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Miss Management

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Reviewer:  retrochick9
Location:  United States
Miss Management is a challenging, different game which follows the budding career of Denise, beginning her life in management. All the employees are so fun and realistic. This game reminded me of "The Office"! You feel as if you're in a real office in some respects. One thing I did not like, however, was that once you reach the end of the game, there's really nothing you can do but start over. I believe this game would be even better if it had multiple scenarios and story...

Miss Management


24 MB
Estimated download time:
Cable/DSL: 44 seconds
Dial-up: 60 minutes

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From the makers of Diner Dash, get ready to manage a team of zany animated coworkers as you step into the shoes of Denise, a young and beleaguered first-time office manager. You'll have to juggle incoming work tasks, keep everyone from getting stressed out, and help the coworkers achieve their goals, from flirting at the watercooler to getting more work done than anyone else! Office politics was never as hilarious as this!



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11 zany coworkers.
Over 40 animated scenes.
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Minimum System Requirements:
OS: Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
CPU: 600MHz or faster Processor
RAM: 128
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cute
Written by: sweet_emulsion  | Read all reviews by this user

Pros: 
fun, amusing characters

Cons: 
a bit repetetive

Comments: 
Fun game, cute idea. Poking fun at office politics is always a winner :) It does get a tad repetetive, but the diverse characters help to balance that.
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