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Delicious: Emily's Message in a Bottle - Review

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 /

Delicious: Emily's Message in a Bottle takes us back 30 years to Italy, when Emily was just a small child. Meet Emily's family members and help her go through the endless stream of family dramas in the most heartwarming Delicious episode yet!




  

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Name: Delicious: Emily's Message in a Bottle Collector's Edition
Release Date: 7 September 2016
Developer: Gamehouse

We love innovation, we really do - especially when it comes to Hidden Object games because those games can get tiring very easily if the developer keeps doing the same thing sequel after sequel. However, with the Delicious series, we feel like we are more than happy with the way things are. The developer has already geared the Time Management formula down to perfection; there is nothing noticeable to be changed or improved.

This new Delicious installment once again, manages to wow us. The delivery of the storyline has never been better, combined that with such a bittersweet and moving theme - Emily's Message in a Bottle is perhaps, one of the most captivating Time Management games ever released.

With 13 games in, you would have thought that the developer has started running out of tricks. To debunk that theory, Emily's Message in a Bottle introduces a bunch of interesting new menus, exciting new tasks, fascinating new characters and charming new locations. Although the gameplay is still based on the same signature formula, all these varieties of new items help keep things fresh.

Delicious games always offer excellent production values, and they have also improved with this new chapter. The visuals are impeccable; rich colors, gorgeous artwork and playful effects. In addition, the soundtracks are mostly upbeat and fun, but can be mellow and touching when they need to be.

Long-time fans of the Delicious series will be glad to know that the game comes with 65 fast-paced levels, plus a handful of bonus challenges. Delicious: Emily's Message in a Bottle also includes Achievements, Mouse Hunt, Emily's Scrapbook and three difficulty modes.

Delicious: Emily's Message in a Bottle won our hearts all over again with its genius storytelling, stunning sights and sounds and flawless gameplay!

Graphics: 5/5 Stars
Sound: 5/5 Stars
Originality: 4.5/5 Stars
Gameplay: 5/5 Stars
Features: 5/5 Stars
Control and Navigation: 5/5 Stars
Fun Factor: 5/5 Stars


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Dark Romance: Curse of Bluebeard - Preview

Tuesday, September 27, 2016 /

Explore the infamous Bliebeard's curse in a new light in the next installment of the hit dark fantasy franchise. Can you help Richard save his lover Rachel from Count Bluebeard?





Dark Realm: Lord of the Winds - Review

Sunday, September 25, 2016 /

Mad Head Games has a knack for crafting excellent Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure games, we lost count of how many masterpieces has come out from this genius studio. Dark Realm: Lord of the Winds is the follow-up to Queen of Flames and Princess of Ice, so it definitely has a lot to live up to - fortunately, Lord of the Winds is just as glorious as its predecessors.



  

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Name: Dark Realm: Lord of the Winds Collector's Edition
Release Date: 4 September 2016
Developer: Mad Head Games

The beginning of Dark Realm: Lord of the Winds could not have been more dramatic. Queen Valera has decided to offer a peace treaty to the long-time rivalry kingdom ruled by King Harlon. But things did not go as planned when a mysterious force blasted out of King Harlon's gift and absorbed her life force. Is this really the working of King Harlon or is there a real culprit behind all this?

Ultimately, Dark Realm: Lord of the Winds is just another story about the rivalry of two fantasy kingdoms. However, Mad Head delivers this same-old story in such a clever way and with such interesting side-stories that makes it worth following. Some might even find the game to rely too much on character's dialogues, but we found them to be necessary for an interesting gameplay.

Gameplay wise, Dark Realm: Lord of the Winds is satisfyingly innovative. The gameplay is highly interactive; filled with plenty of fun tasks to complete and fascinating characters to talk to. Also, the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are nothing short of impressive. The hidden object scenes are incredibly varied, and some can be very challenging. As for the puzzles, they are usually very creative and appropriate for the events happening in the game.

Dark Realm: Lord of the Winds undoubtedly shines in the visuals and audio departments. The artwork is beautiful in every way and the richly-colored graphics make each scene absolutely stunning. The soundtracks are orchestral and at times, very calming - quality through and through.

The main game took us around four hours to complete and the equally-amazing bonus chapter took us another hour. The Collector's Edition also comes loaded with a strategy guide, concept art, wallpapers, soundtracks, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, constellations mini games, hidden objects and collectibles hunt - a little something for everyone.

Dark Realm: Lord of the Winds is highly entertaining, wildly imaginative and gorgeously painted. The game is not perfect, but if you are still not convinced by those adjectives, then we don't know what will.

Graphics: 5/5 Stars
Sound: 5/5 Stars
Story: 4/5 Stars
Originality: 4.5/5 Stars
Gameplay: 4.5/5 Stars
Puzzles: 4.5/5 Stars
Control and Navigation: 5/5 Stars
Fun Factor: 4.5/5 Stars
Extras: 5/5 Stars


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Phantasmat: Reign of Shadows - Preview

Saturday, September 24, 2016 /

You hired a private investigator to find your wandering sister Valerie. The investigator found out that she was hired by a mysterious Doctor Edward Corvine for an unspecified private job at his estate in Oregon.

You arrive to the location with the heavy clouds of an impending blizzard, which traps you in the manor with something more than just your sister and its residents. An unspeakable horror haunts its shadowy halls and light is your only weapon against it.

Snowed in for the night, the feverish chase to escape this monstrosity begins as time works against you – the generators threaten to give in any minute and enshroud the entire mansion in darkness, the creature’s dominion.

Can you uncover the terrifying, heart-wrenching secret behind the monster’s origin and save your sister before the shadows swallow you both?






Maze: The Broken Tower - Preview

Friday, September 23, 2016 /

Following the massive success of Maze: Subject 360, Mad Head Games brings back its iconic series with a new game! The futuristic Gehenna Tower was shut down after a series of disappearances have been linked to the tower. Find out what's really going on inside the skyscraper in this thrilling sequel.





Hidden Expedition: The Eternal Emperor - Review

Thursday, September 22, 2016 /

The Eternal Emperor has you embarked on the twelfth H.E.L.P. mission, this time to unearth the tomb of China’s first Emperor - Qin Shi Huang. Can you and your associates avoid the deadly booby traps and successfully make this historical discovery?

Incredible Dracula II: The Last Call - Review

Monday, September 19, 2016 /

About a year after our sweet Count Dracula has found his true love, he is back for another hilarious adventure. People in the city have become addicted to smartphones and are behaving as if they are hypnotized, can you help The Count find a solution to this trouble in paradise?