Build in Time - Go! Go! Go!
Reflexive Entertainment has presented us a new time-management
game - Build in Time - to kill your time and...mouse. You'll be
so addicted that killing several hours is inevitable. And the game takes
so much clicking that your mouse will be shocked but it'll survive.
You are to build custom houses as fast as you can
travelling through time.
So you start your career working
for the largest building company. You get a short tutorial and start
your work. You start in 1950 and finish in 2009.
In every level, which is for one year, you are given a look at the area
divided into blocks for the houses.
Your customers appear on the left telling you what kind of house they
Then you rush to the bottom trying to find the right model of a house
and drag it to the place you want. Then you drag the paint color that
the customer wants and wait till the crew finishes.
It takes time for them to build or to paint, but you can make it faster
by clicking. A hummer will apear for building and a brush for painting.
This will make the process faster but not as fast as you are going to
There is a requested amount of money you are to earn
to get to the next level. It gets more and more challenging to reach it
as you progress.
There is an amount of money you are
to earn in order to finish each level. If you get more - good for you! -
you can spend that money in the upgrade store. It is always cool to buy
another crew or home appliances.
Plus there are special tasks for each level. If you accomplish those you
get a star. Stars are also needed to buy upgrades.
After a few levels you are given a chance to get a "Mega Click Assist".
You get it when you make a row or a column of the same features (color,
"Mega Click Assist" allows you to finish building or painting within a
second. But it doesn't last too long.
You should keep an eye on the hearts that show the customers' level of
patience. The more hearts they have by the time you finished the house
the more tips you get and that is crucial often times in this game.
The game is great in every detail. The only thing I didn't like is that I
had to click that much.
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