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  • Should I buy this game/What game should I get next?

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    Originally posted by Swimmergirl
    Which Game Should I Get Next or Should I Get This Game???
    These types of threads aren’t allowed unfortunately.
    We have about 30,000 members on here. With probably close to 30,000 different opinions as to which game is better than which other game.

    And none of us know you as well as you know you.

    But the beauty, wonder, and glory of this forum is that we have those Game Reviews for each game.

    So my suggestion to you - and everyone else - is to consider what type of mysteries interest you.

    Westerns? Then take a gander at the Game Reviews for The Secret of Shadow Ranch and Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon.

    Spooky locations? Then pop into the Game Reviews for Message in a Haunted Mansion, Curse of Blackmoor Manor, The Haunting of Castle Malloy or Ghost of Thornton Hall.

    Historical stuff? Maybe stop by the Game Reviews for Treasure in the Royal Tower, Secret of the Scarlet Hand or Tomb of the Lost Queen.

    Outdoors stuff like the beach or snow? Then stop by the Game Reviews for White Wolf of Icicle Creek, Creature of Kapu Cave, Danger on Deception Island, and The Shattered Medallion.

    Are you interested in acting or drama? Then swing by the Game Reviews for Stay Tuned for Danger or The Final Scene.

    How about Fashion? Then stop by the Game Reviews for Danger by Design.

    Maybe you don’t have a whole lot of time and want to play a game that moves pretty quickly. So maybe read the Game Reviews for The Haunted Carousel, Secret of the Old Clock or Alibi in Ashes.

    Is it a dark and stormy night out? In the mood for something kinda spooky? Give Legend of the Crystal Skull a try.

    Maybe you find international crime of interest or learning a different language. Try reading the reviews on The Phantom of Venice, Shadow at the Water's Edge or The Silent Spy.

    What about a tropical get-a-way? Check out the reviews for Ransom of the Seven Ships.

    Are you interested in science and the way electricity works? Do some research on The Deadly Device.

    Do you enjoy the high school scene and the drama that can go on? Read the reviews for Secrets Can Kill where it all began, Secrets Can Kill (REMASTERED) or Warnings at Waverly Academy.

    How about ancient legends, with recurring visits from a frightening creature? Check out the reviews for The Captive Curse.

    Are you fascinated by stormy weather and nature? Learn more playing Ghost Dogs of Moon Lake and Trail of the Twister. Or check out the reviews first.

    What if you only have a few hours to spare and want to try something completely different from the Adventure series? Check out the Dossiers games: Lights, Camera, Curses! and Resorting to Danger.



    That’s why these review boards are here - so that people can look in them and see what others thought about the games to help steer you in the right direction.
    Last edited by Rianna; May 18th, 2014, 07:32 AM.
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