The Apprentice: Los Angeles - PC

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  • Play for a top spot in the Trump Organization in this innovative twist on resource management-style games
  • Test your sales skills in iconic LA settings: a Beverly Hills Boutique, a Little Tokyo Sushi Bar, Santa Monica Beach Rentals, and a Hollywood Hotel.
  • Earn the most money by serving your customers as efficiently as possible, combining strategy with fast action. You'll need to know how to prepare food, how to manage your assistants for maximum benefit, how to control your inventory, and more in order to
  • Battle against other contestants in the Boardroom memory game to see who gets fired first! Your opponent's skill level is determined by your performance in the rest of the game
  • Starring The Donald, Ivanka, and Don Jr., along with your favorite contestants from all six TV seasons

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The Apprentice: Los Angeles is FIVE games in ONE, for a great value. The perfect game for casual gamers and the fans of The Apprentice TV show.

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ASIN B000Q1NCPI
Release date May 1, 2007
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Best Sellers Rank #53,934 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.4 x 5.4 x 1.2 inches
Media: Video Game
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The Apprentice: Los Angeles has four Diner style games taking place in different locations along with memory card game for when you go to the boardroom.

If you've played the original The Apprentice, don't expect this one to resemble that flat attempt to take advantage of the TV show's popularity. A look at screen shots from the two games easily shows the new version contains better graphics, and better games.

The Apprentice: Los Angeles has a strong storyline. Players run a sushi bar, boutique and beach rental. The fourth, a hotel, comes later in the game as the final task. You play five levels of one task (a task in this case would be working in one of the stores) and then move on to the next. When you don't score high enough to beat your rival team, you go to the boardroom. Each level contains a monetary goal, but even if you miss it in one level -- you can make it up in the next.

A visit to the boardroom means playing a memory card game. Race against two other players you take to the boardroom with you by finding matching pairs. Make high point matches and take away other players' points until you reach a specific number of points.

The game play is another story. The customers in the stores drove me crazy and not in a good way. They were more impatient than customers in other games of a similar style. It didn't take long for them to go from happy to throwing a tantrum like a child.

The levels grew too hard too fast and my hands cramped when I tried to move quickly. A little chaining (clicking ahead multiple tasks) is possible, but you don't receive bonuses. Even with chaining, I wasn't fast enough for these spoiled-rotten customers.
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