Summary: After reading all the reviews that this game wasn't worth the purchase, I was a little reluctant to buy it. However, I decided to give it a shot since im a big tycoon game fan and found it to be not so bad as the reviews make it seem... Good things: Concept. Very nice idea. A mall is something very common and that most everyone is familiar with. Choices. You have a lot of stores to choose from. Anywhere from food, clothes, technology, restaurants, cinemas, etc.
Summary: What a tragedy! Perhaps the later versions of the game have fixed all the problems with the original but since I've only played this one I can only speak to it. Game summary: build a mall from the ground up. Lay the floors, walls, stairs, doors, stores, etc. Control marketing, staff, special events, and store price margins. The game concept itself is great and appeals to any Tycoon fan. Positive Aspects: + A great selection of decorations, stores, and improvements.
Summary: This game is ok. You can build your dream mall, but only 3 stories. After you build a store, you have to set it just right or customers will think that it is overpriced. Sometimes, zobies or ailens will come and invade your mall, leaving the mall deserted so you have to start over. The grapics are pretty bad. The walls of stores look like cardboard and the people all look alike with unrealistic colors and with set patterns.
Summary: I just got this game at a yard sale. It's ok. I can see how one would easily get bored with it. What I want to know is; where does the music come from? I mean, my background music is "Hot Mama" by Trace Adkins, and all the net says about the music is it goes from jazz to funk. Mine's country! Does it search your hard drive for MP3's? Any ideas?