I’ve been a player for quite some time.
Additionally, I have taken breaks of up to six months at a time.
I like the challenge of remodeling and I like doing it.
However, it is quite annoying when Home and Gardenscapes don’t sync up while you play both games.
There’s just so much to do and never enough time, and that’s my biggest pet peeve about the renovations.
Moreover, there are a number of secondary difficulties that overlap with one another.
I have been enjoying this game for over two years.
It does grow more challenging as you progress in levels, but that’s how it’s meant to be. I’m getting close to level 2000 now, and I have to take a break from playing for a couple of days before I can try to beat the hard level, but it’s well worth it.
For the past two weeks, every time I finish a level or a renovation, it freezes again, forcing me to start anew.
Other than that, it’s a fantastic and difficult game!
I’ve been playing this game for a while and I just adore it.
Now I’m in the year 1994.
There is always something going on, some competition to enter, etc.
The difficulty of the game has always been a problem, but now it seems that the harder levels are appearing more frequently than before.
My progress so far: I just finished a level I couldn’t complete, played four more (I could be off, I didn’t keep track), and am now back where I started.
Even if there weren’t very many, I’ve now returned to a challenging level.
The Purple levels are far more challenging than the Red ones.
The lack of moves in the game’s harder and super-hard tasks is the game’s biggest drawback for me, but I enjoy playing Homescapes and getting to choose the sorts of remodeling materials.
I’m frustrated because I earned three hours of free play, but I spent all that time stuck on a very difficult level and never managed to go past it.
…and if we don’t get the gold at the end of the level, why can’t we keep the coins we got?
Access to boosters for sale would be useful.
After playing Gardenscapes and Township, I can confidently say that this is one of the greatest puzzle games I’ve ever played.
Two years have passed since I last engaged in this activity.
After playing a few levels, the game froze for a few seconds after I recently redownloaded it.
Even after closing and reopening the app, the problem persists.
There is an issue with freezing that occurs right at the beginning of the game and persists after each level is completed.
However, I can play other games on my phone with no issues.
We certainly hope this can be resolved.
If you’re good at this kind of game, you’ll probably love it.
It’s not easy, but it’s not easy to do either.
Numerous playable events, incentives, and cosmetic items keep players engaged and invested.
Fantastic view and decorations, but just three types of furniture and few other interior design options.
Laugh out loud amusing and packed with action.
You’ll feel a strong connection to the plot and the people in it.
But keep in mind that the star cost for each action is rather high.
Have faith it will be useful.
This game has my undying adoration.
There are already more than a thousand levels in the game.
Intriguingly, it’s also a lot of fun.
Features a compelling plot that evolves as you complete levels.
It’s also awesome that if you’re simply in the mood to play the puzzles, you can just complete a number of levels and rack up points to advance in the game.
Not a fan of the “makeover” or “knights race” events, if you must know, makers.
Since I’ve been keeping up with the game’s development, I’m certain that you guys will figure it out.
The gameplay is engrossing, the visuals are top-notch, and the characters are memorable in their own ways.
This is a very unique gaming experience.
In spite of widespread belief to the contrary, this game does not require any form of payment to progress.
The pass, along with its companion bonuses (return and kite), side quests, and contests, ensures a consistent rate of advancement.
It’s incredible that there are no boring commercials in the game.
The misleading marketing of homescapes is not helping the situation, either.
In general, the game is fantastic.
The races they force you to “join” are boring.
It’s quite unlikely that I’ll be able to win 15 rounds in a single session, eliminating any chance I have at the race reward, so if I have a 5-minute boost, I may waste 10-percent of it waiting to go through a start-up I don’t want.
The only purpose of this is to kill time.
In addition, it annoys me when a level is unbeatable during a team challenge yet easy to beat afterwards.
You might as well enter competitions with dice that have been loaded against you.
The game’s marketing is at odds with its actual gameplay.
Simply put, it’s a matching game in which you earn currency to spend on upgrades for your house and, optionally, adorable pets.
All the characters are likable, and their personalities grow with time.
Adversarial situations are atypical side quests, not integrated into the main plot.
I find that I enjoy it despite this.
The optional extra buys are really worth it.