Fix-it-up: World Tour - Making Money All Over The World
Even though it seems sometimes that there is hardly anything new to be released in certain genres to surprise the fans, it does happen every once in a while.
Not sure about surprise, but Fix-it-Up: Kate's Adventure really was something fresh for the time-management games genre. Fix-it-Up 2: World Tour is the continuation from World-Loom prosed in the first game.
Kate is now challengd to go abroad and make her business in different parts of the world.
This time Kate is going to build her car-repair shops all over the world helping people with their car problems and, of course, making money.
You are to work where it's cold - that would be Canada - or where it's warm - or even hot like in Africa -but wherever you areyou need to focus on the clients wants in order to get as much money as you can.
Going to a new country happens every three levels of the game. If you are playing the career mode then you have 54 levels across 18 different locations in various countries around the world.
The new game have some new features to offer. For example, you can now upgrade buildings to make them more environmentally friendly.
There are also new characers for you to meet and the clients are way more interactive and expressive about letting players know exactly which cars they want to buy.
Another good thing for a player is that you are now able to build your very own mansion from coins you've earned for completing levels with a Silver time ranking. Speaking of time, there isn't a hard and fast time limit (outside of special levels), so there won't be any stress about running out of time.
If you enjoyed the first release, you won't be disappointed with the sequel. The game was able to keep its unique story of a girl who was a mechanic, not a cute blonde doing nails or styling hair.
Anyways the trial version will definitely help you make your mind whether you want it or not.
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