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Mahjongg Dimensions Deluxe: Tiles in Time

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Mahjong, Puzzle Games, Software by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★★★★★ 

In Mahjongg Dimensions Deluxe: Tiles in Time you get off the grid of the typical mahjong solitaire game, and go through time periods with matching music and themed puzzles in a fast-paced addictive 3-D mahjong set up. Go from the Cretaceous period, to Ancient Egypt, Feudal Japan, the period of the Black Death, the American West, to the near future. Each time period has something new in the puzzles, from the most basic puzzles design for a dinosaur that might just have a brain the size of a walnut, to more complex puzzles with added tool built in to help you get through the picture you are trying to find just under the wire. Receive bonuses for extra fast-play, and you can even go back to previous time periods and fill in those things that you missed before, or did not get a chance to add when you went up the timeline.

Pioneer Lands

This entry was posted in Casual Games, City Builders, Simulation Games, Software, Strategy Games by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★★★☆☆ 

We’ve taken on the Roman Empire, the Stone Age, the Two Kingdoms of Egypt, and now it is time to take on the American West in Pioneer Lands. In this strategy builder, you work out of a homestead, trying your best to forge living on the wild frontier. Take out rocks that bar your way from crops that will make you money, use fallen logs to fill ravines to get to gold deposits. Grow beans for the tastiest baked beans west of Boston, and negotiate with Native Americans to let you travel through their lands to get to new resources.

RV : 8 Wheels. 1 Family. No Brakes.

This entry was posted in Adventure, Comedy, DVD, Videos & Movies, Family by Snowfoxx on

Bob Munro (Robin Williams) is a great sales pitchman for Pure Vibe soda, and he is very much used to the upper middle class lifestyle he enjoys, but his family, Jamie (Cheryl Hines), Cassie (Jojo), and Carl (Josh Hutcherson) has been growing apart over the years. The kids are now in their teens, and have their own lives, and Bob rarely gets to see them any more. Bob has promised his family a vacation in Hawaii, but after a mishap at a social function for the company in which Cassie’s friend, Gretchen (Veronika Sztopa) slimes Bob’s boss, Todd Mallory (Will Arnett) in a protest, Bob’s job is on the line unless he can come up with a presentation that will floor the owners of Alpine Soda. Todd gives Bob a tight deadline to come up with a pitch to get Alpine to merge with Pure Vibe. The Hawaii vacation has been scrubbed, because Bob needs to be in Boulder, Colorado for the meeting, or he will lose his job to Laird (Richard Cox), a green little corporate weasel that Todd thinks is the hip new mind that can move his company forward.