Monday, July 27, 2009

News: Dillinger and Mahjong Towers Eternity!

Today, Big Fish Games released a new hidden objects game!


  • Style: Early 1900s look and feel; very classy
  • Hidden objects scene graphics: 3D sculpted
  • Timed?: choose between timed and untimed modes
  • Hint system: 3 per scene
  • Music: excellent, and very fitting; honky-tonk piano and small ensemble music; some jazz
  • Theme: bank robbery - you're the bad guy (in a supposedly Robin Hood kind of way)
  • Objects per scene: 10
  • Extras: 9 hidden wanted posters and 9 hidden coins per bank- find them all for extra money; find hidden vault icons to gain extra time on safe-cracking
  • Penalty for wrong clicks: yes, after 3 wrong clicks
  • Mini games: Prevent bank patrons from escaping; safe-cracking
  • Bonuses/upgrades: yes; you can spend money to hire extra thugs to give you benefits in various parts of the game

Playing Amazing Heists: Dillinger was like a drink of fresh water in the Hidden Objects department. The theme was well planned, and everything - from text fonts to music - contributes to the setting and style of the game. And, contrary to the norm, the writing seems like it was actually written by someone who knows how to write well in English. I question the nature of the theme a bit - I don't necessarily like taking on the role of a rampant bank robber, but in the midst of a flood of rehashed mysteries and boring plots, this hidden objects game delivers something unique, and it does it with class.

To get it, click the image below:

Today's Daily Deal for $2.99 is Mahjong Tower Eternity. But why spend $2.99 when you can get it for FREE right here? If you like Mahjong, this game should keep you busy for a long, long time.

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