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What will you do if your childhood friend claims to be an emperor while being arrested? A newly released hidden object puzzle adventure game called Shaolin Mystery: Tale of the Jade Dragon Staff gives you a great opportunity to act!
Playing as a young woman named Yu (quite a symbolic name, isn't it?) you are supposed to travel across China. And be sure the skillfully drawn fabulous landscapes and oriental music
will make you forget that it's only a virtual adventure but not a real
trip to East. The gameplot is rather catching as you're not only
looking for a mysterious jade staff but also belong to a rebellious
Bigfoot: Chasing Shadows is a puzzle blend of hidden object and adventure genres worked out by Reflexive Entertainment and JoyBits. Well, as you can guess from the title and the graphics, it is time for
us to find out the truth about this whole thing following Linda, who
swears she saw it.
Setting out in search of the truth only brought her to finding ways to survive now.
Searching for items you will collect certain numbers of same items, some
of them will go to your inventory to be used in puzzles later. Then
there is also a mini-game where you rescue different animals and then
care for them.
Haunted Hotel: Lonely Dream is a new hidden object game full of mysteries from Specialbit.
The game is very attractive just with the main setting itself - you are
to explore the hotel that has its secrets. Moreover, one of the most
attractive detail of the game apart from the story and the challenges is
that all of that is happening in winter, that is always a plus in
The game offers you two modes as you start - Casual or Advanced, the
latter one being more challenging and with less help. Most of the time
you are searching for items or figuring out how to use different items
in order to proceed in the game.
Lost in the City: Post Scriptum is a sequel to the Lost in the City game from Big Fish Games.
Those who played the first game are brought back some nice though
creepy memories of the experience wondering if the second game stands up
to that level. For a short answer to that question - yes, it definitely does, for a longer answer you can keep reading.
Lots of interaction will take place in the game. And the mini-games that
you are going to play every little while are quite challenging and
definitely not so standard to be very easy.
The lyrics of one of Depeche Mode's song prove to be true claiming that
precious and fragile things need special handling. The main character of
Reincarnation: Awaikening, Jane, got in trouble after Dr. Weiner found
out about her ability. Desiring to become the world's best psychiatrist (how come people from
that field are often the ones with some serious problems?), he got Jane
into an asylum. Now she needs to use her ability to visit here past
lives and also a magical amulet that Dr.Herzle, who helped her become
aware of her abilities, has hidden in Jane's room wanting to help her.
You are going to like this game. If you are a beginner at the genre, you will like it just because of the quality and the challenge and, I bet, many other things. If you played tons of hidden object games, you are going to like this game even more. Trust me. Enlightenus II: The Timeless Tower invites you to travel to different eras in order to accomplish the task you have been given and get what you were promised. The collector's edition features some extras, like a free soundtrack and a sneak peek at Enlightenus 3, wallpapers etc...
When it goes about sequels it is always a question of improving and
overshadowing: will the second part be better than the previous or not?
Drawn: Dark Flight is a continuation of a well known Drawn: The Painted
Tower by Big Fish Game Studios. And though for me it is hard to judge
whether the second game outbids its forerunner as I didn't play Drawn:
The Painted Tower I can clearly see the worthiness of Drawn: Dark
First of all the storyline of the first part is told at the beginning
of the second part. So the player who hasn't experienced the previous
game will not feel confused. And what is more after having heard all
the story from the beginning I somehow felt that I should try Drawn:
The Painted Tower as well. As for the fans of the first game they've got an opportunity to play a
new variant of adored game but with a new mission and puzzles.
Do you dream when you sleep? Have you
ever thought to go to the shrink because of the dreams you have? The
sequel of Dominic Crane's Dreamscape Mystery called Dominic Crane 2:
Dark Mystery Revealed starts once again on the sofa of a
psychoanalyst. But now Dominic is worried not about recurring night
visions of the places he's never been to (perhaps he's got used to
that) but he cares about his sister that talks to him in his dreams.
One may say that due to Sigmund Freud or whoever else of that list this might
be the result of latent attraction if not only one thing...
The trick of the gameplot is that Crane's sister has been missing since
she was a child. And now she comes to her brother's dreams as adult
asking for some help.