Leeloo's Talent Agency
This is your standard "ushering people through various stages and posts" sort of time management game. Actors come in, you get them a script, move them through makeup, costume, etc. However, what I really liked about this game was that once the actors were cast and set, you get a fun hidden object game through the "set".
October 30, 2013
this game is excellent game and funnu game
May 22, 2012
After Dash and Puppetshow games, when I was greeted with the dated graphics [and not the good kind], it's expected that I was a little turned off. However, it was really challenging and I liked that part. BUT, this is the first game I've encountered on BFG which has glitches...
Glitch #1: When there are too many artistes at the counter waiting for the signage of contracts, the artiste stuck at the filming counter becomes permanently stuck. -__-
Glitch #2: Combo only allows 2 people at a go. [Combo is not the same as chaining... Apparently.] And when you try to add a third party, one of the artistes disappears. Like, in that split second, you could almost see him/her being thrown out of the window, lol.
It's an okay game, but I wouldn't buy it. Challenge factor aside, I discovered that Dash games have changed the way I play time management games, so it is unacceptable to me that I cannot keep chaining/combo-ing because of the limitations of the game.
Oh, and there are hidden object games after every stage too.
Just a heads-up.
December 23, 2011
This game is fun, but too easy. I played through in a flash with no challenge. Nothing to out of the box here. Basic, and predictable.
February 11, 2012
oscar winning flop.
the main issues for me with this game is that the levels are way too short, you get 4 levels per film, and 4 hidden object scenes per film. the filming side of it consists of, script, make up, and filming. whilst the hidden object scenes are slightly better, where you may or may not have a puzzle involved with finding the objects, ie you might need to get a certain object before you can access the next item.
this game would be better had there been more levels and had it been more inventive. the graphics weren't bad in the hidden object scenes and i found them bright and colorful, and fit each film well.
May 1, 2014
Feels rushed, important parts missed out whilst useless parts included
I really like time management games, as in the move them from one station to the next type rather than the collect resources and build this type. Leeloos talent agency seemed like a different game that should be a bit of fun. However the game seemed really rushed and not well thought out, lacking some important bits whilst including useless bits too.
The upgrade system on the game is terrible, on the first section you use standard cameras, then you don't again. So it is completely wasted to upgrade them. Different levels you use different objects/stations so it is really hard to know what to upgrade and when. If you are given a new item to use you only get one. This was halfway through the game and you didn't the option to upgrade at the start of the level. You don't at the start of every level either.
Most of the levels I was getting expert without really trying as there is a steady stream of actors which generally stop once you have reached your expert amount. If goal amount is 4 and expert is 6 then generally you don't get any more than 6. However, some levels you get more. One level I didn't as I was simply not given enough people, there was waiting space but not enough actors. So I was unable to get the expert rating, I can't seem to be able to replay it either.
The map is pretty big and I thought that meant lots of levels, however there is only 4 or 5 per location, most of the 'road' is empty. Therefore the game is really quick.
After every level there is a hidden object scene, which you cannot skip. It's annoying as the items are sometimes hidden from view until you get a certain object. They don't do anything at all for the game-play and you get nothing for them. A complete waste of time.
The game feels low budget and rushed, I'm all for supporting new designers and all but not when their games are way below the standard. I suggest skipping this game.
- Different idea from most time management
- Upgrade system
- Can't replay levels
- The expert system is terrible
- Less levels than it seems
- Useless hidden object scenes
March 19, 2013