Rise of atlantis
Around the world in 80 days
Covert Front 2
Strike Force Heroes 3
Roads of Rome 2
Ayla cook picnic menu
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Cooking game with four successive recipes.
Jacksmith is the craftiest donkey in all the land. In Jacksmith, you are a blacksmith crafting a wide range of weapons for all of your warriors. Crafting weapons is completely hands-on. Choose your ore, choose your mold, melt it, pour it, construct it, and design it. Whether it's swords, bows, arrows, axes, or others things, you'll need skills and strategy to make the perfect weapon. After crafting, it's off to battle with your team of warriors. As they fight, you gather loot and man the cannons, and keep making progress towards the Great Wizard Dudley!
In this sequel to the award-winning hit game “Papa’s Pizzeria”, you’re headed back to the kitchen to run Papa Louie’s new burger shop! You’ll have to take orders, grill burgers, add toppings, and serve the sandwiches to the waiting customers.
It all started when McCoy was hired by Hex Hatfield to find the Thorned Emerald. Unaware of the jewel's curse, McCoy was transformed into a walking, talking, brawling cactus. Now it is a race against time to bring the Thorned Emerald back to its proper home before Cactus McCoy is turned to a lifeless stone cactus.This platforming brawler game will have you wielding tons of weapons as you traverse a strange Wild West world of hidden treasures and seemingly endless enemigos.
Chess is an abstract strategy board game and mental sport for two players. The object of the game is to checkmate the opponent's king. This occurs when the king is under immediate attack (in check) and there is no way to prevent it from being captured on the next move. Chess is one of the world's most popular board games; it is played both recreationally and competitively in clubs, tournaments, online, and by mail or e-mail (correspondence chess). Many variants and relatives of chess are played throughout the world. The most popular, in descending order by number of players, are xiangqi in China, shogi in Japan, janggi in Korea, and makruk in Thailand. The game described in this article is sometimes known as FIDE Chess, Western Chess or International Chess to distinguish it from other variants.