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Big Fish Games' Customer Favorites Awards Sale!


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Big Fish Games' Customer Favorites Awards Sale!

Should old games be forgot? Heck no, and it's got nothing to do with auld lang syne, it's because they're awesome. Here at JayisGames' Casual Gameplay HQ, in perpetual orbit around the TARDIS (he hasn't chased us off yet), we play and review a lot of games. Like, a lot. And when it comes to casual download games, the games you'd need to put down your cold, hard bits/rupees/gold dubloons for, we take those reviews very seriously and make sure we're only telling you about the best. Which means Big Fish Games' Customer Favorites Sale is our chance to shine the Spotlight on Stupendousness on our favourite titles, and save you a pretty penny in the process!

From now until January 3rd, 2013 (the future), enter code WINNER at checkout to get each game on the Customer Favourites Award list of 60 games for just $4.99USD (excluding Collector's Editions). "But Dora," you say, blinking back dewy tears of desperation, "how do I know which are the best of the best?" Well, never fear, gentle reader, because here are a few of the ones we recommend the most!

Life Quest 2: MetropovilleLove casual simulations? Big Fish Games doesn't just sell games... they make them too! And when it comes to simulations like Life Quest 2: Metropoville, they make them pretty darn addicting. In this sequel to the original, you'll create and manage the life of your avatar from start to finish, including school, career, and maybe even twu wuv. Check out our review for more details!

Shiver: PoltergeistLove horror? Nobody really thinks of hidden-object adventures as being, you know, genuinely scary, but let Artogon Games disabuse you of that notion with the finely crafted creepshow that is Shiver: Poltergeist. Turns out the property our hero inherits has some very nasty things that go bump in the night, and they're none too happy with him taking up residence. While not as relentlessly terrifying as Shiver: Vanishing Hitchhiker, this game features an intriguing story, frights both big and little, and some stunning production values. Check out our review for more details!

Mystery Trackers: Four AcesLove sci-fi mystery thrillers? Elephant Games' Mystery Trackers series of hidden-object adventures is one of the few series I might get into fisticuffs over someone besmirching, because with their tremendous creativity and dedication to story, excitement, and wild plot twists, they're some of the best casual games around. Mystery Trackers: Four Aces is no different as you venture into a snowbound village that was ordered to evacuate after unsettling hybrid beasts beset it, and wind up stumbling onto a conspiracy full of freaky mutations and betrayal that would make Albert Wesker proud. Check out our review for more details!

Christmas Stories: NutcrackerLove holiday fairy-tales? Christmas might be done and dusted for the year, but Elephant Games' Christmas Stories: Nutcracker is one seriously stunning hidden-object adventure any day of the year! Taking on the classic, beloved story with a twist, you'll help a prince defeat the wretched Rat King with three noble heroes (the Nutcracker, a candle, and a cuddly kitten) backing you up. Elephant Games always delivers quality, and Christmas Stories: Nutcracker might be one of their biggest, best titles to date with gorgeous visuals, hours of gameplay, and an all-around phenomenal holiday experience no matter how old you are. Check out our review for more details!

Want more? How about...

Mystery Case Files: Shadow Lake Dark Parables: The Red Riding Hood Sisters Spirits of Mystery: Song of the Phoenix Puppetshow: Return to Joyville Living Legends: Ice Rose Kingdom Chronicles Burger Bustle: Ellie's Organics Jo's Dream: Organic Coffee Awakening: The Skyward Castle Final Cut: Death on the Silver Screen Royal Detective: Lord of Statues Witch Hunters: Stolen Beauty Fabled Legends: The Dark Piper The Agency of Anomalies: Cinderstone Orphanage The Agency of Anomalies: The Last Performance 
Death Upon an Austrian Sonata: A Dana Knightstone Novel Surface: The Noise She Couldn't Make Mystery Trackers: Black Isle Grim Tales: The Wishes Echoes of the Past: The Revenge of the Witch Witches' Legacy: The Charleston Curse Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Cursed Wedding Fierce Tales: The Dog's Heart Gothic Fiction: Dark Saga Criminal Minds Sable Maze: Sullivan River Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart Redemption Cemetery: Grave Testimony Dark Dimensions: Wax Beauty The Chronicles of Emerland Solitaire
(Use code: WINNER at checkout for discount)


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