Fashion Assistant

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$ 9.99 USD

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Experience the world of top fashion firsthand in this Hidden Object game! As the new Fashion Assistant at Fashion Forever Magazine, everyday life is full of glamour for Julia, but when the master design book for the upcoming collection mysteriously disappears, it’s up to Julia to find them. She must discreetly investigate the theft and recover the designs in time for the event of the year, without her eccentric boss Melinda and her fiercely competitive secretary finding out!

  • Gripping gameplay
  • Fun minigames
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 44 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Fashion Assistant


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Fashion Assistant 1.5 5 2 2
Could've Been Better Storyline: So you're a new assistant for a fashion designer and her secretary. So you're like the secretary for the secretary. You have to do odds jobs and sort schedules etc.., etc... so you don't get fired. Isn't there a movie about this? Graphics: Cartoony and colorful. Cute, but reminds me of how a little girl's room would be painted. It does presents some obstacles though. Some items are colored like the backgrounds but a fraction darker, just so you can make out its silhouette. If you relax your eyes a bit and don't strain too much you can make it out. But if you're playing for relaxation, it kind of defeats the purpose. Sound: I don't listen to it because I play games at late at night when my husband sleeps. So I keep it off to not disturb him. Fun: Cute fun but not enough to hold adults over. Maybe kids. I'm thinking 5 to maybe 11 year olds. Something for grandparents to do with their grandkids. Along that line. Because some puzzles may require and adult to help. Fun: Low, but kids may like it better. Gameplay: It can be frustrating because some items will be behind others. For example, I had to find a roller brush. I didn't see it right away. It was behind a row of seats, that you would find in an auditorium, and I thought it was a handlebar. Oh yeah, did I mention that this game is completely hand-drawn? So some items were not drawn precisely, I guess would be how I'd describe it. Also some items did not look like what they wanted. I had to find a muzzle, but this muzzle was actually a mask worn around the mouth. I don't know about you but the first thing I think of is what you use to curb a dog's bark. Another object was to find a harlequin, which was actually a jester's hat. I knew that once I figured out that there wasn't anything else to fit the description in the scene. But a child might not. And yet another object to find was a lion. No, not a standard African safari lion but it was actually the head of a chinese lion/dragon thing. Challenge: Just your standard HOS, which can be a little difficult because of the shading of the objects blending into the same colors. There are mini logic puzzles, and I call them mini because you are presented with notes that you have to fill in a timeline on a sheet of paper. You drag these notes into specific spots by reading the clues so you can arrange them appropriately. I had a little trouble with mouse sensitivity. I thought dragging the note into the outline would be enough but I had to make sure the tip of the cursor was in the right spot or it wouldn't drop. The beginning scene drove me bonkers because there was a mini tutorial that would keep popping up describing the functions or what to do. As I was searching, I'd finally click an object only to get a pop-up note explaining how I can use hints or skip or what to do with objects when I found them. The hint button recharges at a medium speed. I am not one to use hint buttons, walkthroughs or skips but since I couldn't make out some items because they were behind others I used it. Of course it would be on the last two or three items so I'd wait until it recharged which felt kind of lagging. Dialogue: There is no VO's. You can read or skip. Which is nice. I'd recommend this for kids but not adults. Or for family's who like to work together on things like this but don't want anything dark or demonic. June 1, 2013
very Basic United Kingdom - not a good game at all. December 22, 2011
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