Renovate Old Houses & Buildings
If renovating old rundown homes and breathing new life into such spaces has always been your fantasy, you can now live it out with the mobile edition of the PC and console hit sensation game, House Flipper. In this simulation RPG, you take on the role of a solo home-makeover expert.
Clients come to you with renovation orders for their apartments, offices, and other dwellings that need some TLC (tender loving care). As an interior designer, you answer the call and work your magic. Once you finish renovation works, you get paid. You can then use those earnings to buy neglected properties, renovate them, and flip them for profit.
House Flipper is quite simple to play. You can also experience it on PC with all the new mobile features by installing the game using an emulator, as described in this post.
Perform Different Renovation Tasks
When it comes to the tasks that you will be performing in House Flipper, there is plenty to keep you busy. Collecting trash, removing stains with a mop, and even wiping windows are some of the cleaning tasks that will amaze you with their transformative power.
Your interior decor skills will come into play as well. Some walls will require a fresh coat of paint. Other times, you have to rearrange the existing furniture, align crooked paintings properly on the wall, and put things in their proper places.
If some rooms feel a bit empty, you will have the option to add home appliances and furnishings. There are over 500 lovely interior decor items to unlock and make part of your collection.
Also, be prepared to bring out the handyman in you. From plastering damaged drywall to replacing floor tiles and defective electrical fittings, the game will have you tend to technical installations as well.
With more progress, you will unlock tools to help you with various tasks. For instance, a pair of hardened smurf leather gloves will sure come in handy rather than doing cleaning chores with your bare hands.
Realistic 3D Visuals
When it comes to the graphics, the mobile version of House Flipper does not disappoint. The 3D rendering is realistic, and you get to enjoy smooth animations in 60FPS.
With the ability to move around a room, you get to take part in the action from a first-person perspective. You can rotate the view and get a 360-degree angle of any interior space. As you walk from one room to another, the challenge is to leave behind a trail of perfection.
Tips & Tricks for Playing House Flipper on PC
• Work on Your Task List
The task list is at the bottom of your screen. It lists what you need to get done for the next quest to unlock.
It is essential to finish the chores in your task list first before you do anything else because this will unlock the flip coin reward for that job and also help you to level up.
• Scan Rooms Thoroughly
When you walk into a room with a task that needs your attention, the corresponding objects glow in orange. However, sometimes rooms can be so messy that you can easily miss things if you are not keen. Therefore, always take your time to scan rooms thoroughly. Rotate your view and investigate every corner to spot all the little places that need cleaning up and renovation.
• Upgrade Tools
Once you collect enough skins of a particular tool, you can upgrade it. A notification will also pop up when a work item is ready for improvement, so make sure to look out for that.
Keep in mind that upgrading also costs a few coins. Be it a mop, paint roller, or plaster trowel, the tool that you upgrade will be able to complete its intended tasks faster.
• Choose Your Reward Collection Method Wisely
When you take up a renovation job, there is always the payout that a client is willing to pay upon completion. However, there are several ways to collect it.
For starters, the regular transfer is free and will release your cash after four hours. That may seem like a long time, but you can take a break from the game or work on other renovation projects in the meantime.
On the other hand, you can opt for the instant and express (with 15-minute wait time) transfers. Both of these options cost some amount of flip coins and cash, unlike the free regular transfer. The upside is that you do get a 50 or 20 percent increase in your payout reward.
Although the paid transfers are faster, take your time to calculate whether they are worth it. For instance, if the cost for express or instant transfer means you will end up losing money or making zero returns and part ways with some flip coins, then it makes more sense to settle for the longer regular transfer that guarantees you your full reward.