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Darkness and Flame: Born of Fire
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Elven Legend 3: The New Menace Collector's Edition
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Jewel Tree: Match It
Jewel Tree: Match It
Spirit of Revenge: Florry's Well
Spirit of Revenge: Florry's Well
Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala Collector's Edition
Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala Collector's Edition
Vermillion Watch: Moorgate Accord
Vermillion Watch: Moorgate Accord
Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's Metzengerstein Collector's Edition
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The Disappearing Runestones
Solitaire Detective: Framed
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Dark Dimensions: Blade Master
Dark Dimensions: Blade Master

Grim Legends 3: The Dark City Collector's Edition
Grim Legends 3: The Dark City Collector's Edition
Surface: Lost Tales
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League of Light: The Gatherer Collector's Edition
League of Light: The Gatherer Collector's Edition
Knifflis
Knifflis
Puzzle Galaxies
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Hidden Clues: New York
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Mystika 3: Awakening of the Dragons
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Midnight Calling: Jeronimo
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Cursed Cases: Murder at the Maybard Estate Collector's Edition
Cursed Cases: Murder at the Maybard Estate Collector's Edition
The Keeper of Antiques: The Revived Book
The Keeper of Antiques: The Revived Book

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Phantasmat When your car veers off the road one night following a bizarre episode, you have no choice but to seek help at the comfortingly named Drowned Dead Hotel despite the frantic warnings of one of the young women living there. It quickly becomes apparent that you're going to need more than a mechanic to get out, and both the crumbling hotel and nearby town hold more than their share of unpleasant little secrets. Codeminion's latest hidden-object adventure allows you to switch to match-3 on the fly if you don't like item searching, and also provides some genuinely creepy atmosphere to make one very engrossing game.

Brunhilda and the Dark Crystal In Brunhilda and the Dark Crystal, your fate-temptingly named heroine traverses a magical continent via teleportation, broom, dragon, flying ship, and more, collecting shards of the crystal. This team effort between Polish developers Codeminion and Twin Bottles features Mortimer Beckett-like hidden object game play and an outstanding fully voice-acted plot.

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