Club Control 2

Bullet
  • Awesome environement
  • Unique upgrades
  • Rock the Paradise Islands!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 115

Review for game Club Control 2

Bring a party to the wilderness in this Time Management game, and rock the Paradise Islands like never before in Club Control 2! Help Kattie expand across sunny islands, gorgeous oceans, and beautiful mountains. Create different clubs and upgrade your equipment to earn tons of money while you keep the party spirit alive! Choose different styles of music and decorate accordingly to keep your customers happy in Club Control 2!

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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

Date release

July 10, 2010

Game Rank

2942 points

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Acceptable, when you know what it's about
June 28, 2013

The game is all about fast-clicking, and when I'm in the mood, I really like these games. You own a club with multiple activities in it, each activity has a specific "seat" number and you move your clients around according to their wishes, trying not to make any mistakes. A huge con is the dull music AND the continuous voices of the clientele going "hmm, oh yeah, nice" every single time you move one of them. Imagine that, on a single level at the beginning, you may serve over 15 customers and move them around. It gets really annoying. Overall, if you like fast-clicking games, you may like this one, but I wouldn' say it's definitely worth its bucks.

Most people will probably dislike this game but I like it!
November 29, 2011

One of my favorite aspects of Time Management games is the frenzied clicking and queuing. I've described myself as "an avid clicker," which has amused my gaming friends to no end, but it definitely describes what I love about this game. The drawback to this game is that frenzied clicking is about all it has to offer. There is no plot, the graphics are poor, and the sounds are, quite frankly, annoying. I've played the game and gotten Expert on all the levels - of which there are over 50 - which was quite a challenge and took many play sessions. If you're like me and you love clicking and Expert-level Time Management, then you'll like it (although you might get bored and have to come back to it).

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