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Sweetopia, developed by PlayFirst and published by Pi Eye Games for Mac OS, is a highly-polished arcade puzzler to indulge your sweet tooth. You are to help the candy factory owner's granddaughter to save the factory. Pop all the sweets in the lines and don't let the lines to collide. Numerous power-ups, several launchers and ricochet ability make the game interesting to play. Sweetopia is a calorie free arcade treat for everyone.
Royal Envoy: Campaign for the Crown Collector's Edition is a time management game with a kind of dramatic story. The story is presented with all the fun details just like in the previous releases. If you are new to the series and you like this one, you should check the rest of them, too. The destiny of the king in the kingdom is in danger. Just like presidents in real life the king will now have to try and win the elections in his favor. All this because of some figure who challenged the king to prove that he deserves the throne that can otherwise be taken by him. So now you are taking care of the king's political campaign.
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.
Micromanagement games open up new vistas: those who become a dab hand at running restaurant and beauty shop business have now all chances to try their luck at managing a toy factory. Teddy Factory is a simulator for Windows PC and Mac OS developed by Toy Box Games. Its point is to make teddy bears for orphanage kids. Going through 45 twisting levels, you are to join bear body parts of the same color in order to get a promotion in toy industry. Requirements: Mac, G3 400 MHz, 128Mb RAM, MacOSX
Plantasia for Mac OS developed by Gamelab is another micromanagement game where you are to assume a role of a gardener. To become a full-fledged fairy, Holly, a young girl, is challenged to tidy the neglected estate gardens and to restore its fountains. System requirements: Not supported on Intel based OSX, G3 400 MHz, 128Mb RAM, MacOSX
Roller Rush, developed by ToyBox Games, takes you to the America of the 50-ties to serve the customers on roller skates. It is another restaurant management game available for Mac OS. Your goal is to serve the customers quickly enough to meet the daily goals. You are to serve Teenage Girls, Teenage Boys, Old Men, School Teachers and Traveling Salesmen. They all have different patience level. You can try yourself as a roller waitress in the Career and Survival Modes. Roller Rush is a game that will put you on your toes.
Those who love and wait and enjoy pure match-three games are going to appreciate this one. Jewel Quest: The Sleepless Star is a fifth game in the series. Even thought the core gameplay didn't change too much, the game is still full everything you may need for a fast paced gem swapping. In this game you walk away a little bit from Rupert and his rival Sebastian. You go back into 1901 to join one of Rupert's ancestors. His name is Percy, and you might remember him from the previous game, Jewel Quest: Heritage. Percy is a scientist and he is in search of a powerful jewel called the Sleepless Star. You join not only him, but also a young Algonquin woman named Yellow Feather. Your task is to find the thieves and get the jewel back. All the searching is spread over six chapters and about 200 boards.
This time you go back to the 80's. Even if you are not familiar with previous successful series of Fix-it-up: Kate's Adventure and it's sequel Fix-it-up: World Tour, you will be easily captivated with this new and incredible time management game. Though Fix-it-up Eighties: Meet Kate's Parents goes on garage-themed again, it promises to be more interesting, challenging and addicting. Here you meet Frank and Mary, who happen to be Kate's parents. All of the work will be around the cars and everything that is connected with them. Buying, fixing, renting, upgrading, painting and of course selling them at a profit. You can develop your own strategy to earn money the way you want to. Your choice and prosperity is up to you!