Tower across the universe!
Take on the role of Sarah, a single mother and aspiring architect who is commissioned by the enigmatic Boss to build a sprawling tower that stretches beyond terrestrial boundaries.
But as Sarah builds taller and taller, she draws the ire of Craig, the unassuming Canadian who sets out stop her!
The Rosebud Condominium is a new flavor of hidden object games, featuring procedurally-generated levels so that every playthrough is a unique experience, and a quick arcade pace that keeps the player engaged for hours.
Beat your high score, build across the galaxy, and unlock the secrets of the Boss!
The Rosebud (put your own Citizen Kane joke/reference here) Condomium looks like simple hidden object game at first glance, and you would be right - graphics look simple, the cover screams "cheap android flash game" and there is no plot to speak of, unlike in many, many hidden object games of today, where the only thing driving you is really decent plot. Here what drives this game is actually different take on the genre, to the point it can get somewhat obnoxious. What differs this game from many others today is the restrict time limit and how fast paced it makes this game, as well as obstacles, like doors, which you have to open (the catch is that you can only have one opened at a time, so if you have doors already opened somewhere else, those will close) to see what's inside the room. That's actually really engaging, but the problem are items and timer - timer in later stages is extremely unforgiving and it won't forgive you any beating around the bush (or whatever you call it). As for the items, those can get annyoing, because, for example, sometimes you will have to find a desk. Sounds simple, right? Well, not in this game, because while there are many desks in the stage, you have to pay attention to details, like one specific opened drawer. It is ingenious and annoying at the same time. Annoying, because it comes unexpected, but ingenious, because barely any game thought of something like that and make you pay more attention for what you are searching for. Overall, it is not a bad game, but it can get stressful and novelty dies with lack of variety in the end. Wait for a sale, because while there is some fun to be had, it is not worth the full price.
What's the tallest building in the world, you ask? Well, this game may answer your question. When you're building begins to sprawl out into the universe, you know you've picked up a bizarre game. Tasked with constructing an outrageously tall building, The Rosebud Condominium has you look for hidden objects within the rooms of the tower, allowing you to proceed to greater heights. It sounds boring, but the game manages to keep a fast-flowing pace that'll keep you playing for longer than you expect. The graphics are quite nice, but nothing overly special - it's the gameplay you'll enjoy the most. If you have vertigo, then you may want to avoid this game, but otherwise it's a decent puzzle game for the asking price.
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