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- Treasure Epic is a Facebook-based tile-matching game that revolves around hunting for priceless treasures. Treasure hunting is cool, but Treasure Epic's actual gameplay is typical of a Facebook title: common as dirt. It's not a poor game by any means, but it's less like gold jewelry and more like the brass-plated trinkets that line your Auntie Etta's shelves. It's fun to poke at, but you're already familiar with all of the dust-packed nooks and crannies.
- NatGeo: World of Secrets is a hidden object game fused with a quest-based simulation title, all playable right in your browser window. It features open-ended gameplay that lets you search and travel wherever you like, just as long as you find the items you need in order to proceed. Even though the gameplay focuses a little too much on repetition, you always feel like you're making progress towards a bigger goal.
- World of Western is the kind of social strategy game that you'd expect a guy like me to love. I might be fat and chained to a computer during most of my waking hours these days, but once upon a time I was a cowboy on the ranches of Texas - spurs, chaps, and even a slightly bowlegged walk. Alas, this is no Red Dead Redemption. World of Western's heart is in the right place, what with its rifle toting buckaroos and friendly Native Americans patrolling digital Tombstones, but in execution it bears far too many resemblances to the many other city-building-meets-combat games that have been popping up on Facebook lately.
- Life on the high seas is dangerous, especially if you're a robot pirate. Even if the law doesn't string you up, a little bit of sea-spray will corrode you as surely as acid. What's a robot sea-dog to do? Why, live life to the fullest, of course! That means taking down your enemies, picking over the skeletal remains of their ships, and then using that scrap to make your own ship the biggest, ugliest, floating fortress that ever sailed across Neptune's front lawn.
- There are a lot of digital CCGs out there that use the "cards feeding into other cards" formula to great effect. It's an interesting system of upgrading and enhancing, but it begins to feel like a production line after a while. AtlanticaS changes things up a little bit by treating each card as an individual character, one dimensional though they might be. It doesn't exactly reinvent the genre, but it adds its own brand of charm to the mix by doing so.
- Somewhere, maybe in that warehouse at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark, is a list of features that would make for the perfect mobile fantasy MMORPG. Alchemy Knights by 6waves Lolapps manages to check off a lot of items that are on that list (or would be, if the top men ever find it), but it doesn't put them together as smoothly as you'd like.
- Does anyone else remember when treasure hunting games were all the rage on Facebook a few years back? Games like Treasure Isle, where you'd click square by square as you "explored" territory, trying to complete collections of items? Ruby Skies takes that idea and tries to evolve it, and while it's not much of an evolution, the end result proves to be surprisingly addictive.
- Can friendship bloom on a battlefield? Maybe that depends on the battlefield and the type of war being fought. For example, a battle of wits and knowledge might not yield as many hard feelings as a battle of blades and bullets, but many of us still like our intellectual fights to have a bit of a nip. Battle Sudoku Against Friends from 6waves is a good compromise. It's built on the serene basics of Sudoku, but it throws in a dash of sabotage and a few land mines.