The closest PopCap games come to an adventure of the point-and-click variety is in the hidden-object genre. There, two DS titles stand out: Amazing Adventures: The Forgotten Ruins and Mystery P.I. – Portrait of a Thief.
Every week we look at what people have been looking for in Google to find our website and try to answer the questions that you should be able to find answers for on our blog. This week in the Q&A section: Star Wars furnishings, Fallout bans, Halloween stuff and more. Hit the jump to check it all out.
Predictably, a lot of the searches that bring people here are queries about whether a game has split-screen co-op or not. These are yes/no questions and the answers can get a little repetitive to those who are not particularly interested to know them, so I’ve left them for the second part of the post.
Hit the jump for this week’s Q&A.
Looking at what people search for to find your website is one of the delights of blogging and often yields hilarity. However, this will not be a post about what weird shit the split/screen co-op readers have googled for. Rather, we thought it could be useful to take out those queries that look like genuine questions and try and find answers for them. Hit the jump for the first installment.