Saturday, December 30, 2006

Super Granny 3

PC | Action/Puzzle | 22Mb

Granny is off on an all-new adventure! After her troubled tropical trip, Super Granny is dropped into her most ambitious adventure yet, a run-down European theme park where she must rescue her arch-nemesis, the evil Dr. Meow, from the clutches of his even-more dastardly master, Mr. Fang. With the help of over 30 all-new interactive items Granny will run, dig, climb and float through 5 new worlds with over 200 levels of puzzle-solving, item-tossing, hilariously addictive fun!

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me
Memory: 64 MB
DirectX: 7 or above
CPU: P400
Internet: Active Internet Connection


Jewels of Cleopatra

PC | Puzzle | 25Mb

It's a mesmerizing puzzler with a creative twist that won't just have you matching tiles, you'll be adventuring through them! As archaeologist Dr. Felicity Turnstone, you must make your way through hidden tombs and underground catacombs, matching tiles to clear your path. Your task is complicated by a competing art dealer who is up to no good! Unlock treasure chests filled with items that help clear rocks and other obstacles that block your way. Are you up to the challenge of finding the lost treasures?


Friday, December 29, 2006

Solsuite 2007 v7.0 Graphic Pack (Vol 1 + 2)

SolSuite 2007 is a high-qualitycollection of 468 solitaire games. All your favorite games areimplemented: Spider, Klondike, FreeCell, Pyramid, Golf, Busy Aces,Canfield, Forty Thieves, Four Seasons, Carpet, Flower Garden, Rouge etNoir, Monte Carlo... and original solitaires that you cannot findelsewhere.

Each solitaire has more than nine trillion possible shuffles to play,so the game remains fresh no matter how many times you play. Enjoy thedetailed statistics of each game with graphs, 3D charts (pies and bars)and tables to estimate your skill level (by total, current session,series of wins and losses, players' games won, players' score,hi-scores...), statistics for All Games, Won games, Not Won games, OverAverage, Under Average, Not Played...

For solitaire lovers, SolSuite 2007 is a guaranteed pleasure. Each ofthe games is fun and exciting and will keep you entertained for hours.If you like solitaire games, then you'll want to add SolSuite 2007 toyour collection!

SolSuite is a high-quality collection of 468 fun and easy solitaire card games with more than 9 trillion possible games for each solitaire!

All your favorite solitaires are implemented: Klondike, FreeCell, Pyramid, Golf, Busy Aces, Canfield, Forty Thieves, Four Seasons, Carpet, Flower Garden, Rouge et Noir, Monte Carlo, Spider solitaire... and more!


* Total games : 468
* Spider variations : 18
* FreeCell variations : 12
* Klondike variations : 26
* Other games types : 254
* Solitaire for Children : 15
* Original solitaires : 138

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Thursday, December 28, 2006

Realms of Gold

PC | Puzzle | 15Mb

Help Odysseus find his way home in this epic puzzle adventure! Swap colorful pieces to create matching groups of three or more to move your hero across the board and to the exit. Stunning artwork brings the elements of this legendary tale to life while strategic puzzling fun provides hours of brain-bending excitement. Realms of Gold is a voyage you'll never want to end!

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me
Memory: 128 MB
DirectX: 7.0 or better
CPU: P700


Saturday, December 23, 2006

Bookworm Adventures Deluxe

PC | Puzzle | 19Mb

Watch out, because here comes Bookworm Adventures Deluxe, a spelling sensation of epical proportions! Help Lex the Bookworm confront the most terrible threat the Great Library has ever known by spelling words to vanquish villains, whomp foes and annihilate enemies. Discover gem tiles, magic potions and fabulous treasures as you battle through three enchanting storybooks, lots of engrossing mini-games and the frenzied Arena mode! Bookworm Adventures is the ultimate test of vocabularic might!

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows Vista
Memory: 128 MB
DirectX: 7.0 or later
CPU: P2 500



PC | Puzzle | 15Mb

Explore an abundance of puzzling fun in this exotic matching challenge! Arrange bricks into matching groups of four or more to smash them and release the gems within. Catch the gems with your rolling cart and watch your score soar. Each challenging level brings you closer to a Lost Temple and the mysterious story of an ancient culture. Featuring gorgeous graphics, an immersive storyline, and surprises galore, Abundante is a journey to a jungle of fun!

