Release Date: July 2007
- Funny office story
- Challenge to balance work and personal needs of workers
- Can only hold one item
"Miss Management" Features
- Manage the office work and the workers' needs.
- Assign work to the employee it's best suited for.
- Play 30 levels with 3 stars to earn for each level.
- Employees have their own strengths and annoyances.
"Miss Management" Review
Learning "Miss Management" takes minutes. The tutorial goes on longer than what it needs to. Move work to desks, people to objects. Simple.
After the tutorial, you are given the freedom to move forward through the levels (or episodes) and repeat them as wanted. There are 3 stars of completion. One level for the required objectives and the second and third for extra goals and within a time frame. There aren't any advantages to earning all 3 stars that I could find. I just went with completing the minimum and moving forward.
The goals given change in each episode, but have common themes. You may have to buy certain items at the store, get so much work to one employee, or have an employee talk or do an activity for so long. Of course, the employees all have wants that are another employee's pet peeves. One will want the AC on, another will get angry that it's on.
The story isn't half bad and actually comical at times. I found "Miss Management" to be good gaming for a couple of hours. It wasn't a game that I couldn't wait to play after I got about halfway done.