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After the first and rather successful attempt to combine hidden object
and simulation game play with cooking, Go-Go Gourmet, game developers
decided to continue harvesting this fruitful land and released Cooking
Quest for Mac - a new twist in this combination of genres unique by itself!
Look for best ingredients and cook zesty meals from 6 world cuisines in
the highly competitive Chef's Challenge!
Though the winter holiday season is over, we seek for more way to retain the festive mood.
And Costume Chaos is a game that will surely help you in this quest, as here you will run
your own costume rental shop. The colorful graphics and wide range of costumes as well as
the unique combination of two games in one will guarantee you tons of fun and hours of
addictive game play.
While the basic game play is time-management, and presents nothing really unusual (which
doesn't mean it's not fun and addictive), very soon you'll find yourself playing two games
at a time. So,
why not plunge into the festive atmosphere once more?
The family of addictive tycoon games has been enlarged with County Fair -
a carnival fair simulation which gives you really much freedom in game
play and strategy of developing. Taking into consideration the festive
atmosphere of the game, this one is a perfect choice for adding some
mirth to your life. Besides offering a really engaging game play
requiring a good portion of strategic thinking, County Fair features
very pleasant and detailed visuals adding much to your game experience -
you'll feel as you are at a genuine carnival! Time to go!
Being produced by Avem studio Cradle of Rome for Mac has
got all chances to hit the top download lists at many casual games
portals. In terms of gameplay, it is a match-three puzzle with colorful
scenery background, high-quality graphics and music. But it seems to be
the first game for Mac to combine puzzle and tycoon/strategy, which is very
original. The main objective is to build a Romanian Empire from a clean
slate and to become its Emperor...
Curse of the Pharaoh: Napoleon's Secret for Mac is a sequel following its predecessor Curse of the Pharaoh: The Quest for Nefertiti.
time you are to go through a number of locations all over the
world in order to see the continuation of the story from the first
In case you don't remember or don't know he died then and now
Anna is trying to figure out the reasons of everything that happened.
The emphasis of the gaming part is mostly on spot-the-difference
levels. There's also a number of hidden object levels, where everything
is quite typical - a list of items to find on a cluttered scene.
Great news! The family of Playfirst time-management games is enlarged - welcome to Dairy Dash, a brand new addictive farming simulation developed by Merscom and Absolutist for Mac OS,
which is sure to bring you tons of pleasure! The game offers you to
rest from the routine of city life and find yourself in 52 levels of
time-management fun wrapped in farming theme! 4 locations, 4 characters
to control and multiple daily farming chores to attend to - are you
ready for the Dairy Dash?
Dark Alleys: Penumbra Motel is a newly released adventure game. The is a bit different in the way the gameplay parts flow. The story is one of the most loved by the game developers is presented by real actors and very good voice over. In this game your friend's daughter goes missing as you she goes into a store to buy snacks in some town you go through. Now you are forced not only to stay and find her, but also to unravel the mysteries of the past.
The hidden object/adventure genre is assosiated with mystery, ghosts, somebody missing, abandoned places etc. And Dark Dimensions: City of Fog is just so totally about it. Everything about this game makes it even more perfect. You will play a lot of hidden object levels. They are fun for several reasons. For one, the items belong to a location. There isn't too much of clutter from nowadays. Another thing that I enjoyed was that some of the items, sometimes half of them, take you to interact with some other items. That is not new, but it's usually one or two items like that, not half of them. That added more challenge to that.