Check out Gamezebo's strategy guide for Mr. Jones' Graveyard Shift.It may not be that complicated to just run a graveyard, but it might be harder to do so as efficient and profitable as possible. We hope that you will find some help and useful hints for playing Mr. Jones' Graveyard Shift even more successfully.General Tips:At the opening screen of the game, you can only click on "Start" to either choose an existing profile or to create a new one: You...
- Zombies, vampires and all kinds of monsters seem to be the latest thing not only in casual gaming, but in pop culture as a whole. In Dead Hungry Diner the player accompanies Gabe and Gabby, twins who have been raised in an orphanage, who feed a vast number of monsters to save their hometown Ravenwood. How this game easily surpasses similarly themed games in the genre, you can read in this review.
- January might be an unusual month to release a Halloween-themed time management game, but Alawar did just that with Spooky Mall. Young Alice has to repay her student's loan, so she does not even hesitate to take a job offer which requires her to work at midnight at a very interesting mall. The concept of the game certainly sounds good, but I can already tell you that a lot of players might be in for a disappointment.
- The North American gold rush was a time of both excitement and danger. In Alawar's The Golden Years: Way Out West, Gertrude unexpectedly experience the adventure of their lives when her husband Samuel is imprisoned because of debts and she has to travel through the country on her quest to find gold. Vacation Mogul, The Golden Years can best be described as a hybrid of adventure, building sim, and resource management - and it's both fun and unique.
- It is the Middle Ages, people are starving, and previously glorious cities and villages lie in ruins. That is the simple but endearing premise of Be A King: Golden Empire, the newest part of a series by developer Rake In Grass. This series is definitely improving, but still misses the mark in a few respects.
- When I first read the name Vampires vs. Zombies I immediately thought that there finally would be a sequel to Popcap's famous Plants vs. Zombies. To my surprise this new release by Alawar turned out to be a very different take on the Farm Frenzy formula, basically a humorous mash up of True Blood and Dawn of the Dead. I have to admit that I grew tired of the Farm Frenzy series a couple of years ago, but to my relief this game's approach feels really fresh and exciting.
- Reviewing any Delicious title is not easy, since there is only a limited number of praising adjectives and phrases - and in the end a review should not be mere advertisement, should it? Regardless, Delicious: Emily's True Love is no exception to the high quality we're used to in this series. In this newest release, the player not only sees Emily's own restaurant in Snuggford for the first time, but will also try to help her find her true love.
- Alawar's Rescue Team 2 is the the newest addition to an ever-growing number of resource management titles. The goal is to rescue injured or threatened citizens and to rebuild large parts of a variety of islands that have been struck by a series of natural disasters. We definitely had some issues with itspredecessor, and for the most part those flaws haven't been addressed in the sequel.