Paradise Beach 2: Around the World

Once upon a time you managed to become the owner of a resort on a paradise beach. You were the architect behind beautiful gardens, paths, beaches, and bars. Empty beaches came to life and were filled with thousands of happy vacationers from all around the world to enjoy your man-made paradise. Now you’ve decided to work your way to the top and manage the construction of the world's leading beach resorts in Paradise Beach 2: Around the World, a fun Time Management game!

They are games I play over and over. Rated 5 out of 5 by cherja from Paradise Beach 3 Love this game and! Disappointment to say the least. Your items fall into disrepair too quickly AND there is no audio indicator of this. That didn't affect my enjoyment of the game at all; I was able to take as much time as I wanted and still got all the upgrades in the store. I have been waiting with bated breath for a new game!!! Now the positive things: It is fun to build a resort. I would not recommend this edition at all. You tend to build some of the structures ad nauseum to meet the goals. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by popi42 from build free.. It gets way too frustrating trying to get gold on each level. The first was tough but not so tough that it wasnt fun.

This, the second version, is completely cheap and tacky with gross neon colors and ugly characters and cartoony unrealistic graphics, the wonderful Paradise 'world' is no more Like others have said, you are dependent on the AI to achieve your goals. The customers who lose things are a little too frequent and there's not much challenge - objects are usually right next to them. I have Paradise Beach 1 and 2 and I love them both. There is no penalty for not finishing "in time" other than you won't earn these bonuses. Stick with the first one. I found this game fun for about 20 mins, and progressed with it because I was hoping it would get better, it didn't! Loved the beaches and the characters! I don't worry about the time when I play; I just enjoy building. I could not, despite MANY tries, even get 'silver' on the second level. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by writer3 from A wonderful sequel! Your own strategy has little to do with success.


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This game is awesome, you get to build on fab beach locations and hire a crew to help with anything from cleanup to mantainence, security and life guards. The gameplay IS fun Your own strategy has little to do with success. A better solution would be to make the upgrades actually serve more customers instead of affecting only how much money you take in and your customers still complain of long lines. I especially loved the animals and the store The Chronicles of Confucius’s Journey you can buy even more for your islands. Worst part, unless you get gold or silver Sparkle 2 the first five levels - you can't play 'sandbox' mode. Paradise Beach 2: Around the World you are extremely limited in building space. This, the second version, is completely cheap and tacky with gross neon colors Atlantic Quest 3 ugly characters and cartoony unrealistic graphics, the wonderful Paradise 'world' is no more Add to this that even visually, with all the overcrowding on your screen, it can be difficult to even see that an item needs repair. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jodybrissey from Loved this game I love this game and the first one also. This is faithfull to the point of no Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by PumpkinEscobar from Not as fun as the 1st one I really liked the first Paradise Beach so I was excited to see part 2. Your items fall into disrepair too quickly AND there is no audio indicator of this.

All in all, I would give this game 3. In this one, however, I could never get the happiness up within the allotted amount of time -- not to mention that it gets more annoying as the game goes on. The goals get a little more challenging the further you go at each destination but none too difficult or too boring and you can play in sandbox mode. I also liked the different items you could buy, like discos, bars, souvenir shops and I also liked at the end of each section each island you could carry on collecting money and doing the island up more. I especially loved the animals and the store where you can buy even more for your islands. I asked for a fix, but they said it was my computer and I get a free game. Add to this that even visually, with all the overcrowding on your screen, it can be difficult to even see that an item needs repair. If you finish the levels quickly, you earn bonus coins to buy some new objects to use for the remainder of the game. This is faithfull to the point of no Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by PumpkinEscobar from Not as fun as the 1st one I really liked the first Paradise Beach so I was excited to see part 2. It is very addictive and I have enjoyed going back and replaying to beat my high scores. The items can be difficult to click on due to overcrowding mentioned above. I don't worry about the time when I play; I just enjoy building.

I couldn't stop playing it WWorld it enthralled me so much I was obsessed with playing it and so happy to see the second edition. Worst part, unless you get gold or silver on the first five levels - you can't play 'sandbox' mode. I have Paradise Beach 1 and 2 and I love Word both. The gameplay IS fun There is no penalty Ocean Mahjong not finishing "in time" other than you won't earn these bonuses. Too bad, cause it is my all time fav. Your items fall into disrepair Beeach quickly AND there is no audio indicator of this. Stick with the first one. The addition of the minotaurs seems misplaced to me. There are a lot of things you can build and decorations like flowers, fountains, statues, etc. This game was definitely worth EcoRescue: Project Rainforest money and I will be hoping for a 3rd sequel! I read the bad reviews on this game and decided to try it anyways. But the biggest of these differences Nanny Mania 2 the gameplay.


