Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin'
September 23, 2013
Although we have just got the chance to review this game, Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin’ has been released since September last year. American Dreamin’ is very similar to the studio’s another Free-to-Play title, Awakening Kingdoms in terms of gameplay – despite the fact that ‘Kingdoms’ was actually released after this game. you work through quests, search through hidden object scenes, earn experience and money, obtain items and play mini-games. The major thing that differentiates this game from that title is the feature of Shop.
In Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin’, you have your own antique shop in which you can buy furnitures, items to decorate. It is not the most creative thing ever, but it is still a pretty fun addition. As a whole, American Dreamin’ is also very entertaining – the hidden object scenes are pleasant, mini-games are standard yet fun and the presentation is superb.
Speaking of the presentation, the graphics in American’ Dreamin are very satisfying. They look very classy and the quality is spot-on; there are moments that we feel the scenes are a little too plain, but those are passable. The soundtracks are extremely well-done as well, soothing and relaxing which support the game interestingly well.
Aside from that, American Dreamin’ consists of every other features a HOG F2P should have. From collections and achievements to power-up items and an item shop. On the social side, you can connect with your friends via Facebook and share your progress, status and updates with them.