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Northern Tale 4
Northern Tale 4
Nightfall: An Edgar Allan Poe Mystery
Nightfall: An Edgar Allan Poe Mystery
Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir
Witchcraft: The Lotus Elixir
Village Quest
Village Quest
Fright
Fright
Lost Legends: The Weeping Woman Collector's Edition
Lost Legends: The Weeping Woman Collector's Edition
Dark Parables: Ballad of Rapunzel
Dark Parables: Ballad of Rapunzel
Sable Maze: Forbidden Garden Collector's Edition
Sable Maze: Forbidden Garden Collector's Edition
Floria
Floria
Aztec Venture
Aztec Venture

12 Labours of Hercules II: The Cretan Bull
12 Labours of Hercules II: The Cretan Bull
Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams
Reflections of Life: Tree of Dreams
Nevertales: Shattered Image Collector's Edition
Nevertales: Shattered Image Collector's Edition
Sea of Lies: Nemesis
Sea of Lies: Nemesis
Ominous Objects: Family Portrait Collector's Edition
Ominous Objects: Family Portrait Collector's Edition
The Other Side: Tower of Souls
The Other Side: Tower of Souls
The House on Usher
The House on Usher
Sharpe Investigations: Death on the Seine
Sharpe Investigations: Death on the Seine
Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms
Dreampath: The Two Kingdoms
Dead Reckoning: Silvermoon Isle Collector's Edition
Dead Reckoning: Silvermoon Isle Collector's Edition

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  • Death Pages: Ghost LibraryDeath Pages: Ghost Library —January 26, 2013— What is the most romantic, and at the same time, most tragic story in Western literature? No doubt about it, the answer is the story of Romeo and Juliet which, since it was first staged in the 16th century, has spawned countless adaptations in theaters, movies, television, ballet, operas, and now casual games. Despite the ominous sounding title, Death Pages: Ghost Library, the latest adventure hybrid from Elephant Games, is less about ghosts and death and more about living vicariously through one of William Shakespeare's most well known works.
  • The Tribloos 2The Tribloos 2 —January 19, 2013— The Tribloos 2 from Bumpkin Brothers is a sequel to the 2011 simulation/time management game The Tribloos. Set in a 2D world starring energetic and eternally optimistic creatures, you'll guide the fuzzballs on a quest to discover the origins of some troubling storms looming near the island. What they find beyond the clouds, however, isn't quite what they expected!
  • Grim Tales: The Stone QueenGrim Tales: The Stone Queen —January 13, 2013— Magic and mystery, much to the displeasure of many, is not as ever-present as is should be. On one hand that fact makes reality seem far too dreary, but on the other, it might be for the best that power of that nature isn't lurking around every corner. In the newest installment of Elephant Games' Grim Tales series, Grim Tales: The Stone Queen, this is made very clear. In this hidden object puzzle adventure mystery game, it's easy to realize why magic and supernatural powers can be a grim alternative to the mundane normalcy of bill paying and chores.
  • Lake House: Children of SilenceLake House: Children of Silence —January 11, 2013— Lake House: Children of Silence is a casual adventure game from Alawar that involves a young couple, a mysterious death, a kidnapping, some really creepy goings-on, and, naturally, a lake house. It all begins in the cafe with an awkward wedding proposal met by a cold reaction from the would-have-been bride-to-be. When she explains that someone broke into your house and burned/scratched you out of the photo albums, you can understand why she's so freaked out. And you should be too, seeing as how there's a masked man who may or may not be Ann's long-dead brother following you around. At least the proposal will be a day to remember!
  • Nightmare Realm: In the End...Nightmare Realm: In the End... —January 4, 2013— In this direct sequel to the original dark fantasy title, Kathleen and her daughter Emily thought they'd escape the bizarre otherworld and mysterious legacy left to Emily by her dead father. But a letter ten years later as Emily is preparing to go off on her own forces the family to realise they must confront and uncover the dark truth behind dreams and nightmares in this stunning hidden-object adventure.
  • Big Fish Games' Customer Favorites Awards Sale!Big Fish Games' Customer Favorites Awards Sale! —December 29, 2012— 2012 is wrapping up, but don't put it away in the attic just yet! Big Fish Games is celebrating with their Customer Favorites Awards sale, over 60 games chosen by customer votes to satisfy your taste for great games... on a budget! From now until January 3rd, enter code WINNER at checkout for any one (or more!) of these great games to get it for $4.99USD (excluding Collector's Editions.)
