Romopolis is a game that combines truly addictive and challenging game play with amazing graphics and immersive atmosphere of ancient Rome. This week has brought us several games that creatively remake the idea of Build-a-lot strategy game play and put it to historic setting. Romopolis is a great example how it can be done to make a perfect game. I must say the game is genuinely challenging, and you do have to think hard and quick at the same time, but the fun is worth the effort. And if you don't want to fulfill missions someone designed for you, you are welcome to select the Sandbox mode and construct your own city as you wish.
Royal Envoy 2 is the sequel to one of the best strategy games of the last year. The game has something in common with all of the games of this genre, something familiar from the previous release, and something unique to this release. You are going to save the kingdom of Middleshire from many problems by managing the resources available to you. If you played the first game, you might be happy to see Cedric. If not, I'm sure you won't be disapponted either. If you are a fan of this genre, you might not be able to get as many new releases as the fans of the hidden object game genre, but you are kind of lucky this time. And the reason is because I don't think I have ever played a hidden object game that would last at least like 10-15 hours.
Sally's Studio is a newly released time-management game. The story of the game follows young girl Sally, that is so good at keeping people all energized and refreshed. Sally no longer cuts hair, now she is training people to be good athletes (and some yoga moves). Your tasks are to assist different customers like teachers and Olympic champions to help them tone up and unwind. Don't forget to upgrade your store and use special power-ups to keep your clients motivated!
Summer Resort Mogul presents one of the most popular and desirable scenarios before you. And it is a two-fold scenario. One part of it is about you having a rich uncle that just died. Another one is that you are to work building a resort. Both aspects are equally attractive especially if you are a simulation genre fan. For you it is three-fold then. The game starts with you being told about the last will of your rish uncle. It happened that you and John are the only family of that person and you two are going to show which one of you deserves the company.
Welcome to Supermarket Management, a game in time-management genre that, though presenting nothing special in the terms of theme (running a supermarket, yeah) or game play (good old time-management) still stands out of all the other title of the kind by its really funny and beautiful graphics and diversity of tasks to fulfill.
You start playing from some very simple tasks like filling the counters with goods, giving
carts to customers at the entrance, collecting payment at the cash-desk and leading
customers to the products they need if they got lost.
Where do you go ever day to buy some stuff to eat? To the nearest shop I suppose, no matter whether it is a big prosperous supermarket or a small shop. The more important thing for you is what kind of service you will meet there. Have you ever thought of what a hard work it is to serve the customers quickly and keep them happy to keep them coming back? But Supermarket Management 2 is not a book on retail management it is just a game, where you have a chance to penetrate into the supermarket life as its owner. Owning and managing an upcoming retail outlet is no easy task! I hope the main heroine- Kate, who has just come back after working in the huge supermarket for a while, understands it either. As she decides to open her own tiny shop with one employee, she needs your help and your talents, and perhaps your business experience and wits to succeed in retail industry and turn her small shop into most successful supermarket in the entire city.
Here is a new hit from Sudden Games and Reflexive Arcade: Sushi To Go Express! Make sure you've got nothing urgent to do before you've started it as you are going to forget about everythig in the world but this time management game. Meet a cheerful delivery guy named Tony Tortuga who's gonna share his supply of energy with you. Together you'll make a great team!
PI EYE Games offer you to try their new game System Mania - a release with a unique game play which is bound to find its fans, though some of you might not appreciate the mechanics. The story of the game is the usual story of success characteristic of the time-management genre. You will act as Fiona, a young girl and an ex-employee of Mount Shine Space Agency. Now she decides to open her own tech support shop, and, surely, the game begins. Welcome to Fiona's Fix-It Shop! The game play is very simple, but challenging. You'll have to turn off red lights before they blow up.