Supermarket Management 2 was a little slow at the start, but as I played along, and added upgrades, the game became more and more fun. Kate keeps having these dreams and visions about the supermarket she works at. All kinds of disasters keep happening, and she tells her granny about it one day while they are doing yoga down at the beach. Granny says its time to get out of that store and run her own market. Kate takes the advice to heart and does just that. So on the first day, she is doing everything herself, stocking, keeping carts handy, and cashiering. It’s just too much for one person, even in a small grocery store. As we play along with Kate, we earn rewards that make the job easier. We hire new people, get shelves with more storage capacity, add new counters, and oh yes, many more shopping carts. Out customers are fun and varied, like the little old lady whom gets lost, the flirty biker dude, the upbeat fun girl, the seafood loving tourist, and the harried businessman, to name a few. Most of the time can run run the shift without a hitch, but you can’t win them all, and even in the world of gaming supermarkets, some things might cause conflict, such as running out of items, or not be quick enough with a customer on the run. Still, you can have some great fun with Supermarket Management 2. Now I’m off to test Supermarket Management.