Gotta love feeling more involved.
So, what makes this different from the other building management games? You get to furnish the housing, and how well you furnish it and how fast the more you get paid. That is what got my interest, although others may know the game better from Jane's different adventures like Jane's Hotel. So, I guess we'll call it a mini-game. I love when there's extras blended in to the general games one enjoys.
I can usually live without the sound on the game, although I always leave enough to hear certain cues like time running out and the storyline. One could easily enjoy listening to music while playing though.
November 22, 2011
For me, I found this game to be very frustrating...timing was awkward...repetitive actions.
For this young granny, I'll pass.
August 21, 2012
Great spin off of Jane's Hotel, she into Real Estate now!
Janes at it again with her successful empire. I love the community development strategy games, and with Jane on the job, you'll love it too!
December 30, 2012
LOVED THIS TIME MANAGEMENT GAME
Another great time management game to my collection. Once I started playing it I just couldn't stop.
July 6, 2012
This review is on the 60min trial, and I couldn't be bothered after 45mins in.
There was so many things in this game that I found unnecessary. The repetitive actions for each level just drove me crazy.
I couldn't understand gifting a tenant. Never in my life has my landlord gifted me to keep me happy. This was just annoying.
I didn't get a chance to test the other part in the game and even for the daily deal I'm not giving this game my money.
I liked the idea of decorating the houses, but you couldn't go back in to redecorate for more rent. If you could I couldn't find it.
Would like to see less levels and more time for each of them rather every few minutes starting over again.
August 22, 2012
I did not play long enough to even see the insides of a house like the demo screen shots show. Unfortunately, I probably never will. The game did not grab my interest.
This game is OK to pass the time . . . and that is about all.
August 21, 2012