Summary: Finally, a time management game with a concept & design that is refreshing. It's not a brainless point and click game. You have to decide what stalls to build (flour, milk, egg, meat etc.) to supply to vendors who will then produce a variety of food such as bread, waffle, BBQ chicken etc.
Summary: Nothing special about this game. It's impossible to not beat a level, even on the timed levels. Very tedious, after the first several locations it's just the same thing over and over with new vendors. Not as detailed as it could be.
Summary: it's not flashy, but it's good fun, and gets the job done. and it's not annoyingly difficult or painful on the wrist. though it's very short, i like how the environments switched it up a bit. from farmlands, to a city, etc.
Summary: Excellent game! I had beta'd this one and knew I would be purchasing it as soon as it released. You are running a farmer's market (duh!) which entails running all sorts of stands but each product requires the ingredients of other products and so on and so on.
Summary: What a fantastic game! This title will appeal to many players who normally don't like tm games because there is an option for relaxed mode. For those who want to play with a time limit, there is that challenge option too.
Summary: This is a thinking person's time management game, and a new concept, which is why I gave it five stars. The outstanding feature is the interdependence of farmers and vendors, based on how agriculture and prepared food sales have to cooperate in real life.
Summary: This game is fun. You have to build the buildings needed and then use your workers to make sure they are supplied with the necessary ingredients. For example you use a miller; dairy and a baker to make bread. You use ingredients from the miller and the dairy to give to the baker to make the bread.