Tropical Dream: Underwater Odyssey 1.0

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Tropical Dream: Underwater Odyssey is an inspiring story about a girl named Megan who wants to change her life. She’s had enough of living in a busy metropolis and decides to buy an old house on a Tropical Island.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
big fish games big fish games
Price:
$6.99
File size:
84.00 Mb
Date added:
February 24, 2009
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Description from the Publisher
Tropical Dream: Underwater Odyssey is an inspiring story about a girl named Megan who wants to change her life. She’s had enough of living in a busy metropolis and decides to buy an old house on a Tropical Island. Well, nothing in life ever goes as planned; the house she just bought has seen better days. But just when Megan is about to give up, she gets an idea that will change her life: underwater pictures!
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