Right in the storm of Hidden Object Adventure games, Alawar suddenly released Rescue Team 4 without any warning. Rescue Team 4 is a resource-management game, and it definitely plays like one. Your task is to rescue all of the people get trapped by the forces of nature in each level, and you need to build several commercial buildings and residences to aid your mission.
As if the developers have assumed that all of casual gamers are familiar with the genre, Rescue Team 4 starts off with no tutorial or basic instructions whatsoever. The first few levels of the game are incredibly simple, and although the level of difficulty does increase level after level; it is still not as challenging as some of the similar games we have gotten lately. There is nothing off with the gameplay in Rescue Team 4, as it plays super smoothly on our PC. However, it lacks all those bells and whistles that make it stand above the rest of the crowd.
On the other hand, the art style in Rescue Team 4 is quite different from those in its previous installments. It is still cartoonish and colorful, but the characters are more three-dimensional and the graphics are more attractive we would say. The background music is just fine, relaxing and soothing.