While most genres have taken a back seat to match-three puzzle games on Facebook, hidden object fans can still try some new options on the platform. One is Panic Room: Outrage, a game that’s described as a “suspense thriller” and a “philosophical parable” in one package. In the game, players are taken to a Victorian mansion, and must explore its rooms to learn more about the mansion’s history in order to escape.
myVegas developer PlayStudios has announced its partnership with Konami to bring branded Konami game content to players of myVegas on Facebook. The partnership is already live in the slot machine game, as a new slot machine is available for gamers: Konami’s China Mystery.
If you’re looking for a new billiards game on Facebook, Ganymede’s Pool Live Pro is available to play for free. According to the developer, the game is the No. 3 pool game on Facebook with over one million monthly active users, as well as 150,000 daily active players. In the game, players have access to multiple varieties of pool, which more in the works for future release.
Developer Strange Loop Games has launched its new game, Picture This, on Facebook. Featured on Facebook under the name “Scribbly Wits,” the game is described as the old game of “telephone,” but with pictures. In each game, one player begins by drawing a picture of their own design. The next person describes this picture using text. The third player draws a picture of the text description, and so on, until the game is complete. Games can also begin with a text phrase, rather than a drawing.
Looking to test your observational skills with a new casual game? You might try Plixl’s Mosaic Medley on Facebook. Previously released on iPad, this casual seek-and-find experience gives players a look at cluttered scenes of jumbled items and asks them to find very particular objects in each.
Eva Studio’s Facebook puzzle game Mermaid has a simple title and an equally simple premise: to save the Little Mermaid’s friends from an underwater world that’s being filled with garbage. However, where most other match-three games are completed one basic level at a time, each level in Mermaid comes in three parts, and can be completed in a variety of ways.
What would have happened if Cinderella never met her Prince? That’s the premise behind PlayFlock’s Fairytale on Facebook. The game takes players to a fantasy land, where traditional fairytales have been turned on their heads and the heroes didn’t win. In Fairytale, players will need to defeat the Wicked Witch through match-three levels, and they have a few magical abilities of their own to help them.
Qublix’s Puffy Pop has been played by over one million gamers on Facebook, and takes players to a land of magic, inhabited by colorful Puffs, creatures that spend their time collecting elixir. This elixir sustains life in the Puff Kingdom, but in the wrong hands, it can be used to unleash unimaginable destruction. In Puffy Pop, players will become the hero of the Puff Kingdom, completing match-three levels in order to stop an evil being named Gruff from collecting that elixir and taking over the land.
Ludia and FremantleMedia North America have announced the launch of Family Feud & Friends 2 on Facebook and mobile devices. The sequel to the original Family Feud & Friends offers an updated take on the classic television game show, including a new tournament mode and an enhanced predictive text input and spell checker to make entering answers easier and faster than before.
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