Help Emma restore her grandparents' old house back to its former glory! Make money from garage sales to buy furniture and new fixtures for their old house! This extraordinary Hidden Object game is significantly better than the average ones you've been playing all this time! Hidden Object: Home Makeover is a Hidden Object, decoration and Match 3 game with unlimited levels and gameplay time, all in one package!
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It's nearly a knockoff of it, with a few exceptions. There's no objects in inventory or flip flopping between rooms, just pure Orchidia HO's with the occasional mini game thrown in every few Makever. However, this game has reasonable time limits and Minds Eye: Secrets of the Forgotten consequences of not meeting the set time are minor. It has flaws, though, and they're consistent. The kids would enjoy it. Well, it's time for a fair review. Objject: published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Hidden Object Delight This is purely a seek and find hidden Object game where you are tasked with finding objects that customers want. But moving back and forth between the Sparkle 2 and the scene also takes time. Not sure where they're coming from, because I checked the actual graphic packs. Gardenscapes has not. Later in the game, the pictures of the objects changed to the names of the objects and the list got Hidden Object: Home Makeover. You can press and hold the ctrl key to zoom into the Hidden Object: Home Makeover and use the mouse to click and drag the scene, The Mysterious Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde the items are fairly large and recognizable so you probably won't need to use that feature. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mehebert from Hidden Object Home Makeover I really love this game and games like it. That allows the next customer to come in to show another object that must be found.
A couple of them are finding all the coins and origami circles hidden in the scenes. The first is a straight forward list of items that must be found. Each scene has a few gold coins to collect and a hidden Origami symbol to find and there are Achievements to earn as well. It seems after you reach your goals and finish the 2 areas, you're pretty much done. Suggestion would be dinning room, bedroom, kitchen, etc, and not just the front porch and living room. Good graphics, really liked the music and you get extra coins in the scenes and can zoom in to have a better look. Words, Pictures, Shadows, Scrambled Words. Once you've figured that out the game is so much fun. There's no objects in inventory or flip flopping between rooms, just pure simple HO's with the occasional mini game thrown in every few levels. In this case, each item is timed, not the whole list. After every scene you get a tip and some are just golden ones! Not sure this strategy saved a lot of time, but at least it kept my head from swimming with all the back and forth. They're almost identical in texture and noise. Really made it interesting. It IS a lot like Gardenscapes and that's the reason I liked it.
Really keeps you on your toes and the "repetition" really wasn't a factor. This is purely a HOG, there is no adventure, no inventory items to collect and use, no complicated puzzles to solve. I only wish they would give more than 3 choices in the furnishing categories but it's a minor point. The difference is Bejeweled always works. This one has more features than Gardenscapes, and that's great. The money you earn is used to decorate the room with new flooring, wallpaper, windows, curtains, furniture and various decorations, each category gives you three different selections in Sallys Salon: Kiss & Make-Up Collectors Edition different price ranges. After every scene you get a tip and some are just golden ones! If you don't find that customer's item, then the next Makeiver comes in.
After every scene you get a tip and some are just golden ones! Now I'm decorating the porch. Rated 5 out of 5 by iou from Relaxing Game These are my favorite type of games. Therefore, you have customers with which to interact. It has flaws, though, and they're consistent. I've played pretty good knockoff games. The hardest part about this game is trying to figure out how to exit out of it. I played the first part of the game, where the purpose was to decorate the living room of the house, and was a little disappointed when I thought this was the end of the game. I only wish they would give more than 3 choices in the furnishing categories but it's a minor point. Each scene has a few gold coins to collect and a hidden Origami symbol to find and there are Achievements to earn as well. But neither were hard and all in all this is a simple, easy going game which is perfect if you just want to relax and not have to think. During the time I played, even within one HOS, the way the objects are listed changed within the scene. Date published: That allows the next customer to come in to show another object that must be found. I saw a few reviews of complaints about how bad the graphics are.
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It seemed that some of the reviewers just didn't like the fact that this is almost an exact duplicate of Gardenscapes, so everything about it must be bad. Hints are available, but take some time to recharge. So if you don't collect the money and allow another customer to come in, you lose time. When I finished the living room, I had not attained all the achievements, but I was allowed to continue to play the scenes to complete them. I've just upgraded everything to 5 stars. And while I'm at it, a couple of reviews also complained about some of the words used to name some of the items.. I saw a few reviews of complaints about how bad the graphics are. I love pure HOG games, even if they get a little repetitious. And there is a set of "collectibles" to find, one in each scene. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mehebert from Hidden Object Home Makeover I really love this game and games like it. As you solve the hidden object puzzles you earn money that you can use to furnish a house. To help add to your money, there are several coins hidden in each scene for you to collect. After every scene you get a tip and some are just golden ones! I did enjoy the match-3 minigame, but since it's completely random, it's very difficult to collect all the stamps necessary to complete the level, because it's turn-based and not timed. After every seek and find game you will get to read a helpful household hint such as: Rubbing butter on the cut edge of cheese will seal and prevent the cheese from molding!
I found it very addicting but it became boring and seemed like I was playing for nothing. And be prepared because no one spent any real time with the whole English language thing here, either Who knows. First off, the graphics aren't really that much different. It was fun while I was able to decorate the place but I quickly found out that the only ones to decorate are the porch and living room. Once you've figured that out the game is so much fun. I'm not sure what could be added to this game to make it a CE, because there are also achievements to be earned. They have spiced it up just a tad where sometimes you are given just a silhouette of the object to find or sometimes a word you need to unscramble to find your item. You end up playing the same scenes over and over again. We can take our time playing the game. The goal is to sell unwanted items around the house in order to make money to renovate the house in demo you work on a guest bedroom just like Gardenscapes. So I give it 3 stars, not because it's a knockoff game. I love pure HOG games, even if they get a little repetitious. Now I'm decorating the porch.