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me
Memory: 128 MB
DirectX: 8.0 or later
CPU: P700


Mirror Mix-Up

PC | Puzzle | 14Mb

It's Mirror Mixup! Solve levels by selecting areas of the jumbled up picture puzzle and then twisting them back to their correct place! There are four fantastic levels, each with their own amazing gameplay elements! There are 150 pictures to rotate and 200 additional unlockable bonus levels! You can also use your own pictures and music in the game! Can you achieve perfection on every level? Give it a try today!

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Memory: 64 MB
DirectX: 8.1 or later
CPU: P2 450
Video: 32 MB 3D Video Card


Wednesday, December 20, 2006


PC | Action | 7Mb

In this arcade combat game, you operate a tank and protect your headquarters from fearsome enemy attacks! You must endure 55 intense tank battles that unfold in some very imaginative 3D environments, including all four seasons, daylight, twilight and even nighttime! Fight off the deadly onslaught of eight different types of tanks and armored vehicles that are out to turn your desk into another Stalingrad! Play alone or challenge your friends to go head-to-head in the battle of the Tank-O-Box!

System Requirements:

OS: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Me
Memory: 128 MB
DirectX: 7.0 or later CPU: P700


Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Delivery King

PC | Puzzle / Action | 8.5Mb

Pizzas! Donuts! French Fries! How many orders can you handle at once? Delivery King puts you in the driver's seat as you race all over town delivering orders to eager customers. Get the orders correct, and you are on the road to success, but there are a few bumps along the way. You'll have special customers to please and thieves to stop in their tracks and it's all in a days work! With 60 action-packed levels and a rags-to-riches story that will touch your heart, this game really delivers!


Monday, December 18, 2006

Heroes of Annihilated Empires

Heroes of Annihilated Empires is a realtime strategy game where six great races are on the verge of terrible conflict, and you are the hero who will decide whether this war brings greatness to the land or devastation to this world. Beginning with a rather ordinary man, you shall walk your path, gathering your followers around, coming through treachery, death of friends and leaving new hope behind. Search for magical artifacts, treasures and lost attainments in ancient ruins and dangerous dungeons. Growing stronger, you will build bases were you can train your troops and eliminate foes in the area. As one of 18 characters, your hero will grow both by experience points and by choices he has made as the army amasses. Lead your troops well as you build up to large-scale combat encompassing up to 64,000 units on the battlefield.



News: Supreme Commander

Supreme Commander is a real-time strategy (RTS) computer game, developed by Chris Taylor's Gas Powered Games and currently slated for release in the first half of 2007. It was first announced in the August 2005 edition of PC Gamer magazine and is referred to as the spiritual successor to Taylor's 1997 RTS game Total Annihilation, which has been widely hailed as one of the great triumphs of the genre.

Developer(s): Gas Powered Games
Publisher(s): THQ
Designer(s): Chris Taylor
Release date(s): 1st Quarter 2007
Genre(s): Real-Time Strategy
Mode(s): Single player, Multiplayer
Rating(s): ESRB: E10+
Platform(s): Windows



In the Quantum Age of 2018, scientists from Earth began experimenting with "quantum tunneling", which allows transport of living matter through great distances. However, tunneling is prohibitively expensive since one tunnel requires the energy output of up to 25 fission reactors. The focus on conventional space travel has run into problems since the travel just isn't fast enough. In due time, scientists finally perfect the technology with the teleportation of a single atom of caesium in a lab, and the first off-world teleportation moved a milligram of iron onto Mars. They then slowly started working up the food chain from insects to mammals like mice and monkeys. The first humans are "tunneled" in 2062 when a group is sent to Neptune's moon Triton to further explore interstellar travel. The quantum tunnel transport takes .26 seconds.

The galaxy slowly begins to be colonized through a variety of tunnel networks, radiating from Earth like the spokes of a wheel. By 2284, 16 colonies have been created now known as the Prime Worlds and by 2316 each of these begin their own expansion. 210 years later, 110 colonies begin their expansion as well. Alien life at this point was yet to be discovered.

