Rachel's Retreat
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
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  • Uninstall instructions
 
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Rachel's Retreat 

Get the good karma flowing in Rachel's Retreat Deluxe, a wonderfully entertaining endeavor to help clients reach nirvana. Rachel is constantly seeking that miraculous state where her body and mind are eternally happy, relaxed and at peace. After countless failed spa experiences however, she's about to give up until a friend finally convinces her to start her very own retreat.

  • find the state of eternal happiness in this delightful time management challenge
  • pamper customers with an unimaginable array of beauty, energy and relaxation stations
  • use mud baths, hot stones and luxurious upgrades in 50 challenging levels
  • build out your dream retreat with all the karma points earned
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Reviews of Rachel's Retreat
 | Added on: September 9, 2010
 
This spa game is so much like all the Sally Spa ones. There were some cute graphics, like a privacy screen and the clients removing their shirt behind the screen. That was a nice touch. I also liked the fact that you could change a clients mind as to the chosen activity, The nirvana mini game was repetitive and boring. I played for about an hour & felt it was not really something exciting enough to hold my interest.
 | Added on: July 28, 2012
 
I played this game with my old laptop and you don't have a version for MAC, please I want to plait again.
 | Added on: September 7, 2010
 
This game was nice. The graphics were beautiful and the music was relaxing. It is different but it is still the same exact thing as Sally's Spa and every other Spa game there is, so it really wasn't that impressive. It was still fun though, but nothing different.
 | Added on: September 16, 2010
 
I love the graphics, the building and the having to keep good timing in mind all the time. Storyline is simple but interesting and funny. I really like this game, it's been a long time since one so good as this came along. I recommend it to anyone and everyone!!!
 | Added on: September 13, 2010
 
First of all I must say that the Graphics are really good better than other Time management games. I did enjoy the game and still am however at the moment I'm a bit stuck and cant get enough karma on level 28. Can somebody help as I seem that I cant get passed this one. The good thing is that you can change the customers minds but the lava lamp always does need to charge and i find its not fast enough.
 | Added on: September 13, 2010
 
Rachel's is pretty fun and it's a unique theme. I came back to give this an upgraded review as I have played several hours of it now - it is quite addicting! You get a good number of attractions to add to your spa - and each is upgradable, some to accommodate up to 3 people at a time, others to have a better impact on the people that use it. You have to watch as your people can be sometimes injured (haven't had it happen yet!) or fall asleep while getting a treatment such as massage. If you hook up certain men and women on the same treatments, you will get a bonus. The whole time you are playing, you are also collecting pink crystals, which translate to immediate money and give you more points. The game is fast paced and you have to choose where you send people carefully (they will come with either a specific piece of equipment in mind or a general type (triangle is relaxation devices, for example). It is possible to finish the level customer-wise by sending enough people into zen. However, if you have not earned enough karma points, you will need to repeat the level. Karma points are scored by certain actions such as matching men & women or having max number of people on a piece of equipment at a time (the ones that hold 2 or 3). This really is a great game and hard to walk away from once you start playing.
 | Added on: November 29, 2010
 
I'm a huge fan of time management games and have many games by several developers but this game has far and away the best graphics from any time management game I've ever seen. The retreats are beautiful, the levels are definitely challenging, the challenges are constantly changing, and there is a large amount of upgrades available for each retreat. My only complaint is the levels are so challenging as you advance through the retreats that you're too busy to enjoy the scenery. ;-)
 | Added on: September 17, 2010
 
This one is fun, and because the theme is getting everyone to Nervana somehow is more relaxing than some of them. Fun game!
 | Added on: September 3, 2010
 
love TM games. this one is good. i love the music-very spa-like. the specifics of the graphics make this game better than some-when the curtains come up to shield the customers while undressing, u actually see them take their shirt off, and then put it back on when finished. the upgrades really did help. i liked that u could see Rachel putting the rocks on the customers' backs. being able to change the customers' mind when too many requested the same station was very helpful. this game did get fast paced, but not so chaotic i wanted to quit. so-the graphics are good, the game itself challenging, interesting to see your spa improve-amazing at the stuff that can fit in that small space. all in all a great game.
 | Added on: September 10, 2011
 
Every level seemed jam packed full of tasks to keep you entertained, whether it was serving a customer, hiring staff, clicking on crystals or choosing from the seemingly never ending supply of upgrades. I really enjoyed the upgrading side of this game and all the different choices of spa facilities, it really keeps you hooked. I also thought the little 'Nirvana Room' puzzle at the end of each round was a nice touch. My only criticism would be that the characters were sometimes difficult to click on which made, what is already a challenging game, even harder.
 | Added on: September 20, 2010
 
This game has tons of elements to keep your interest. Aside from the norm of keeping the customer happy, you get to build and improve the spa as well as change a person's mind. The graphics are great and getting the customers to Nirvana at times is quite a challenge. I actually made it through 20 rounds before I had to start repeating them. They provide enough trophies so even if you don't get the gold crowns all of the time, you still get to feel good about your results.
 | Added on: September 10, 2010
 
I enjoyed this game quite a bit. I replayed to get all of the trophies. It is a lot like the Sally games. I loved the spa music and the fact that you can change the customer's mind if the station is full. The mini game was pretty boring, but at least you could skip it if you didn't feel like bothering with it. Overall, it is a good TM management game with just enough strategy to keep it interesting.
 | Added on: September 7, 2010
 
I wouldn't consider this one of my best game plays but a pretty good game. I did really enjoy the music as I also found it to be very "spa-like" and the upgrades you could do. Starts out pretty easy but then picks up but actually one I could keep up with as it didn't get to be too much "madness." I also liked that fact that you could change the customer's mood if you see that most of the customers are wanting to go to the same stations example: Yoga. Overall I give this 4 stars. An enjoyable game. Thank you GameHouse. : )
 | Added on: July 11, 2011
 
I loved Sally's Spa so I was hoping it would be somewhat like that. I was wrong, it is definitly a game that makes you think, and it gets quite challenging. I wouldn't buy it, but it was definitly a fun hour long game.
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