Summary: I have all the Virtual Villagers and like them all. They are great little games for this grandma. No violence, just brain exercise and entertainment. I have learned to pause the game when I'm not there because I get upset when little children die from starvation or sickness. Pausing the game takes care of that and I'm happy again.
Summary: It's boring and once you actually get your village going... The game ends and you have to purchase the next one only to start all over again.. All virtual villager games should be included for the $9.99 I paid to play for an hour before I got bored...
Summary: I really do enjoy this game :) its fun to have in the background as your writing a paper since you don't have to watch it all the time. very helpful that you can change the speed or pause it if you know you will be around or away for a wile. ((I even started making videos about getting the puzzles/milestones in the game, if you having trouble with any check out my channel BlooWolfy, I may have done a video on that one :) ))
Summary: I like this game. It might not seem interesting, but that's because it doesn't require a lot of commitment. Unlike with other games, it will run itself just fine while you're away at school or work, and so long as you've prepared, you can make huge leaps and bounds. I've been downloading and playing one-hour demos for years, starting over every time. In that time I've become somewhat of an expert.
Summary: This game is fun, but I've only had it for 2 or 3 weeks and I've already beaten it (i used cheats). Its fun at first but after 4 or 5 of the 16 'puzzles' it gets slow unless you search up cheats for it. And your village can only go up to about 90 villagers, not the 100+ in the pics on top of the screen on amazon. would be good for an 7-10 year old but otherwise it gets old fast unless you can make your village bigger than 90 villagers (which i don't know how to do).