Tory's Shop N' Rush
Not a good game...
For the record, I didn't actually get through the whole hour of the trial, and in game, I made it to the second area on the map.
The game is boring. As far as I could tell, there really isn't any strategy. I achieved "Master" level on each of the sub-levels without trying. There is very little variety in what you do, and none of the actions were particularly challenging to complete.The only way I could see to lose points is if a customer left, and it was my understanding that the only way to get a customer to leave was to have a dirty store. I never actually lost any customers, so I I'm not sure. The customers don't have any sort of meter system that would show you if they were losing patience, or whatever.
The graphics of the game are not the best, and not the worst, but the look and feel of the game is poor. The "store" is just a bunch of little tables grouped by 4 or 5, each with one big object on it. There are 4 or 5 objects in total, repeated in all the groups of tables: a lamp, a hairdryer, a pitcher, a vase (and later, a microwave.) The table groups are just kind of placed haphazardly all over the level, making the level look really messy and unappealing. You can "upgrade" the objects to make more money off them, but after an upgrade, they look identical to the non-upgraded objects.
All in all, the game could be decent with a little work. As is, it kind of looks like a game that got released mid-development.
December 5, 2013
Didnt even get 10 minutes into free trial.
February 24, 2014