Eventide 3: Legacy of Legends in Review: Not Quite So Legendary

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By now it should come as no surprise that I love adventure games, and while I continually refute the claim that they are “not dead yet”, it is hard to argue that the genre is feeling a bit stagnant lately, especially on the mobile front.  Even G5, whom we used to be able to count on for some fun Hidden Object / Adventure games seems to have resorted mainly to updating a couple of F2P offerings every now and again.  Thankfully Artifex Mundi is still delivering, and I recently got the chance to play one of their latest, Eventide 3: Legacy of Legends.  I can’t say it was my favorite offering, but it was a solid game with an enjoyable if not fairly standard fantasy plot.
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Lost Grimoires 2: Shard of Mystery in Review: A New Chapter In The Saga

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The tale of Lost Grimoires continues… sort of.  Like many of the popular Big Fish Games franchises, the only thing this has in common with its predecessor is the name, at least as far as I can tell.  That’s okay, because it’s a decent game in its own right, with most of the same features that made the first installment of the series worth playing.  I didn’t find the story quite as compelling, but that didn’t bother me too much either.  If you’re into adventure games with hidden object scenes and the occasional mini game, Lost Grimoires 2 will make another worthy addition to your collection.
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