Posted Sun, 05/04/08
I've long been a fan of computer solitaire. When I'm in a non-writing mood, I can spend hours playing Russian Solitaire. I enjoy it immensely. A few years ago, I also began toying with Mahjong, which I also like, and this led me to investigate other non-solitaire computer games such as Hearts, Crazy Eights, Go Fish, Chess, Dominoes, Spades, Royal Gravity Tiles, word games and Zilch.
Runes of Avalon is a puzzle game with a twist, match-3 mechanic that you have yet to see. Excellent music, wonderful graphics, brilliant particle effects, eight powerful spells, 105 levels in quest, two mini-games, lot of variations within a quest, and a total of three game modes.
I also like the medieval scroll effects, and the general mysticism of it all. It's definitely up my alley. If you are a friend and I don't answer the phone or reply to an e-mail for a few days, you will know without a doubt what I'm up to.