Surface: The Soaring City Collector's Edition
Search for your brother, Jeremy, in a beautiful world where the sky is as wide as your imagination in the Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game, Surface: The Soaring City! Jeremy was a great inventor who discovered a magnificent land soaring in the sky. He created wings for the people, making them free. The new citizens were happy...until one day Jeremy was kidnapped and blamed for conducting inhumane experiments. It's up to you to save your brother from imprisonment and redeem his good name. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:
World Mosaics 3 - Fairy Tales
After restoring Atlantis, you discover a magical book that sends you on a journey through literature in World Mosaics 3 – Fairy Tales! Solve pictographic puzzles on your way through the stories of the Frog Prince, Babe the Blue Ox, Sleeping Beauty, and other classics as you restore the magical book and return home in this fun and exciting Puzzle game! Dive into your favorite Fairy Tales and return home!
Computer games are great value for family recreation and entertainment in the home. They are excellent to have during the school holidays, after children have been out and about, or when the weather is unpleasant.
It is always best to supervise and ensure the games are age appropriate for your family.
XBox has been around for a long time and is a very popular choice. They are regularly coming out with new themes with amazing graphics. I Want Cheats first person shooting video games .
Wii is great for games, dance and exercises for the whole family- including mom! Wii makes exercising fun and intriguing using the latest technology!
I hope you enjoy my selection of computer games and Wii for fun, fitness and entertainment for the whole family.
Have you ever had to make excuses for playing video games? When I was younger I would call into the local Fun Parlor and play Space Invaders-that was the first computer game out that I recall.
When you get older you start thinking: what kind of excuse can I give now Im twice the age of the target market for games
But computer games are good to keep reflexes active and the brain alert. Games require quick responses and creative problem solving.
I think it helps hand eye coordination, although I am not an expert but I have noticed that practice does improve performance.