Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin'


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You are an antiques expert placed in charge of a small town antique shop. Play colorful hidden object scenes and fun mini-games to make your business a success!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 958 MB
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Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin'

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Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin' 3.4 5 165 165
Big Fish needs to hire better quality checkers for their game I started off really enjoying the game. I liked the variety and the graphics are good. Then I ran into a snag that really needs attention. There's one mode called Picky Shopper, where they describe what you're to find for the shopper. The first indication there was a problem was in the bar scene when a shopper wanted something to protect the head while working construction. Imagine my surprise when I found out it was the lotus blossom! There are others and not just in that particular scene. I've already gone to the Dark Side and spent some money on it, but after running into this I've decided not to spend anymore on it. I don't believe in supporting low quality work and this problem really messes with the flow of the game. October 16, 2013
Fun, but very slow Combination of a "building" type of game with some entertaining Hidden Object quests. Objectives aren't the clearest for the middle-school age group, but the quests are easily fact, once we figured out the objectives, the game quickly became "boring." For the time we played, you keep going back to the same locations, with a lot of the same objects to find each time. Warning...if you don't want to start spending A LOT of REAL MONEY, you have to leave this open in the background for literally HOURS to slowly build up the required resources. And, when it's running, you can't play any other BFG game on the same machine. Plus, there was a glitch on my machine where it started out "play for free" and then suddenly switched itself to the "60-minute" trial mode and shut off when "time was up." Ummm, no.... October 6, 2013
frustrating, flawed, and a little bit fun The tutorial is very amateurish, and guidance inside the game is horrible. When you are using money or a resource, you can't see how much you have saved. You can't toggle back or through anything. Energy disappears in a flash, and quests quickly become difficult to complete (like receiving a quest on level 8 that you can't start until level 9). Since it's internet based, I'm hoping they will make some improvements..... September 21, 2013
Confusing I found the initial start-up to be confusing. I had to keep going to the How to Play. Even after playing for awhile, I thought it was a little confusing. It was okay. I would never buy it. September 24, 2013
Quite entertaining but not free In the beginning I struggled to work out what I had to do and wasted a lot of gold and resources. Once you are out of gold - you are out of options and have to buy more in order to continue so it is definitely not a free game. I also found it quite irritating how fast you ran out of energy. I would rather buy a game outright without the need to spend money in the middle of the game. I suggest - play it until you run out of money and then leave it. September 25, 2013
Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin' I found this game OK. It became too repetitive and I started to get bored and was grateful when I ran out of energy and had an excuse to quit. September 25, 2013
Confusing rules and how to play Antique road Trip: American Dreamin' looks like it could be a fun game worth spending time playing however it is so confusing on how to play it that getting started is near impossible. If the options were cleared: 1. collect $/product. 2. This is how you collect product. 3. this is how you use product. etc I came to the decision to stop trying after going through the even more confusing: "How to Play" September 25, 2013
This is too complicated This is much more complicated than the previous antiques games. There's too much to do. It is confusing and distracting. I don't care about playing for free if I have to worry about spending money during the time I play the game. Not my cup of tea, but perhaps fine for others. September 24, 2013
antique road trip: American Dreamin Very Disappointed in this game. Too many flaws. Says game is free but you have to buy extra bars to do anything. Get no help in playing the game. I do not recommend wasting time and money on this game. Kept waiting on updates to fix these problems. Never happened. January 1, 2014
Pretty good free-to-play This game is part hidden object and part builder/time-management style game. You complete 'quests' in the hidden object areas and minigame puzzles. You use resources gained through the quests to renovate a rundown town, including your own antique shop. It is energy based but that is pretty standard for free-to-play. There is also a premium currency system but I have not used this option. You can earn enough of the premium currency to get you out of any jams through regular game play. The game is still a little buggy. Some of the levels and modes do not open up when they should but hopefully this will be fixed in future updates. The hidden object scenes become pretty easy and have high energy costs later on in the game. I am partially through the game and can only play a few scenes a day now. It's a bummer but it is to be expected with this type of game. There are some social networking aspects of the game. You can make friends and message them. You can participate in auctions with other players. You can also buy different kinds of pets that give you hints during the HO scenes and minigames. December 26, 2013
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