for all ages
cute, fun and addictive for all ages!
April 29, 2012
Great TM game!
I liked this game. It was fun and challenging to get gold on every level.
April 26, 2012
good TM game, similar to Royal Envoy
The game concept is very similar to Royal Envoy, which I liked he best of this type of TM game. The music is annoying so unfortunately I play with the volume down.
April 25, 2012
I can't get level 53
I really like this game but I'm stuck on level 53 I either have happiness or eco but I can't get both can anyone help me
August 3, 2013
Greed or ecology YOU decide!
This is kinda like a build-a-lot for the camping world. The game is fun and like the build-a-lot franchise eases you in to the game fairly gently.
A nice twist with this game is that it enables you to decide whether you want to put 'greed' over the ecology, which I thought was a nice touch, if you chose the ecology then you were awarded 'ecology' points which would then enable you to gain 'respect' from others. Obviously if you choose money first then you would complete the levels quicker, but you do sacrifice not only the scenery but your 'green standing' with those around.
In the earlier levels (this review is based on the hour trial demo), you have to build factories and greenhouses, in order to build the tents and gardens (extra eco points) for the tents (though I always thought tents were canvas not wood, but hey ho, artistic licence and all that).
The aim of the earlier levels was to build tents and gain eco-points within a time-limit (at the beginning of the game you could chose whether you wanted timed (strategy) or casual (a 'relaxed' game).
Overall the game is fun and brings a different slant for those who like the build-a-lot franchise of games, there was some 'move the debris' type of game play but unlike the Royal Envoy or My Kingdom for a Princes series of games, this was not the main-stay of the game.
I would recommend the game especially those people who like the 'build-a-lot' franchise.
May 5, 2013
Time For Smores!
This is a fun little game with 60 levels, 2 modes of play and lots of trophies to earn. The tutorial explanations are very complete and helpful. New things are added progressively for increasing difficulty. The little muttering lumberjack workers are a hoot.
May 2, 2013
Good fun and just enough challenge
I really enjoyed this game, but I would like to be able to replay the levels to increase my final score and get all the trophies - there doesn't seem to be a way to do that.
April 20, 2013
A game with eco sense!
Fun but also educational for my young children on the impact we have on the environment!
September 3, 2012
Are you an soft-heart-ed environmentalist or a hard-nosed industrialist? Choose your path and build camping resorts. The game play is pretty standard and the graphic quality is adequate without being exceptional. It is entertaining with progressive game play. The pace is quick enough to keep your interest without being impossible. I wish there were more options in choosing how to proceed. I preferred All My Gods (once past the first few levels).
May 7, 2012
Not a TM fan, but I do love the Building Games!
I finished up last months punch card buying this game. I really can't play TM games, they really frustrate me to no end! But I do love the Builders than have come out, like My Kingdom for the Princess, Timebuilders, etc. I also love when I can continue to play even if the time has run out. Now I can go back and try again or just go on ahead. Lots of times I play for awhile, get the gold stars that I can and then another time try those levels I didn't make gold. Really hope more games are made like this kind, it is different from searching for objects!
May 1, 2012