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This dark and mysterious game is one of the latest releases in hidden object/dventure genre. You are going to be taken all the way through the history fixing some issues. The game have many bright features as well as some flaws. So depending on your taste, you are going to either love or hate it. Well this game put you in a place of somebody who is to cooperate with Mark Twain helping him fix some of the events in history. The game does have this story that takes new turns and twists. As you might have guessed by now, there are lots of unrealistic things, like time travelling and teleporting.
If you are up to some classic by now hidden object/adventure game, you are wellcome to play Spirits of Mystery: Amber Maiden. All the puzzles, hidden object and inventory searches are wrapped with a nice story full of druma. The game starts with a short inroduction into the story taking you way back when you were just born. You were lucky to be born into a royal family during a prosperous and peaceful time. But unfortunatelly, it didn't last too long for you. The evil queen comes and conquers the kingdom. Your parents are trapped by her spells, and you are rescued by your nanny.
Who is for some adventure in an abandoned town full of unknown forces? If you feel like that's what you would do, try this new release. Mystery Trackers: Raincliff Collector's Edition offers a nice journey in search of the missing people and also of the answers to some mysterious events.
The game doesn't tell you much from the very beginning, so you won't know more than what you can read in the short preview. The bus with some people in it is gone missing while going through a town of Raincliff. That's it. That's where you start the game. You find yourself in this weird town. As someone wise said - little by little one walks far, you unroll the story behind the events. You will have to investigate all the corvers of the town in order to get the full picture of what's going on. So that is a nice feature that keeps you interested and I'm not going to spoil it all for those who are going to play it.
If you played the first game, Snark Busters: Welcome To The Club, and enjoyed it, you won't be disappointed with this one either. Snark Busters: All Revved Up is a follow up, that takes you on a quest in search of answers and your missing grandfather this time around. You play as a world known auto racer Jack Blair. You are kind of a big fish in that circle, but there is someone bigger. Or rather, was. And that someone is your grandfather Robert. He used to be the best of the best in racing, but he disappeared while racing. He drove into a tunnel, but never came out of it. You decide to step out of the racing world and become a Snark Buster. This is the story behind this release of the Snark Busters series.
The Tiny Bang Story is a break for the hidden object/adventure game genre fans. There is no murder, dark places and people, but you still get to play the same puzzles. You will still have to solve quite a problem, but the game delivers a totally different feeling. Puzzles of all kinds are lay ahead of you as you start playing the game. Sometimes you will also have to put together different items or use them in some way. One of the most stunning things about this game is the atmosphere you get into. This other world is absolutely beautiful, and has its own character. The graphics are detailed and together with the sountrack they create such a nice place to be.
If you expect some drama, horror or great mystery, Emma and the Inventor is not for you. The game's story does have some unclear and challenging turns, but nothing extremely disgusting and terrifying and sick. This is a place for a nice pieceful quest. Having said that the quest is pieceful, I didn't mean that there are no problems to solve here. You play as Emma, a young girl, who set out to visit her grandpa only to find him missing. You only know that something happened with him as he was testing a new machine. The game offers a well known set of activities.
I can remember the time when Dream Chronicles's first release just went out and was something pretty unique. The adventure part that is so common these days wasn't that popular back then. But does this next release on the series pass the test of time, that brings about changes? Sometimes when we just went through one challenge in our life, hoping to get to the point of rest and peace, we only come to the next challenge. This is what is happening with Lyra in Dream Chronicles: The Book of Water. Having made it back home, Lyra find out that her town was hit by a severe storm. That was the result a curse cast by the evil fairy queen of Dreams.
If you played the first release, Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse, you know the history behind what's going on here in Princess Isabella: Return of the Curse now. The game continues the story leaving the gameplay pretty much the same.Okay, for those who are not familiar with the previous game, there was a fight between the princess and a witch. It all ended well for the princess and her husband. But just as they were going to start raising their baby girl in a pieceful world, the witch is back. This time she wants to kidnap the child and curse not only the castle, but also the whole kingdom. And this is a very good turn of the story because you get now to travel to different parts of the kingdom, instead of staying within the castle.