Rare Treasures: Dinnerware Trading Co
Average Rating 20 player reviews ( 3.1 out of 5.0 )
Build a dinnerware empire!
When you inherit the Cavendish heirloom china company, it’s in desperate need of some work! Use your creative eye to design new china patterns that will restore the reputation of the once grand company!
From classic to contemporary, scour the globe for the best patterns and ingredients. Find buyers in different cities to help you grow your business, and compare prices with your suppliers to get the best deals. Take your company from humble heirloom china company to rare treasure empire!
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The main issue with this game is that things are not explained properly in the tutorial. For example when trying to set up the kiln for the first time the guy says to click to move the materials but that does nothing (I spent some time working this out) because apparently I had to click "next" rather than do what he asked. He didn't tell me at all about the mini games for glazing or shape so I also spent some time wondering how to get a 2 star plate. In fact he explained so very little of what needed doing I'm kind of amazed most people got far enough in to play it properly. If you can get past that then the game is okay, not brilliant but if it's on sale then not bad for a rainy afternoon? maybe? It irritates me to have to spend so much time second-guessing things to work out how to play the game, the whole point of having tutorials is to show you how to play. See more See less
Strange to make a game all about dinnerware, but fun. Chocolate seemed an obvious choice but I didn't think china would work, shows what I know! Very pretty patterns, keeps you working and teaches you a lot. See more See less
Loved it! Interesting, challenging, good story and alot of fun. Plus it takes a good long time to finish the game. Definately would reccommend. Hope they put out another like this soon, See more See less
I'm a huge fan of the Chocolatier games. Winemaker Extrodianre was okay, though I felt it lacked a real challenge. For me, this game was incredibly tedious. I felt there was no real challenge in the game and I lacked a desire to even complete it. See more See less