Life Quest 2
Incredibly fun, but a little too easy.
This game is sooo much fun. However, it is a relatively short game, and the quests are too easily completable. I probably played for under 10 hours before I was done with everything I could possibly do. Usually, that would be a big disapointment in a game, but this one is so much fun that I would buy the full version no matter how short it was!
May 7, 2012
Life QUest 2
I really like this game. I mean how much more fun can there be. Creating a character, and then liing out a life through a game. I definatley think everyone should try it!
April 26, 2012
Fun! Both my son & I competed in this to see who could complete everything and have the most "toys" when we were done.
April 22, 2012
Lots of fun
I had a blast with this game. I don't usually go for time management games, but this one had me at the demo. The challenge isn't so much some of the tasks - as eventually you can get them all - it's completing them within the 100 days. It took me about 10 plays through before I got strategy behind them all - plenty of hours of fun.
The graphics aren't especially great, but they really don't need to be. I think the makers can certainly build on what they've done in this game, bring out more relationship building and so on, but I was very glad I bought this one.
April 13, 2012
Anemic Version of Life Quest
The first Life Quest was among my most favorites from Game Fish.This version was lots of fun, but lacked the complexity and variation in the first. The graphics were okay; I felt like I was playing a 2 dimensional board game. Don't get me wrong, it's still a great game and well worth the money.
April 13, 2012
Fun, Simple, Fresh.
It's kind of like a watered down sims game. Simple, with no glitches but definitely fun.
April 12, 2012
Masterpiece in the Making
First off I have to thank one of the BFG tech's [Emily] for introducing me to this game. She was helping me with a problem I was having with a different game via email and at the bottom of her emails they mentioned how Life Quest 2: Metropoville was her most recent favorite game. I hadn't heard of this game so I downloaded the trial version. I LOVE THIS GAME. It's just what I've been looking for. I've always wanted a game that lets you decorate houses and this game has it. But you have to work jobs, stay healthy and travel to add things to your home. You also can buy clothes, get married and have kids. And you even get to have pets and color them any way you want. You can dye your hair, buy clothes, furniture, knick knacks and so on and you can go to college. All kinds of great things. There is one 'Con' I wish was different about the game and that would be that I wish I could move the furniture around to where I want it. And I wish I could decorate a garden. And have it where you can change your hairstyle in the middle of the game. Maybe the next sequel will have this. Otherwise... great game. I played it for 14 straight hours before I was able to finish it. I couldn't quit until I was done. And now I've started playing it again. I've also bought the first series and I'm really enjoying it too. What I love most about the games is that I dont have to click on pause while I'm playing it and watching my favorite tv shows. Nothing like getting a game that demands your attention or it will run out of time and make you lose. I refuse to buy those type of games anymore. When you have kids you dont want to have to be clicking on pause all of the time. Thanks for my 2 new favorite games.
April 11, 2012
We loved life quest the original and are just as pleased with life quest 2. Fun and has replay value as each time you play it you can pick different avenues to complete your quest.
April 6, 2012
Liked LQ1 Graphics Alot Better!!!
Having played LQ1 numerous times as women and men, I was thrilled when I saw this over the weekend. Well.....Good storyline but the graphics are not the same. Not sure what happened. People / Body types were better last time. However, enjoyed having children to pick up at child care, investing money and being able to be friends first with a potential spouse instead of picking them up at the nightclub or a personal ad. A little warning about needing to propose while wearing your bridal clothing would have been nice. I got married in a business suit after I had spent time picking out a dress and shoes. Grrrrrrr. Any way to bring the graphic quality back from LQ1? Also, not everyone wants to get married and have kids. Being single should be an option or/and being single and adopting. Just a thought.
April 2, 2012
This was a disappointing sequel to the original Life Quest. The graphics are amateur and the game play was a little confusing at first. The plot is the same as the first just a different story line. There are more body types and heads to choose from, but the clothing choices are very lacking and need much improvement to even compare with the first game. Better job choices and athletic classes to choose from though. They need to make a third one and combine the awesomeness of each of the two games to make one awesome game instead of two lacking games.
March 31, 2012