ANN: Scrapbook Paige hidden object game

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  1. Aisle5

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    I am please to announce our new HO game Scrapbook Paige. We have released it this weekend on our website and so far the feedback is very positive. If you enjoy HOGs, be sure to check this one out. We loved making it and we hope people love playing it.

    You can download it here: www.aisle5games.com

    Screenshots here:

    http://www.aisle5games.com/screenshot_SP_01.htm

    http://www.aisle5games.com/screenshot_SP_02.htm

    http://www.aisle5games.com/screenshot_SP_03.htm

    http://www.aisle5games.com/screenshot_SP_06.htm


    Gamezebo preview here:

    http://www.gamezebo.com/games/scrapbook-paige/preview

    Mike Wright
    Aisle 5 Games, Inc.
     
  2. Red27

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    Nice game, with good production values.

    However, I did encounter a small problem on the embellishment mini game. I managed 2 stars and decided to continue to get the third. I duly achieved the 3rd star, but the game didn't end the level, and there was no way for me to advance - not controls worked (Esc, Q etc), and the Menu only allowed for full screen and sound controls.

    That prevented me from progressing further.
     
  3. Aisle5

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    Red27 - After achieving the last star, you need to click the done button that is in the upper right hand corner. Currently when you earn the last star, the done button highlights but that may not be enough to draw peoples eyes to it. Perhaps some sparkles added to the button so people don't miss it. The reason we just don't advance you automatically is because we think people that are into scrapbooking may want to continue perfecting their scrapbook page which is saved into their gallery.

    Thanks for checking out the game. I appreciate the input.
     

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