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Description: Emerald Tale is an arcade puzzle game with unique storyline, great graphics and cute furry characters. It offers very simple rules but challenging lay-outs and goals. You will have to clear the way for your hero to exit portal by matching three same colored runes, but don't forget to blow up all the blocks and find behind them plenty useful items: ancient coins, magic gems and powerful artifacts (they will help you to grow very useful power-ups!). Sometises you will find there additional hidden exits to secret levels and nice characters to talk to. Each of levels will take from a 1 to 20 minutes, depending on your completeness - will you decide to find the exit or find everything? Would you prefer the hidden exit or just go with normal levels? Will you talk to all characters or just progress through?
Emerald Tale is a beautiful game. All objects at each level are perfectly rendered, the background music and sound effects are wonderful as well. Altogether you will find there 110 intricated levels, over 20 mighty artefacts to uncover, many ancient relics and treasures, epic battle with a real dragon and a secret pass to hidden planet!
Grim Tales: The Bride Collectors Edition 1.0 After your sister vanishes on her wedding day no one has any idea what happened to her, so it's up to you to find the truth! Some believe she drowned, but her body was never found
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