Emily’s back and this time she has a chance to make it big. A television network just offered her a prime time cooking show. Only problem is that her car broke down and she might not make it to the studio in time. All she has to rely on is the kindness of the citizens of Snuggford.
This story is actually pretty cliché. It’s about fame and fortune verses friends and family. Emily makes friends that help her with her car in return that she helps them with something. Each one makes a meaningful connection with her that she doesn’t find at the studio. On her show, she pretends to be happy and is just selling stuff.
I won’t tell you what she chooses but it’s pretty obvious from the get go, at least it is to me.
The game play is the same with one added feature. Each level comes with a scenario that you can participate in to earn extra points.
Other than that, it’s the same as usual. You make products for your customers, buy stuff for each restaurant, catch a mouse each level and unlock an entertainer and cleaner.
The only place you don’t get an entertainer is the Snuggford State Fair and that’s only because you can have passersby singing on stage.
This game is fun and addictive. I give it 8 out of 10; it’s the one where the series finds its footing.