Summary: Game is a lot a fun - kinda like a beach-themed Sim City (though not as involved). Cute theme but an improvement to the game would be to allow slowing of time - you feel like you are building at a pretty good pace and sometimes don't feel like you have enough time to really examine what's going on...
Summary: This is a really good game, well worthy of purchasing. It has all the elements I usually look for in this genre: pretty graphics, lots of different things to build (more so than other casual building games, including lots of decoration items such as plants, fountains, etc), the option to continue...
Summary: I'm a greenie at heart, so some of the commentary in this game I found downright offensive, but if I put my views of wild turtles aside, this is the first game that's come across at all like my beloved best ever games - Impressions Empire series, and so I love it to bits.
Summary: Love this game. There are so many things to do & there is a good storyline that makes each level different than the last. This is the best building type TM game I've seen. I can play this for hours ( & have!)
Summary: One of the tm-games, providing much more than simply clicking. It is a lot of fun to make your beach exactly like you want to have it. Complex and great by interacting with the visitors. A lot of strategy is needed to get as much as possible green smilies from the guests.
Summary: Not a bad game at all. Great pacing and decent grpahics. I found it addicting even though it wasn't hectically timed like most other building games. I love that you get to keep structures from previous levels. It added to the overall relaxed theme.
Summary: I like the idea of a tropical-resort-themed TM game as much as the next person, and I was all ready to roll out my beach towel and relax - when the developers put in an ancient labyrinth in which victims were routinely drowned. Wow! Is that what I want to think about when I'm in sunny vacation mode?