Join Tico and his band of rainforest animals in an unforgettable Solitaire adventure. Use your bonuses wisely to get out of tight spots. In the early levels, you're asked to collect all the cards in the board. By the time you reach the eighth level, you could encounter tasks like collecting 4 Queen cards, for instance. It varies in every level, giving you plenty of challenges to keep you from getting bored by monotony. You have access to two bonuses at the early levels of the game, namely the Undo and the Joker. As you advance through levels, you gradually unlock the four remaining bonuses. Some bonuses appear in the levels and can be used as soon as they’re available.
Engaging solitaire gameplay Easy to pick up and play Explore many beautiful locations
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Now the saved games are starting to act up. After a freeze up when I tried to load my last save, it wouldn't load but the prior one did. Then it happened again where the last save wouldn't load but the prior one also wouldn't load. Then some "Game Root" message popped up about not being able to find the saves or something. I started writing it down but only got as far as "Game Root". Leaving it alone for now but will probably give it another try tomorrow.
It's not like I don't have a thousand other games to play but...
Jenny, I did have to use that Alt-F4 one time and it worked fine!
Once you find them - I assume on your Windows 7 - copy to a flash drive. If they are in a specific folder, you may have to create one. It depends on where they are saved. You might have to install the game, start it and create a save to have the file ready. Them import from the flash drive.
We just upgraded to windows 10, which means I have to download everything again. One of the things I would like to keep, though, is all the saves from the Tex Murphy game Tesla Effect. I had reached the ending I wanted and had collected all the Playbubs so the locked door was open.
How do I input all those saves? I have to find them first.
I've been replaying some of the games I bought for my old iMac. It's over 12 years old now, and the games I bought for it are from 2007 and 2008. Mostly Hidden object and mostly with a big ugly timer to get on your nerves.
Playing these older games reminded me how ahead of its time Return to Ravenhearst was for 2008. Not many games from that time period allowed you to move around the game world, and those that did didn't have a proper Hint outside of the hidden object scenes.
By 2009 we started having some really good/memorable games like Dire Grove and Drawn.
I find that when I'm not enjoying a game, I become a lot more picky, whereas if I'm really enjoying it, I can suspend reality and overlook the most ridiculous things. I think that was the case with this one. After playing the first game in the series, this one was a letdown, so the steam pipe on the front porch was just one of many things that bugged me.
That can definitely be the case. The closer you get to breaking that camel's back, the more painful the game is.