The very name of the game is telling clearly about the game genre. And you know that you can expect some frenzy for a couple of hours. But little did you expect to have to catch a criminal using your social and business skills in Summer Rush.
The game is full of those little undercover-themed details.
You play as a beach business owner, but in reality you went undercover in order to collect enough clues to find a bad guy. This is not typical in the time-management games, and it makes a great feature offering kind of two stories at a time.
The game is a bit slow at times, but it may depend on the computer. The graphics are not the best you have ever seen, but they do create a nice vacation atmosphere with the sand and water and all the tourists. This might be a place of comfort for those who didn't get any of it this summer yet.
The game is full of those little undercover-themed details. You are on assignment so one of the goal for you is to control the business as well as to gether the information.
So you make sure the staff including you work good, and also you are to be in a social mood in order to get some clues. Sometimes, though, it seems like you are hitting on the younger men at the beach, but I guess it depends on the perception of things. One of the strange thigns about the game is how things are explained to you. Sometimes you are told to do something, like to build a building, but sometimes a new building just appears without any notification.
The game may not bring about a lot of excitement to the fans of the genre, but some may still find it enjoyable while waiting for something better.
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