Fix-it-up 2: World Tour

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Kate decides to expand her car-repair empire all over the world. Purchase cars, fix them up in enviroment-friendly workshops and sell them.

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Description

Kate, the owner of car-repair shops all over U.S.A., is faced with a new
challenge: Go abroad! Build car-repair shops anywhere from snowy Canada, to the steaming African jungles; buy cars, fix'em, give'em a painting and they're good to go.

Just be sure to see what the clients want so you can set the price high!
Increase the quality of your offers by upgrading buildings and tuning the
cars so they don't pollute the environment. Hire the best specialists so you can get cars up and running in no time!

Find out how the fascinating love story of Kate, Steve and Martin ends.
Help them in their struggles against a mysterious corporation that is fast
on their heels!
  • 54 levels in 18 unique locations around the world
  • Make the cars (over 20 types!) environment-friendly in upgraded workshops
  • Upgrade Kate's mansion to it's full glory
  • Go back to the basics with the original “Fix-it-up: Kate's Adventure” !

Requirements

Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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CPU TypeUniversal
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1.8 GHz
System RAM512 MB
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. Loved it but HATED it
    by Kate Finney, USA - Jan 20th 2010

    I was going to just buy this one outright because this would have been my 2nd "Kate" game, but I decided to give it a try first. Boy oh boy am I glad I did! Saved me ten bucks! I absolutely WILL NOT buy this one! The concept is the same as the first Kate game and its a good one. It's challenging and has an interesting story line. BUT ... UGH!!! the "ambient" sounds are, to put it mildly, HORRIBLE! Every 3 seconds you hear a kid whining "can we go for ice cream?" or a lady asking "ready to work?" or a man screaming "ICE CREAM SANDWICHES!!" or a dog barking or a couple laughing or well, you get the idea. It's the most annoying, distracting (and ultimately "game ending") flaw I've ever encountered in a game (and I've downloaded and own over 40 games including all of the "Diner" and Dash games). You can only adjust the music or sounds not the ambient noise itself. Of the 60 minute free trial I was tempted to quit after about 20 minutes but I really like the game play itself so I grit my teeth and finished it. What a shame. Great game if you can play it with the sound off (which is an option but not one Im willing to pay ten dollars for).

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