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Mar 142010
Huey, Dewey, and Louis take a visit to "The Big Head Guy"

Huey, Dewey, and Louis take a visit to "The Big Head Guy"

The Stone Head Mystery resembled the Moai statues of �Easter Island, but unlike its real life counterpart, the mystery of these stone heads are easily solved. If you drop any tribesman on it, they experience a feeling of warmth and peace. But then nothing else happens. Have you noticed that when you drop a child on a villager that the frown they had goes away?

What do they have to do with each other? Continue reading »

Mar 112010
Celestial Starstone

The Celestial Starstone, one of the many island mysteries...

Most islands in My Tribe start with either a Starstone or a Moonstone, and both are solved in similar ways. Since Stardust is used for so many things, it would be a shame not to solve this right away.

No doubt by now you’ve already used some stardust on one of your tribesmen. Grab ahold of that that person and drop him on top of the stone. You may have to do it once more until you get a message that says that your tribesman reaches into the hole and touches a mechanism inside.

At that point, you will need to use 3 stardust in rapid succession. The star will look as though its filling up. When its full, the mystery will be unlocked and more stardust will fall on your island!

Mar 102010
Jeremiah finds a golden relic.

Jeremiah finds a golden relic.

Unique among games for Facebook, “My Tribe” has you nurture a group of people and teach them to survive on a island full with mysteries. Whether they thrive or “dive”, it is completely up to the choices you make.

If you’ve ever enjoyed Virtual Villagers, then you’ll like this game. In my opinion, I think they did a great job integrating the social aspects of Facebook. when you play it, you can tell that the designers must be Facegamers too. I feel compelled to play it constantly, and even had to tear myself away long enough to write this review. That’s how much there is to do! Continue reading »