Jet Set Go
Jet Set Go?
Jet Set Go is a game where you run a travel agency with your partner: Alice. You go on the travels to make sure your customers are happy and you upgrade the furniture in your Travel Agency shop. The customers will tell you what they want and they only have a level of patience, which can be hard to control. However you do the same things on the same holiday destinations and the same things in the travel agency shop. Therefore this game is very repetitive, but for some reason you get addicted to it. The graphics were ok but they didn't contain much detail. This game is simple and easy but it is a game were you can relax so you dont get annoyed with it. I would recommened this game.
June 7, 2012
While this had a fairly decent mix of clicks, mouse movements, I found the storyline annoying. Seriously, turn people over on their beachtowels? focus the binoculars for them? Much like the Nanny games, eventually, I just got ticked off that the characters were so darn "needy" and just didn't want to deal with them. The graphics were pretty crude,
February 15, 2013
Got tedious after a time
By the time you get to the last agency, you really want this game to be over. It's repetitive and just plain tedious. Pattern matching moves just turns me off, much like it did with Avenue Flo.
There were times in the travel part of the game when I thought, "These people just work you to the bone." After a while it just felt like a boring job.
Passport photos was just nothing more than a rehash of photos taken at travel destinations.
I do admit, I did like the travel destinations with viewers. At least you got some nice views.
Definitely not the Dash series (though Flo always being the answer to everyone else's problems makes them tedious at times too).
There didn't feel like there was any challenge or real entertainment value to this game. I did buy it because it was sort of entertaining, Then it got to be like work.
May 13, 2012
This game it's Ok!!! Try !!!.....
February 7, 2012
Could have been better
Fairly fun game, could have been designed better. No incentive to chain or organize your tasks. Not a game you can lose, really. Can keep playing until get 5 stars. Fun as a trial - but shouldn't have bought it.
July 26, 2012
Jet Set Go is modeled after games like Sally's Spa or Belle's Beauty Boutique - drag characters to stations, then click arrows until the customer has a big old smile on their face. Sally and Belle type games are not my favorite by far to begin with, but this one is just really bad. There could have been something here, but it never really manifested itself into a successful game, like the producers got lazy halfway through the making. Repetitive, boring, and exhaustingly easy (even at "expert" setting). Maybe cute for children ages 5-10.
February 28, 2013
Repetitive, no challenge
You just have to click a lot. No real time management.
April 20, 2013
So so game...
I lost interest within 10 minutes.
January 28, 2012
Same game, over and over!
I thought this game was pretty interesting, so I bought it. It wasn't until I had the full game and found that although it implies going to various locations, the game repeats from location to location and doesn't really get more difficult as far as I can tell. After having three "travel agencies," I got so bored playing the game that I haven't even played it all the way through! As far as I'm concerned, I've wasted my money.
Basically, each travel agency is pretty much the same from location to location. The three mini games within the game are the same way! Once you've played the first travel agency and visited each "location" associated with it, you've basically played the game. It just keeps repeating over and over again. The only difference is the background design or "locations."
May 11, 2013