Dare you enter an old house where warlocks practiced their art in a by-gone age.
Joining forces with an enemy can help defeat an even larger opposing force.
Can you solve the mystery of the missing archaeologist and understand a new language?
Available as part of the BlackLime series of titles, Malice: Two Sisters belongs to the Hidden Object genre of games. Developed by Game Devo, this title is based around a Boarding School mystery as your character searches for her missing sister.
Can you find the missing parts of an invention and rescue your brother?
This early example of Hidden Object game play turns friends into enemies.
When looking for assistance when solving a crime in the countryside, who better to ask than a fox.
Are you ready to set out on a journey to discover the four elements that could save the world?
Social Services come to the rescue as an evil politician searched for a child with psychic powers.
Once pandemic restrictions are removed, there might be a need for a new airport.
While some may be content to listen to music on their phone or in their car there are those who want more from their streaming service like better quality output to be enjoyed through quality headphones or speakers and there Deezer have solutions for you with their Hi-Fi service that also offers some recordings in 360 degree surround sound.
Can you answer the call and stop the threats affecting the Livingstone family?
A pair of good quality speakers sold as ‘True Wireless Speakers’ which they are but they can also be used with RCA sockets, Optical, 3.5mm socket and even USB stick. Or course you still need power but by default when you power on they will default to receiving their signals via Bluetooth. Here they can also be used separately should you wish to.
Keeping you busy while visiting European cities is the game of Mahjong.
The Spirit of Revenge - Unrecognised Master is a Hidden Object Adventure game set in a village under the control of a malevolent spirit. This review is based on the Collector's Edition of this game developed by Vendel Games.
When packing your holiday case, don't forget your Hidden Object skills.
Lets take a trip to a world where Kings, Queens, Prince and Princesses rule from large castles while witches and fairies ply their trade in the constant battle between good and evil.
Rather than just looking at paintings, you can step inside them to explore what is happening.
Investigating crime can take up time as this next game proves.
Add to your Match-3 playing skills as you attempt to become a Potion Master.
The League of Light is an organisation who has managed to become involved in a number of investigations. In this particular case, the investigation involves a return to Blake's Mountain in responses to a worrying message from Hank Hunter who felt he was being followed by an unknown entity. As a League of Light detective, you are sent to investigate what will become know as the case of the Gatherer.
Following The Tree of Life, The Living Mountain continues the Amaranthine Voyage saga as it relates the further adventures of Professor Burns.
Looking for a holiday with a difference, then you might like to consider a visit to an Adventure Park.
This small heavily padded Tablet is something that should withstand rough treatment. There are three in the range with stories from recent Disney hits. There are other claims on the box that I could not always test as some external programs seem to require a controller that – after checking with the PR agency – I am told is not supplied.
Looking for new locations in which to arrange hidden objects, Casual Arts place you on board an ocean liner visiting various locations.
Do you trust a ghostly figure when you are searching for a missing friend pulled back in time or rely on your own instincts.
Can you act as the bridge and the groom to ensure they get to the wedding chapel?
When an old friend offers to help you find work, you should look before you leap.
Fancy a trip to Australia? This next offering from Lazy Turtle Games might seem like a possible inducement to make the trip but, somehow, I seriously doubt it. Yes you do get some interesting snippets regarding popular locations in the land of "down under" but, unless you have an overwhelming desire to cuddle a koala or play fisticuffs with a kangaroo, you might think "so what!"
Providing Match-3 action, this next game involves breaking a curse that is affecting the world of magic.