Club Paradise - 75 levels of Summer
Club Paradise is a newly developed and released time management game from Blue Lizard Games. The game is for those who miss the warmth during this Christmas season.
The warm up happens for you as you find yourself on a tropical island and also as you rush around like crazy in order to complete the levels.
The game spreads over 75 in total. And completing all of those levels won't take you 500 days.
So as I alluded to 500 Days Of Summer movie in the title of this review, you play as a young girl named Summer. She is an intern at a resort. The resort where you are going to work has just been wrecked by a hurricane. It is located on a tropical island. This idea does sound perfect for some relaxation.
But don't think that you are going to have any rest over there, but rather you are going to work really hard as a manager of different locations.
The general task for you in this game is to reconstruct three places: the pool, where Summer works as manager; then the beach, which is overseen by the lifeguard Mick, and the club, which is run by the resort's owner, Kim.
The game spreads over 75 in total. And completing all of those levels won't take you 500 days, but rather three to four hours. Experienced players won't find it really hard to complete the game with expert scores.
You will visit each of the locations 5 times because there are 5 parts in each of them to reconstruct. Things go pretty similar in each part of the location. If you are at the beach you drag the visitors to their beach chairs, then you serve them what they want, and you get paid. Completing the levels isn't that difficult. You just need to earn certain ammount of money.
But things are a bit different if you want to get the expert score. Now you have to finish a level within a certain time limit and also get patience stars from the visitors.
There are also interesting mini-games for each location. For example, At the pool you have to hit drums in the right order, at the beach you have to pick the correct pieces to recreate a sandcastle, and at the end of each club session you have to mix cocktails for customers by choosing the required ingredients.
The game is bright and attractive to the eyes with the accordingly nice sounds and music.
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