By 2663, there are now more than 400 self-replicating colonies and the empire is having trouble regulating them. Small scale wars develop between colonies and the Earth sends Colonial Command forces to stamp out the resistance. These pacification operations continue to grow. What the Earth doesn't realize is that some of these rebellions are being started by Colonial Command Commanders unhappy with current events and/or greed for power of their own. The Earth Empire is slowly losing its iron grip on its colonies.

Despite all the turmoil, expansion continues, with Earth claiming control of as many as 1,280 systems at its peak. The Colonial Command is stretched to its limits because of unrest along the frontier. Historians mark 2819 as the beginning of the Infinite War. The last loyal remnants of the Colonial Command have retreated back to the 16 Prime Worlds, abandoning the rest of the galaxy to anarchy. Much of the Quantum Gate network is destroyed by various factions pushing their own agendas. Many worlds that relied on the Empire are lost, as are the technology and science that may have been in development. It is during this time that 29th-century combat takes on a new face. A single man in a self-sufficient commander suit can arrive alone on a distant world and create a massive army of robots, tanks, ships and planes within hours of arrival, using only the native mass and energy of the planet. Whole worlds are laid to waste in battles between these commanders and robotic armies. It is believed the Infinite War is lasting as long as it is because of the inexhaustible nature of these "Supreme Commanders" and the fact that they were never envisioned on such a massive scale.

The Earth Empire finally crumbles and a new government comes in vowing to reach out to the worlds abandoned as the empire collapsed. This United Earth Federation offers stability to troubled worlds. Meanwhile, the Aeon Illuminate suggests that worlds accept "The Way" or destruction. And the Cybran Nation fights trying to free their brothers from the oppressive human way. Now the battle lines are drawn and the sides clearly defined. There is no room for compromise, no room for mercy. No room for anything but the complete eradication of anyone who oppose their conflicting and unwavering beliefs. Finally, it has reached a turning point. You are the Supreme Commander and only you have the power to bring the Infinite War to an end once and for all.

The fate of the galaxy is in your hands.

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News: Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars

Developer(s): EA Los Angeles
Publisher(s): EA Games
Designer(s): Jason Bender
Engine: Strategy Action Game Engine (SAGE)
Release date(s): March, 2007
Genre(s): Real-time strategy
Mode(s): Single player, Multiplayer
Rating(s): ESRB: Rating Pending
Platform(s): PC (Windows), Xbox 360


Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars is a real-time strategy computer game currently being developed by Electronic Arts Los Angeles for the PC and Xbox 360 platforms, and is the long-awaited sequel to the 1999 RTS title Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun and its expansion pack Firestorm by Westwood Studios. Canonically it takes place at the advent of and during the "Third Tiberium War", when the Brotherhood of Nod - now a superpower with a majority support of the world's population - launches an unexpected worldwide offensive against the Global Defense Initiative, abruptly ending a period of seventeen years of silence and crippling GDI forces everywhere. With the odds tipped in Nod's favor this time, GDI field commanders rally their troops and begin to combat the Brotherhood's sudden and mysterious reemergence, trying to restore lost hope. The game will also feature the introduction of a new third faction to the Tiberian series of the Command & Conquer games.

The story of Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars kicks off in the year of 2047 (roughly sixteen to seventeen years after the events of Firestorm). While the conflict between the Global Defense Initiative and the Brotherhood of Nod appears to have subsided substantially ever since, Tiberium infestation has begun to reach critical levels and continues to destroy the Earth's ecosystems at an alarming rate, prompting GDI to divide the world into three different geographical zones based on the levels of local infestation. 30% of the world's surface has been designated as "red zones", which have suffered the worst contamination and can no longer support human - or otherwise carbon-based - life. 50% of the regions in the world have been designated as "yellow zones", which are dangerously contaminated yet contain most of the world's population. Decades of war and civil unrest have left these regions in a state of social collapse and have continued to provide the Brotherhood of Nod with opportunity for concealment as well as large-scale recruitment over the years. The remaining 20% of the Earth's surface is unscarred by Tiberium outbreak and is relatively untouched by war. These "blue zones" are considered the last refuge and hope of the human civilized world and have been placed under the direct protection of the Global Defense Initiative.

