At last one can see a ray of hope in the abundance of hidden object games we've been observing recently! EleFun Games have brought us some happiness as Cake Shop 2 - a time management game all about making cakes. Those who didn't find the first part of the series addicting enough, should play the sequel as a must to see how significantly it has improved. Actually, it's an example worthy of praise, of how much a team of developers can do to change a sequel to better unrecognizably.
We've been enjoying a great number of Hidden Objects recently and it seems that there have never been so little time management issues as now. However, Kelly Green Garden Queen developed by Absolutist is a happy exception! The game offers you to join Kelly, a city gal who has decided to abandon the concrete jungle for life on a budding farm, and let her share her success and popularity with you. Use your Time Management skills to help the nursery bloom and help her become a Garden Queen!
The hidden object games fans are bomborded by new and good releases now but time-management games fans are not forgotten either. Cake Mania: Main Street developed and published by Sandlot Games is a chance to have a fun and challenging time baking cakes with Jill. This new release has the same old concept but it does also have new twists. Jill is now married and back from her trip but she isn't tired and exhousted for another round of baking. Especially concidering the cause - a mega mall was opened in the town. This new giant caused all of the smaller shops go buncrupt. So Jill is the only hope for the people in town. And as for her, she is ready to help.
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!
Get a job at Nanny 911 - the latest Time Management game from Gamehouse, Merscom and Overplay. You will take a role of a nanny who is the last hope of some desperate families. There is no need to be a professional psychologist to see that all their problems come from adults in the first place. Their children only learn what they see as an example constantly. Will you succeed in reeducating those parents and bringing salvation to their families?
Farm Frenzy 3 is a new title in the Farm Frenzy series. Being developed by Alawar Melesta and published by Alawar Entertainment the game gets you on track of completing all kinds of tasks from taking care of different animals to baking cakes. This title takes us back to the original gameplay dynamics eliminating the thinking part. Even theough there's a baking part, it is very different from Farm Frenzy Pizza party. You always have to think of the strategies you are going to use to reach the best results. But what I meant was that this fourth title in the series fits in with the first two, where all the fun is found in thinking and clicking as fast as you can.
For those who hadn't become rich enough in the predecessor, Divo Games released one more chance to enrich oneself. Be Richer follows in the footsteps of the Build-a-lot series and is supposed to cause even more sensation as real estate theme has become extremely popular recently. While keeping all successful identifying features of the first Be Rich, it offers you a significantly wider scope for initiative and enrichment.
Another release in the Dash series is available now for the fans of the genre and of the Diner Dash games. Cooking Dash: Diner Town Studios is developed by Aliasworlds and published by PlayFirst and gets you to do a very familiar thing - serve the clients as quick as you can. You can expect to meet such characters as Bookworms, Cellphone Addicts, Kindly Seniors or Students. In addition to those ou will also meet customers like the Director, the Celebrity and the Starlet. Even though the game is full of things to make it easier for you it will still keep you on your toes.