20 Games Like The Otherside: Realm of Eons()
Bad Piggies is a puzzle video game and a spin-off to Angry Birds. Unlike previous games in the series, in this entry the player controls the pigs, building devices that travel on land and air to find pieces of a map to find the Angry Birds' eggs The objective of the game is to build a contraption that transports the pig from a starting point to the finish line, usually indicated by a map. Such contraptions are made of wood and iron as well as other objects such as wheels, soda bottles, umbrellas (to increase air resistance), motors, fans, TNT, and balloons.
Someone – or something – is stealing the children of Blake’s Mountain!
If the Book of Legends should ever fall into the wrong hands, the consequences could be devastating. Follow Zoe and Charleston Black as they follow the clues found in the long forgotten Book of Legends…clues that lead them on a hunt for one of the world’s most mysterious legends of all, Excalibur! Is it real? And can they find it before their enemies do? Find out as you unravel a mystery that could change the balance of power forever.
A meteor is all near Planet Earth, bringing total collapse and death. Only the Ancient Locket can prevent the catastrophe. Long ago it was divided into 10 parts and scattered about in different parts of the world. Set up for past with an experienced traveler Andy Brown to put parts of the relic together and postpone the doomsday. Famous Mahjong will entertain you and help to gain patience and universal knowledge.
Guide your hero to win the hand of his love by becoming the King of an island paradise. This sequel to the hit simulation game expands on everything you loved and adds a ton of new features. Expand your village by building, exploring and solving a variety of fun mini-games including Match-3, Hidden Object scenes, Gardening and more. Use your pet monkey to help you explore the island and find hidden items. Collect birds, catch fish, and dig up ancient treasures. This game is packed with activities and will keep you entertained for hours on end.
The Nightshift Code is a hidden object adventure game that takes players on mysterious and sometimes dangerous journeys from an ancient history museum in Chicago all the way to a secret location in the Greek Isles. You will search for hidden objects and piece together clues to unlock challenging puzzles, ultimately digging for a lost treasure.
Down by the deep and muddy Mississippi, something’s not right. A ghostly riverboat brings to light a new conspiracy for players to unravel in this all-new Midnight Mystery.
Mark Twain’s ghost has come to you seeking help from an evil that has been stalking him in the afterlife. Trace the steps in Twain’s past that led to a lifetime of anguish. Twain’s passion for literary history reignites a controversial debate about the true identity of Shakespeare; the age-old question resurrects a series of malevolent characters. After waking an unexpected evil, Twain sets about to rid his time of the darkness, but the plot only thickens. With Twain’s help, you have to unravel the connections to try and set history straight while dangerous forces loom.
Who wrote the works of Shakespeare? And just how did Mark Twain get caught up in a strange Elizabethan rivalry all those years later? Find out in this Midnight Mystery!
Stephen King's F13 is a collection of casual games developed by Presto Studios and released in 2000 by Blue Byte. The title F13 suggests a function key that would follow F12 on standard PC keyboards.
The minigames include No Swimming, Bug Splat, and Whack-A-Zombie. The "Frightware" bundle also includes a set of "Screamsavers", "Bump and Thump" sound effects, "Deathtop" backgrounds, and Stephen King's short novella Everything's Eventual.
Stephen King's F13 decks out your computer with a horror aesthetic, offering "deathtop" images, "screamsavers," and a trio of minigames. The capper is a novella entitled Everything's Eventual, a story that brings King's usual themes into a high-tech context.