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Little Shop — Road Trip game

Little Shop — Road Trip

Genre: puzzle / hidden object

Download Little Shop — Road Trip gameDownload game (44.11 MB)  Buy Little Shop — Road Trip game onlineOrder full version ($6.99)

Game review

Set off on the road to fun with Little Shop — Road Trip, all-new amazing hidden object adventure from the creators of the popular Little Shop of Treasures series.

Take a break from your thriving little shops and set off on the road to fun with Little Shop — Road Trip game. Venture across the U.S. in search of Americana! The game is spread across 16 challenging trips that cover more than 80 levels of re-playable locales, 16 cities and landmarks such as San Francisco, Yellowstone, Chicago, Mount Rushmore, Las Vegas and Niagara Falls. Visit dazzling scenes on your quest to collect rare and exclusive new items for your shops back home.

Featuring two great game modes, thousands of cleverly hidden objects, over 100 levels of original gameplay, cinematic scenes, new bonus mini-games, a new «Magnet» hint feature, and miles and miles of family fun; there’s more to be seen in Little Shop — Road Trip than ever before. Grab the keys to success today!

Game screenshots

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System requirements

  • Windows 2000/XP/Vista
  • DirectX 7.0
  • 128 MB RAM
  • Processor 800 MHz
 

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