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Mar 18, 2011 | 11:50 AM EDT
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Be the boss of your own bed and breakfast hotel! Expand your hotel as your profits and popularity increases. How good are your time management skills?

The second part in the popular Bed and Breakfast game series. This time with many more levels, lots more upgrades and more help. Be prepared: you will probably fail the first time you play, so think carefully about what upgrades you buy and when! If you fail on a level, you can retry it by hitting 'replay' on the game over screen.

Hint: Speed is important-- focus on upgrades that will speed up work for you (e.g. get rocket boots or a chef) when you first start your business. Don't spend all your money at once; save up to buy more valuable upgrades.

Reviews


HolyPancakeHolyPancake

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 1, 2011

Not bad

It's a well made game. I found it very easy..

4/5

Note: Ge rocket boots, a chef and a cleaner, so you can gather some crazy money in the early game. And then bum you win!



Falconman1998Falconman1998

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 1, 2011

It's good but...

it fantastic, but the goal of money was pretty annoying, i ended up stopping because I couldn't get the money. I mean, I had bought everything but the paintings and plants, and I still couldn't make $9000! but anyway, still fantastic!


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blackpower21blackpower21

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 1, 2011

im sorry but

this game was kinda bad until dabacon helped me.


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katsudonkatsudon

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 31, 2011

addictive

i really enjoyed the game.



dark955dark955

Rated 2 / 5 stars March 30, 2011

Well Made

The game is really well made but either drop the goal or halt the ridiculous scaling of it. There is a point where the goal scales so greatly that it's impossible to beat it. It goes from around 1,000 needed to 9,000 needed in 3-4 levels and if you spend so much a a single dollar at that point you'll lose. This goes on until you get outpaced by the goal requirement.


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