Suburban Timewaster

I play video games and review them.

Style Quest (Gamehouse.com)

Stella just bought her very own beauty salon.  Unfortunately, an arrogant girl wants to shut her down.  Can Stella manage to keep her business afloat?

I know the game sounds like it has conflict but trust me when I say that it gets over pretty quick.  Then we have this new mystery as we try to figure out who has a crush on whom.  It’s like a high school soap opera set in a salon.

The game play is what really makes it shine.  You take customers to each station and try to please them in time.  You can earn up to three stars depending on well you do on each level.  Trust me when I say that if you want to get three stars on each one, you might have to replay some levels more than once. 

In between levels, you can use the stars you earn to purchase upgrades.  You can even hire people for each station with the exception of the shoe drawer and the styling chairs.  I don’t understand why you can’t hire someone for the hair styling station and yet can hire someone for the clothes changing station.  Especially because the latter has a mini-game while the former doesn’t.

This game is simplistic yet addictive.  I give it 5 out of 10; something to do when you’re bored.

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