Great Little TM Game
At first I thought that such a small file game wouldn't have much to offer - wrong - there are 50 levels! The graphics and ease of movement of the cursor are definitley pluses for the game. Going through each level of the game is pretty easy at first, but things get a little hectic once things get rolling. You are tasked with providing services in your salon for all different types of clients who have different patience levels. Adjusting for patience levels depends on how fast you can upgrade your equipment and hire staffers to do specific tasks. Even though you hire others, you still, however, have to do part of the service yourself -- and that's what's fun about the game. You're not just dragging people around the screen and clicking like a maniac to get people to their next station; there are little miniskills games to accomplish that! There are trophies to be won, but there is no score board at the end to record whose score was the best and so on. All in all, I really like the game and was enticed to buy others of this series!
January 30, 2012
Its just like....
Iloved the game so much! Its just like all the other Sally games.
November 27, 2011
I Love Sally's Spa
It is one of my favorites it suits anyone ten and up.
March 6, 2012
Fun and challenging game
It's very fun because it is not that challenging and it's most importantly fun!:DI love it!
I like the whole game!:)
February 2, 2012
Fun Hidden Object Game!
Loved the continuation of the story.
July 6, 2012
Fun, Challenging - An all time favorite for me
For my skill level this is an ideal game. I can play it with ease and then replay it to step up my earnings. I like the characters and the challenges. I also like being able to choose upgrades. I've owned it since it was issued and still go back sometimes to replay it!
April 6, 2013
3rd Sequel Fun
I've own Sally's Salon + Sally's Spa on both the PC and Android phone. I play these games as a form of stress releaser. You really don't need to think too much to "pass" each level. BUT if you want to attain the best scores (i.e. PERFECT SCORE) that's a different story.
I've long awaited a sequel to Sally's series and this one doesnt disappoint. The game play is pretty similar to the previous two games. You basically fulfill each customers needs in a couple of different station. After you earn some cash you can purchase upgrades / people to help you with some of the station. Although, the game will still ask you to man certain types of station and perform certain task. The task is relatively easy as in you just match the pose that the customer is looking for. If you match it correctly you get a heart added. Certain customers are more impatient then others so you have to deal with them first.
I'm only about 10 level deep into this game and my only complaint is I can't use the same strategy (yet) that I did with Sally's Spa to gain a Perfect Score in every level. Maybe that'll change by the time I finish Sally's Studio :)
November 28, 2011
Great time management game
If you like time management games you will like this one. Plenty long and challenging.
February 20, 2012
odd mix of high maintenance and yoga
This is a typical kind of TM game and does a typically good job of that. However, anybody interested in a game about a spa retreat, yoga, or wellness would find the time and money management focus of the game a little ironic. There are a couple of games in Big Fish like this and the same is true. Sally's Studio, though, is the cutest in graphics and has the closest set-up to a real wellness studio. It would have been a better game, if the developers had researched the goals and pursuits of people in wellness and yoga and created a game that celebrated the kind of work that goes into these and their locations. It could have been very educational, as well as entertaining. Perhaps, better suited as an App, though.
February 26, 2014
I usually like time management games, but this game is fairly easy if you play a lot of TMG. You have so many upgrades that it's nearly impossible not to meet the requirement for the next level. This would probably be more fun for someone who likes the Sally series or for a person who may not play TMG as often.
June 2, 2012