In Daycare Nightmare Mini-Monsters you control Molly, a kind-hearted girl who cares for the sons and daughters of the monsters in the neighborhood. The monster families trust her, but they’re the targets of humans under the agents from Bureau of Out of Ordinary Operation (B.O.O.O.).
Monsters now have the ability to wear human disguises to help them blend better with the human occupied suburbs. All babies require their needs to be satisfied: diaper change, food, nap and play time, so Molly has to juggle all tasks one baby at a time. Each baby has a skill that could make work harder for Molly if she doesn’t take care of their needs fast enough. Molly has to prioritize which baby she’ll help first based on the ones that cause the most harm.
You can chain the baby pick-ups at the end of the day, but that’s all I’ve noticed adding x2 or x4 bonuses. However, the clicking does not really make any difference to the queued tasks as Molly still doing what she is doing.
I haven’t managed to play the first game for Daycare. However, as a first time gamer for the series, I found this game is still OK and fun to play with especially those that are looking for casual games.