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Overall, Around the World in 80 Days offers an hour or so more playing time than Call of Atlantis – and is very similar; however it’s not quite as much fun. Perhaps this is due to the lack of puzzle types on offer, or the quaint Victorian setting. Whatever the reason, it can seem like a grind at times… but then again it’s hard to resist the pull of ‘just one more level’ when you’ve conquered a particularly tough one. Playrix offers a free downloadable trial of all their games, so if you’re tempted to puzzle your way around the world, why not take it for a test drive?