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Mary Kay Andrews: The Fixer Upper

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$ 9.99 USD

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After her boss in a high-powered Washington public relations firm is caught in a political scandal, fledgling lobbyist Dempsey Jo Killebrew is left almost broke, unemployed, and homeless. Out of options, she reluctantly accepts her father's offer to help refurbish Birdsong, the old family place he recently inherited in Guthrie, Georgia. All it will take, he tells her, is a little paint and some TLC! Enjoy Mary Kay Andrews: The Fixer Upper, a fast-paced Hidden Object game!

  • Gorgeous graphics
  • Manic minigames
  • Based on the bestseller!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.5/OSX_10_4
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 117 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
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Mary Kay Andrews: The Fixer Upper 2.3 5 26 26
Rather Different I found the story line very interesting and the tasks to complete along the way most enjoyable...had fun fixing up the lovely house with HOG along the way...wish it lasted much longer. February 23, 2012
one of my favourites nice easy going game hidden object game, lots of different things to mend make clean September 28, 2013
Fixer Upper Love fixing up the home and grounds March 13, 2013
Game could use a little fixing up Not a bad game, but not the great either. I think there should be more game play and less talk between the characters. After a while I didn't even bother reading what they were saying. Enjoyed the redecorating part. March 22, 2012
I've played worse. Pros: Good storyline; not insipid like many casual game's stories tend to be. The story also makes it very clear that this was intended for adult women. I really really enjoyed the first half of this game. Cons: Too short, & the slow-paced story has a sudden abrupt ending, feels like it needs a sequel. As Mass Effect 3 players will tell you, a bad ending can trump a fun journey. March 22, 2012
Should have stuck to one story line The hidden objects puzzles are good - some of the objects blend in nicely, making it more of a challenge. That's the only reason I would recommend this game. Mini puzzles varied from boring to good. If they'd stuck with the fixer upper storyline, I'd have rated it much higher. But they had a back story involving the FBI that had such a contrived and abrupt resolution that it spoiled the game. Seemed like the game's creators got bored and just decided to quit, so they wrapped it all up quickly in a way that really makes no sense. May 1, 2012
it was ok it was boring, wish they had more games like this but better lately all they seem to release is hidden object games. They are fun but after awhile they become tedious March 22, 2012
Just an OK game There is nothing exciting about this game. It includes a lot of dialogue, hidden object scenes and shadowed scenes. You can play timed or not. I wouldn't want this game, it seems like it was made many many years ago, and now we have more sophicated games. It's just a light little game, nothing special. March 22, 2012
DISAPPOINTED I was going along and then it just ended... didn't feel the game was quite long enough. December 5, 2012
Easy little HOG I played 50 minutes of the trial. It's a good time-waster, but nothing more. While playing the game, I actually found myself wanting to finish it, but after reading the reviews, I decided against it (short, no real end, you don't get to finish the house)! The hidden object scenes are okay, although it seems that the "miclick" counter that comes up after each scene doesn't work correctly - I made one inaccurate click and my accuracy drops to 60%? The minigames were hardly that, only holding your mouse and dragging it around. It would've been nice if we had had the option to choose between different options - wallpaper color etc. As many people before me said, there is way too much dialogue that's not relevant to the story, but I have to admit that I have never read a Mary Kay Andrews book, so I don't know whether this plays a part, too. Overall, this is a game purists could play when there's nothing else around, and when this game is on sale! November 25, 2012
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