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Mobile games are a strange animal. Unlike console games, where it’s easy to form a solid opinion upon completion, much of your opinion is formed in-between plays. More specifically, it's based on how long you can go before playing again. In that area, Happy Street is a massive success. Minor issues aside, it's everything I could hope for in a mobile sim and, cliche though it may sound, I'm having trouble focusing on this review because I'd rather be playing it. My life is hard.
In Happy Street, you’re in charge of building and maintaining a -- believe it or not -- street. You begin by building a home for yourself, but the arrival of new villagers forces you to begin constructing homes and businesses for them to enjoy.
The more you build and the better you take care of things, the faster your street will grow. It’s a lot to manage, but the game does a good job of delivering it all in a very digestible way.