Over the years I have played, and enjoyed, a large number of games that belonged to the Match 3 genre. In the most part, these games took various approaches as they set out to make the playing experience as challenging and enjoyable as possible. Unfortunately sometimes there were exception and this next Match 3 title was one such offering as it failed to engender any semblance of enjoyment when I was checking out the product for this review.
Real characters, ghostly apparitions and live jigsaw type videos all come together in a Mystery Case File title.
The first is a rather nice shower proof Bluetooth speaker set at a not outrageous price. The second is a method of saving your USB device be it phone or tablet from having a flat battery when you are away from power.
Not only does this next product add speaker capability to your smartphone but it can also act as a backup battery.
When the words “Happy” and “Nightmare” occur in the same title, you could be forgiven for wondering just what you were letting yourself in for.
A rather large remote controlled car that some children may find difficult to stop their parents using, it is stated at 8+. The Second a reaction testing device designed for children or almost any age and even those of pre-school seem to love trying it.
One-eyed stone heads, a town that is only visible for a short period every 300 years and a missing boyfriend are all present in this next game.
With different types of tiles, multiple layouts and two styles of game play, this Mahjongg offering might well appeal.
As it approaches its one hundred year anniversary, John Buchan’s classic tale of murder and spies makes its appearance on the Windows PC platform.
Two methods of listening to music, first a rather nice Bluetooth speaker that can also work with a 3.5mm lead. Second a pair of earbuds from Sony that seem to stay in place without swelling the ear canal as so many do for me.
Time to enter into the spirit (no pun intended) of the game as you attempt to solve murders committed in two different locations and time periods.
A trip to India in search of the reason why people are disappearing as you switch between a male and female character is on the cards with this next game.
Up until recently I was of the firm opinion that the living room in my home was of a reasonable size. Now, however, I am not so sure. The arrival of a product from Samsung has put a different perspective on how I regard my personal living space.
Ever received an invitation for an event that happened years ago? If so then you will feel at home with the opening of this next game.
As technology advances, data stored on legacy devices needs to be transferred to the latest format to ensure the content continues to be readily available.
A last minute invitation saw me attending the launch event for Kobo’s latest eReader device.
Witches never seem to rate highly on most people's popularity lists. Part of this unloved quality could be down to the actions of the Snow Queen, a central character in this next game.
The Boxee Box could be regarded as a hybrid product. D-Link, the source of this particular offering, has combined the free Boxee media software with its own hardware kit in order to offer the user a solution to the conundrum of creating a home-based media centre for their entertainment needs.
Why would some unknown person murder a travelling opera singer? It is up to you to solve the crime by playing a series of Match-3 boards.
Rather than give this next product an easy-to-remember name, its developers have opted for the model number of i2360P.
Asked to list the top ten world influencing events of the past 50 years, I am sure many, if not all, would include the event that happened on the 22nd November 1963.