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I have Paradise Beach 1 and 2 and I love them both. Sometimes you are extremely limited in building space. There is NO time to "decorate", so stores are basically just thrown into empty spaces Like others have said, you are dependent on the AI to achieve your goals. I have been waiting with bated breath for a new game!!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by penneybright from Even better than Paradise Beach! Too bad, cause it is my all time fav. The first was tough but not so tough that it wasnt fun. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jodybrissey from Loved this game I love this game and the first one also. It gets way too frustrating trying to get gold on each level. But this one, not at all. I loved all the decoration selections and facilities! A better solution would be to make the upgrades actually serve more customers instead of affecting only how much money you take in and your customers still complain of long lines.

14 thoughts on “Paradise Beach 2: Around the World

  1. I don't worry about the time when I play; I just enjoy building. Now the positive things: It is fun to build a resort. This game is awesome, you get to build on fab beach locations and hire a crew to help with anything from cleanup to mantainence, security and life guards.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by writer3 from A wonderful sequel! By the later levels, you have to worry about people drowning AND burning on the beach which is every 5 sec , along with vandals, finding lost objects, items breaking down -- unless you employ someone in every single open space possible. Oh, what happened?!!!

  3. The first edition of Paradise Beach was absolutely fantastic This is faithfull to the point of no I loved all the decoration selections and facilities!

  4. This falls way short of the first edition. I especially loved the animals and the store where you can buy even more for your islands. Stick with the first one.

  5. Add to this that even visually, with all the overcrowding on your screen, it can be difficult to even see that an item needs repair. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lorishere1 from Great Building Game! Loved the beaches and the characters! I have Paradise Beach 1 and 2 and I love them both.

  6. There is no penalty for not finishing "in time" other than you won't earn these bonuses. A better solution would be to make the upgrades actually serve more customers instead of affecting only how much money you take in and your customers still complain of long lines. Lots of fun, challenging, very nice graphics. They are games I play over and over.

  7. The items can be difficult to click on due to overcrowding mentioned above. There is also a sandbox mode you can unlock. I loved all the decoration selections and facilities! I was a big fan of the first edition, but this was even better. The first was tough but not so tough that it wasnt fun.

  8. Needless to say, if you like really hectic, fast-paced, no-chance-at-expert kind of games, you may just like this one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by penneybright from Even better than Paradise Beach! Add to this that even visually, with all the overcrowding on your screen, it can be difficult to even see that an item needs repair. I read the bad reviews on this game and decided to try it anyways. That didn't affect my enjoyment of the game at all; I was able to take as much time as I wanted and still got all the upgrades in the store.

  9. The addition of the minotaurs seems misplaced to me. The first edition of Paradise Beach was absolutely fantastic Loved the beaches and the characters! I especially loved the animals and the store where you can buy even more for your islands.

  10. Now the positive things: It is fun to build a resort. I hope they come out with a fourth installation with at least the same talent the original team had This is faithfull to the point of no You get to build your facilities where you want to instead of games that you have to build in specific places. I really like this game..

  11. This, the second version, is completely cheap and tacky with gross neon colors and ugly characters and cartoony unrealistic graphics, the wonderful Paradise 'world' is no more It gets way too frustrating trying to get gold on each level. The items can be difficult to click on due to overcrowding mentioned above. If you finish the levels quickly, you earn bonus coins to buy some new objects to use for the remainder of the game. I would not recommend this edition at all.

  12. Loved the beaches and the characters! There are a lot of things you can build and decorations like flowers, fountains, statues, etc. I was extremely happy with the length of the game and the bonus games! In this one, however, I could never get the happiness up within the allotted amount of time -- not to mention that it gets more annoying as the game goes on. Like others have said, you are dependent on the AI to achieve your goals.

  13. Your items fall into disrepair too quickly AND there is no audio indicator of this. Sometimes you are extremely limited in building space. All in all, I would give this game 3. I really like this game..

  14. Needless to say, if you like really hectic, fast-paced, no-chance-at-expert kind of games, you may just like this one. There are a lot of things you can build and decorations like flowers, fountains, statues, etc. This is a fun game and you won't finish it in a couple hours!

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