This fun time management game is set in the stone age and features newbie, casual and expert game play options, each with 60 levels of play and 3 types of cafes. Really cute stone age kitchen upgrades and food. I've played this one through twice now, and I will definitely come back to it again!
I liked the story- really fleshed out plot and cute little facts about vikings along the way. It had some challenges too- I certainly managed to get trapped on some levels!! A fun game that I would definitely recommend - if there is ever a sequel etc. I would buy it!
Didn't actually look for the first edition to this game, but I might... I really like this game! Some levels have really challenged me - playing them over and over to achieve a 'gold medal' time. This game takes me back to a food theme (where I started with time management games). Start easy and plant the right seeds to fufill orders in a limited time (to complete the level), then build 'factories' to change seeds into ingredients, to combine ingredients etc. E.g. to create a sandwich, you need cheese, meat, bread, and lettuce - some of those are easy, some require multiple steps before all can be combined into a sandwich! And of course, you can upgrade your equipment etc. (Ed: looks like there is the original TV Farm, TV Farm 2, and TV Farm Up so far in the series)
I recommend this game!
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Alice's Teacup Madness
Alice has fallen down the rabbit hole! To earn enough money to get home, she must serve tea and pastries to whimsical characters!
Cute game, easy to finish, would've been better with different upgrades
PostedNovember 4, 2013
fromAuckland, New Zealand
Favorite Genre(s):Time Management
Level of Challenge
This was a cute game, but very easy - I had to redo a couple of levels to get an expert score, but this one is definitely for less experienced (or younger) players. It would've been better if upgrades had changed with level changes, but instead you start over with the same options throughout.
There is a lot more to this game than just building different types of campgrounds - really impressed that you can choose to do more eco-friendly actions (e.g. do you shoot the animal or scare it away? Do you leave the tree planted, or cut it down to make more money?). Lots of upgrades and just generally fun challenges!
First off, this game bored me - I didn't bother finishing it, which is unusal for me. You do move through different pet-stores... but everything felt the same to me. Maybe better for a younger player? (under 10 yrs. maybe). Thumbs down.
I did really enioy this game, though the concept is slightly different to the other time management games I play: set up your potion store, look at the forecast to see what potions to make (and hope you've made enough), spend money on marketing (and/or hire goons to help market your store), then sit back and watch the day play out... Whoever designed the story for this game has an awesome sense of humour! There are some really great jokes.