Hoyle Puzzle and Board Games 2007 features 45 classic games including Chess, Sudoku, Backgammon, Kakuro Crosswords, Mahjongg and much more.



21 Classic and New Challenging Puzzle Favorites
It's game time! 21 classic and new challenging favorites provide something for every player with HOYLE® Puzzle Games 2007.
This great collection features traditional puzzle game standards like Hangman, Mahjongg and Anagrams PLUS mind-bending puzzle classics like Sudoku, Kakuro and over 1200 different Crosswords. All games are designed with the official rules from HOYLE, the Official Name in Gaming.
You automatically earn HOYLE Bucks, the more you play the more you earn! Get new backrounds, music tracks, etc.
All games are based on the official rules from HOYLE®, the authority for over 200 years.
Create your own character with Face Creator, customizing everything from facial features to clothing. Interactive computer opponents with multiple skill levels to challenge everybody. Play together on the same computer and challenge your friends and family with old classics, or play alone and take the high score!



Minimum System Requirements:
Windows® 98SE/ME/2000 SP4/XP (Home & Pro) SP1¹
Pentium® III 450MHz
128MB RAM 8x
Hard Disk space 32MB Video RAM
DirectX® 8.1 (DirectX 9 included on CD)
Administrator privileges are required to properly install the program on Windows 2000 and Windows XP.



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SimCity returns with a focus on the different "social energies" that buildings can create, and how these energies shape unique urban societies.
* SimCity Societies is the most versatile city building game.
o Combine and connect elements of your city like never before with the ultimate building block tool kit.
o This innovative, modular approach to city-building makes SimCity Societies accessible to players of all levels, while still providing tremendous new possibilities to veteran players of the SimCity™ series.
* Shape your city by choosing your values
o Mix and match societal values—productivity, prosperity, creativity, spirituality, authority, and knowledge—to determine the core attributes of your city.
o Witness the evolution of your city as its appearance and sounds adapt to reflect these values.
* Build unique homes, workplaces, leisure-time venues, and parks.
o Choose from more than 500 unique objects which can be combined and connected in almost limitless combinations.
o Take inspiration from a variety of architectural styles, ranging from the realistic to the fanciful, rural to urban, industrial to futuristic.
o As your city evolves, you unlock new buildings to advance your society.
* Share your creations with your friends online.
o Modify almost everything in the game, from the names of your Sims and buildings, to building textures and statistics, and even Sim behaviors


There's something not quite right with SimCity Societies. It's a highly casual take on the city-building genre, which isn't bad in and of itself, but it comes across like a politician's campaign speech: rambling on and on, but with no real depth or point. There are a lot of buildings and a lot of decorations, so if you just want to plunk down buildings and make a pretty city, go for it. If you wanted an intricate system of checks and balances to hold it together, or economic depth, or something that would give you any sense of challenge, you won't find it here.

Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack...
The idea sounds good in theory: Each building you place has a positive or negative effect on a particular social energy. There are six of these energies, from creativity to spirituality, and each building uses or provides them in different amounts. As your city grows, you unlock newer buildings and décor, each of which is separated into various themes, such as "romantic" or "cyberpunk." You don't have to theme your city, so feel free to mix and match. The categorizations are actually rather helpful because you can create themed neighborhoods without having to scroll through full lists of buildings.
Your Sims need to have places to work, hang out, and live, but you'll rarely need to worry about it. To succeed in SimCity Societies, all you have to do is treat your social energies as currency and keep them relatively evened out. Doing that makes everything from Sim happiness to your coffers fall nicely into place. Need authority? Build a town hall. Have too much? Build a police station. Just don't ask why it is a police station spends authority--like many of the categorizations, the connection between a building and its social energies is mighty unclear. Why would a service station spend productivity, while a butcher shop creates it? All you can do is look beyond it and realize that it's not a connection at all--just a random abstraction created to balance out what is in effect six different currencies running simultaneously.
You do need to spend wisely because buildings cost Simoleans in addition to social energies, though you will likely never struggle with your economy. You can view stats on such things as public health, crime, and pollution, but it just feels like there's no point because there's absolutely no challenge. There's no tug of war between industry versus commerce, no real infrastructure to worry about (unless you count energy-producing structures that power the whole map an infrastructure), and no imposed social class system. You may not have a police station, yet your city could go completely free of crime. If you want a challenge, you have to make one. If you want, make a slum, and the crime rate will rise. Or cause a purposeful natural disaster, such as a killer storm, at the touch of a button. It makes things a little more exciting, but never all that engaging.
The building interface is done fairly well here, making it easy to turn buildings at 45-degree angles; plunk them down; and trigger special building events, such as a karaoke bar's release party or the asylum's invitation to hooky-playing Sims to go to therapy. Sims that visit buildings may also take on a buildings characteristics. For example, if a Sim visits a meditation center, he or she may turn into a monk. It's just a visual change, but it's fun to see a mime from your clown school wandering around. This sounds varied enough, but in truth, this stuff doesn't make the gameplay more engaging because you never need it. It's almost like your Sims are window dressing. They can get unhappy, sure, but assuming you keep your social energy numbers relatively even, your Sims need never be a factor.

