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Alawar Natural Threat: Ominous Shores

Plants Attack People

Gardening is often regarded as a relaxing pastime or so they tell me but not when you are faced by the plants that inhabit a new game from Alawar.

I have long been a fan of the Science Fiction genre.  One of the first novels of this type that caught my attention was John Wynhams’ Day of the Triffids which dealt with plants that moved about and killed people.  I was reminded of this story when starting to play Natural Threat: Ominous Shores.  This is a Hidden Object game from Alawar based on plants that have been genetically enhanced with some rather disastrous effects.