Toy Shop

MPN: 01528
Product Details
Description
Use the Stylus to control everything, from moving characters, making toys, and interacting with others : Choose your style of play, whether it's complete control of all operations, simply running the store or just creating toys : Play mini games to create over 30 new and fun toys for your store, from Teddy Bears to Action Figures to Board Games. Earn experience by making toys to unlock new toys : Run your shop for 3 years, with each year divided into 4 months that represent the 4 seasons. Each month has a special event that directly influences the number of people that shop and their specific behavior prior to the event. Events include - Valentine's Day, Summer Vacation, Halloween and Christmas : Work in 6 unique locations from the Toy Shop to the Toy Store, and areas throughout town with different seasonal appearances, including - Residential District, Commercial District, Main Square and Beach : Unlock new, bigger store locations as you earn more money selling toys. Adjust prices and change stock based on customer moods and habits. Touch customers with your stylus to see their budget, desired toys and perception of their Toy Shop experience : Customer satisfaction is important in the store and out. If customers leave unhappy, other potential customers may never visit and you'll lose business : Learn the ins and outs of running the Toy Shop with an in-depth tutorial : Control both Mel and Mark while interacting with more than 10 important town members, including the Mayor
Summary
Product Title Toy Shop
Manufacturer Eidos
Power Score 2.2 | 1 Review
Expert Reviews
Toy Shop
1.5 Star Review  IGN.com - May 1, 2008

We get that Harvest Moon took hard labor and turned it into something cutesy and fun, but that doesn't mean that formula needs to become a genre. We also get that running a toy shop could, in theory, be fun. But there's a crucial step in the recipe of making a video game about work. You have to make the work fun! Developer Game Invest must have forgotten that when they made Toy Shop, a game that is more tedious and unrewarding than an actual job in the retail industry.

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Product Details
Description
Use the Stylus to control everything, from moving characters, making toys, and interacting with others : Choose your style of play, whether it's complete control of all operations, simply running the store or just creating toys : Play mini games to create over 30 new and fun toys for your store, from Teddy Bears to Action Figures to Board Games. Earn experience by making toys to unlock new toys : Run your shop for 3 years, with each year divided into 4 months that represent the 4 seasons. Each month has a special event that directly influences the number of people that shop and their specific behavior prior to the event. Events include - Valentine's Day, Summer Vacation, Halloween and Christmas : Work in 6 unique locations from the Toy Shop to the Toy Store, and areas throughout town with different seasonal appearances, including - Residential District, Commercial District, Main Square and Beach : Unlock new, bigger store locations as you earn more money selling toys. Adjust prices and change stock based on customer moods and habits. Touch customers with your stylus to see their budget, desired toys and perception of their Toy Shop experience : Customer satisfaction is important in the store and out. If customers leave unhappy, other potential customers may never visit and you'll lose business : Learn the ins and outs of running the Toy Shop with an in-depth tutorial : Control both Mel and Mark while interacting with more than 10 important town members, including the Mayor
Summary
Product Title Toy Shop
Manufacturer Eidos
Power Score 2.2 | 1 Review
Additional Specifications
Parent Retsku: B0013B5NCK
Expert Reviews
Toy Shop
1.5 Star Review  IGN.com - May 1, 2008

We get that Harvest Moon took hard labor and turned it into something cutesy and fun, but that doesn't mean that formula needs to become a genre. We also get that running a toy shop could, in theory, be fun. But there's a crucial step in the recipe of making a video game about work. You have to make the work fun! Developer Game Invest must have forgotten that when they made Toy Shop, a game that is more tedious and unrewarding than an actual job in the retail industry.

Read the full review »

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