Big Fish's "Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin'" Now Free to Play on

One of the Big Fish's Most Popular Game Series, "American Road Trip", Now Available to Download and Play for Free

Sep 26, 2013, 13:08 ET from Big Fish

SEATTLE, Sept. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ever wanted to be a real antique collector? Now you can!  Big Fish announced today a new game in its popular "Antique Road Trip" series. "Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin'" is free to download and play.  Like the other games in the franchise, you play as a new antique shopkeeper, who with the assistance of James and Grace Anderson, transform a rundown antique shop into a quality old world shopping experience.  This is your shop, your story and your antique collection.

"Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin'" starts with a shop in disrepair that you need to fix up, furnish and supply with antiques to sell.  You do this by traveling around the country talking to other antique dealers who need your help solving puzzles, such as hidden object scenes, "find the difference" scenes, matching games and puzzles.  Each successful puzzle solved earns you money that you can then spend to upgrade your antique store with better furniture, rugs, lamps, doors, etc...  The more you update your shop, the more antiques you have to sell, making your store an antique destination.

Fans of the other "Antique Road Trip" games will appreciate the familiar gameplay, but "American Dreamin'" does offer some unique new twists.  In this game, you can hunt for deals and antique steals with other real live players like yourself.  Also, not only do you get to restore your antique store, but also help restore other old buildings and spruce up the town of Beechwood Cove, where this game is set. 

Other key game features include:

  • Build the antique shop of your dreams
  • Find rare items to complete your collection
  • Global real-time auction house

Try your hand at owning your own antique shop.  After all, it is risk-free.  "Antique Road Trip: American Dreamin" is free to download and play at

Susan Lusty
VP of Big Fish Corporate Communications