothing to set forth for the dragon. So this is where you start - you get him all the necessary outfiit.