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Alban Villalobos Senior editor

I did experience a few glitches in the game every once in a while, but nothing too big.

Pros of unreal tournament 2004 demo maps

  • Allows the user to purchase games on-line and download them instantly.
  • It has a huge player base.
  • Special effects.
  • Addictive.

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Calvin Nicholson editor

You're not going to get one here. But that's OK. This is a build a road/manage your resources TM type game. Simple and that's what makes it relaxing. Graphics aren't anything to write home about. In fact, the mini-games in between building sessions remind me of Atari stuff from the 80s. Ahhh...my...good times...good times.

Pros of unreal tournament 2004 demo maps

  • Permits to change interface of game.
  • It has a huge player base.
  • Fun and addictive.
  • Open source so free.

Cons of unreal tournament 2004 demo maps

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    Hugo1977 March 19, 2013, 06:33

    Been playing this game for over three years and the more you play and farther you go, the harder it gets. The game tells you its getting harder. You can always change your players name and start over while maintaining your "hard" game when you are ready. Good value fun game and a test of patience.

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    Cuthbert1988 January 27, 2013, 02:50

    I really liked this game and would have given it a better rating, but it seemed to me to be too short. I was expecting quite a bit more after the hour free trial, but was disappointed when the end came so suddenly. The game was quite callenging at times and made the whole experience great.

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    Randell1982 August 01, 2013, 11:13

    Gotta love a game with grammatical errors! That aside, Pirate Solitaire is a simple diversion for a coffee break.This solitaire game allows you to only make suit matches in descending order. You can move sequential piles to a higher card in a different stack but be careful, you don't want to bury a much needed "2".The music does get monotonous but is turned off by clicking on the Bell Icon in the upper right hand corner. Why turning the music off isn't a result of clicking the Note Icon, I have no idea.Stacking the cards from the draw deck to the piles is VERY touchy. If you're not spot on, it flips back to the draw deck. This is annoying as your hand is timed and you're wasting precious seconds to finish. However, once you have a stack that can be put on the Aces collection pile at the top, the game does allow for double click on the desired card stack and will auto fill on the Aces pile. I guess it's a wash.Now, if I can just figure out what I've "loosed" on the world, I'll feel better.

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    Ronald1983 February 28, 2013, 17:43

    I am partial to colorful, match 3 games with lots of action. It gets harder to find one with something new and different. This one fits the bill! It has a different approach in that you click to move bricks from the outside to the middle to clear the center. It requires some thinking to accomplish this. Each level is more difficult, allowing the game to keep my ADD brain occupied! Try the game and see.

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    Raynard1983 May 27, 2013, 12:11

    I may simply have not played long enough for this game to ever become challenging, but that was the only downfall I really saw and it was a very minor one. I enjoyed building my own fish shop, the mini challenges present ever so often to keep you from getting bored, and the necessity of remembering to match some air bubbles to "keep you alive" under water. This was a very nicely done Match 3 game.


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