Gamezebo Archives - June 2011

Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix Walkthrough

Jun 27, 2011

Welcome to the Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix walkthrough on Gamezebo. Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix is a Hidden Object Game played on the PC created by Cateia Games. This walkthrough includes tips and tricks, helpful hints and a strategy guide on how to complete Tales from the Dragon Mountain: The Strix.

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Sunshine Cruise Lines Review: Sunshine Cruise Lines sets sail for fun

Jun 27, 2011

Even though it’s finally summer here in North America, you can’t help but remember that winter is always ready to come back and annoy us. Isn’t it time to start thinking about getting away from it all? Sunshine Cruise Lines lets you do all that, but from the comfort of your pocket. (Sorry, it’s a bit weird to find something to say about cruising at this time of year; just work with me here.)

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Nancy Drew: The Captive Curse Walkthrough

Jun 27, 2011

Welcome to the Nancy Drew: The Captive Curse walkthrough on Gamezebo. Nancy Drew: The Captive Curse is an adventure game played on the PC created by Her Interactive. This walkthrough includes tips and tricks, helpful hints, and a strategy guide for how to complete Nancy Drew: The Captive Curse.

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Pool Master 2 Review: Pool Master 2 offers some interesting twists on pool, but as a Facebook game it’s a bit half-baked

Jun 27, 2011

Pool Master 2 is another one of Social Point’s Facebook games that feel more like a downloadable title, this time taking on the time-honored genre of PC pool games. Pool Master 2 turns pool into an attempt to get the highest score possible in two minutes of play. A player gains points for sinking shots into the pockets, with bonuses for combination shots and a penalty for scratching (that is, sinking the cue ball into a pocket). Power-ups appear in certain locations on certain tables, granting bonuses like extra time on the clock or the ability to make power shots.

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Continuity 2: The Continuation Review: Continuity 2: The Continuation continues the successful formula of its predecessor

Jun 27, 2011

Continuity 2 hurts my brain. It's one thing to have to navigate complicated, spike-riddled terrain. It's another thing entirely to have to alter the flow of entire rooms mid-jump so as to be able to land safely on a coin-laden ledge. Minimalist yet unique, Continuity 2 is the sequel to Continuity, a phenomenally awesome title that won the Best Student Game Award at the independent Games Festival 2010.

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The Fall Trilogy: Chapter 3 - Revelation Review: It may not be a revelation, but at least the final chapter finally provides some answers

Jun 26, 2011

It’s all come down to this. After two games that provided plenty of mysteries but virtually no answers, the third title in The Fall Trilogy finally wraps things up once and for all. But is it a satisfying conclusion? That’s up for debate. As the name implies, Revelation finally answers all of the questions from the previous games. It brings together three disparate locations and somehow makes sense of them. But even though you’re not left with any more questions when the credits start to roll, it’s hard not to feel as though the developers took the easy way out with this one.

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Bravado Waffle wants to turn their upcoming iOS game RoboArena into a board game

Jun 26, 2011

Bravado Waffle is certainly a company that has no problem living up to the first half of their name. After securing enough in Kickstarter funds to produce their first iOS game RoboArena, the company has already launched another Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for their second potential endeavour. The project? A board game adaptation of their upcoming Kickstarter-funded iOS game.

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Is Zynga planning on taking on The Sims?

Jun 26, 2011

As EA and Playfish gear up for the much-anticipated release of The Sims Social on Facebook, rumors are swirling that Zynga is already working on a competitive game, which may be called FamilyVille.

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Sunshine Cruise Lines Walkthrough

Jun 26, 2011

Sunshine Cruise Lines developed by IUGO Mobile Entertainment for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch is a great way to travel to dozens of beautiful locations in luxury. Purchase cabins for your cruise liner as well as expansions, restaurants, bars, gyms, saunas and more. Hire staff to work for you and earn money on each cruise while completing money making goals. Sometimes things happen and it will be up to you to keep things running smoothly. Gamezebo’s Sunshine Cruise Lines quick start strategy guide will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to play your best game.

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Super Crayon Review: Super Crayon is a novel Facebook action-puzzle game that’s let down by poor execution

Jun 26, 2011

Super Crayon doesn’t feel much like a Facebook game when you initially play it. The action-puzzle gameplay and bright minimalist graphics feel more like the sort of thing that a mobile developer would come up with for iOS or Android. The goal of the game is not to score attack or do anything else you’d usually do in a Facebook action game, but instead an arcade-style attempt to try and survive for as many levels as you can. You even get three lives each time you start a new session and can earn more lives by getting particularly high scores.

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