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Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Gathering Collector's Edition
Saga of the Nine Worlds: The Gathering Collector's Edition
Ominous Objects: The Cursed Guards
Ominous Objects: The Cursed Guards
Haunted Hotel: Personal Nightmare Collector's Edition
Haunted Hotel: Personal Nightmare Collector's Edition
Fables of the Kingdom II
Fables of the Kingdom II
Darkness and Flame: Missing Memories Collector's Edition
Darkness and Flame: Missing Memories Collector's Edition
Alicia Griffith: Lakeside Murder
Alicia Griffith: Lakeside Murder
Ruby Maze Adventure 2
Ruby Maze Adventure 2
Fear For Sale: Hidden in the Darkness
Fear For Sale: Hidden in the Darkness
Bonfire Stories: The Faceless Gravedigger Collector's Edition
Bonfire Stories: The Faceless Gravedigger Collector's Edition
Griddlers: Tropical Delight
Griddlers: Tropical Delight

Fruit Lockers Reborn! 2
Fruit Lockers Reborn! 2
Alicia Quatermain: Secrets Of The Lost Treasures Collector's Edition
Alicia Quatermain: Secrets Of The Lost Treasures Collector's Edition
Secrets of Magic 2: Witches and Wizards
Secrets of Magic 2: Witches and Wizards
Marie Antoinette's Solitaire
Marie Antoinette's Solitaire
Endless Fables: Frozen Path
Endless Fables: Frozen Path
Reflections of Life: Hearts Taken Collector's Edition
Reflections of Life: Hearts Taken Collector's Edition
Phantasmat: Mournful Loch
Phantasmat: Mournful Loch
Griddlers: 12 labors of Hercules
Griddlers: 12 labors of Hercules
Redemption Cemetery: Embodiment of Evil Collector's Edition
Redemption Cemetery: Embodiment of Evil Collector's Edition
Magic Cards Solitaire 2: The Fountain of Life
Magic Cards Solitaire 2: The Fountain of Life

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9: The Dark Side of Notre Dame Explore one of the world's greatest architectural wonders while solving a kidnapping and helping a modern day Quasimodo and Esmeralda in Play Favorite Games' stunning sequel to 9: The Dark Side.

9: The Dark Side Dark, grim, and filled with ghosts. Yes, that's what most adventure/hidden object hybrids seem to be these days. But that's not necessarily a bad thing, especially if it's done really, really well. There's a new developer out there, Play Favorite Games, that has taken up the challenge and done just that with 9: The Dark Side, a spooky exploration of a cursed castle and town that delivers just about every bell and whistle you could ask for.

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