With over 8 million monthly active users, Metrogames has become a strong, mid-sized social game developer. Their new title for Facebook, Mall Dreams, recently appeared on the top emerging apps list and currently has more than 860,000 monthly active users.
Following recent city-building games, Mall Dreams contains aspects of Mall World, but players run an entire mall rather than just one store. It's certainly a logical extension of the mall concept, and Mall Dreams proves entertaining. Unfortunately, the game play requires significant micromanagement and its requests to publish information becomes repetitive, both of which bring the game down a bit.
In Mall Dreams, your goal is to construct a successful mall. You build various stores and after a period of time, collect the income they earn. The time it takes to collect income from a store depends on the amount of stock items it has to sell. After you collect a store's income, you must pay a set amount of money to refill sold wares. The higher the restock value of what you purchase, the longer it will take to collect money, but the more the store will earn. The amount of stock depends on the level of the store as well and many can be upgraded.
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