G5’s weekly lineup: Virtual City Playground Update & 2 hit HOGs are coming soon

The 1.7 Virtual City Playground Update, featuring Football (soccer) Championship dedicated content and heaps of new quests has been launched on iOS, Kindle Fire and Google play. Mac owners will be available to update their dream cities soon too. I'll send the press release announcing this amazing update later this week. And here are some tips for you – In the updated Virtual City Playground, players got a new opportunity to entertain their citizens and make their cities even more prosperous: smarten the buildings with football symbols, build an airport to meet the foreign guests, construct a stadium for thousands of fans, master new product chains, organize a new hot event on Plaza and complete a bunch of fresh quests.

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One of the most anticipated sequels in hidden object/adventure games genre, Letters from Nowhere 2, arrives on the iTunes Store this Thursday, June 21, 2012. Audrey collected all the letters with the help of the dead postman, hoping they would lead her to Patrick, her missing husband. Instead, she is taken to a mysterious sleepy town. In Letters from Nowhere 2, Audrey discovers that her husband is a descendant of a cursed family, and is doomed to death … Don't lose a moment and save Patrick from death in this sinister adventure game.

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Another eerie HOG is on the way to Nook owners. Paranormal Agency will appear at the Nook Store this Thursday. Featuring over 50 levels and variety of hidden object challenges, Paranormal Agency is a thrilling, chilling, and interactive examination of the unexplained. In the game, you need to use your supernatural ESP to rid the city of malevolent spooks and spirits. Help Heather hunt for hidden items in locations all over the city and find out who is behind the attacks on innocent citizens.

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