  • Detective Quest: The Crystal SlipperDetective Quest: The Crystal Slipper —December 23, 2012— I don't know about you, but every now and then I get bored with all the paranormal mysteries and long for something smothered in fairy dust and happily ever afters. Luckily for anyone with the same desires Elephant Games has found that star we all wished on and made Detective Quest: The Crystal Slipper, an enchanting hidden object puzzle adventure game that will bring that Disney themed twinkle to your eye. Sadly, you won't be the princess in this tale, but instead a Detective trying to help that silly Prince Charming get his lady love.
  • Phantasmat: Crucible PeakPhantasmat: Crucible Peak —December 9, 2012— The ski trip of your dreams to the Alps turns into a freezing nightmare when an avalanche strands you cold and lonely, far from civilization and help. A remote ski resort seems like your best chance for rescue, but it quickly becomes clear that there's something strange about the residents, and they might not have your best interests at heart. ERS Game Studio takes the reins for this spiritual sequel to the original hidden-object adventure.
  • Brink of Consciousness: The Lonely Hearts MurdersBrink of Consciousness: The Lonely Hearts Murders —November 30, 2012— Owen's daughter Olivia has gone missing, and with a murderer known as the Lonely Hearts Killer stalking the streets, he fears the worst. Together with his friend Logan, the detective in charge of the case, he'll have to uncover a twisted web of lies, betrayal, and messy shoe closets in this gorgeous hidden-object mystery thriller adventure packed with tons of fully animated and voiced scenes.
  • Death Upon an Austrian Sonata: A Dana Knightstone NovelDeath Upon an Austrian Sonata: A Dana Knightstone Novel —November 24, 2012— Feel like an inexpensive trip to Austria? Maybe you're craving a tragic mystery that needs unraveling? Boomzap has returned with a new installment in the hidden object puzzle mystery adventure Dana Knightstone series: Death Upon an Austrian Sonata: A Dana Knightstone Novel! With a sprinkling of romance gone wrong thrown in, this is already shaping up to be a great romp into the European countryside.
  • Journey: The Heart of GaiaJourney: The Heart of Gaia —November 23, 2012— Liz's life is quiet and ordinary until a mysterious stranger appears to whisk her away to a colorful fantasy world where nothing is ever at all dull or mundane. Now you need to collect fragments and other objects to solve puzzles and find your way home in this gameplay stuffed adventure hybrid which is sort of like the Wizard of Oz. Except steampunk. And with a sarcastic, more cynical Dorothy.
  • Mystery Case Files: Shadow LakeMystery Case Files: Shadow Lake —November 20, 2012— The foggy town of Bitterford, Maine, has been deserted for decades after a devastating earthquake, and rumours of hauntings makes it the perfect location to film a little low-budget ghost hunting. But when the show's psychic consultant calls you in to help, you find the rest of the team wants nothing to do with it, and discover that the secrets held in quiet Bitterford may be more ancient, and more deadly, than you're prepared for. A hidden-object adventure packed with top-notch production values, scares aplenty, and Cassandra. Lots and lots of Cassandra. *sigh*
  • Forbidden Secrets: Alien TownForbidden Secrets: Alien Town —November 18, 2012— Heart pounding, your raspy breath echoes in your ears amidst the sound of alarms and the inevitable ticking of a countdown clock. Swiftly you run to the nearest escape pod as time quickly slips away. Heels clatter amongst the throbbing of your heart and the wailing of the alarm as you dive into a handy escape pod and fly away from the mother-ship seconds before detonation. What is going on? The scene shifts to 24 hours earlier...That thrilling opening sequence belongs to the latest adventure hybrid from Alawar Games, Forbidden Secrets: Alien Town, and it's just the beginning of a rollicking good ride through a pastiche of nearly every sci-fi and horror cliche of the past 50 years.
  • Haunted Legends: The Undertaker —November 16, 2012— When a sleepy coastal town suddenly starts seeing a whole lot of funerals every day, it'd be alarming enough without the cause of those funerals being ZOMBIES. In this bizarre but entertaining hidden-object adventure, uncover the secret of a family heirloom and the mystery behind an amulet that brings an undertaker's wishes for prosperity to fruition in the worst way possible.
  • Unfinished Tales: Illicit LoveUnfinished Tales: Illicit Love —November 11, 2012— If you grew up with the story of Thumbelina, you know her as a tiny woman who lived through many adventures before finding her one true love, the flower fairy prince who became her husband. What the classic fairy tale doesn't get into are the trials and tribulations she suffered after she found her prince. Fortunately Elephant Games has stepped in with a charming new adventure hybrid, Unfinished Tales: Illicit Love, and covered the gap after the romance and before the wedding, which of course is imperiled by an evil witch queen. Seriously, it's not a fairy tale without one.
