Yard Sale Junkie
Yard Sale Junkie is a piece of Junk.
This game has horrible graphics and isn't challenging at all. I was disappointed!
December 29, 2011
Play Hidden Objects under pressure!!
I really liked this game! Some graphics are lower resoltuion but it didn't matter to me it was the game play I enjoyed!. This game is just Hidden Objects but some levels were very difficult and you had to play against the clock. The game is very straight forward and does not really have a storyline. If you are up for a challenge and want to test your memory under pressure, give the game a try.
November 4, 2012
game froze in the watch mode. I was hoping it would be a better game. I do not recommend. Items too hard to find.
September 2, 2012
A Different Kind of Hidden Object
If you like the dark stories where you keep retracing your steps hidden object games, then this is not for you.
This is bright with clear graphics and you go from one scene to the next -- all different.
You have to match what a customer wants to what you are selling. Sometimes you have to move an object to see another object. Though there is a timer, it just affects if you get bonus points.
There are variations in the different scenes on how you match the hidden objects, i.e. if a customer wants a pair of shoes (for which you see a picture), you might have to click on each individual shoe to make a pair.
You have to try it to see what I mean.
August 5, 2012
Yard Sale Junkie a real winner!!!
I loved this game so much that I played it over and over. I have hundreds of games and have only played about five of them more than once. This one was different from other HOGs. I loved the balloon matches and the surfboard matches. You had to match jewelry and CD's and their covers. The last board you had to match shoes, jewelry and other things.
June 27, 2012
Only play if you have really really good eyes
The title says it all really. The game is a good concept (kind of reminded me of the 'HO scenes in games like 'farmington tales', in that you had to find items for cash. The problem was the time meters for the customers went down very quick and the items were small, and some blended in a little too well with the surroundings, on top of this some items were obscured so you had to move as well as the other problems listed.
Another problem was that if you got several bonus items for a 'bonus customer' the timer went down quicker each time and after about the third or fourth time the 'collect' bubble didn't go off the screen so that you can see the next item, thus stopping your bonus for that customer.
I can't really say too many positives for this game, the concept was good, and the music was ok (didn't get too annoying, but then I could only manage around 15 minutes), the story-line was a bit iffy, but TM story-lines are never the best.
Overall I would not recommend this game unless you had really really good eyes.
February 4, 2013