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Burger Shop

2nd Runner-Up Best Action/Arcade Game of 2007 After receiving some strange blueprints in the mail, you build an extraordinary food-making contraption and open a restaurant. Make food and satisfy a variety of customers until you discover the truth behind the mysterious blueprints. Burger Shop has multiple game modes including Story Mode, Challenge Mode and Relax Mode.

Spongebob Diner Dash 2

Everyone's favorite sponge is back in an all new undersea adventure! Help SpongeBob and the rest of the crew save their favorite hangouts from the greedy Sharkey Two-Times - one restaurant at a time. New characters, challenges, powerups, and a surprise restaurant await you in this fishy follow up to the original smash hit.

Dr. Daisy Pet Vet

Dr. Daisy has just graduated from veterinary school and needs to complete 5 rotations to finish her residency. Help her diagnose and heal needy animals in this madcap dash classic. From the local veterinary clinic to a sea park all the way to a big city zoo, Daisy needs to keep her ailing friends happy and healthy. Upgrades are available at each location to showcase your style and speed-up your play. Grab your stethoscope and let`s get healin`!

Jane's Hotel

Help Jane make her dream come true and build a beautiful 5 star hotel in Jane`s Hotel! You begin with a small 2 star hotel at the outskirts of town and work your way to the top by upgrading accommodations and achieving an excellent reputation. Keep an eye on customer moods and make them happy by building a gold course, serving them exquisite drinks and good meals, or simply cleaning their room.

Paradise Pet Salon

This is no day at the spa! It`s you versus Pet Corp in this fast paced fur flying good time. Your pet spa is competing against the evil Pet Corp. You`ll turn a small corner spa into a huge success with fast and hard work. But it`s not all about speed. You`ve also got to plan ahead. Serve hundreds of great pets and people too so you can earn more money to improve your spa by buying upgrades and special treats for your furry clients too. Fur has never been this fun or addictive.

Build-a-lot

WINNER! #1 Action/Arcade Game of 2007 Become a real estate mogul and take over the housing market as you construct, upgrade and sell houses for huge profits! You can flip houses for quick cash or sit back and watch the rental income pile up. Travel to scenic towns and perform special tasks for the local mayors. Buy blue prints of new buildings to build bigger and better neighborhoods! Can you build an ice rink for the Olympics? A new cinema for the local movie star? Find out in the new strategy game, Build-a-lot!

Deep Quest

Deep Quest takes you to the watery realms of the Deep, where an epic battle between Abyssians and Gordlons is underway. You will command the Abyssian Defence Force and undertake 10 Quests, each with unique maps and challenges. Upgrade your units and structures to win battles. Get lost in an engrossing story line with plot twists and great characters.

Fever Frenzy

Take care of some of the strangest patients you'll ever meet in this fun twist on popular service style games. Cure patients with baboonic plague, bipolarbear disorder, mother goose bumps, 3rd degree sideburns and many more, each with their own personalities and voices. Watch them graphically transform as you cure them!

Alice Greenfingers

1st Runner-Up Best Action/Arcade Game of 2007 Step into the gardening business as Alice Greenfingers in this intriguing simulation game, where you build and decorate your own garden of flowers, animals and vegetables. Follow the market trends, learn to know your customers and sell ripe crops down at the town market to expand and get your business profitable. Sow, water and harvest a wide range of crops!

Turbo Pizza

Rebecca and Robert are on a quest to build a successful restaurant franchise! In Turbo Pizza, you have full control over their pizza destiny. Decide when its right to purchase new appliances, better menu options, or put resources behind developing Rebecca and Roberts skills. Save enough money to open a second location in an even MORE unique setting. Meet your customers needs and word of mouth will bring the masses. Remember though, different customers have different needs.