Fix-it-Up 2 - World Tour
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Fix-it-Up 2 - World Tour 

Your favorite grease monkey returns in Fix-it-Up 2 - World Tour, the car-tastic sequel to the hit automobile repair game!

Now that Kate has successfully saved her family's business, her sights are set on a greater ambition: going global! With the help of Martin and Steve, join Kate as she expands her car-repair empire all over the world to such places like Australia, China, Mexico and more. Purchase cars, fix them up, paint them, rent them and sell them for profit! See if you can stay ahead of the mysterious corporation that is fast on your heels.

There are over 20 different car types this time around, with new buildings to upgrade and many more customers to satisfy. Of course, this new adventure isn't just about business however, because Kate will finally choose between Martin or Steve. Who will be the lucky man to win her hand?

Find out why when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Fix-it-Up 2 - World Tour today!

  • Open car shops around the world in this energetic Time Management sequel.
  • Purchase cars, fix them up, paint them, rent them and sell them for profit!
  • Repair over 20 car types in environmentally friendly buildings.
  • Earn coins to create the mansion of your dreams.
  • Find out if Kate chooses Martin or Steve.
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Reviews of Fix-it-Up 2 - World Tour
 | Added on: November 20, 2015
 | Added on: November 11, 2015
The vehicles change thru the levels each with it's own challenges. Easy to get distracted and lose track of time. I enjoyed playing and will play again.
 | Added on: February 16, 2010
I usually don't play many time management games such as this but thought I'd check it out. It was kinda confusing at first like figuring out how to clean the car as I was trying to put it in one of the buildings and it wouldn't let me - you just have to put it in a parking space and click on it twice LOL! Oh and the special order vehicles you just put them in the paint shop and they "go away on their own" as you can't sell them. You get bonus money for those. Kinda too fast paced for me getting the cars fixed, cleaned, painted and sold but at the same time it was kinda fun for the hour once I figured it out but this isn't a game for me that I would hurry up, click and purchase. If you like time management games you may enjoy this OR then again it may be too easy for you if you play this sort of game quite often. I give this three stars oveall. Definitely an OK game for the hour but like I said, nothing I would purchase.
 | Added on: February 23, 2010
This game is one of my very favorite TM games. I have replayed it 3 times and still will play it again. There is much more involvement than in the first edition. It's great to actually get to run your business. It's much more than just clicking customers. You actually make decisions with you business. The storyline is actually involving. The first time I played it, I wanted to find out who and why. Fans of TM games will love this. I like the Dash games but I really hope there is a new edition of this one on the way.
 | Added on: August 6, 2010
I liked this second instalment of Fix-It-Up, it was as much fun as the first. I found the simpler graphics of the first version a little easier on the eyes, tho' the game play in this one is better. This is one of the most fun TM games I've played, there are lots of interesting things going on - from various repairs & modifications to cars, selling & buying, recycling the 'bombs', it's really quite engaging! Good G-rated fun for older children too.
 | Added on: February 22, 2010
This is one of the only TM games I will play because I enjoy not only all the challenges of the game, but that all of the decisions are up to me. I think this is an awesome way to teach yourself, and your children how to run a business. The decisions you make as you are playing the game effect the results of not only your point total, but what your profit margin is within the game. And for replay value, it can be different every time you replay the game . For instance, it is up to you to decide whether or not to buy a car at the price being offered; it is up to you to decide whether to sell a car for immediate cash needs, or to keep it on the lot so it can collect rent for a steady income. You decide if you want to fix the car and sell "as is," or if you want to give it a fancy paint job to raise the price. And on this version of the game (at least as far as I got in the free hour) you get to choose if you want to modify the car for even more of a profit when it sells. Of course, these are just a few of the decisions you need to make, that make it such a fun and great TM game. I was first addicted to "Kate" when I played the first Fix'em Up Kate game. This game is just an upgraded version of the last game, with a few new characters added and new locatons. It has new and different buildings in this game that you can add on to your "dealership" in order to have even better products to offer to your customers. And, of course, for a higher profit to raise your cash total. In this Fix em' Up Kate game you still move to new locations throughout the game so you get a different "look" to each dealership, along with new choices for what you can add to the dealership to make it more profitable. You get to start from the ground up at each new dealership, so you can once again, have the challenge of building it up from nothing to a profitable business. In this