The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St. by Legacy Interactive is a great puzzle game that does stand out with its content. A short description would be - good content in good package as Sherlock Holmes is, undoubtedly one of fiction’s greatest master detectives who has been portrayed in countless films, tv series, radio shows, and many books and short stories with constant success. The game seems to have everything to be ever interesting and addictive. It takes you into Victorian England to follow the famous detective and his assistant (as well as other well-known characters of the book: Microft, Lestrade etc) while they are investigating all kinds of mysterious cases.
Even though some things just don't seem to belong together, it doesn't
mean that it is not possible. For us an example of such a combination
will be Nora Roberts: Vision in White, a hidden object game about
a wedding photographer and wedding stuff in general. No murder, no mystery, no trying to get away from or into somewhere, but
rather nice scenes, cakes, newly weds. The game being developed and published by I-play and Floodlight Games tells you the story of the
life and business of a wedding photographer. In this game you play the wedding
photographer Mackensie who is
a character from
author Nora Roberts'
novel Vision in White. She works not just by
herself but with good friends
Parker, Laurel and
Emma runs the most successful wedding planning business in Connecticut.
Great Adventures: Lost in Mountains is a new release that
combines both simulation and time-management features. The game is
developed and published by Fenomen Games offering you an
adventure full of puzzles and challenges. Alternating between the two
characters you play as is the key to solving the various situations and
puzzles that the game throws at you. You meet the couple that races
along the treacherous mountain road during the snowstorm to the hotel to
find the woman's father. He is a famous scientist, and the last time
she heard from him he asked for help. But unfortunately they don't find
him there, and now you are to help them figure out what happened.
Another building game for the fans of the simulation genre. The
Palace Builder from PlayFirst will take to France in the 18th
century. The building you are going to be doing here is a bit different from the
contemporary building done in most of the games of this genre.
Your character is a young girl who has to pretend to be a boy since no
emancipation had happened yet, and not a single woman is going to be
accepted to be an architect for the aristocracy.
The game play is pretty simple and clear. You get an area to fill with
the building items. What you are going to build is shown at the top of
2 Tasty is a fun cute game that is hard to be limited to a certain
genre. Some of it is about searching for items, but at the same time you
are rushing back and forth at the kitchen trying to finish dishes as
fast as you can. This is what makes the game so addictive and fresh as well as bright and
You play as a young girls who was just
chosen the best chef and soon after that was invited by her friend to be
a chef at his restaurant. She willingly and joyfully agrees to join his new business. The story is
told in between the levels telling you how their business as well as