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Resort Empire

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rated 3.89 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Simulation - Other
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pixel
building
simulation
tycoon

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Mar 21, 2013 | 1:41 AM EDT

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Build your own resort from the ground up making sure that all visitors spend quality time pampering them in a supportive, caring environment. Keep the park financially healthy and work your way to the top by unlocking and buying new facilities and treatments. Have fun with this free online pixel fantastic game developed by Little giant world.

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Our website: http://www.LittleGiantWorld.com
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Littlegiantworld

Instructions
- See the tutorial in game.
- Use your mouse, ASWD or arrow keys to scroll the screen.
- Esc to cancel action.

Update;
- bug fix, if you found any bug please send us a private message or write a comment. thank you :)
[1.3]
- clock bug when autopause fixed
- option to disabled autopaused when scrolling screen. Click setting button -> option -> un-check autopause
- minor bug fix

Reviews


kfunkkfunk

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very well done! I do think that there are logistical issues: the speed at which experience and RP accumulate is very slow relative to everything else. This often results in missions "stacking" by which I mean that you will have to wait for days for a mission to be completed (e.g. get a level 3 lodge) and then be able to complete the next five missions automatically. In the game I played, I filled up all of the available space with buildings and then...waited...for a prolonged period of time (by which I mean an hour) for the RP to sloooowly accumulate to the next level. In the meantime, there is nothing for the player to actually do but stare. I just opened another window and let it run automatically while I did something else online. Allowing for faster time progression would help, but what i would really suggest would be making it so that building experience and RP accumulate quicker because as it stands now they do not increase at the same rate as money or popularity.

That being said, this is a very good job! I like the graphics, the buildings make sense, and I have not noticed any bugs. It is a simple game, but relaxing. The lack of different maps or scenarios limits replay value, but it was well worth playing.


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PixelSkyePixelSkye

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very good!

I'm a big sucker for time management and simulation games and a huge fan of pixel art. The music is beautiful and catchy, the sprites are cute and beautiful and all in all, great game!


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LakawakLakawak

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Game is OK, but I think it would take less time to ACTUALLY start your own resort. At the very least, this needs a speed above 8X. Maybe all the way up to 64X.



Woolio1Woolio1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Resort empire is a really good game (Beats all your studio past games in quality for sure)
-The music is quite repetitive, and at a long time, the music could get to be annoying, although it's fine from the start.
-The graphics were obviously designed to be "bitty" (Blah blah, bits. you know what im saying) They are not harmful for the eye and can be watched along time, including the well-made animations, although not perfect, they are quite good for this kind of design,(It0s also 3D which actually adds a deepness to the game)
-The game play can get to be quite obvious (It's alot similar like Shop empire) likely build these to get these and get more while you invest more, etc. Although, it is actually quite a good place to spend alot of time on, for fun (And it's not a crappy energy-type game like those many social network games).

Overall a good game, although needs little work to be actually impressive (More shops, decorations, speed, etc)

Thanks for bringing me hours of fun! (Soon to be days)


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Ezana2003Ezana2003

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I got a glitch i removed the road while a guy was on it and it nad he stayed then i rebuilt the road and he wouldnt leave so i had to restart


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