Game du Jour is a "One Deal a Day" website for casual PC games. Every day of the week, Game du Jour sells one downloadable game at a steep discount.
Every week, Blogcritics Magazine will bring you a look of those games, so you know what to expect when the featured game gets its 24 hours in the spotlight.
Mon. February 16th: 40% off on Funny Chewer
Tue. February 17th: 50% off on Freecell Wizard
Wed. February 18th: 50% off on Pet Vet 3D Animal Hospital
Thu. February 19th: 50% off on Crazy Machines 1.5
Fri. February 20th: 50% off on Pet Vet 3D Wild Animal Hospital
Sat. February 21st: 50% off on Engineer 2
Sun. February 22nd: 50% off on Solitaire Wizard
There is a magical country called PacLand, and its inhabitants are called PacMen. They are very kind people, but every country has its skeleton. The Mafia, with their chief Grouchy, decided to seize PacLand's chewing gum factory. A little PacMan nicknamed Chewer (because of his passion for gum) decided to penetrate into the factory and to fight against the monsters. It was a dark night when Chewer climbed over the enormous iron gates. Unfortunately, he triggered the alarm and all monsters awoke. Pursuit began!
You should move as quick as possible and try to eat as much gum as possible (this will give you points and at 10,000, an additional life.) Be aware, for the monsters like chewing gum too. Try to collect all 10 bonuses and pay attention to the level time limit. You have four minutes to kill all monsters and to collect all gum. The monsters can be divided into two categories: very dangerous and just adverse. Very dangerous monsters can shoot and attack at a distance. As for the adverse ones, do not allow them to touch you, for they can kill you only when they are very close.
If you have played the FreeCell game that comes with Windows, then you know how addictive it can be. But wouldn’t it be nice to have a little more? Wouldn’t you like to be able to undo more than one move? In fact, wouldn’t it be great to be able to undo all of your moves? Wouldn’t you like to be able to save a game in progress, so if your boss walks in, you can resume work where you left off when she leaves? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to make moves with a single mouse click? FreeCell Wizard features 15 other games in addition to FreeCell: Antares, Baker’s Game, Bastion, Double FreeCell, Eight Off, ForeCell, Four Colours, Milligan Cell, Penguin, Repair, Sea(haven) Towers, Spidercells, Stalactites, Towers, and Two Cells.