Making Mr. Right

Making Mr. Right

Making Mr. Right is an original time-management game with a love theme
2.5  (4 votes)

Making Mr. Right is an original time-management game in which have to help men transform into Mr. Right to foster their relationship to marriage. Like in most time-management games, every level has a specific goal that you must achieve in order to get to the next one. In this game, there are many different types of goals that include building houses, training bachelors, getting bachelors married, and many more. In the case of training bachelors, your customers will be men who wish to learn new skills in order to impress their women and get their hearts. Once you have a new customer, what you have to do is ask them what they wish to learn and then, drag them to the corresponding area in your studio. If you don't have that area built yet, you have to click on the phone to call the builders and you'll have it ready in a few seconds. Once they learn a new skill, you must drag them to the table where they are going to have a date with their women and once they are done, you have to collect the money. As for building structures, you can build any structure on valid areas if you have sufficient funds. The more you build, the more income you'll get, the more appeal, and the higher love meter you generate. You should build the houses according to the couples' wishes to make them happier. There are also several trophies that you can win by completing the levels under certain conditions.
What is more, if you build a gift shop in your parcel, you will be rewarded a match 3 game in which you must match as many gifts as you can in sets of three or more to earn more income.
Regarding the graphics, they are very colorful and attractive. Sound effects are good and the music is very pleasant, but a bit repetitive.
To sum up, Making Mr. Right is an original time-management game that will surely attract many fans of this genre.

Silvana Mansilla
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Review summary

Pros

  • Original theme and gameplay
  • Lots of goals
  • Lots of things to do
  • Unlockable mini-game

Cons

  • Repetitive music
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