Winter wolves

I’ve been doing some surfing around the ‘net for some new pc games to play. I’ve kind of gotten sick of the ones that I’ve been playing on a regular basis recently. You can only play Snood for so long before you want to actually throw shrunken multi-colored heads around. I came across Winter Wolves, it’s a newer site where you can download a few different games. I downloaded Quizland because I’m more into puzzle games than anything. I downloaded the trial because I don’t see a point in paying for something before I try it. I’ve only ever done that once and it was based on the fact that it was software that I knew I needed to have. I don’t even think I remember the name, now that I think of it.

QuizlandSo I downloaded this game called Quizland which has a database of over 1500 questions. You have like 15 seconds to answer each question and the faster you answer the question, the higher your score. And on each level you can use the Jolly button so that two answers can be removed. It reminds me of “Who wants to be a millionaire” because there’s that 50/50 option where two wrong answers are taken away. With the full version of the game you can play local multiplayer games, submit your high scores to the online standings and all of the 1500 questions are available. If you get the answer wrong, you can view the correct answer so you can keep that in your brain for future reference. It’s only $9.95 and you can download it in both PC and Mac formats.

There are many other games that you can download, and the cool thing about it is the option to download both PC and mac games. Knowing that in the very near future (thanks to my recent loan approval), I’ll be purchasing an iMac with some of the money so having the ability to download mac games that I find more than entertaining is a great thing to know. I’ll have to keep WinterWolves.com on my list of resources. If you own either a Mac or a PC, and you like games, then this is the site for you.

Krissy

A thirty-something code ninja + web diva. Former New Yorker who's passionate about web development, HTML/CSS, beautifying things and marketing.

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