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Casual Friday casual game update for December 21, 2012

Sections: 2D, Adventure, Casual, Gaming News, Genres, Mac, PCs, Puzzle, Windows

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Hey everyone! Good morning! The holidays are fast approaching, which means you may not have time for full games until after Christmas. Which means casual games may be all you can play for a while. Fortunately, this week’s casual game update has five new games to play. In addition, three out of the five games are available for both Windows and Mac. Unfortunately, only one of them is actually Christmas-y, and the rest are standard hidden object games.

Also, there are two huge sales going on right now! The first is the Humble Indie Bundle 7, which is available until January 2, 2013. With that you get Windows, Mac and Linux versions of The Binding of Isaac, Closure, Shank 2 and Snapshot and get Indie Game: The Movie. Pay more than the current average and you also get Dungeon Defenders and Legend of Grimrock. The big 2012 Steam Holiday Sale is on now as well until January 5, 2012.

This week’s best bet is: The Humble Indie Bundle 7 (Windows, Mac, Linux)


Fairly Twisted Tales: The Price Of A Rose
Genre: Hidden Object
Availability: Big Fish Games
Retail Price: $6.99
Platform: Windows XP or better and Mac 10.4 or better

The Torment of Whitewall Collector’s Edition
Genre: Hidden Object
Availability: Big Fish Games
Retail Price: $13.99
Platform: Windows XP or better

Christmas Wonderland 3
Genre: Hidden Object
Availability: Big Fish Games
Retail Price: $6.99
Platform: Windows XP or better and Mac 10.4 or better

Reality Show: Fatal Shot Collector’s Edition
Genre: Hidden Object
Availability: Big Fish Games
Retail Price: $6.99
Platform: Windows XP or better and Mac 10.4 or better

Lake House: Children of Silence Collector’s Edition
Genre: Hidden Object
Availability: Alawar Entertainment
Retail Price: $19.99
Platform: Windows XP or better

Editor’s Note: Due to so many casual games sites offering game plans or preferred member prices, which can cause a game to have multiple price-points, the games’ average retail prices is mentioned in Casual Friday.

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