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The Rosebud Condominium is a new flavor of hidden object game featuring procedurally-generated levels so that every playthrough is a unique experience. Enjoy an arcade style pacing that keeps you engaged for hours. Take on the role of an aspiring architect named Sarah, who is commissioned to build a sprawling tower that stretches beyond our terrestrial boundaries.

Beat your high score, build across the galaxy and unlock secrets. Reach the end of the universe, and maybe even a floor further Your Security and Privacy are important to us! Privacy Policy. Your username will be displayed on your review. Pick a username you like and can share with others. Your username is permanent and yours forever. Enter the email address you use for your Big Fish account. Need help? Help Sarah, an aspiring architect, build a sprawling tower in this fast-paced hidden object game spanning the universe!

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to view our site properly. Show Me How. Big Fish Games. PC Games. Mac Games. Online Games. Android Games. Share on Facebook Tweet Gift this game. The Rosebud Condominium. Play Now Download the free trial This game will not work on your operating system. Are you sure you want to download this game? OK Cancel. If this is your first time downloading a game from Big Fish, our handy Game Manager app will install on your computer to help manage your games.

This game will not work on your operating system. Are you sure you want to purchase it? Beware of challenges along your path. See More Games. Reviews at a Glance. The Rosebud Condominium 0 out of 5 0 Reviews Review. Customer Reviews. The Rosebud Condominium is rated 2. Rated 5 out of 5 by flipper70 from Fun, fun, fun! What a neat combination of a hidden object game and the flavor of time management! Lots of challenging levels. Race against the clock to find what you need.

Challenges to see what you can do. Will definitely keep you interested and moving! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by yolanded from Fun pastime opinion based on the trial version. The graphics are not very beautiful, but the idea is very cute, a new proposal on a genre that risks annoying, the tutorial is simple and clear, you can play multiple times to get the best score. That's what I look for nowadays.

I'm getting tired of the same old same old all the time. It didn't matter that the game has a timer. I'm just playing just to find the objects. Considering that you have to scroll up and down and your eyes are scanning left and right constantly and rapidly, this game may not be for those who become dizzy easily. It also helps if you have a good memory and can remember the different scenes.

I have not reached my point of frustration yet but I like this game so far. However, in spite of the game's description, it's just a hidden object game. Don't expect to be building anything. At first I enjoyed the innovative game play--you search up and down an increasing number of floor levels for a variety of items.

You have to open doors to see into different levels. That was ok, and movement up and down was smooth. Some items were in bizarre places, some items were very small, and the odd time colours didn't match between clue and item. Overall it was ok, though. Then came the fireballs. Some guy has it in for you no explanation , and next thing you know a bunch of levels are burning. Random large balls of fire bounce across the screen, sometimes as many as six or seven obliterating your view.

There didn't seem to be anything you could do to put out the fires or stop the fireballs. You just had to put up with it. I gave this three stars because I love that someone tried to come up with a new angle on Hidden Object games.

As irritating as the fireballs were, I'd probably have stuck with it if I'd gotten to build--or at least furnish--something with the items I was finding. As it was, it just felt very unsatisfying. Give it a try. The game is different enough that you'll need to see for yourself whether you like it. And again, kudos to the developers for coming up with something new. Rated 2 out of 5 by JadedBlonde from Got carsick in about 2 minutes The graphics are cartoon-like and plain but that's OK.

It's colorful and clean. The music is repetitive after a while but you can turn it down. That's about the only option along with full screen or not full screen but when I clicked "not full screen" nothing changed. Part of why I didn't like this game was it made me headachy, literally, because it was the full size of my monitor and it's nothing but scrolling up and down and up and down and up and down and sideways.

You are shown an item that you have to find, then click. The idea is interesting in a way - the first 5 levels I played were in a house of many floors. Doors would shut and open, walling off the rooms from view, so you had to remember where the kitchen was there might be more than 1 or where the bedroom was. You might be asked to find the green towel, and it might be in the bathroom on the 2nd floor right side or the 4th floor 3rd door from the left.

About 2 minutes into it I was ready to projectile vomit. If you like the motion, or it doesn't bother you, then this won't. The next irritation was the timer. There's no way to play it without one. This is nice if you want to test your memory and really try to remember where all that stuff is that you had a second to look at, but when you don't find things fast enough you start over.

If you don't care, you can advance. This, I promise you, will make you vomit since it's a lot of scrolling. Lots and lots of levels. A silly background story where you're a cute blonde engineer architect cartoon chick whose boss is making her build a tower. Yep, that's it. Yes, I shook my head on that one, too. I thought this might be a nice little brainless fun game to play in between saving cars in the rain and dead ancestors from curses and finding oil for rusty locks but I just didn't care for it.

At least try the demo. You'll know in a few minutes if this one is for you. Rated 2 out of 5 by pugmom from Should be better The visual quality, alone, gives this the poor rating then you add the lack of excitement and lack of storyline. Rated 2 out of 5 by campingramps from Not quite 3 stars This isn't a bad game but it isn't a good one either.

This is where I wish they had half star ratings because this is better than 2 but not quite 3. The cutscenes are ridiculous and don't really tie in other than the heroine's boss wants her to design and build a tall condo. Trouble is he keeps kidnapping her to get her to work. HO's are unique in how you go about doing them. Go from room to room, up and down, opening and closing doors to find all the objects.

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