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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!
Shades of Death: Royal Blood. The title of this game speaks for itself. Right from the start you understand that everything in the storyline of the game will comprise death, blood, murder and mysteries. If you like dismal games with lots of locations and hidden objectsy, if you are fond of ghosts, ancient castles and knights, there are no lingering doubts that you will get everything that you would expect from this one.
If the game has a story it makes it interesting even when the game follows one of the ordinary scenarios. The storyline has no twist but it is well developed. You get an unexpected telephone call with grievous news about your father's death. It is calling your sister named Violet. She asks you to come to their family castle and help her to put their father's business in order. Since now you assume a role of her sister and help her to uncover the secret of their father's
The fans of the highly polished creepy games will appreciate the work invested into Hallowed Legends: Samhain. This hidden object/adventure kind of game makes a perfect blend of the two parts of the quest. You are introduced a little bit to the story in the very beginning, but you still get more of it as you proceed in the game. You set to help your friend who got into trouble dealing with some mysterious cases. You are to find out where did the people at the celtic festival disappear. You will soon realize that you are going to deal with some demonic powers here. The game creates a perfect atmosphere of place where you wouldn't want to be.
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.
For quite some time there have been rumors about the McInroy estate. People say they’ve seen terrifying shadows and wisps of ghostly figures. Normally, no one is allowed inside the estate, but the editor of a magazine has paid what some would call a small fortune to get access for a journalist that you are supposed to play for. As soon as you arrive to the spooky place you meet a female ghost wearing a long sleeping gown. Nipping all ahead that will be almost the only one ghost who will be not trying to scare you up to death, but peacefully explain you that “an evil presence binds all of them to the place”. So as you might have already understood “them” infers that there will be many ghosts on the grounds. But what is this “evil presence” she mentioned? Why would she call it a “presence” and not a ghost? Could it be something more? The truth will probably set all of the ghosts free…
The game follows one of the typical scenarios, when you join a writer in their journey along some story. This time you play as a young woman who is having troubles with being inspired for another book. Her husband suggests her going to Western Europe for a change, which all sounds weird - why would a man let her woman go to a totally creepy place alone. But anyways that's what's going on. And the next thing you know is that she comes to this abandoned castle. The game doesn't even gives you any hints how she ended up there, but... Soon she finds out some details of the love story that happened in that place long ago. Then it gets bigger - she sees ghosts replaying the events right in front of her. It is hard to say if you have more of the adventure parts or of the hidden object ones. But the fans of searching for items won't be disappointed that's for sure.
We all love weddings. Everyone in their own unique way, but those who were involved into the preparation of the event know that it just might be better when your only task is to show up, rather than to be responsible for too many things that go wrong sooner or later anyway. Well, in Wedding Salon, you get a lot of the busy scenatio. But it will be a different kind of busy, not like when you play with Flo and Quinn. This time your main character is rather attached to the wedding salons, than to the weddings from start to end. But you realize that it doesn't mean that it is going to be less crazy, don't you?
If I were asked to say what Serpent of Isis: Your Journey Continues is like, I would say that it is a lot like those people, who are nice and not bothering and comfortable to be around. Serpent of Isis: Your Journey Continues is a soft blend of hidden object levels and adventure parts. The game doesn't have big bugging flaws to keep you from enjoying the process, and at the same time it is not one of the best games of this genre that you ever played. It is just nice game. You play as a friend of a professor that got missing. The note that was left tells you that he is in danger right now and you are to finish his business by finding the tomb of Isis before the kidnappers.