On board a spooky, deserted ship, one detective must uncover the mysteries behind an ancient curse.
When death comes for us, it is time to cross over to a new existence in the afterlife. But sometimes souls get stuck somewhere in between, no longer living but for some reason unable to cross over to the other side. It’s a fasc...
The Cursed Ship offers an engrossing story that serves well to pull players into the plight of the Ondine and its inhabitants. There is a lot of wandering back and forth, which takes some time in a game with so many areas to ...
Tales from the Dragon Mountain 2: the Lair continues you the adventure of Mina Lockhart and her confrontations with the evil Strix as they battle for the fate of the world. A wide variety of mini games helps keep things cha...
9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek is an interesting game that offers a variety of different types of play to keep things fresh and add variety. Detective Mode is a nice addition that really adds to the ambiance of the game...
Paranormal Agency: The Ghosts of Wayne Mansion offers some solid hidden object fun in the form of a spooky ghost mansion experience that introduces you to a whole cast of trapped spirits, each with their own sad story. There ...
9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek is an engaging hidden object adventure that keeps the action casual with puzzles that are interesting but not overly challenging. There are a variety of puzzle types to keep things fresh,...
Nightmares From the Deep: The Siren’s Call is an engaging game that offers a lot of game play in a casual atmosphere. With a variety of options available to those who don’t want too much of a challenge, it’s a great game for ...
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