I really did not know what to expect when I first started playing Fairway. There were sport commentators, and I was running a Tri-Peaks solitaire-style game, but playing a golf simulation at the same time. The background music and commentators gave a nice feel to the game, reminding me of Happy Gilmore and Caddyshack. It even kept score at each hole, and told you how far under or over par you were. There is prize money to spend at the “pro shop” and even trophies. The only golf I have ever really played is at Pirates Island mini-golf, and variations of such, since I live not too far from Panama City Beach, but combining Tri-Peaks with golf was really a great idea, and the game became very addictive and fun. There was even a timed “fever” level as a challenge. I haven’t picked a driver since 1980, and considering that I live in Florida, that is far too long of a time. I’m not sure if I’m really to hit the real fairways down at Hombre Golf Club, but if the real game is as addictive as Fairway, I just might have to give it a try.
If you are unlucky sufferer of insomnia, then you must download Avalon Legends Solitaire at once. Many casual card games tend to be rather slow-paced, and the music, if there is any, too relaxed. This game is so boring, you’ll never need to warm up some milk and honey or shoot back a shot of whiskey to help you sleep again. Sure, there are little challenges here and there, breaking rocks and breaking ice using certain cards, and the card sequences are similar to that of Tri-Peaks, and the layouts can be like that of various mahjongg games, but the real challenge will be staying awake. You might be playing as a druid, but there is nothing all that magickal about Avalon Legends Solitaire, other than tha fact that I could not wait to make it disappear. Some casual gamer might want to go back to those days of the early net, when just about the only games out there were solitaire, and other silly pre-Windows95 games. The early days of the net left us with very few options, and now we get new casual games every day. If you like these kinds of card games, then keep on playing, but you might want to opt for one a bit more upbeat than Avalon Legends Solitaire.
Tri-Peaks 2 Quest for the Ruby Ring combines treasure-hunting adventure with a fun sequential card game, as you help Tex and Ally Carter search for a mystical ruby ring in India, China, and the Pacific Islands. The little animations take you back to the days of the 80s and 90s with titles like Pitfall Harry and Crash Bandicoot. If you like Tri-Peaks solitaire, then you will love TriPeaks 2 Quest for the Ruby Ring.
I’ve reviewed many adventure games, but this one is so fun, and has so many funny animations, you’ll be giggling all through it, and your partner will wonder “What’s so funny about a card game?” Tell them to go to Big Fish Game and try TriPeaks 2 Quest for the Ruby Ring for themselves to find out why! Then you can spend hours strategizing and laughing together.