A clock tower increases your authority levels. Why? Nobody knows.
The game looks pretty and charming, depicting crisp, colorful structures. If you build a zoo, you can zoom in to see swaying giraffes and a lounging tiger (and impressively, these models cast their own shadows). Or if you construct a soccer field, you can watch the players kick the ball around. Watching your Sims walk around is also fun because of their cute exaggerated walks. But be prepared: Though the frame rate isn't that stable to begin with, building a large city can slow it to a crawl, so prepare to turn down your settings, even on a higher-end machine. We also experienced crashes to our desktop on two separate machines, though a recent patch seems to have helped clear up these issues for some players. The game sounds charming, thanks to the endearing Simlish exclamations from your citizens and some quirky sound effects.
There are a bunch of maps to choose from, and you can create random ones as well. So if just want to sit back and build a city on your own terms, you'll find a lot of ways to do it. But without any real challenge, the welcome wears out quickly. Unlike most city builders, there's nothing to keep you engaged, and SimCity Societies falls flat as a result.
By Kevin VanOrd, GameSpot




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Album: D-Sides
Breaking Year: 2007
Genre: Pop
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Running time: 01:57:09
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God of War 2
Company: Sony
Platform: PS2
ESRB Rating: Mature

#10. God of War 2
Like the fading old gods themselves, the Playstation 2 has a final mighty hurrah with this beautiful titan-clasher set in the world of classical Greece. Kratos, a war-god stripped of his powers, goes after a pantheon of mythical figures with a bloody, astonishingly cruel arsenal of moves and weapons. Watch for his extended slugfest with an animated, glowing-eyed Colossus of Rhodes the size of a skyscraper. Sublime.



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Company: Namco Bandai
Platform: Xbox 360
ESRB Rating: Teen

#9. Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation
Whip through the skies in a succession of high-performance fighters, around peaks and over cities and under bridges, while surprisingly crafty foes dog you turn for turn. Isn't this what video games are for? The action is blisteringly fast-paced, and the landscapes and atmospheric effects are astonishingly vivid. You'll bliss out on the vapor trails the missiles leave even as they're snaking up your tailpipe.


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Company: Microsoft
Platform: Xbox 360
ESRB Rating: Mature

#8. Mass Effect
Role-playing games aren't the hip thing in gaming these days, but Mass Effect brings back some of that old-school, story-driven, single-player magic. Set in a rich, original science-fiction universe, it approaches the long-sought-after ideal of game-as-interactive novel. You play a kind of galactic 007 agent on a mission to deal with another agent gone rogue. Choose a class, level up, earn weapons and armor, assemble your party, talk to startlingly realistic aliens. Mass Effect has all that good stuff that games used to be about before the Internet came along. Plus you get to shoot people — and there's an alien make-out scene.



