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Once Upon a Time in Chicago Review

Once Upon a Time in Chicago Review

Once Upon a Time in Chicago is like a bingo/keno/lottery play with a little sim built into it. The name of the game is chance and if you win big, you can buy enterprises to advance. You are a naïve tourist visiting the big city, Chicago, in the roaring 20s, and you are robbed of everything except $50. The only way to make more money is to go to the wild casinos full of gangsters and their molls. There is a spinning wheel with 6 numbers and 6 cards with corresponding numbers. If you get a match, you drag the ball from the wheel to the card with the same number. Once one of your cards is filled, it will

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Antique Road Trip 2: Homecoming Review

Antique Road Trip 2: Homecoming Review

Well, you should know by now I’m into antiques and flea markets where there are a lot of junk scattered around. I guess that’s why I like Hidden Object games. Antique Road Trip 2: Homecoming is just one of the many HOGs around you can explore the items all around a locations. This sequel has many levels and scenes to explore and enjoy. You can play it either timed for more of a challenge and earn bonuses for completing levels quickly or untimed for a relaxed game to spend an afternoon browsing through things. The story starts out with James and Grace again, but this time they have a son and are visiting Grace’s parents in Montana. To their surprise,

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Qwak + Professor Fizzwizzle and the Molten Mystery Reviews

Qwak + Professor Fizzwizzle and the Molten Mystery Reviews

Professor Fizzwizzle and the Molten Mystery Review Guess who’s back again? Everyone’s favorite kooky scientist, Professor Fizzwizzle! This time the Professor finds himself in trouble while on vacation on a tropical island. A former student of his has become evil and has taken control of a volcano on the island. It is Professor Fizzwizzle’s job to save the world from this mysterious circumstance. Molten Mystery is a sequel to the original Professor Fizzwizzle, and has almost the exact same gameplay as its predecessor. It is a puzzle-platform game that puts the weak Professor back into the action, pushing crates and barrels while avoiding evil bat bots. Once you push and stack the blocks in the way that works, you can

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Supercow And MacPinball

Supercow And MacPinball

Supercow Review Action, adventure and…dairy? Yes, dairy. Sunny Valley is in danger and the only animal that can help is Supercow. The evil criminal Professor Durianti is on the loose and is terrorizing the local farm. Only a true spotted hero can save the farm from his evil animals. Supercow is an adventure, action game that pits Supercow against the evil animals that roam the levels. The object of each stage is to kill all the enemies and collect all the coins. Each stage has a secret area as well, where the most valuable coins and gems are hidden.

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Shutter Island Review

Shutter Island Review

Have you ever wished you could be in the National Spelling Bee in Washington DC? Well, now you can (kinda) with Spell-Jam! This game, sponsored by Meriam Websters, is the non-genius’ way to rise to spelling glory, all from the comfort of your home computer. There are three modes in Spell-Jam: Gameshow, Tournament and Practice. The gameshow is like “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” for spelling. You can choose from three difficulties (advanced is very difficult) and work your way up the money list. Tournament is a chance to take place in an actual spelling bee, where you can compete against multiple competitors, including other people. Practice is self-explanatory; you practice spelling. The gameplay is basically the same in

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Avenue Flo: Special Delivery Review

Avenue Flo: Special Delivery Review

Avenue Flo: Special Delivery the sequel to Avenue Flo brings about a fun and charming adventure game with Flo singing her own theme song. The familiar quirky characters welcome you to a family of funny cartoon characters bringing them to life and into your home. PlayFirst continues to stick with their successful formula to entertain and delight their fans. This sequel is similar to their first point and click game where you move around DinerTown searching for items, talking to the citizens, looking for balloons and playing mini games. The story begins with Quinn the party planner getting into trouble with Vicky and Tony’s baby shower party when puppies destroy the room full of party favors and food. Of course,

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Elythril – The Elf Treasure Review

Elythril – The Elf Treasure Review

Elythril – The Elf Treasure is an original and different kind of match 3 Mac game. Leorna daughter of elf king Halgora is upset over the discord among the elf people. I didn’t know there are so many different kinds of elves, but there are. They are the wood, river, wild, mountain, moon, fire, high, underwater, underground, flying, emerald and elves of the twilight. She decides the only way to unite the many elves is to search for the Elythril, an ancient elf treasure. With this treasure she can bring happiness and accord among the elves. In order for Leorna to reach her goal she must solve many mysteries. There are locks to unlock in this game of 80 levels.

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Magic Farm Review

Magic Farm Review

Mac game Magic Farm: Ultimate Flower is not your ordinary sim time management game. It is much more than that. It is a flower growing management game with a role-playing aspect associated with it, made to accommodate novice or advanced players. Choose your skill level from Casual or Hardcore modes and begin your journey to find Iris’ parents. The story is familiar but hey, you have to start the expedition somewhere. However, you don’t have enough money to go searching for them. Your old neighbor lets you use his broken down farm to grow flowers and sell them to raise enough revenue to subsidize your trips and hire a detective. Anyone coming up to you in the foreground of the

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Spell-Jam Review

Spell-Jam Review

Have you ever wished you could be in the National Spelling Bee in Washington DC? Well, now you can (kinda) with Spell-Jam! This game, sponsored by Meriam Websters, is the non-genius’ way to rise to spelling glory, all from the comfort of your home computer. There are three modes in Spell-Jam: Gameshow, Tournament and Practice. The gameshow is like “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” for spelling. You can choose from three difficulties (advanced is very difficult) and work your way up the money list. Tournament is a chance to take place in an actual spelling bee, where you can compete against multiple competitors, including other people. Practice is self-explanatory; you practice spelling. The gameplay is basically the same in

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Bob the Builder Can Do Zoo And R.I.P

Bob the Builder Can Do Zoo And R.I.P

Bob the Builder Can Do Zoo Channel your inner child when playing Bob the Builder Can Do Zoo. This is definitely a kid’s educational and recreational Mac game. It’s colorful with simple artwork to keep any toddler captivated and engaged in this interactive play. There are many different plays to choose from and your child will be interested in all of them. There are working trucks with funny names like Scoop, Roley and Muck. They all work together with Bob so they can build a wonderful zoo for all the children. Most of the plays are matching color to color and the more difficult game is to put the blueprints in order. Others like finding the tool at the top

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