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1197 days ago

I use to play different online games, In that I like online rummy games. silkrummyis India’s leading Online Rummy Portal that brings sophistication and rich experience to the online skilled gamers. Rummy is a game of skill and it is legal to play rummy online as it involves lot of skills, few of them viz analytical, strategic and timing related skill to win.

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1407 days ago

The game is simple and can be entertaining although you can get bored after playing it for a long time

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2198 days ago

This game is awesome. It is probably one of the best games that I have played on my Ipad. Few follow-up games are this good.I'm sure many of you have already played the original temple run game on your mobile devices, but I'm gonna tell you right now that the original cannot compete with the new temple run.

There are several new "happenings" in the game that makes it better than the original. for one, there are new power ups like the shield that can be acquired in the game. The scenery also changes depending on where you are in the game. There is a part where you ride mine carts, slide through ropes, etc. This is what separates it from the original.

What I don't like about the game is that you need to purchase gems in order to be able to resurrect when you die in the game. Although they can also be found in the game, they are quite uncommon and very hard to get. Unlike in the first game where you can buy resurrection wings with coins that you get fro the game. Another thing is that there are fewer characters available than in the first game. That kinda disappointed me since I liked the conquistador in the first game and he was gone in the second.

All in all this is a game that you wouldn't wanna miss. It's worth hours and hours of pure fun. So whatcha waitin' for? Download it now on the App Store!

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2240 days ago

The new version of Temple run is as addictive as its first part. It has various levels to cross now which makes the game more exciting. The graphics are excellent!
It is available on most Android & Apple devices.

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2263 days ago

Nancy Drew: The Captive Curse is part of the acclaimed Nancy Drew games series created by Her Interactive. In this installment of the series, Nancy investigates the strange goings-on at Castle Finster that seem to center around a mysterious monster.

This rich blend of puzzle-solving, exploration, and general mystery was everything you could ask for from a game relating to the well-known detective Nancy Drew. It contains all the excitement of reading Agatha Christie or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but gives you full interaction into the story instead of just requiring you to guess at the culprit. Everything folds into everything else smoothly, akin to a real mystery. Naturally, I did have some help from a walkthrough found online, but games like this usually require some kind of outside assistance. I liked the flow of the story, even though it had a tendency to stop dead and force me to go over my tracks in order to progress. The end, I admit, was a tad predictable (for me, anyway). Natheless, I enjoyed both the many layers of the story and the deep interaction I was able to experience. Not to mention the fact that there’s so much more to do in the game besides talking to suspects and exploring the crime scene. I was hit with a puzzle the moment I arrived (albeit, in hindsight an easy one). Plus there are two games-within-the-game that can be accessed at just about any time just by speaking to the characters who own the games. There is simply so much to be discovered and so many tasks to complete that anyone who says they can get through it in one session are fabulists. And let’s not forget the abundance of things to play with within the game, like the “talking” monster in the gift shop. The only complaint I have about the plot is that little brief side-plot with Ned and Nancy’s fight, which didn’t really seem to have any significance except to remind us that the two of them are a couple.

On the subject of graphics, I have little complaint. The animation was far from flawless, but it was good enough for me not to become irritated. There were many times during gameplay when I detected a loop in their mouth and body movements, but that’s to be expected. The only real complaints I have are concerning the faces and the occasional “herky-jerky” flow of the animation at times. The faces are alright by themselves, but the way their expressions barely shift most of the time was slightly unnerving. They could be zombies if one judged that by their reactions alone. Besides the characters, nothing else is really animated, and those little things that are animated seem rather random. It’s as if they tossed in a bit of animation here and there because they found they have some lying around. The traveling around felt more like browsing through an endless gallery of photographs taken by an overzealous tourist. There is some animation other than conversations, but the looping is even more obvious in less than 5 seconds. Nevertheless, this game has its strategic gameplay and creative puzzles to lean on. I wouldn’t recommend this game for people who are faint of heart, as there are a few little “pop-up scenes” that can startle you.

I found the game interface to be very straightforward. The matte (which can be tinted black or dark green, depending on your taste), features everything you’ll need: A checklist, an inventory that stores clues and other items you might pick up, a cellphone (which, as an authentic and needed touch, can take photos), a Suspects list, and an Observations list. The latter two and the former are obviously intended to deliver hints as well as help you in your investigation. There are also options for saving/loading your game (tip: Save your game every time you complete a challenge or anything important happens, otherwise you could end up making a large, uneraseable mistake or expiring your time limit on a certain task). Everything in the game is straightforward, from conversing to exploring and everything in between. Even those who aren’t used to these types of games (and didn’t read the “How To Be A Detective” book at the beginning) should get the hang of it pretty quickly.