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Company: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo DS
ESRB Rating: Everyone

#7. Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
Nintendo's most sprawling, elegant, epic franchise comes to its most compact handheld hardware. And it's a perfect fit. Link is back, this time plying pirate-wracked seas and exploring islands and delving into the dungeons of the Temple of the Ocean King — it's amazing the multitudes of worlds they've fit into that tiny package.



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ESRB Rating: Mature
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As in the real world, war never ends in the Call of Duty series, and the latest entry renders battlefield experience with a dramatic power and immediacy and realism never seen before in any video game ever. Playing as a Marine and a British S.A.S., you'll be shunted around the globe, from battlefield to battlefield, Russia to the Middle East, taking the worst that modern warfare has to offer you, house to house and toe to toe, and spitting it right back.



Company: 2K Games
Platforms: Xbox 360, PC
ESRB Rating: Mature
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#5. BioShock
Absolutely the best action-role playing game set in a ruined art-deco underwater city that you'll play this year. Beautifully written and acted, BioShock tells a rich, weird story about a metropolis beneath the waves, ruled by an Orwellian madman whom you must assassinate, through the medium of a complex combat system that involves modifying your own DNA in real-time to give yourself a rotating arsenal of superpowers.



Super Mario Galaxy
Company: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo Wii
ESRB Rating: Everyone

#4. Super Mario Galaxy
That Bowser! He really doesn't get tired of kidnapping Princess Peach, does he? The story is hoary, but everything else about this Mario game is absolutely new: the wee mustachioed plumber is now in outer space, zipping through a spinning, candy-colored, deliriously surprising universe of tiny Little Prince-like planetoids, chasing his nemesis and servicing his endless addiction to those sparkly stars.



Rock Band
Company: MTV Games
Platform: Xbox 360, PS2, PS3
ESRB Rating: Teen
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#3. Rock Band
Experience all — or at any rate some — of the musical highs, the camaraderie, and the sexual tension of being in a rock band without having to carry around amps or actually learn how to play an instrument. One dude sings, three other dudes play drums, bass and guitar. It's as simple, and as awesome, as that. Grooving along with tracks by the Rolling Stones, Weezer, Radiohead, R.E.M., and dozens of other legends — and these are the original recordings, mind you, not covers — is an experience unlike anything else in gaming.



The Orange Box
Company: Electronic Arts
Platform: Xbox 360, PC, PS3
ESRB Rating: Mature
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  • #2. The Orange Box
    There are five things inside The Orange Box: Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episodes One and Two, Portal, and Team Fortress 2. All share Half-Life 2's bleak, unsettling vision of a planet Earth devastated and defeated and picked over by horrific invading aliens, rendered by a beautiful physics engine and astonishingly evocative audio effects. The real surprise is Portal, a satanically innovative puzzle game involving a gun that creates wormholes that zap objects from place to place. And don't forget Team Fortress 2, a multiplayer shoot-'em-up where players take on different roles and character classes. Taken all together — or for that matter, even in pieces — The Orange Box is an astounding achievement.



Halo 3
Company: Microsoft
Platform: Xbox 360
ESRB Rating: Mature

  • #1. Halo 3
    Like a pebble that has been rounded over the centuries by the gentle splashing of the ocean waves, Halo 3 has become the perfect hardcore first-person combat simulator. By dint of painstaking labor on the part of its developer, Bungie, it has been refined over three installments to the point where it delivers only pure, unadulterated gaming bliss. Every combat is even-sided and complex and can be waged in multiple ways, using an arsenal of long- and short-range weapons, plus grenades and hand-to-hand moves. Every level is perfectly paced and balanced and graced with soaring architectural compositions. Plus it's graphically gorgeous. The epic storyline and the stirring score don't hurt either. In one of the greatest years video gaming has ever seen, Halo 3 is the very best of the bunch.


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The big show is approaching and up-and-coming fashion designer Kate Masters must measure, cut, and sew her unique looks before the models hit the runway. Help Kate work her way from small-town seamstress to superstar by keeping her designs fresh, her models smiling, and her audience applauding! Featuring 48 levels in eight exciting cities, hundreds of unique garments to create, and a scrapbook full of your accomplishments, Fab Fashion is sure to bring out the fashionista in everyone!



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