Establish your very own prosperous business empire in this addictive game filled with activities for you to do.
Solve fun hidden object scenes to get some extra currency and experience under your belt.
Explore and unlock new areas to expand your business even further.
Uptasia is a really addictive browser based game that bases itself on the well thought out concepts of city builder games and combines these elements with some great hidden object gameplay aspects. This is a combination that might seem rather unusual at start but as you play through the game you’ll quickly realize that it works out quite well and makes this game heaps of fun.
Given the amount of things to do in Uptasia, it’s not surprise that it can be a bit difficult to get into and new players are often overwhelmed with the insane amount of features. The game does an excellent job of taking care of this steep learning curve by setting up a really in-depth step by step tutorial for newcomers that will accompany them through their first three levels and teach all the crucial basics of the game. The best part about it all is that the tutorial is quite rewarding as well so you’ll have a hefty amount of coppers to spend once you’re done with it.
Going into the gameplay, once you get the hang of things you’ll see that Uptasia is a game that never ceases to amaze and has something new for you at every step of the way. The objective of the game is pretty straightforward; you start out small and have to grow your business through hard work and effort so that it becomes the most successful in all the land. This is of course no easy task and there’s a lot to do along the way before you finally achieve your goal. The key thing to note about this game is that it always gives players a sense of direction in the form of quests.
There will rarely, if ever, come a point in your game where you don’t know what to do as there are always quests you can complete for currency and experience. The variety of things you can do in the game is pretty amazing as you can setup many different kinds of shops such as bakeries, florists, drugstores, leather factories, watchmakers and a ton of other things. Each different shop has its own products and while some of these are sold when customers come to the stores themselves, you can also attempt to sell some in the town square by yourself if you feel like business is going slow.
Other than this there’s of course the aspect of hidden object sequences in the game. Basically you have your very own Villa where you can come to solve these hidden object scenes for experience and currency. At the start you won’t have access to any of them but as you set up more shops and structures, more of these hidden object puzzles will begin to unlock for you to solve. These scenes are really fun and a great way to earn the things you need to carry on building.
As for the visual aspects, there shouldn’t be many expectations from Uptasia given the fact that it is after all a browser based game and emphasizes on providing high quality gameplay rather than top tier visuals. Despite this it should be pointed out that the game looks pretty fantastic for a variety of different reasons. The first is that the color scheme is really bright and makes everything a lot more appealing, the second thing is that the game always feels alive. No matter where you go in the game there will always be some people in the area which make the game look a lot lively.
Gems are basically the premium currency of the game and can be used for tasks like speeding up construction processes. Alongside this you can also exchange gems for coppers which are the standard in-game currency. You’ll be able to purchase gems with real world money.
Uptasia is a really addictive game that brings together the best of city builder gameplay with some great hidden object elements.