Janes Hotel: Family Hero

Want to be a fabulous entrepreneur? Expand a boutique hotel chain and provide 4-star service to eager guests. Help Jane purchase four International hotels, make upgrades, and pay off that large looming bank loan. In addition to the normal guest services, Jane can now help customers buy souvenirs and take pictures. Jane`s Hotel: Family Hero is the hospitable sequel adding a brand new twist to time management and cafe simulation games.

More of a TM game for when you're wanting to relax and have fun. It's simple yet engaging. The graphics are nice and the customers are a rather quirky bunch. The hotel guests just keep repeating over and over--there are some levels with one character arriving again and again. It was challenging, but not frustratingly so. Also, I liked the locations best too. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Nettee22 from I've enjoyed playing this game for years. I love TM games, but not the ones that make my heart race too much. I probably wouldn't have if I had known it was going to be a short game. The first Jane's Hotel was alright, but I seldomly played it. It had great graphics and a variety of things to do. Sure, I'm beating the game, but it's not hard and it's not challenging, because if it was I wouldn't have 3 options left to update before being forced to move onto the next country. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by traciejean from Not Very Challenging I don't play a lot of these games, but of the games I play, I like them to be somewhat challenging, so I get my money's worth. I liked the game, I just wish it had a little more pizazz. The panoramic hotel, was annoying.


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Date published: IGT Slots Kitty Glitter 4 out of 5 by Nettee22 from I've enjoyed playing this game for years. Sure, I'm beating the game, but it's not hard and it's not challenging, because if it was I wouldn't have 3 options left to update before Defense of Roman Britain forced to move onto the next country. It had great graphics and a variety of things to do. Also, I Janes Hotel: Family Hero the locations best too. You really don't get much more than the trial shows. It's simple yet engaging. The panoramic hotel, was annoying. It was challenging, but not frustratingly so. And ok, what hotel has to deliver a telephone to the room? Though this game was fun, I was never challenged and I regret spending money on it. I must have played it 50 times now. Other than that aspect, the game was laid out well. The items for updating the hotel's decor need to be updated themselves. Play it over and over.

If you're looking for a challenge, try ":Miss Management" especially in the last levels , which I have yet to complete. I just wish they would come out with a part 3. Other than that aspect, the game was laid out well. The graphics are nice and the customers are a rather quirky bunch. The panoramic hotel, was annoying. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by traciejean from Not Very Challenging I don't play a lot of these games, but of the games I play, I like them to be somewhat challenging, so I get my money's worth. It's simple yet engaging. It had great graphics and a variety of things to do. I play both parts 1 and 2. The first Jane's Hotel was alright, but I seldomly played it. This is one of the few games that I am obsessed with. Also, I liked the locations best too. I opted to move to the next hotel once the dollar amount was met. You don't have to invest a lot of time or energy into it and can quit fairly quickly and come back later. But If this game was a little bit longer, I would have given it five stars.

And there's no option to go back to the previous country or hotel once you've moved on. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Nettee22 from I've enjoyed playing this game for years. Though this game was fun, I was never challenged and I regret spending money on it. I opted to move to the next hotel once the dollar amount was Hdro. But If this game was a little bit longer, I would have given it five stars. It took me a bit to get used to the scrolling screen in Janws later levels. You don't have to invest a lot of time or energy into it Janes Hotel: Family Hero can quit fairly quickly and come Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt later. I would recommend this to everyone, children Janrs love it too. If you like game's play this one you will enjoy your self an not want to JJanes playing it. I play both parts 1 and 2. The panoramic hotel, was annoying. I just wish they would come out with a part 3. As soon as you reach the goal dollar amount you have to move on to the next level whether you've updated all of Janes Hotel: Family Hero options in the current hotel or not.


Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by katnap from My kind of TM game I don't really even know why I like this game so much! I probably should have played this one first. And ok, what hotel has to deliver a telephone to the room? Other than that aspect, the game was laid out well. It's simple yet engaging. If you're looking for a challenge, try ":Miss Management" especially in the last levels , which I have yet to complete. If you want a TM game that doesn't leave you feeling frazzled, this is one I would recommend. I must have played it 50 times now. This one was perfect for me. This is one of the few games that I am obsessed with. The panoramic hotel, was annoying. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by kasia from fun game the level are to long sometimes boring Date published:

It was challenging, but not frustratingly so. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by katnap from My kind of TM game If you like game's play this one you will enjoy your self an not want to stop playing it. I must have played it 50 times now. I probably wouldn't have if I had known it was going to be a short game. This is one of the few games that I am obsessed with. I love TM games, but not the ones that make my heart race too much. I opted to move to the next hotel once the dollar amount was met. It's something you can play when you have to go somewhere in minutes but it's difficult to stop because it's such fun. I liked the game, I just wish it had a little more pizazz. If you just want a few hours of low key fun, this is a great game. This game is great an by great i mean fun an would like to get it when i can along with some other game's. It just didn't seem to fit in a time management game.

11 thoughts on “Janes Hotel: Family Hero

  1. It's simple yet engaging. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Nettee22 from I've enjoyed playing this game for years. I would recommend this to everyone, children would love it too. If you want a TM game that doesn't leave you feeling frazzled, this is one I would recommend. It's something you can play when you have to go somewhere in minutes but it's difficult to stop because it's such fun.

  2. It's something you can play when you have to go somewhere in minutes but it's difficult to stop because it's such fun. I must have played it 50 times now. But If this game was a little bit longer, I would have given it five stars. And ok, what hotel has to deliver a telephone to the room? If you just want a few hours of low key fun, this is a great game.

  3. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Nettee22 from I've enjoyed playing this game for years. As soon as you reach the goal dollar amount you have to move on to the next level whether you've updated all of the options in the current hotel or not. I just wish they would come out with a part 3. If you're looking for a challenge, try ":Miss Management" especially in the last levels , which I have yet to complete.

  4. You really don't get much more than the trial shows. Sure, I'm beating the game, but it's not hard and it's not challenging, because if it was I wouldn't have 3 options left to update before being forced to move onto the next country. The graphics are nice and the customers are a rather quirky bunch. Great game with challenging levels Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bethmt from Fun and relaxing This is probably my favorite in the Jane's Hotel series. I play both parts 1 and 2.

  5. I don't really even know why I like this game so much! Play it over and over. This one was perfect for me. You have to organize yourself to meet the goals and it can get very fast paced. As soon as you reach the goal dollar amount you have to move on to the next level whether you've updated all of the options in the current hotel or not.

  6. Also, I liked the locations best too. It's simple yet engaging. I just wish they would come out with a part 3.

  7. But, even with all that, I still enjoy playing it! I just wish they would come out with a part 3. The hotel guests just keep repeating over and over--there are some levels with one character arriving again and again. I probably should have played this one first. I play both parts 1 and 2.

  8. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by traciejean from Not Very Challenging I don't play a lot of these games, but of the games I play, I like them to be somewhat challenging, so I get my money's worth. I play both parts 1 and 2. Sure, I'm beating the game, but it's not hard and it's not challenging, because if it was I wouldn't have 3 options left to update before being forced to move onto the next country. Also, I liked the locations best too. Now i have many game's i want to get but can only afford 1 at a time.

  9. Sure, I'm beating the game, but it's not hard and it's not challenging, because if it was I wouldn't have 3 options left to update before being forced to move onto the next country. If you want a TM game that doesn't leave you feeling frazzled, this is one I would recommend. More of a TM game for when you're wanting to relax and have fun.

  10. You have the most options, and the most important decisions to make in this one compared to the other ones concerning upgrades. The game ramped up as you went along without getting crazy, and the characters were easy to move. It may be too easy for some, but you can make it as difficult as you like, depending on what you choose to upgrade with.

  11. I just wish they would come out with a part 3. Sure, I'm beating the game, but it's not hard and it's not challenging, because if it was I wouldn't have 3 options left to update before being forced to move onto the next country. Great game with challenging levels Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bethmt from Fun and relaxing This is probably my favorite in the Jane's Hotel series. This one was perfect for me.

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