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HappyVille: Quest for Utopia

Gogii Games is going to present you its latest building simulation masterpiece titled HappyVille: Quest for Utopia. According to the Gogii Games’ mind, HappyVille: Quest for Utopia will delight all players who are starving for creative puzzle-solving tasks, who can plan and have the initiative to expand and improve. It is a nice building simulation game with pleasing, slightly cartoonish artwork where you will have piles of tasks to complete, from constructing and maintaining the different town areas to monitoring a wide range of statistics such as daily revenue, the cost of various amenities like hospitals and schools, and the well-being of your population in terms of the number of homeless and unemployed. Also do not forget about "decorations" like trees, fountains and park benches, which make the district more attractive.




Basically HappyVille: Quest for Utopia was planed by Gogii Games as an all-new simulation game that would have turned the common conception of this sort of games or at least show the new way in this genre. Did you notice something like that? Neither did we. Frankly speaking, it is nothing more than a shot in the blue... Read more

At first sight HappyVille: Quest for Utopia offers you quite challenging sim activities such as starting a new town, attracting residents there, arranging some businesses and so on. Besides these chores you have to decorate the city with fountains, green bushes, monuments in order to make the citizens happy. Well, it could be a deserved title, if the developers were more careful and diligent.

More than once HappyVille: Quest for Utopia feels unfinished because there are plenty of odd points that spoil the overall experience. For example, you are not able to choose what kind of business to create. Click on some resident who says they want a café to have a cup of tea at, but there is no such business in the building list, moreover, businesses are not categorized enough. Making it worse, this game is bubbling with different oversights that will frustrate players more than once. So, some people in your city ask for a safer neighborhood, yet they are lived right beside a police station. We really wonder if this title was tested at all.   

Unfortunately, all these flaws mar the game experience inevitably. Due to its unchallenged gameplay and inexcusable shortcomings HappyVille can appeal neither to experienced players nor even to beginners. If the game had a chance, it had been nipped in the bud by the developers and their slipshod manner.