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Antique Road Trip 2: Homecoming is a sequel of the hidden object game where you go to different places in search of different antiques and curios. The game is a real place of rest from all the mysterious stories that you usually come across in this genre. No creepy horror here. The game follows the story of a couple that is after the antiques. So there isn't that much of a story. You travel with them searching for the items that can fill your new store and make it one of the best antique stores. As mentioned before, the game is not a typical to the genre. You don't end up in a place where you would never want to find yourself in reality. The friendly atmosphere is evident in all the levels. There are two modes of the game - timed and untimed. But even the timed one is counts the time up and awards you bonuses for accomplishing the levels fast.
I can remember the time when Dream Chronicles's first release just went out and was something pretty unique. The adventure part that is so common these days wasn't that popular back then. But does this next release on the series pass the test of time, that brings about changes? Sometimes when we just went through one challenge in our life, hoping to get to the point of rest and peace, we only come to the next challenge. This is what is happening with Lyra in Dream Chronicles: The Book of Water. Having made it back home, Lyra find out that her town was hit by a severe storm. That was the result a curse cast by the evil fairy queen of Dreams.
Well, one thing that I should say from the very start is that there are some basic don't's that you learn as a kid. Now I know one more thing to be added to that list. You do not get invovled into any dark rituals, that can lead you to some not good results. Do you want me to back it up? Just play Dark Ritual. The game is really dark and I would even say sick in its story. I believe that stories like that just destroy our brains. But I also know that there are those who disagree with me out there. So they might enjoy the story better than me. So you paly as an FBI agent trying to find her missing sister. You do not know what exactly had happened, but you know that it has something to do with the rituals she was involved into. The game takes a mystical turn after you find a scientist that uses some kind of mind controlling serum.
If you were to explain to somebody what the adventure/hidden object games are, you could easiy use Voodoo Whisperer: Curse of a Legend Collector's Edition. The really shows it all - lots of wandering around, interacting with items and people, challenging puzzles, and hidden object searches. The game begins with you being at a voodoo session, or maybe you are there for a different reason, but you are sitting at the table with a voodoo lady and she is possessed by a demon. You are a young girl scared to death. She tells you that the evil powers have captured many souls in town and it is you who can help them. You are scared, without any clue how to do that, but also willing to accept the challenge. After that you are doomed to walk to different locations searching for items to help you complete the general task.
Who is for some adventure in an abandoned town full of unknown forces? If you feel like that's what you would do, try this new release. Mystery Trackers: Raincliff Collector's Edition offers a nice journey in search of the missing people and also of the answers to some mysterious events.
The game doesn't tell you much from the very beginning, so you won't know more than what you can read in the short preview. The bus with some people in it is gone missing while going through a town of Raincliff. That's it. That's where you start the game. You find yourself in this weird town. As someone wise said - little by little one walks far, you unroll the story behind the events. You will have to investigate all the corvers of the town in order to get the full picture of what's going on. So that is a nice feature that keeps you interested and I'm not going to spoil it all for those who are going to play it.
This time you have chance to play a typical hidden object/adventure gamein a wonderful fairy-tale land. It is a break from bloody, spooky, horrifying, mysterious atmosphere. Even though there are some problems to solve, it is kind of more friendly. You play as a young fairy girl who is now responsible for fixing a portal. I know I'm not saying more than the title itself, but that is mostly because the story that is told to you is not altogether very clear. You get to meet a professor who did something wrong and now they need you, a human, to fix it. There is a small friend/mentor for you. It is an old mouse. You accomplish your task through the familiar set of activities. You will have to play the hidden object levels and you will play them a lot. Entering almost every location, you will have to find all the items on the list. Those are sometimes hard to find. But this is the case when it is hard to find because the scene is not cluttered, but rather clean with everything that belongs there.
If you played the first game, Snark Busters: Welcome To The Club, and enjoyed it, you won't be disappointed with this one either. Snark Busters: All Revved Up is a follow up, that takes you on a quest in search of answers and your missing grandfather this time around. You play as a world known auto racer Jack Blair. You are kind of a big fish in that circle, but there is someone bigger. Or rather, was. And that someone is your grandfather Robert. He used to be the best of the best in racing, but he disappeared while racing. He drove into a tunnel, but never came out of it. You decide to step out of the racing world and become a Snark Buster. This is the story behind this release of the Snark Busters series.
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.