In March 2047 the Brotherhood of Nod suddenly fires a nuclear missile at GDI's orbiting command station "Philadelphia", destroying the fulcrum of GDI's senior command structure in a single major blow. Since the end of the Second Tiberium War, Nod has silently built up its influence and its military potential into the status of a true superpower, and is now supported by a majority of the world's population through medical aid, enforcement of stability, and hate-mongering against GDI and the "blue zone" populations from within the "yellow zone" territories. Isolated and unprepared to handle the offensives led by Black Hand shock troops across the globe, GDI regional field commanders take charge directly and begin rallying their demoralized troops, hoping to win a new victory over Nod.

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Company of Heroes

Company of Heroes is a visually stunning real-time strategy game that depicts all the violent chaos of World War II with uncommon intensity. Set during the invasion of Normandy toward the end of the war, Company of Heroes takes its cues from Saving Private Ryan, by portraying both the sheer brutality of the war as well as the humanity of its combatants. Many other recent WWII games have also drawn influence from Steven Spielberg's landmark film, but Company of Heroes is even more graphic. This and the game's highly authentic-looking presentation are its distinguishing features, and it boasts some frantic, well-designed strategic and tactical combat to match. Company of Heroes trades a wide breadth of content for an extremely detailed look at WWII-era ground combat, and its action is so fast paced that it's best suited for the reflexes of an experienced RTS player. So if you're unfazed by these implied setbacks, you'll find that this latest real-time strategy game from the developers of Homeworld and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War is one of the most dramatic and exciting examples in years.

Provided you have a powerful-enough system and graphics card to appreciate the visuals in Company of Heroes, you'll quickly be struck by the level of detail depicted in the game. Infantry move in teams, darting from cover to cover. They may be ordered to occupy any building on the map, and you'll see them shutter the doors and take aim out the windows. Vehicles are shown to scale, so tanks and other armored vehicles look big and imposing, and, indeed, they are. Infantry seem almost helpless against tanks, and you'll hear the men screaming as tank shells explode around them, sending bodies flying, while lucky survivors dive out of the way. Yet by attacking a tank's vulnerable sides and rear armor with explosives, it's possible to turn the tables on these lumbering threats...turning one of the most basic confrontations in Company of Heroes into a thrilling cat-and-mouse game, much more than a typical clash between a couple of RTS units. What's more, the battlefields themselves have at least as much character to them as the various infantry squads and vehicles as your disposal. The quaint French towns that are the set pieces of many of the game's skirmishes truly look as if a war was waged there once the battle is done, since buildings will catch fire and collapse, telephone lines will topple, blackened craters will appear in the wake of artillery blasts, and more. These changes aren't just cosmetic, either. Those blast craters provide cover for your infantry, while the ruined husks of blown-up tanks might interfere with a machine gunner's line of fire.

The game focuses on the Allies' invasion of German-occupied Normandy in 1944, specifically on close-quarters skirmishes between infantry and armor. Company of Heroes presents a number of novel twists to real-time strategy conventions, but at heart this game works like other RTS games do, by putting you in charge of base construction, resource gathering, and tactical command of various military forces in an effort to defeat the opposition. The game includes a good-sized single-player campaign spanning more than a dozen missions, in which Able Company lands on Omaha Beach on D-Day, liberates a number of key towns and strategic points, disrupts German supply lines and secret weapons, and finally helps crush the remnants of the Nazi war machine in France. It's an exciting campaign, tied together with cutscenes and mission briefings coming from a variety of voices, which creates a few threads that help tie the missions together. In addition to the campaign, you can play skirmish matches with up to seven computer-controlled players on a series of different maps, and you can also jump online into the proprietary Relic Online service to challenge other players in ranked and unranked matches. The Relic Online service is a cut above most similar offerings, and lets you easily find a ranked match against players of similar skill or host a match with your own custom settings.



Friday, December 15, 2006

Diamond Detective

PC | Puzzle | 15Mb

OH NO! The precious jewels of Gemopolis have been stolen! The commissioner requests your help to recover the stolen gems, collect clues, and solve the mysterious heists. Game play is a race against time - you must make long chains of "same type" glittery gems to fill the jewel vault before the thief escapes. The longer the gem-chains, the faster the jewel vault meter will rise. Use clues acquired during game play to catch the thieves and put them behind bars! It's now up to you, Diamond Detective!


