Fix-It-Up: World Tour

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$ 9.99 USD

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Kate, the owner of car-repair shops all over U.S.A., is faced with a new challenge: Go abroad! Build car-repair shops everywhere from snowy Canada, to the steaming African jungles! Buy cars, fix'em, give'em a painting and they're good to go. Increase the quality of your offers by upgrading buildings and tuning the cars so they don't pollute the environment in this Time Management game. Just be sure to see what the clients want so you can set the price high in Fix-it-up: World Tour!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.5/OSX_10_4
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 71 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Safari 4.0 or later
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Fix-It-Up: World Tour 4.2 5 14 14
World Tour Fix-It Up World Tour Game. I'm Ready! August 3, 2013
Boring I was disappointed with this game. You just do the same thing over and over again. As the levels progress, you just have more things to do at once. Same ole, same ole!!! March 3, 2012
It was ok I'm a big fan of TM games so I thought I'd give this one a try. Everything about this game was 'middle of the road'. The most annoying thing about it was the random conversations between characters, popping up when you're in the middle of doing something. I'm not a fan. March 9, 2013
Fix-It-Up World Tour - Spoiler Free Review Well, the gameplay was nice. The game doesn't really add all that many new actions as it goes along, it just makes things go faster. I had fun when I was actually playing. I didn't have fun when the chunks of story kept coming up. See, I don't really like to know the story of the game when I'm playing a demo. If I buy the game I want the story to be fresh. It's more fun that way. This means that I skip the story. With this game it felt like I spent more time hurrying through the story than I actually spent playing the game. Now maybe it would have been better if I'd read all of the story. Maybe I'd have been so interested in the story that I wouldn't mind it interrupting the gameplay in the middle of a level. I can't say for sure. What I can say is that, as a general rule, I don't care much for games that have (what feels like) more story than playing time. ~*~* Always a spoiler free review. Always *~*~ July 24, 2013
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Help Kate expand her car-repair empire all over the world! Purchase cars, fix them up in workshops and sell them!

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