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This new release into the hidden object puzzle adventure genre will make many of the genre fans happy. Fear for Sale: Sunnyvale Story has a lot of interesting features to offer. The game is polished in its both gameplay and audio-visuals. The story of the game takes you to a town as an investigator. The citizens of this town are missing one by one in some strange way. The first thin you learn about the case is that the mayor of the town has something to do with it. Then you find out that several years ago a murder has occured.
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…
Welcome to the continuation of the full of fun and surprises game Fiction Fixers: Adventures in Wonderland! You have already probably played the first part and have your own opinion about it. I’m sure that that impression is great and you have been waiting for another part with excitement. Though the game in general remains the same, it has more addicting features because of which you will be glad to deal with it once again.
The developers face a temptation to exploit a well-known and rather popular plot of the bestsellers pretty often. And it looks like Fugazo has stepped this road. After releasing Fiction Fixers: Adventures in Wonderland they decided to work over unfading novel of L. Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz that has finally resulted in Fiction Fixers: The Curse of Oz. The sequel we’re talking about gives a chance to Victor Vile and Wicked Witch of the West to bring a disaster to the world of Oz and trap all the heroes we’ve already known. Being a full-fledged Fiction Fixer you’re supposed to deal with the troubles by your own this time.
Fierce Tales: The Dog's Heart is going to please both hidden object puzzle adventure genre fans and dog people. The game is very well done to entertain the people who are well familiar with this genre both with its puzzles and story. You are a dog person if you live in Houndspoint. Dogs are part of the life for these people in a snowy mountain town. But there have been attacks by a pack of strange dogs which left citizens to wonder who or what is behind this. You are the one to find out the truth behind this mystery. The story of the game is quite unique and entertaining enough to keep you interested till the end. And that is not that common these days in this genre of casual games.
Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen is another release into the hidden object puzzle adventure genre. There is a mystery to discover and many challenging puzzles to solve. And all that in order to save your brother from an unknown villain. You are to play as a man whose father has died and whose brother mysteriously disappeared. Then you find out that those two events are connected. You also meet a villain that forces you on track of an invention of your father who would invent all kinds of complicated devices. All of that is presented with very realistic characters that sometimes turn into drawings, great voice overs and and a matching soundtrack. The graphics are quite detailed and well drawn.
Flux Family Secrets: The Rabbit Hole picks up
where the previous game left off with Jessie stuck in 1980's. Following her story you participate in a nice blend of a hidden object
and adventure genres in one game. What about trying to solve your problems
with the help of yourself in the past? That's the situation where you meet Jessie. Herself and her grandfather
are trying to help you out and get you back into your time.
In order to do get back, you'll first have to
even further into the past and correct some mistakes caused by your
prior time travel.
Here's another feminine hero that saves the day in Forbidden Secrets: Alien Town. The game takes you to a town you never heard of before. And that is the place of mysterious transformations that could scare off many but a government agent. It is a well known fact that too much TV is bad for you and especially fr your kids. Forbidden Secrets: Alien Town proves it by telling you a story of a town where children are turned into zombies. What?! Yes, that's exactly what's going on. Parents may use this game as a preventive tool for their own children.