R.I.P 3: The Last Hero

PC | Action/Multiplayer/Shooter | 31Mb

A cruel dictator has created an army of cyborgs to take over the world and seize control of the portal to the underworld. But, our three favorite anti-heroes are back and that's not going to happen on their watch! This time, they have teamed up with three new soldiers and the fate of both worlds lies in their hands. It's all or nothing as the boundaries between the worlds of living and dead collide! To survive, you'll have massive guns and 9 different military vehicles at your disposal so let the battle begin!


Medieval 2 : Total War

Medieval 2 is the latest and greatest game to be released in the best
selling and award-winning Total War series. Set in the years 1080-1530 the most turbulent period in European history, the game combines a vast, deep-thinking turn-based strategy campaign with the most cinematic, epic and brutal real-time battles ever seen in the genre.

A vastly enhanced version of the Total War engine vividly portrays the pure bloodlust of Medieval warfare with massive battles of more than 10,000 troops splayed across new graphically rich environments. For the first time in the Total War series each troop is an individual, garbed with the rich heraldic colours and glinting arms and armour of the period.

On the battlefield they’ll survey their surroundings for threats and incoming opponents and react accordingly. When engaged they’ll string together a series of devastating moves as Medieval 2’s new combat animation brings the conflict to life like never before. Total War has never been so ferocious or realistic.

The Medieval 2 grand campaign will hand you the reins of one of an emerging faction as you set about sweeping throughout Europe, conquering all before you. Expand your borders and develop your lands for wealth and prosperity by building cities or swell your army by constructing vast castles to protect your land and keep your rivals quaking with fear.

Use Princesses for diplomatic gain, Priests to spread the influence of your religious beliefs and Merchants to fill your coffers for your war effort. All the time the Pope and the Papal States watch over the Christian world, assessing the strength of your faith and making demands to prove your loyalty. Do you cater to his whims and avoid excommunication or plot his downfall and rig the papal elections to place your own Pope in power?


Thursday, December 14, 2006

Might and Magic V

Heroes of Might and Magic V (sometimes referred to as Heroes V or HoMM5) is the fifth installment of the Heroes of Might and Magic computer game series. It was developed by Nival Interactive, under the guidance of franchise-owner Ubisoft. It was released in the United States and Canada on May 24, 2006. The Russian version, distributed by 1C, was released in Russia on May 19. A worldwide release continues.


* The game is rendered fully in 3D, unlike previous installments.
* A new skill/spell/creature system is used.
* There are six town types: Haven, Inferno, Necropolis, Academy, Dungeon and Sylvan.
* Players can see their opponents' tracks on the ground. They get deeper and last longer with size of the army. Each faction has its own distinctive 'trail'.
* Multiplayer has a "fast mode" option, where it is possible to set a limit on turns so the pace will be faster.
* There are four skill levels: Easy, Normal, Hard and Heroic.
* The set of resources are the same as previous Heroes games, the fog of war acts like Heroes III, as does the retaliation. However, some creatures have the ability of ranged retaliation.
* There are four magic schools: Light, Dark, Destructive and Summoning Magic. (As well as four 'Adventure Map' spells)
* Creatures are upgradeable.
* Creature generation in town stuctures is on a weekly basis, like in Heroes III.
* The game's music is composed by Rob King and Paul Romero.
* The battlefield is divided into squares instead of hexagons, like in the fourth game and unlike all the previous ones.


Holiday Bonus

PC | Puzzle | 18Mb

It's a Holiday Bonus that the whole family will love! Line up the dancing seasonal shapes against stunning snowscape backgrounds as you chill out with this cool winter-themed puzzle game! You can gather winter scenes in your gallery and even display them on your desktop. Make the right moves and your power gauge will build a bigger, brighter bonus blowout! This one's gonna don't miss the festive fun!


Gumboy Crazy Adventures

PC | Action | 42Mb

Gumboy has some extraordinary characteristics! Try his rolling, bouncing, jumping, flying and floating fun as you follow him on some Crazy Adventures! Plus, Gumboy can change his size, shape and material - he can take the shape of a sphere, cube or star and can be filled with rubber, air or water! Follow Gumboy through 40 levels with a whimsical, fairy-tale atmosphere and 6 stunning world environments! Let the adventure begin!


Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Mahjongg Artifacts

PC | Puzzle | 12Mb

This new fan-favorite comes with three innovative game modes, including Quest Mode featuring an epic search for lost relics, Classic Mode in which you choose the layout you want to play and Endless Mode in which you remove tiles from an ever-rising tower of game pieces. There are also special tiles that you can use and you can collect trophies for special accomplishments! With 27 stunning backgrounds, 5 tile sets and 3 gameplay options, Mahjongg Artifacts will earn a permanent place on your desktop!


Friday, December 08, 2006

Diner Dash: Flo On The Go

PC | Action/Puzzle | 14Mb

Flo trades in her apron for a passport to paradise! But will our hard-working waitress get a chance to relax? Join Flo and her sidekick Darla as they embark on the vacation of their dreams. But when Flo's suitcase suddenly spills into the water, she must rely on her table-serving talents to get her vacation (and her lost wardrobe) back on track. Seat customers, take orders, and satisfy nine types of customers to help Flo improve five all-new restaurants in the third episode of the original smash hit!



PC | Puzzle | 19Mb

In Arxon, you move a colored scarab along the edges of a grid filled with beetles of different colors. When you click your mouse, it pushes the scarab onto the board and moves all of the other beetles along that row or column one square. Creating combos generates powerups, such as the Destroyer Bug, which wipes out all of the scarabs on the grid with the same color as the one you hit! Steeped in challenge and rich with Egyptian ambiance, Arxon is the perfect diversion for casual gamers!



PC | Action/Strategy | 18Mb

Enter the rough and tumble world of Westward, where gold is there for the taking and bandits lurk around every turn. Control the fortunes of three vastly different towns as they rise from the dust of the frontier and grow into thriving boomtowns. Brave the dangers of the West and explore uncharted plains, dense forests and rocky canyons as you guide your settlers to safety and success. Stake your claim with a cast of hundreds, stunningly original graphics, hilarious dialogue and endless possibilities!


Tube Twist

PC | Puzzle | 16Mb

Tube Twist, winner of 4 prestigious gaming awards, will challenge you as you complete unfinished mazes of tubes to help navigate the explosive Macroton balls to their proper reactors. Open portals through time and travel to five unique eras as you attempt to find the missing professor with more than 90 amazing experiments to complete. Each puzzle has many multiple answers, allowing you to devise your own creative solutions! So delve into the astonishing world of Tube Twist today!


Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Temple of Tangram

PC | Puzzle/Action | 14Mb

Do you seek wisdom, inner peace, and truth? Take yourself out of this cold, harsh world and embark on a transcendental tangram adventure. Choose your own path on your quest for the legendary hidden Temple of Tanagram. Enrich yourself with wisdom and experience as you puzzle your way through amazing landscapes and 250 stunning levels with different game play elements all along the way! There are tantalizing bonus levels mixed in amongst the many proverbs and wise sayings that you'll uncover!


Monday, December 04, 2006

Travelogue 360: Paris

PC | Puzzle | 77Mb

Among its renowned landmarks and hidden gems waiting to be discovered, Paris holds something new for each of its visitors. Scour some of the world's most famous locations for souvenirs as you prepare to be interviewed for an upcoming article in Travelogue 360 magazine! Locate items hidden in 3-Dimensional views of the Eiffel Tower, down the Champs Elysees, under the Arc d'Triomphe, and other Parisian landmarks! There are 22 eye-catching locales in all as well as fun facts and mini-games galore!


Pat Sajak's Trivia Gems

PC | Puzzle | 10Mb

Join one of America's classic game show hosts for an all new trivia challenge! Answer questions from a wide variety of trivia categories and climb to the top of the trivia pyramid, play a quick and fun game of Trivia 10, or gather up some friends and family members for a round of Trivia Players. With Pat's Gem of a Question and Brain Buster rounds, a high-stakes championship, and everyone's favorite host, for fast trivia fun, put your money on Pat Sajak's Trivia Gems -- it's a lock!


Sunday, December 03, 2006

Believe In Santa

PC | Action | 15Mb

Just before Christmas, Sandy visits her granny and learns that granny's bank loan on her gift shop is due in 10 days! How is she going to make $10,000 in such a short time? With the help of two cheerful elves, Sandy is off on a toy-making adventure, coloring and decorating toys for all of the shop's choosiest customers. If Sandy can pull it off, Santa will surprise her with upgrades for her business and take her for a winter sleigh ride on Christmas Eve!