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A Girl in the City is a girly game from start to finish. The very small picture of the game with those shiny pink heels says it all without even further words. The title discribes the story in four words. There isn't too much to it, but still. You play as a young girls named Laura, who is waiting for the job of her dreams in the big city. She came from her home town with a journalist degree, but she wasn't lucky enough at it yet. While she is waiting for the big one, she is willing to do the smaller jobs. That's why you start with cleaning the kitchen surrounded by pizza boxes and other related to pizza items.
This newly released adventure game will satisfy the urge of any fan of this genre. The game is totally polished in its every aspect. Age of Enigma: The Secret of the Sixth Ghost is like a great compelling journey from the reality to a different place full of its problems and the ways of solving them. The game introduces you to a young woman named Ashley. She possesses some supernatural ability to interact with the supernatural. She's been haunted by a dream with a certain house in it. Then one day she receives a letter with the key and a plan of that very house.
Timeless: The Forgotten Town is a hidden object/adventure game released not too long ago. The game possesses everything it takes for a game to be a good one. The game has a great story, challenging levels, and beautiful graphics to make it a really nice experience. The story is not told right away. You learn more and more about it as you begin to play. The events happen while you are on a train. Something weird happens and you become a part of a different story. You meet ghosts and learn their story. You are soon the one to help the lost souls.The graphics are absolutely gorgeous, and together with the voices and sounds they make a great presentation. You will have to go to many different locations and interact with different characters.
Maybe I do not play enough of the games of the hidden object/adventure genre, but it does seem to me that they become more and more demonic/satanic/paranormal-themed. Secrets of the Dark: Temple of Night is one of those recently released. In this game, you are asked by a friend to go to a litterally demon possessed town. The legend has it that there used to be a temple of this dark god, but it all was long ago, and nobody believes it now. But according to your friend and his tapes and what you can see with your own eyes, the legend got it right. So, anyways, you start exploring the town for more clues to help your friend, who is now captured by the demons in their realm. Their world is easily reached by turning light into darkness.
Shopping, shopping, shopping. It seems to be loved by most people, especially if there is an opportunity to do it in a huge store with different departments. Being involved in the real process of buying you are sometimes faced with the difficulty to find items in the shop. Well, in Shop-N-Spree: Family Fortune, looking for the goods you will stumble upon the same problem. This game is a mix of two popular genres - hidden object and time management in so closed way that it is even difficult to say what you are to do more to seek or to serve. It is probably may be called - serving by seeking.
Macabre Mysteries: Curse of the Nightingale is the latest adventure/hidden object release. And I should say the game is really worth the attention of the gurus of the genre as well as of those who are at the point of finding out if this genre is their thing. The major parts of the game do make it one of the few really good and addictive ones. The story, the mini puzzles, the hidden object levels and the interactive parts are mixed together so very well. You play as a grandson of the old theater director. You will come to the old theater as was told to you by your grandparent in a note dated 30 years ago. As you arrive you actually meet your grandfather. And you discover that you possess a special gift of visualisation(or whatever that is called).
Millennium Secrets: Roxanne's Necklace is one of the latest releases in the hiden object/adventure genre. The game just doesn't have all it takes to earn 6 stars, but it does earn 5 offering the most out what it should. One of the great things about this game is the story. You get a little bit from the past, then some pieces of information from the recent present. But it takes you quite a while to actually see how it all connected and what had happened. This is one feature that I enjoy in the games of this genre. And Millennium Secrets: Roxanne's Necklace uses its story perfectly to keep you interested long enough.
A Vampire Romance: Paris Stories is one of the latest releases to the hidden object genre. Having played this game I feel like I made a trip to the past due to the way the game looked and played. The story reminds a bit the Twilight movie story. In this game you play as a young girl who comes to Paris to study art. There she meets this mysterious guy, and as you can guess from the title, things get romantic but complicated. So if Twilight story wasn't enough for you, you can also enjoy this version of the girl-meets-vampire story. Now I have to explaain why I said before that it felt like I travelled back in time. The game basically consists of good old hidden object levels and mini-games of different kinds. There is also a part with iteractive searches, but it isn't that big part of the game, and it isn't that challenging too. You don't have to think hard where to use what and how to get somewhere. Everything is pretty easy here.