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  • Summary: The lands of Rainbow Kingdom have been freed from the Sorcerer Spider's sticky spell but the Royal Palace is caught in a dastardly web. You must free letters from the magic web by sliding colored beads into matching groups of three or more. Restore the Palace to its former glory toThe lands of Rainbow Kingdom have been freed from the Sorcerer Spider's sticky spell but the Royal Palace is caught in a dastardly web. You must free letters from the magic web by sliding colored beads into matching groups of three or more. Restore the Palace to its former glory to vanquish the villainous spider once and for all. Colorful, addictive, and full of surprises, Rainbow Web II is a vibrant adventure for the whole family.

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    KEY FEATURES
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    * 62 challenging web levels
    * 7 spider web patterns and 13 unique rooms to restore
    * 13 Jigsaw Puzzle and Hidden Object mini games
    * Rich story and amazing graphics
    * Listen to your iPod library while playing with fully integrated OS3 music controls.

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    BIG FISH GAMES
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    Casual games have been around for many years. Some say it started with the launch of Solitaire on Windows 95. However, in the past 10 years, with the successes of digitally distributed casual games, there have been three major occurrences that changed the industry. The first wave started with Tetris and Zuma. As a result nearly every game launched was a match 3 game for several years. A few years later Betty's Beer Bar launched, followed by Diner Dash. These time management games started a new craze in casual games.

    In November of 2005, Big Fish Games developed and released Mystery Case Files: Huntsville, and the market experienced its most recent shift. The success of the Mystery Case Files series inspired Hidden Expedition (Everest and Titanic), Hidden Mysteries, and many other great hidden-object and puzzle adventure games. Other games in this series are available for Mac and PC at www.bigfishgames.com.

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    • Rainbow Web II


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