For those who are fond of love stories this game can be the perfect game. If you think about, there are no many games in this category so we could say that Mark and Mandi’s Love Story is quite unique. Needless to say, Mark and Mandi are the protagonists of this love story in which you will take a part. Let’s know a little bit about their stories.
Ever since she was a little girl, Mandi liked to picture the main of her dreams. He was handsome, caring, funny, and liked the same stuff that she did. As she grew up her dreams started to fade, and she began to doubt that this “perfect” man even existed. But then one day she made a wish, and that’s where the third character in this story comes in. The job of Cupid is to grant love whishes. In Mandi’s case, it was just a matter of putting her in the right place at the right time. Mark was enjoying a coffee at his favorite café, when in walked Mandi. He looked up from his paper and he didn’t look back down. They’ve been together ever since. But thing’s don’t always go as planned. Sometimes they just don’t see eye to eye, and it’s almost as if they see the same things slightly differently. So Cupid needs your help – as a player – to give Mark and Mandi a happy ending.
There are four gardens in this game representing the progress of the love story of Mark and Mandi, from dating to starting their family. As you determine the differences between Mark and Mandi in each level and play other games, you will earn wishes. As Cupid’s assistant, it’s your job to use these whishes to cultivate the gardens. Some of the wishes you build are called “Milestones”. When you build them,they will advance the story and unlock the next stage.
There are two different kinds of wishes that you can build. The first kind is the lovely creatures that will make the garden come alive and bring you unexpected surprises. The second kind of wish is the milestone. They can add to Mark and Mandi’s romantic moments on the garden, and more importantly, they will progress their relationship to the next stage.
There are two game modes in this game for the “What’s the difference”, and you can switch it at any time. In default, the game is in Normal mode where all differences are relatively easy to spot, and the images are displayed in the side-by-side position. In hard mode, you will be challenged by more hard-to-spot differences and the images are put in the flipped position.
You can try this game for 60 minutes before you buy the licensed version. If you like it, you can buy this game for only 19.95 dollars, right from the Oberon Media Game Center, on the Web. There are some discounts for GameServer Members.
About the system requirements, is not that big computer that you need to run this game. Take a look to the list:
• Operating System: Window XP and Vista
• Processor Speed: 1 Ghz
• RAM: 512 MB
• Hand drive space: 50 MB
• Graphic Card: support 800*600 32 bits
• Sound Card: any
• DirectX version: 7.0
- Easy to learn how to play the game using the help and the tutorial
- Affordable price
- Two modes to play the game
- It’s available only in English
- It’s not a multiplayer game
- Use on network is not supported