Excerpt: Most people who would play hidden object games are likely familiar with The Great Gatsby. In fact, we’d wager that a significant percentage actually read the book by famed author F. Scott Fitzgerald. Turning this book into a hidden object game sounded like a stretch when we first heard about it, but having actually played it, we wonder why more classic novels haven’t already had a hidden object adventure devoted to them.
Excerpt: Developer: Virtual VTech Distributor: Virtual VTech Minimum System Requirements Windows 95/98 or higher Pentium 90 Mhz or Higher (will run on 486 DX2, 66MHz with 8 MB of RAM) 16MB RAM 1 MB available hard drive space Sound Blaster 8-bit compatible sound card 256 colors/SVGA or higher (640X480 screen resolution) 4x (600 kb/sec) CD-ROM drive or faster mouse Recommended Configuration Same as the minimum configuration # of Players: Single Player.
Excerpt: What's small, yellow and likes to eat small dots? Pacman of course! Now he's back again, in 3D and stronger then ever(?). This time some larger Pacman wannabe has crushed a holy ball that protects Pacman and his friend s.k earth from evilness and so on... The holy ball got crushed into 4 pieces and now Paccie has to find them...
Word games + combat combine to create fresh sequel.
Common Sense Media
22 January 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this casual game combines word puzzles with combat. While kids don't direct the combat -- it just happens on the top of the screen after they spell words -- it's about as tame as a Saturday morning cartoons. Younger kids might not be able to spell the long or tough words that Lex the Bookworm needs to defeat the enemies and thus we have set the age of this game at around 10.