Mall-a-Palooza

You’ve been given the opportunity to prove your mall construction prowess! Entice customers to visit your mall in Mall-A-Palooza! You start off in a small town with a newly reconditioned mall just waiting to be built out. As you prove your ability to turn an empty space into a bustling shopping Mecca, you are rewarded with new opportunities to build bigger and better shopping malls in this fun Builder game.

Since you're on a timer, you cannot take your time and just enjoy it such as games like Paradise Beach that let you play till your heart's content, realizing that you weren't going to hit gold or silver. It is kinda neat to build up the stores but for me doesn't start out with enough money and seems like it takes awhile to earn any. The graphics for this game were too much for my older laptop, in the higher levels. That really took a lot of the game away for me. Cons: -Need a sandbox mode so you can just play freely! Some of the levels were really hard to get past, but that's what makes it challenging. As nothing is permanent in a real life, there is no mall where a player works for a long time. For me it's 3 out of 5 stars. Played this game all the way through in one day. In order to bring in Mall-a-Palooza more diversity, there are 8 different locations. Would have liked more. A lot going on the better you get at it.

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As you complete the goals, the level ends and you're on to the next. I am now going to buy it and the good thing Mall-a-Palooza this game is Sparkle 2 once you beat it you can play it again with a different gameplan in setting up the different malls. There's a draw to play this game but also an equal level of frustration so I'm not sure I'd buy at full price. As the owner of the mall thinks that the store is developed enough, and there is nothing else you could do, he gives you recommendations and you get promoted to another mall that needs a precise and smart management. Oh my No problems with the game! As nothing is permanent in a real life, there is no mall Mall-a-Palooza a player works for a long time. I wish there had been more decorations and that the game was longer, but all in all it was good. Every level presented new challanges. Since you're on a timer, you cannot take your time and just enjoy it such as games like Paradise Beach that let you play till your heart's content, realizing that you weren't going to hit gold or silver. So glad I have fun pass as I played this for a couple of hours but it's just not for me. But I am addicted. No as addictive Mall-a-Palooza other games I've played, but Legendary Slide tried getting through one or two malls a day so I spent much more time on this Mall-a-Palooza most games.

Keep in mind that you also have to bring more profit and satisfy the owner. I liked the new mall ideas for different levels and how it added in new spaces for more stores. Throughout your activity at every mall, there is an administrator that will help you develop it. At first, they will give you simple tasks in order to see how you fix problems. That really took a lot of the game away for me. Keep your goal in mind and don't stop trying to improve your mall. It keeps you involved, moves along at a good pace but not too fast. It is kinda neat to build up the stores but for me doesn't start out with enough money and seems like it takes awhile to earn any. As the owner of the mall thinks that the store is developed enough, and there is nothing else you could do, he gives you recommendations and you get promoted to another mall that needs a precise and smart management. For most of the hour, the game was fun. The problem with that? Some of the levels were really hard to get past, but that's what makes it challenging. This game gives a player a whole understanding of huge mall's management in simple patterns. Every level presented new challanges.

Lots of fun. Because every Maall-a-Palooza in Mall-a-Palooza specializes in different sale politics, locates in different Mall-a-Palooza and differs from others in size and store types, you have to choose the best way to manage a mall. In order to bring in Mall-a-Palooza Battle Slots diversity, there are 8 different locations. This is the Mal-a-Palooza one in a long time that is Mall-a-Palooza. It wasn't so simple that I beat every level the first time around.


I am now going to buy it and the good thing about this game is that once you beat it you can play it again with a different gameplan in setting up the different malls. The only negatives are that I don't think it would have much replay and I beat it getting expert in 3 hours of play. So glad I have fun pass as I played this for a couple of hours but it's just not for me. That really took a lot of the game away for me. You had to choose the right staff for each store. No as addictive as other games I've played, but I tried getting through one or two malls a day so I spent much more time on this than most games. I wish there had been more decorations and that the game was longer, but all in all it was good. It wasn't so simple that I beat every level the first time around. No problems with the game! The graphics for this game were too much for my older laptop, in the higher levels. I recommend it if you like TM games with more 'thinking' than just 'doing'. This game gives a player a whole understanding of huge mall's management in simple patterns. Oh my

I found it challenging, yet fun. In order to bring in Mall-a-Palooza more diversity, there are 8 different locations. Cons: -Need a sandbox mode so you can just play freely! That really took a lot of the game away for me. Since you're on a timer, you cannot take your time and just enjoy it such as games like Paradise Beach that let you play till your heart's content, realizing that you weren't going to hit gold or silver. The only negatives are that I don't think it would have much replay and I beat it getting expert in 3 hours of play. However, in order to gain experience, one needs to go through a bunch of everyday troubles. Right around the end of the hour, it was not so fun and that was mostly because you realized that all the aspects that would have really made the game most enjoyable really personalizing your mall were out the window. Lots of fun. This is the first one in a long time that is different. I did have to go back and replay a few levels so I could finish in Expert mode. Keep your goal in mind and don't stop trying to improve your mall.

10 thoughts on “Mall-a-Palooza

  1. It wasn't so simple that I beat every level the first time around. Right around the end of the hour, it was not so fun and that was mostly because you realized that all the aspects that would have really made the game most enjoyable really personalizing your mall were out the window. I wish there had been more decorations and that the game was longer, but all in all it was good. Keeps you going non-stop!

  2. A bit boring at first.. As nothing is permanent in a real life, there is no mall where a player works for a long time. Lots of fun. In order to bring in Mall-a-Palooza more diversity, there are 8 different locations.

  3. A lot going on the better you get at it. It is kinda neat to build up the stores but for me doesn't start out with enough money and seems like it takes awhile to earn any. I'd give the game 3 out of 5 stars. No as addictive as other games I've played, but I tried getting through one or two malls a day so I spent much more time on this than most games.

  4. Maybe I don't play enough time management games I don't know. Since you're on a timer, you cannot take your time and just enjoy it such as games like Paradise Beach that let you play till your heart's content, realizing that you weren't going to hit gold or silver. For most of the hour, the game was fun.

  5. Maybe I don't play enough time management games I don't know. This is the first one in a long time that is different. I wish there had been more decorations and that the game was longer, but all in all it was good.

  6. It is kinda neat to build up the stores but for me doesn't start out with enough money and seems like it takes awhile to earn any. Every level presented new challanges. So there is some time to think if you are ready to take the initiative and jump in the mall-sales business and show them how to make money in Mall-a-Palooza! The graphics for this game were too much for my older laptop, in the higher levels.

  7. Played this game all the way through in one day. At first, they will give you simple tasks in order to see how you fix problems. I found it challenging, yet fun. But I am addicted.

  8. There's a draw to play this game but also an equal level of frustration so I'm not sure I'd buy at full price. Since you're on a timer, you cannot take your time and just enjoy it such as games like Paradise Beach that let you play till your heart's content, realizing that you weren't going to hit gold or silver. At first, they will give you simple tasks in order to see how you fix problems. I'd give the game 3 out of 5 stars.

  9. The problem with that? I definitely think it's a good value, somewhat original it's similar to build-a-lot, hence the name? Some of the levels were really hard to get past, but that's what makes it challenging. This game gives a player a whole understanding of huge mall's management in simple patterns. Cons: -Need a sandbox mode so you can just play freely!

  10. A lot going on the better you get at it. I recommend it if you like TM games with more 'thinking' than just 'doing'. Keep your goal in mind and don't stop trying to improve your mall.

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