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My Real Games Debuts Free Puzzle Games for March

LONDON, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

March is set to be a brain teasing month for games fans as My Real Games confirms a bumper upload of free puzzle games, action and time management titles.

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Promising players a plentiful selection of fantastic PC downloadable games, there is also a hand-picked collection of all new action and hidden object challenges to keep My Real Games fans of all ages entertained throughout the month. Each of the titles are PC downloadable and free to play, meaning there is no limit on the hours of enjoyment to be had.

Also included in the haul is the much anticipated Supercow free download. An action arcade game that's also suitable for kids, Supercow is called on to save the day when the evil professor Duriarti escapes from prison and takes the whole town hostage. Supercow must rescue Sunny Valley's residents before Professor Duriarti can complete any more evil experiments while battling enemies including crows, spiders and snails.

With excellent graphics and an abundance of addictive game play, the new Farm Craft time management title also promises to put a spring in the step of gamers logging on to check out new My Real Games additions in March. The game follows Dusty as she helps our rural farmers take on a big agricultural conglomerate trying to develop the land surrounding the town. As Dusty, players must plan their day, pull on their wellington boots and get their hands dirty to help the famers save the town.

New in the Hidden Object category - which continues to be one of the most popular categories in the My Real Games archives - is Mysteryville. Donning the cap of an ace reporter for the local newspaper, players must solve the riddle of Mysteryville and find out the truth behind strange happenings in town such as the puzzle of the disappearing cats by visiting shops and interviewing creepy townsfolk.

For those that can't get enough of head scratching challenges, there are two new games available in the Puzzle category; Jigsaw Boom 3 and Holiday Jigsaw Valentine's Day. Suitable for players of all ages, Jigsaw Boom 3 players must solve jigsaws of varying difficulties, rearranging puzzles of between 12 and 300 pieces. In the romance themed Holiday Jigsaw Valentine's Day, there are more than 500 puzzles to solve, all made up of cute pictures and amazing photos, totaling 10 hours game play.

My Real Games' Nikolai Veselov said, "We're putting a spring into the step of March website visitors with our fun selection of fantastic new titles. There is something for every age and every category preference, from puzzles for kids to mind boggling hidden object challenges for grownups!"

To find out more and to play any of these games, visit http://www.myrealgames.com. No registration is required.

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