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    Bejeweled 3 is very good--the unlocked special games are better than the initial games; you unlock them with a reasonable score. It's challenging in many ways; quests, milestones, badges. A lot of fun. Nice music.
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    I second Skyrim. There is violence but the game is incredible. Whatever you do, don't get her World of Warcraft. That is a hard addiction to break.

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    portal as mentioned before is a great puzzle game that will keep her occupied whilst you uke for ages
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    Skyrim is really good. i bet she would love to play it. If the likes star wars she should start with star wars the old republic. I know many girls who play this game! But of course if she's not too much in to RPG games this could be problematic. I also would suggest Alice the madness returns, it's a really nice game and Alice changes the clothing after every level. I realized that many girls appreciate this

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    Portal, civilization,
    Basically check out Steam's puzzle category.
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    Default My favorite game

    My favorite game IGI
    I was complete this game in 2 days

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    Oooh Bejeweled!
    I had successfully forgotten about that . . . but now . . . shoot.

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    If you're looking for the worlds most addictive time-vampire of a game, that will guarantee you hours and hours of peace & quiet to practice, get her Minecraft.
    "It's not what you know, it's how loud you say it"

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    I would recommend World of Goo. Look it up. Much like PvZ, it's got a very cool, cartoony interface, has a basic principle but can get very challenging.

    Give that a go. Great fun.
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    On Spore you can make your creatures as cute or ugly as you want. May be a bit too in depth though.

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