Tagged: Hidden Object

Dream Chronicles 0

Dream Chronicles review

Up until recently casual gamers were only able to get their fix on PC, be it standalone titles such as Peggle or Facebook apps like Farmville. With services such as XBLA and WiiWare, many of these previously PC only games have been appearing for download to core gaming console gamers. To me this is great news; I don’t always want to shoot aliens with plasma rifles. Sometimes I am just in the mood for a bit of a relax with a time wasting puzzle game. Before this I’d have had to sit at my desk to play some of these...

Witch's Curse 0

Witchs Curse review

For many years the video game industry denied the existence of girls and instead concentrated on selling games to the male of the species. More recently with the success of DS and Wii, girls have become recognised as a legitimate part of the gaming audience. However for the most part they are being targeted with Fashion Titles or Baby Simulators. I can’t help but think it’s a little insulting for girls who are into sport or action games that they are being constantly presented with games coated in a sickly gloss of pink fluff. Thankfully Witch’s Curse for DS doesn’t...

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Jewel Quest Mysteries review

Jewel Quest is another one of those evergreen PC flash games that has manage to capture the imagination of millions of people worldwide. Just like other hit titles such as Diner Dash and Peggle; Jewel Quest isn’t a hit because it has broken the Video Game mould for a new generation. No instead it has proven that if you can create a fun game that is simple and addictive, people will gladly spend their money on low budget time filler. Some of you may have already played Jewel Quests Mysteries: Curse of the Emerald Tear on your PC in the...

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Mystery Case Files Millionheir review

Mystery Case Files is another puzzler from Nintendo that doesn’t just present you with a series of brain teasers and puzzles you can select from a list. It’s already been successful on the PC for a number of years and now being on the DS, this one gives you a variety of puzzles set around the mystery of the disappearance of a wealthy geezer that must be solved by your good self. You do this by questioning a variety of colourful characters, whilst, for the majority of the time, trying to pick out objects scattered around a cluttered location –...