Cafeteria Nipponica is like a slow cooker. It takes some time to get things going but within due time the end result is somewhat satisfying, if you have the patience.
The Shrouded Isle is unnerving, anxiety inducing, overly wrought with system management and decision making, all while being a solid town management game.
Kairosoft gets back to their roots by creating a simulation to appeal to their core fanbase, and the results are satisfying to a T.
Harvest Moon: Mad Dash harvests an abundance of family-friendly and frenetic puzzling, but its fruits may not as sweet tasting to everyone.
A CLAAS act?
Megaquarium swims back to the management sims of the nineties with a instantly playable game that holds more depth than the deepest of fish tanks.
Garden-based DLC more than doubles the fun for House Flippers worldwide!
Lethis: Path of Progress allows you to create the steampunk city of your dreams--from rags to riches.
In spite of some promising ideas and darkly humorous events, Community Inc. fails to deliver on time, owing to poor controls, bad NRG and murky graphics.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! serves up a tasty treat.