Posted Fri, 05/30/08
I'm currently addicted to small selection of time management and "hidden object" games:
Find ingredients, whip-up recipes, and juggle hungry customers. Become a master chef working alongside six nutty restaurateurs at seven uniquely themed restaurants in this combination hidden-object and time-management game.
There has always been an air of evil at End House, and with three attempted murders in as many days; it's up to the famous Poirot to unravel the mystery in this spine-tingling seek-and-find adventure.
A "Hidden Object" adventure bringing the great and timeless Agatha Christie story of Death on the Nile to life. Assume the role of renowned detective Hercule Poirot seeking clues to a mysterious murder aboard a ship cruising the Nile River. Find needed objects, question suspects and uncover the truth behind the Death on the Nile.
Time management: Prepare and serve specific culinary dishes as quick as possible from the selection of ingredients and equipment.
Hidden object: In a nutshell, the player has to find all the hidden objects in a variety of rooms, seaside scenes and gardens. There are bonus rounds, and five "hints" for each investigation. It's wonderful fun. I stayed up half the night playing. The graphics are lush and gorgeous as well.
Guilt is filling in nicely so I'll be getting down to writing work tomorrow and throughout the weekend, along with about eight hours worth of web client catch-up.