In conclusion, I would recommend this game to anyone who loves solving mysteries and struggling through puzzles of all sorts. Like all the other games in the series, it’s truly amazing just how much effort they put into it (albeit, far from flawless). I give this amazing first-person mystery game 4 out of 5.

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2366 days ago

Great first game scenario

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2436 days ago

Game Copy Wizard is amazing! I have successfully backed up all of my Xbox and PS3 games! You can convert all of your games to CDs/DvDs with ease. I have tried many other programs that are supposed to do similar tasks, however, none of them have worked. GREAT PRODUCT!
Here is a direct link to the download!

http://www.gamecopywizard.com/?hop=young0329

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2459 days ago

Angry Birds Space is yet another new installment in the popular Angry Birds game series. This particular game series has become one of the most popular in the world, hence its many variations released by Rovio, such as Angry Birds Seasons. The original game and its brothers are available not only for PC but as downloadable apps for iPhone, iPod, Android phones, and many other mobile devices.
This game is certainly the most challenging Angry Birds they’ve come out with. Fans are used to the simple point-and-slingshot, minding the laws of physics. The point-and-shot remains, but with the added obstacle of diverse gravitational alignment. You will have to accustom yourself to using the unique gravity as a weapon rather than an irritating impediment, using it to slingshot around the planets to get to the pigs. Of course, each planet’s gravity only extends so far, so it is advised that you exercise necessary caution when aiming. Overall, this game presents a challenge that makes it just as, if not more, addicting than the last ones.
Like the previous games, this game also offers new birds with different abilities. However, the original red bird that has turned into a symbol of this franchise is still there. On the subject of new characters, we have Lazer Bird, a variation of classic Yellow Bird from the previous games. Once he has been launched, the player chooses a target by clicking on it and Lazer Bird will immediately zoom toward it. Regrettably, players must still be wary of obstacles when they choose a target, because he will not simply go around them after a target has been selected. There is also Ice Bird, which turns surrounding blocks and pigs to ice. He is basically like the Bomb bird, except his effects are different. Of course, we still have all the old favorites, including Terence and the blue birds. The game would be practically nothing without the classic characters that helped it grow into what it is today. In this particular game, each bird is designed to resemble a character from Marvel comics. For example, the Bomb bird bears a distinct resemblance to the Marvel hero Firestorm.
There is not much to say about the graphics, as they are the same as they were in the previous Angry Birds games. There is no fantastic 3D to emphasize the space theme, so do not bother getting your hopes up. However, a game such as this does not really need 3D to draw interest.
All in all, I give Angry Birds Space 5 out of 5 stars. May there be many more Angry Birds games, each better than the last!

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2641 days ago

Haunted Halls 2: Fears from Childhood from Big fish games is a hidden object puzzle game for Mac operating system. It is the sequel game to Haunted Halls: Green Hills Sanitarium and features the same thrilling adventure graphics and scenes. The game is about how an evil scientist invents something that turns the worst nightmares of children to reality. The walk-through of the game is really scary and adding to it is the spooky kind of music that even turns the atmosphere into something ghostly.

Storyline:

Haunted Halls 2: Fears from Childhood starts with the evil scientist; Dr. Blackmore and his horrific experiment. The evil being invents the most dangerous thing that has the power to turn the worst nightmares of the children into reality. As told above this is a sequel to the haunted halls series and continues with the story of the first game Green Hills Sanitarium. In this very game of the series, you will be the protagonist who has to stop Dr. Blackmore and his evil invention and save the children in getting out of the ghostly fear. And in addition, you have to find your old pal Tim as well from the portal that leads to haunted halls.

This adventure cum hidden object puzzle games lets you in a world you haven't seen in any of the game yet. With excellent graphics and spooky horror the game will surely bound you while going through the stages. The storyline of haunted hills 2: fears of childhood is pretty exciting plus the theme is good as well.

Features of Haunted Halls 2: Fears From Childhood

1. Dreadful Music- The plus point of this game that helps the game plot turn nice is its spooky and dreadful music.
2. Guide: The game has been provided with a helpful strategy guide that will help you in stages that are really tough to go through.
3. Mini games: Along with the main stages, there are some mini games provided in the collector's editions.
4. Additionally in the collector's editions free wallpapers, screen saves are also provided.

System Requirements:

Mac OS: Minimum 10.4
Processor: 1.4 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
HDD space: 653 MB
Memory: 1024 MB

Although it is not a free games for mac, you have to buy it from the big fish games or if you want to experience the game, you can download the demo version of the game from there.

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2641 days ago



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