Download your flickr photos mac

Home > Total War > download your flickr photos mac

Editorial review

All comments (14)
download your flickr photos mac

Walter Truong Senior editor

If you lose three lives, you have to start over at the beginning of the stage, and there are quite a few levels, like 7 or 8 in a stage. Also you wouldn't want to play this game too long at a time because it can be really hard on the hand with all the clicking, and then force clicking as the game progresses, as I already mentioned.

Pros of your flickr photos mac

  • Permits to change interface of game.
  • Great support for multi-player.
  • Special effects.
  • Fast system tunning for beginner users.

Cons of your flickr photos mac

  • None.
download your flickr photos mac

Isiah Emery Senior editor

This game was truly creepy, and eerie! The story line was well thought out...even though it left me wondering..still am! The puzzles are challenging, but not impossible. If you try the easier mode it's extremely helpful. Also, the journal was excellent! The journal was great with keeping notes, and snap shots of things later in the game you need to go back to.

Pros of your flickr photos mac

  • Lots of different plants.
  • Smooth gameplay.
  • It’s very easy to learn playing, and doesn’t require great skills to play it.
  • Open source so free.

Cons of your flickr photos mac

  • None.
 

Latest comments

  All comments (14)
  • download your flickr photos mac - your flickr photos mac users comments
    0
    Edward1974 July 18, 2013, 02:41

    Cute but predictable story. Enjoyed it. Was only my second time playing the Delicious games. Will try others.

  • download your flickr photos mac - your flickr photos mac users comments
    0
    Conrad1974 March 15, 2013, 07:55

    I just love this game!

  • download your flickr photos mac - your flickr photos mac users comments
    0
    Stephen1974 May 17, 2013, 08:01

    I have never seen another word game constructed quite like this one. Instead of being given a bunch of letters from which to make words, you are given jumbled letters in a grid format, and it's up to you to rearrange them to form words. These words must be at least four letters in length, and you cannot move letters up and down, only side-ways. Letters from higher rows can only fall down once you have made a word and it is taken off the board. Some letters act like bombs and can remove a whole bunch of letters at once, but of course you have to incorporate that letter into a word for that to happen. I found this to be quite difficult despite the fact that I have a fairly extensive vocabulary. Perhaps it's because I am a long way from being a child?! At any rate, I could not make a sufficient number of matches quickly enough to do much. Perhaps you will have better luck....

  • download your flickr photos mac - your flickr photos mac users comments
    0
    Pierce1981 July 20, 2013, 17:02

    I've found this game to be good value but it has a couple of annoying traits. You have to go back and forth between sections quite frequently and several times I was quite lost at what I needed to do next (playing in expert mode), the only saving grace was the map showing you where you had activities remaining to be done. Some of the hidden objects were nearly impossible to see in the backgrounds but the hints helped with that on occasion. The plot was well thought out and the storyline carries you most of the way through. Overall, a good game that will keep you occupied for a few days.

  • download your flickr photos mac - your flickr photos mac users comments
    0
    Norman1987 February 17, 2013, 21:25

    I never played the first one, but played the free trial of this one. Although I was just a little confused at first as the tutorial did not seem to really explain everything, I figured it out in not too much time. I found it very addicting, and was not ready for the free trial to be up. It is a little like Monopoly, only I found it more fun. I can tell it would have great replay value. It combines a mix of strategy and of course luck which is involved in any board game. My only real complaint after an hour of play is that I couldn't figure out how to change the view (close up or further out) although it seemed to try to adjust itself when it thought I needed to see more of the board; and sometimes I could not tell in which direction a player was supposed to move. Great game though.


Download your flickr photos mac