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Build-a-lot 2: Town of the Year

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Reviewer:  tawneypelt
Location:  United States
Its a really fun game and its challenging to wich makes it never get boring!It also has alot of different buildings for you to build!

56 MB
Estimated download time:
Cable/DSL: 102 seconds
Dial-up: 140 minutes

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It’s time to get busy again building, buying and selling houses in Build-a-lot 2: Town of the Year! There are new towns to explore, new Mayors to meet and lots of money to be made as you cast your vote for the ‘Town of the Year’. Use your keen eye to pick the right locations to build parks and shops. Pick your paint colors, upgrades and landscaping to create the ultimate curb appeal and earn outstanding profits. How about a latte from the new coffee shop? Some new flower boxes from the garden center? It’s all waiting for you in Build-a-lot 2 ...welcome to the neighborhood!



  Free Trial Version!

Flip houses for big profits
Paint and landscape houses to increase curb appeal
Build fun parks to help beautify the neighborhood
Construct fancy shops and earn profit sharing
  for only $19.99

 Full Unlimited Version.
 Instant activation.
 No additional downloads.
 No shipping, waiting or CD-ROM     necessary.

Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP/2003/Vista
Processor: PIII 500 MHz
DirectX 7.0
256 MB RAM
Free hard drive space: 80 MB
DirectX 7.0
DirectX-compliant Sound Card
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Build-a-lot
Written by: boricuasoflyy  | Read all reviews by this user

Pros: 
Earning money actually takes a bit of work and planning, doesnt just come to you.

Cons: 
At first seems a bit pointless and has an old person feel to it.

Comments: 
This game definitely takes a bit of time to get used to, but once you get the hang of everything you wont be able to stop!
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