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56 Sage Street on WEB

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56 Sage Street is a Adventuring game available on the WEB.

56 Sage Street is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.


56 Sage Street

56 Sage Street's endearing point and click world is still good fun, but now you can win real world prizes as you play.

Having enjoyed 56 Sage Street (Web) earlier in the year, we were interested to see there is now another reason to play in the form of a LG 42LE4900 42" television.
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56 Sage Street (Web)


Teen Gamer review Thu, 14 Oct 2010

56 Sage Street's endearing point and click world was great fun to explore. Balancing work, rest and play was no mean feat, but the cute graphics meant I didn't mind a bit of educational play.

56 Sage Street is a web game I heard about when some friends at school were playing it. It's a point and click adventure with a strategic edge. It all starts with a nice 56 Sage Street Introduction video.
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