Hotel Mogul - Fun TM Game
I love tm games. This is a game I really enjoyed.
I thought the objectives were very clear. You don't have to be expert on each level to move on but you have to gain points to purchase the upgrades. I think the previous player/poster might have missed that. Certain levels might need a level 3 upgrade and if you don't have enough points might have to redo a level to gain enough points.
There are some really good youtube videos for the mogul games if you need a little help with a level. I always go for the expert trophy so these helped when I needed it.
I have played Hotel Mogul and Hotel Mogul Vegas. Vegas gets even more challenging.
Looking for a new tm game, give it a try. You may want to continue.
February 17, 2013
Full of strategy and time management...consistently keeps you thinking outside the box to keep progressing.
December 3, 2011
very addictive + thoroughly enjoyable
March 23, 2012
What kind of game forces you to get the expert score on every level or not be able to move on? This one.
That's just annoying. If the game were so extraordinarily fun that I didn't mind replaying the levels over & over that'd be one thing.
Players may only go back to get the points needed to move on from a level that has not been completed with a gold star - so what I mean is, you get exactly enough of a score every certain # of levels to use toward opening up new levels and if you don't get it, you don't move on. Not cool.
So guess what? I just wont play! There are plenty of other TM games out th-oh, wait. But seriously. I am not going to play because I don't enjoy aggravation.
The graphics were already getting on my nerves as it was ~ and that takes a LOT as I normally could not give a flying cucumber about graphics. But the two issues combined? No deal. This is the 3rd game in roughly 3 months that I've had to just chuck out the windows (haha see what I did there?) but I guess you win some you lose some - literally.
October 18, 2014
Save Yourself Some Frustration
This has the potential to be a good game, but there are some major flaws.
First off, it seems like it was developed in a language other than English. The verbiage and stated goals don't always make sense.
Once you hit level 15 or so, you have to go back and get "Expert" on almost every previous level before you will be allowed to move on.
So if you want to have a relaxing game, this isn't it.
The time it takes to load materials is too long and really annoying.
Construction time is nearly as bad.
Save yourself some grief and skip this game.
November 2, 2012