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Vermillion Watch: Moorgate Accord
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Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's Metzengerstein Collector's Edition
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Solitaire Detective: Framed
Dark Dimensions: Blade Master
Dark Dimensions: Blade Master
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League of Light: The Gatherer Collector's Edition
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Knifflis
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Hidden Clues: New York
Mystika 3: Awakening of the Dragons
Mystika 3: Awakening of the Dragons
Midnight Calling: Jeronimo
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Cursed Cases: Murder at the Maybard Estate Collector's Edition
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The Keeper of Antiques: The Revived Book
Dark Parables: The Swan Princess and The Dire Tree Collector's Edition
Dark Parables: The Swan Princess and The Dire Tree Collector's Edition
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Forgotten Places: Regained Castle
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Vengeance: Lost Love
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Dreampath: Curse of the Swamps

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Great Adventures: <br />Lost in Mountains Once in a while a game comes along that, well, you don't really know how to describe. Great Adventures: Lost in Mountains is one of those games. Designed by Fenomen Games, Great Adventures is advertised as a time management game. Actually, it's more like a casual sim. No, it's more like a point-and-click adventure with casual sim and time management elements. But really, it plays like a room escape game with RPG and hidden object elements. See? Difficult to describe. Basically, all of the above is incorporated to make one wildly fun, inventive game.

Escape the Museum 2 Adventure/hidden object hybrid Escape the Museum creates a tense, tight, wonderful experience that can be enjoyed by the entire family. Escape the Museum is a colorful, wild ride that tops the original in just about every aspect. So buckle up, find that map, charge your cell phone, unleash your inner MacGuyver, and get ready to navigate your way through a collapsing city. Just ignore the homeless guy following you around like a lost puppy. Really, he's there to help.

Lost in the City Ever wanted to combine a hidden object game with a riddle-centric room escape title? Like strawberries and bananas, the two genres go together remarkably well, as Elephant Games' Lost in the City eloquently showcases. Steeped in mystery, you travel from room to room finding items, solving puzzles, deciphering riddles and completing simple mini-games as you unravel a particularly intriguing storyline filled with strange plot twists.

Confined For those who enjoyed the previously reviewed Ambivalence, there's a brand new game, Confined, just released today from the same Japanese developer, FonGeBooN. This appears to be a fairly standard point-and-click room escape game until you dig a little deeper. From what I can tell so far, pixel hunting is minimal (though present), instead the focus is on puzzle solving, which is always a plus when it comes to games like this.

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