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Deep Quest takes you to the watery realms of the Deep, where an epic battle between Abyssians and Gordlons is underway. You will command the Abyssian Defence Force and undertake 10 Quests, each with unique maps and challenges. Upgrade your units and structures to win battles. Get lost in an engrossing story line with plot twists and great characters.
Take care of some of the strangest patients you'll ever meet in this fun twist on popular service style games. Cure patients with baboonic plague, bipolarbear disorder, mother goose bumps, 3rd degree sideburns and many more, each with their own personalities and voices. Watch them graphically transform as you cure them!
1st Runner-Up Best Action/Arcade Game of 2007 Step into the gardening business as Alice Greenfingers in this intriguing simulation game, where you build and decorate your own garden of flowers, animals and vegetables. Follow the market trends, learn to know your customers and sell ripe crops down at the town market to expand and get your business profitable. Sow, water and harvest a wide range of crops!
Baby monsters need love too! In Daycare Nightmare, you care for baby vampires, dragons and other little beasties while their parents are at work. They need feeding and changing, just like human kids. But not just like humans... each monster has a special power you've got to handle. At the end of each day, you can use your tip money to buy power-ups and monster treats for the next day. There's never been a game that's so cute and so hectic at the same time.
Rebecca and Robert are on a quest to build a successful restaurant franchise! In Turbo Pizza, you have full control over their pizza destiny. Decide when its right to purchase new appliances, better menu options, or put resources behind developing Rebecca and Roberts skills. Save enough money to open a second location in an even MORE unique setting. Meet your customers needs and word of mouth will bring the masses. Remember though, different customers have different needs.