The premier free computer games company Gametop has released a selection of new high quality hidden object games for the coming holiday season. The company is well-known for their slogan: “stop paying for gamges” and this release is no different; all the games are offered legally and complete free-of-charge. The end of the year is traditionally a time of new releases, and the games offered by Gametop are carefully selected cater to the interests of several key market segments.
Gametop.com founder Sergei Eliseev said, “2016 has been full of challenges and interesting opportunities for Gametop. Based on our in-house research, and more than a decade of experience in computer gaming, we have chosen a number of high quality titles that are guaranteed to be enjoyed by millions of people around the world this coming holiday season. While we release all kinds of games throughout the year, we decided to highlight several high quality hidden object game titles which are very popular with our valuable core audience particularly in English speaking countries.”
Invasion 2: Doomed takes the player on an intergalactic adventure across mysterious planets and ancient cities. This hidden object game comes with an exciting storyline, plenty of challenging puzzles and beautiful graphics throughout. It is highly recommended for fans of the hidden object game genre.
Most hidden object games are built around some ancient mystery and Seven Roses: A Darkness Rises is no exception in this regard. The four seasons are under a threat to fall under eternal darkness. The player needs to solve the riddles and restore the tree of life in this beautifully crafted puzzle game.
The third pick of the season is Kingdom of Aurelia: Mystery of the Poisoned Dagger. This cinematic hidden object game puts the player in the role of Sam who needs to find out quickly who poisoned his friend the princess Aurora. Amazingly detailed hidden object scenes will take the player through the Kingdom of Aurelia and understand the royal family.
Gametop.com releases new games every single week of the year and the website is very popular among gamers who want to enjoy high quality games without breaking the bank. In addition to that, gamers can enjoy without worry as every single game from Gametop is offered legally and without malware.
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