The issue of werewolf is inexhaustible not only in literature and cinema, but also in games. The plot is quite standard: somewhere people are disappearing and then their dead disfigured bodies are found. Afterwards the rumors about a werewolf hunting the people spread. That's right the case of the new game by ERS Game Studios named Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Curse of the Full Moon. Having played the other bestsellers of the game publisher such as Haunted Halls: Green Hills Sanitarium, Haunted Legends: The Queen of Spades, Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's Black Cat and some others, personally I treat the ERS' bunny depicted in the logo as a quality mark. And I have never been disappointed.
Can the boorish behavior be attractive? Do you know any drug addicted person that seems to be so cute? If your answer is “no” in both cases then you've never seen TV series called House, M.D. Otherwise the statement of Gregory House “Everybody lies” is true. Legacy Games did a great job featuring all of the wit and humor that had made the series such a success. Playing House, M.D. you'll wear the shoes of the titular character and have to unravel 5 different medical mysteries in the 5 episodes. And of course your team including everyone you know starting with Dr. James Wilson up to Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley. But I have to warn you, if you're not a series' fan, the game might seem a mix of total bore and senseless actions to you as it has no tutorial or other kind of introduction to the theme.
Tom and Nelly are not young children anymore. Since the first game in the series that was called Treasure Seekers: Visions of Gold the kids have grown up. All the actions take place in 1930s. Nelly is busy deciphering Mayan hieroglyphs when she is suddenly kidnapped by Totenkraft (yep, he is here as well). And guess what? Of course Tom is following the arch-enemy to save his sister. Actually if you're waiting for something original in the forth game of the series, don't be so naïve. But on the other hand, though Treasure Seekers:The Time Has Come reminds of all the its predecessors, it is the same when it goes about the quality of the game as well.
The name of the newly released game by Codeminion might scare away the players who are already sick and tired of the cursed houses and dilapidated buildings. Phantasmat starts with a car crash and as soon as you get to know that your heroine has stayed alive, you're advised to look for the help in an old hotel but under no circumstances stay there. By the way hardly anyone would stay in the the hotel called "Drowned Dead Hotel" in a real life. But has anyone ever followed such advices while playing? I bet that only those of you did so, who shut down the casual games after having played them for several minutes.
It seems that the producers the two Diana Salinger games (10 Days Under The Sea & 10 Days To Save The World) that occurred to be rather average managed to make a step up creating a new game called The Curse of the Ring. The story is about Isabel whose trip to Barbados turned out to be a real dramatic adventure after her visit to an antique shop. The girl couldn't stand buying a glorious ring and it happened so that it was a cursed one. As a result Isabel's life is jeopardized up to the moment she tracks down a bunch of pirate treasures (what have you expected, if you already know that everything is happening in the Caribbeans? The pirates, of course!). And what is worth she has only 7 days to succeed.
The game plot of the PlayFirst's new game Tamara the 13th is based on the stories of witches, villains, magic portals and adventures, of course. A girl, called Tamara McNamara turns out to be a 13th-generation of witch and her family has been hunted by Mad Maggie – the evil that managed to take the heroin's Mom through a portal. So you have nothing to do, but to follow her and try your best to rescue your mother.
Tamara the 13th is rather a traditional combo of the puzzle and the hidden object game. And to be honest the puzzles are the best part of the game for sure.
The game is really good, but there are many similarities with the first one. If you really liked the first release, it is a pro. If you are expecting for something totally new, it might be a con. With that being said, the game just as addictive even for those who've gone through the first one. So here are the things that are going to be the same. You are going to do the same things - build buildings in Rome. You are going to do that with the materials that you collect through clearing the match-three boards. Those familiar with the first game will find that even some of the graphics as icons, for example, are the same. But do not assume that all of the game is the same. No, there are two new modes added to the game. They are locked at the very befinning, but afer you reach them, you get to play a few other puzzles in the game. They are called Tourney and Blitz.
Have you ever dreamt to win fortune playing cards? Do you believe in any magical combination that can make you rich? Have you ever heard about Queen of Spades and her pack of playing cards? Haunted Legends: The Queen of Spades is based on a story by Russian writer and poet Alexander Pushkin, so progressing through the game don’t be surprised by a great variety of Russian culture elements. But at the same time the traditional plot is a little bit changed, so that you’re facing a real detective story…
Being a detective you're supposed to find the missing people who have been already tempted by the rumors about the magic set of playing cards. Will you resist the temptation?