Summary: Ever dreamed of building your own real estate empire with no money down? If yes, then this is your opportunity because the game is free and all you do in it is build houses and make lots of money.
Summary: I Love All the Build A Lot Games and Passport to Europe is my favorite. This game was Very Easy to beat and actually Boring. I replay the other Build A Lots and never tire of them even though I get Expert on each level.. its always fun and still challangeing.
Summary: From the reviews, I expected to like this game more than I did. I found it kinda confusing as sometimes you aren't really sure what you are doing is effecting your goal in a positive way. One thing I found really confusing with the concept of curb appeal...
Summary: Given the price there is little to complain about. It is fun, but it is definitely a casual game and not one you will play a whole lot. It would be a much better game if there were more details to manipulate but that might close off the real target of this game.
Summary: I played the 1 hour demo and had fun so I bought it. but it really doesn't change much from that point on, and stopped playing it after a few more levels. They introduce more and bigger building (some of which have special powers you can exploit) but it never really changed the basic game play.
Excerpt: Looking to kill an afternoon? Well Build-a-lot might just be for you. I discovered it back when it was the daily featured game on the bigfishgames.com website and was immediately attracted to the lovely colourful graphics and shining overview.
Cons: no replayability, no variety in level objectives, very repetitive