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I'm beginning to become somewhat of a fan of these game collections. Since they're always cost effective, they're great for family PCs otherwise used primarily for work. They don't take up a lot of space, and most of them actually challenge the mind a little.
Overall, this is a pretty amusing and entertaining CD and you're sure to find something that appeals to everyone in the household. You can't say that about most games, can you?
At the end of the pile, what we are left with is a hit and miss collection of little games, much as you would get if you downloaded a stack of shareware games. The difference is that with After Dark Games, you don't have to chase around trying to write small cheques to the shareware developer or feel that pang of immorality if you choose not to pay. After Dark Games is also much more polished graphically and musically than you will find in most shareware titles, and you know it is virus free.
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AFTER DARK GAMES is an interesting collection that will appeal to a wide audience. If nothing else, it makes for a good time-killer.
But under the veneer of sharp, colorful graphics and engaging music and sound are games that just don't bring any life to the desktop puzzle genre. Each game is either a blatant rip-off of better-known games or is just so close, the only puzzle to solve will be trying to figure out what game it reminds you of. The only difference is that After Dark Games incorporates the objects and characters from the screen savers.