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Megaplex Madness 2: Summer Blockbuster

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Help put together five different theaters and create your very own Megaplex! Each of these theaters has its own unique theme, complete with decorations and catchy music. Use your profits to upgrade each cinema, and keep your customers happy in this exciting Time Management game. Take a break form the action and play addicting minigames in the arcade. Predict which customers will arrive, keep a cool head, and survive Megaplex Madness 2: Summer Blockbuster!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 126 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Megaplex Madness 2: Summer Blockbuster 4.9 5 93 93
They thought of everything (recommendations below) This game is probably one of the best time management games of all time. Long after I bought it, it is still on my computer and still holds my interest. It is of the move-people-through-stations variety but it is so much more. Here are the praise-worthy factors I can think of off the top of my head: -Different characters with different levels of patience AND different preferences. You have a forecast screen detailing this information before each level. This makes this a strategy game as well. -The possibility to manipulate the order of the characters' desires. This also contributes to strategy. -An arcade to earn money for upgrades. If you didn't earn enough money playing the actual game, never fear! You can earn money playing 5 arcade games which unlock as you advance through the game's 5 chapters. -If you get tired of arcade games (they aren't my fav) you can simply choose a level to fail and keep the money. -50 levels and FOUR different levels of difficulty. Most TM games have only two. -the difficulty advances just enough to be enticing but not too much so as to be frustrating. That is a nearly impossible balance to find, but this game has found it. -Achievements both for skill and for fun. There are the predictable achievements for finishing the game at a certain difficulty level or getting so many coins, but there are also achievements for fun things, like figuring out how to generate gumballs in the gumball machine on the home screen. These add even more to the game's replayablility and fun factor, respectively. -Good English. I ran across one error. Only one. That is incredibly rare (sadly). -Cuteness. This is something that shows the devs put a lot of effort into the game. You don't need to have a bunch of fancy touches for basic gameplay but they add so much: clicking the characters makes them wave hello or do something appropriate to their respective personalities; they each have different sounds for satisfaction, frustration, and needing to go to the bathroom; some of the situations described are quite hilarious; you can unlock a different soundtrack for each chapter; there are different sound effects that accompany each improvement you make to each different theater, so don't click through everything right away! As I write this, Megaplex 3 hasn't come out yet. The dev's site doesn't mention it either. So much for "rate our game highly and we'll give you more soon." It's been a couple years since this game came out. You won't find a TM game like this one, but there are a couple games out there that can hold you over until the highly anticipated 3rd installment finally comes: Grave Mania series: also a stations game. If you liked the cuteness of Megaplex, Grave Mania surpasses it while maintaining a high quality of game play. I've included the link to the first one at right. Busy Bea's Halftime Hustle: This game was made by the same devs. It's doesn't have the same difficulty balance or language proficiency and the story is ridiculous but if you liked the arcade and upgrades of Megaplex, this game is similar. Haunted Domains: theoretically, Megaplex 3 will be monster themed. If that theme appeals to you like it does to me, you might want to try this game. March 3, 2014
Addictive Fun. Beware of numb mouse hand. This is an exemplary example of a time management game done right. The build up is fun and challenging, the hardness of the game increases perfectly with advanced modes of play for game replay. The characters are cute and fun. Gold Sun does some of the best games of this type, and the mini-arcade action to help build upgrade money can suck you in for hours in itself. I'd love to see more games in this series, can't get enough. June 27, 2013
Causal option makes this a winner for me The problem I have with so many Time Management Games is that they soon become unplayable for me because they are simply too difficult. I am of a more mature age, shall we say, and my reflexes are not as good as they once were, and so often I am unable to complete the harder levels, no matter how hard I try. What is so good about this game is that it offers four different difficulty levels to suit all abilities. I have just finished the casual mode, which has given me a great deal of fun because, for once, I actually managed to play and complete all levels! I will try normal mode next and see how I get on. There are also hard and insane modes, for those whose dexterity requires more of a challenge, and so every need is met in this one game. If only more developers would do this! With regard to the gameplay, the only criticism I have is that you really have to fail levels in order to progress. If you succeed with lower than 3 stars, you cannot renovate the cinema and if you replay in order to do so you lose the money you already earned from the lower score. The only way round this is to repeatedly fail because then you get to keep the money and thus make upgrades and improvements which eventually help you get 3 stars. It is a strange thing that this game rewards failure and penalises success. I think it is a flaw in the game because I would like to be able to accumulate cash by repeated plays so I could upgrade the cinema to the max but without having to let customers walk out so I don't go over the one star level and subsequently lose everything I have already played for. I never maxed out any of the upgrades or cinemas in any of the 5 theatres which was something of a disappoinment. Other than this, the gameplay is excellent. More of the same, please!!! May 5, 2013
Fun Time Management Love the casual mode and arcade February 28, 2014
great hidden object game its easy fun and challenging!! July 14, 2013
Loved it! This game is great for TM addicts. Hope there is a 3rd in the series. April 13, 2014
Love this game I love this game a lot. I have won all levels and I keep playing it all over again. I hope they come out with part 3. This game is a hit!!! March 26, 2014
Awesome game This game is so addicting and fun to play! I'd recommend it to anyone! March 25, 2014
fun game like this edition even more than the first March 16, 2014
Great! Great! It is extremely replayable, I've owned it for a few years and replay it often. March 6, 2014
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