  • Mystery of the Ancients: Curse of the BlackwaterMystery of the Ancients: Curse of the Blackwater —November 10, 2012— What do you get when you cross a potential Stephen King novel with a pinch of Indiana Jones, minus the Nazis? Not aliens. Better, I promise! You get the newest Mariaglorum game; Mystery of the Ancients: Curse of the Blackwater. This thrilling new hidden object puzzle adventure game is not only a new release by the team but also the newest installment in the Mystery of the Ancients series. And to get this out of the way: no, Shia Lebeouf has not decided to play a misunderstood rebel.
  • Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Cursed WeddingShadow Wolf Mysteries: Cursed Wedding —November 3, 2012— Veronica's family's bloody legacy won't leave her alone, even when she travels all the way to Paris to get married and start anew. When she spies a hulking beast that can only be the werewolf that has hunted her for so long lurking around the family estate, she calls you, desperate for your help in bringing an end to the danger once and for all in this gorgeous hidden-object adventure.
  • Abyss: The Wraiths of EdenAbyss: The Wraiths of Eden —November 2, 2012— Exploring a ravaged underwater utopia sounds like a great idea, right? No? But, think of all the interesting structures, the possessions that were once owned by people slowly rusting away, the great chance of seeing a shark and getting a great picture! Oh, and there are some sinister hooded figures that seem to enjoy causing havoc and destruction and may possibly have intentions to kill you, but that's such a small nuisance. I'm sure you wouldn't even notice it! For the daring protagonist in Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden, the new hidden object puzzle adventure horror game from Artifex Mundi, it's probably a bigger nuisance than she anticipated.
  • Twilight Phenomena: The Lodgers of House 13Twilight Phenomena: The Lodgers of House 13 —October 28, 2012— A spontaneous decision to rent a room in a stately old manor in the country takes a turn for the bizarre when you witness a girl abducted by a giant monkey before your very eyes and soon discover you're locked inside. With the help of a holographic cat, it's up to you to discover why the previous tenants at 13 Darwin Lane have quite literally lost their heads (and avoid losing their own) in this sublimely strange adventure from ERS Game Studios.
  • Botanica: Into the UnknownBotanica: Into the Unknown —October 27, 2012— Step into the unknown to adventure in a secret world of unusual flora and fauna. Here, you follow in the footsteps of your father, "The Crazy Dr. Wright," while helping a village which is struggling against its oppressive queen and joining forces with Ian, a scientist who is also trapped in this strange land along with you. Throughout your adventure, you'll enjoy an extremely diverse assortment of minigames and fresh twists on hidden object scenes that will make you rethink the genre. As multifarious as the unusual flora and fauna of its verdant environment, Botanica: Into the Unknown is fresh and full of new discoveries.
  • Northern TaleNorthern Tale —October 21, 2012— Realore Studios knows a thing or two about the road building resource management genre. The team has produced several great hits, including All My Gods and the unusually unique Adelantado Trilogy: Book One. Now, with the release of Northern Tale, we return to the world of myth and magic to save a viking kingdom from the wrath of an evil witch. And what better way to cleanse the land than by working your way through stage after stage, busting up piles of rocks and collecting hunks of meat sitting on the ground?!
  • Mystery Trackers: Four AcesMystery Trackers: Four Aces —October 14, 2012— The town of Brightfield is under siege by bizarre creatures that shouldn't exist in nature, and a sinister conspiracy is afoot. You arrive at the snowbound town to find that not everyone managed to make the evacuation... and you're not alone. Or wanted. Elephant Games delivers another stellar cinematic hidden-object adventure packed with strange sights, twists and turns, and will keep you wrapped up in your sleuthing for quite some time.
  • The Chronicles of Emerland SolitaireThe Chronicles of Emerland Solitaire —October 13, 2012— As a young wizard, the fate of the four kingdoms falls upon your shoulders in The Chronicles of Emerland Solitaire. Travel the four kingdoms, gaining companions on your way to defeat Seth before he destroys the magical amulets that keep the kingdoms in balance. WIth card bonuses, beautiful artwork, and hidden object scenes, playing solitaire has never been so much fun.
  • Dark Arcana: The CarnivalDark Arcana: The Carnival —October 12, 2012— Search through the mirrored dimension, where the ordinary world is twisted and unsettling, on a quest to stop a romantic tragedy from unleashing an evil pact. During your adventure through a surreal realm, you'll encounter an intriguing assortment of strange sights as well as plenty of interactive hidden object scenes and puzzles until you reach the final confrontation with an ancient evil power. Will you discover the secrets of the dark carnival?
  • Lost HeadLost Head —October 5, 2012— Franken-Stitch has lost his head in this physics puzzle game available for your mobile device or as a computer download. Tap your way through obstacle courses of pulleys, trampolines, fans and more to reunite him with his happy little noggin. Use realistic physics and interactive objects on numerous challenging levels spanning multiple themed chapters.
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