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.
The first thing Making
Mr Right reminded me was the Hitch movie,where the main character is
able to help any guy get the lady he wants. Things are a bit different in this game from Gamers
Digital, but it is still fun and would be a great educational tool
by the way.
Dr.Love is writing a book on the
relationships. She claims to be able to create, or rather, to fix the
existing men to make them be perfect matches for their ladies.
The "love tips" in the journal entries can
actually be used in the real life relationships
Laura Jones and the Gates of
Good and Evil is a new casual adventure game from Nevosoft. The game
should be lots
of fun for the fans of such titles as Dream Chronicles and Azada. The
full of adventures and mysteries. You play as a graduate who got engaged
the search of some special gates in order to keep the evil spirits
doors and not to let them out. In other words - you are to save the
guess. There are tons of different puzzles to be a playground for
that goal. Each new artefact means that you are to be tested through a
Kate Arrow: Deserted Wood tells us about the adventure of Kate and her efforts to rescue her kidnapped grandfather and restore stolen idols to a native tribe. This is a fairly straight-forward HOG/adventure game, combining the HOG search and elements of point-and-click adventue, such as the recent releases Puppetshow or Midnight Mysteries. This type of HOG is actually my favourite - search a cluttered scene, get an object to help me in my quest and on it goes. The structure of Kate Arrow's gameplay is solid enough - player is required to travel back and forth over 4 locations or so in each chapter, with sparkly HOG searches popping up.
There are people who believe that those who lived way back to Adam were
actually much smarter than us today. Even though they didn't have
laptops and iPods. This would be a great argument to explain why Romancing the Seven
Wonders: Great Pyramids is so challenging, if you just take into account
the era of the game story.
In this game from Gameshastra you are to save your sister, Brianna
Hastings, who has been trapped in an ancient tomb. This whole situation
goes way back to the times of the Old Kingdom, King
Amenhotep IV, Queen Nefertiti and other fellows you are to deal with.