new version you can modify the cars you buy and fix by building a "Mod" building. It modifies cars by giving them more of a 50's or 60's era Dragster car paint job. After the cars are modified, you can see that they are also a bit more "muscled up" looking. (This coming from a woman that doesn't know the "offical" words for how you fix up a muscle car.) Men should enjoy this game, as well as anyone that enjoys a fast-paced game that requires a bit more thought, and envolves cars. Or someone that enjoys making business decisions, or building a business. It can be a frusterating game if you don't like having to keep an eye on everything at once. You have to make sure your not running out of part or employees, while trying to continue buying, selling, painting and fixing cars. If you do run out of parts or if you need more employees, you lose time because everything stops until you click on what you need and wait for it to be delivered (load) before you can continue buying/fixing/painting or selling cars. This can be a detriment because you can lose a good deal on a cheap car, or you might not be able to sell a car fast enough to get the money to buy another car you want. If you don't sell cars fast enough you can also run out of money, and you need to buy cars to make more money. So, I can see how it mght be frusterating to some people that might not have the greatest Time Management skills or Organizational skills. But what better way to learn? To me that is part of the fun and challenge of the game. You also get an opportunity to earn coins that can be used to purchase additional "perks" for Kate's house. For instance, you can buy landscaping or fancy fencing for one coin, a new pool in the backyard for 2 coins, or some cottages on the property for 3 coins, etc.. That was a bit fun, seeing what else can be added to the home, but it was hard to earn the coins (I'm still not quite sure how they are earned. I think it has something to do with how well you score. As I only played the free hour I went through some of the explanations quickly.) This game is a great value because no matter how many times you play the game through to the end you can still go back and play it again, making different decisions. This would be a great game for an older child, say around 9, 10 or 11, depending on your childs determination and abilities. But it could also be a great learning tool to teach children the skills of Time Management, Organization and Business, in a really FUN way! If you don't like games that have a lot of interruptions for character "chatter," then you might think that it is a little irritating in this game. But, overall, it keeps a story line going so the game doesn't get to monotonous. Overall, I feel this is a great TM game and worth your time to at least give it a try.
 | Added on: February 22, 2010
LOVED the first one, and loved this one too.. unfortunately i found it to be too short, i was able to finish the game and all the challenges in one night. hope there are more fix it adventures to come.
 | Added on: August 17, 2010
Too much dialog to read before and during the game. Playing a game is one thing but this is like reading a book.
 | Added on: July 29, 2011
This game kept me glued for hours. It has an interesting story line, and fixing and improving cars is an unusual and interesting theme for a game.
 | Added on: August 16, 2010
Had a great time playing this game and look forward to more time with it in the future! Each level added a new element and a new challenge!
 | Added on: February 22, 2010
I loved the first Fix-It-Up, it was so much fun. I loved playing this one, too. I like games I have to think and is challenging. And it's addictive, too.
 | Added on: January 29, 2013
I have had this game for a while now. The first time I played it I had some trouble understanding what to do but now I love it. This is a great game! It is definitely very addictive. I find myself constantly restarting a level so that I can get gold and be able to play the special levels. The one complaint I have about it is that, unlike other games I have played, this game does not have a screen that shows you how to play the game. Even though there is picture of a girl in the upper right of the screen that is suppose to offer help, it really is not much help at all. Other than that, it is a great game.
 | Added on: March 9, 2010
This game took a great unique approach to time management. You are allowed a lot of freedom in the game; I found myself coming up with a "business plan" at the beginning of each level. Nice graphics; I also enjoyed collecting coins to improve the virtual mansion, (a very small, but fun addition). There were lots of optional levels that improved the value. I found some of the dialogue a bit funky; there was definitely a translation issue, but it wasn't usually annoying. Nice one!
 | Added on: July 25, 2011
I tried to play this game for the first time. It was fun and challenging until I got to Brazil and the game started to be jerking. Made me think that the graphic card or something on my computer is wrong. The attempted on my other computer and same result. Ah!
 | Added on: March 30, 2012
Seemed like pick up, fix, drop off. Rinse, and repeat.
 | Added on: February 16, 2010
Loved the first Fix-It-Up and this one is even more fun!!! Played the same way as the first just continuing the story line. The storyline adds alot to the fun of the game. You want to see what happens next. I'm playing it over to try to better my score!! Fun!!
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