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worldtraveler05 - 2019-12-13 16:18:30
I want to love it....
Truthfully, I’ve spent WAY too much time on this game recently. I want to love it. I love the idea of it. I don’t really even mind the matching type games to win money and such, but there are quite a few flaws that make this to the point where I can see myself deleting it soon. Pros -Rooms actually look pretty cool when finished. -Weekend challenges make it easier to win coins to finish rooms -The matching type games are kinda fun and can be challenging -Somewhat realistic to the show in that they only really do three areas and the designs are pretty much on point with what I think Jonathan would do -You can win unlimited lives for an hour or more Note: if you strategize with how/when you play, you can use weekend challenges and such to your advantage so that you can win the unlimited hours and such Cons -There is no way to win diamonds, which would provide extra moves in a game without purchasing with money -The lives take 30 minutes to refill, which seems excessive -Things do cost a LOT after the first few levels, and it can cost upwards of $100k I’m guessing to just do one room -Yay, you won an unlimited hour (OR THREE). Cool. But who has time to play for THREE HOURS STRAIGHT?! (Or even four if you win a special prize plus a free hour at the end of a level) Or if you do, who should? No one should be playing this game that long in one sitting. There’s no way to stop the clock really, so you either “use it to lose it.” (I have found that if you want to wait on the one hour you win when finishing a room, just don’t buy the last item until you’re able to play for the hour. Also another trick, when you’re in a room you can push the arrows at the middle right and it’ll show you the progress % so you know if you’re getting close to done or not) I’d suggest a start/stop but that may defeat the purpose of the unlimited hour (or hours)... I’m not sure. But maybe a “do you want to start your bonus hour now” option, and if you say yes then you gotta play, but you have the option of delaying that until you’re on lunch or home, etc I’ve gotten to the point where I almost don’t care to play anymore because I’ve felt like I can’t waste my bonus hour or more, and so I’m playing way too much. I have other things I need to do in life besides play this property brothers game. HA Sometimes I really hate all the choices they give me in a room, but that’s a personal opinion problem I suppose. I really want to love this game and say it’s my new thing that’ll last awhile, but I have a feeling I’ll get caught up to the clients available and then either delete or get bored and forget this exists. The latter is most likely. So I’m saying a 2.5/5 is fair since this game is 95% playing the puzzle game so that you can spend 5% designing a room.
Pigslayer Sam - 2019-12-13 16:08:44
I love the show. The ads I saw were misleading as they only showed designing, which is what you spend the least time doing in the app. It’s a grind. It’s a virtual copy of Lily’s Garden with no imagination put in. The puzzle mini game is formulaic and not original in any way. Earning money is a boring grind which gets way too hard too quickly. This is not worthy of the Property Brother’s. Make the building and designing more of the app. Give players a budget and a project and let them compete to create the best house with public voting. Throw obstacles at them like what happens in the show and in real life. Give people an understanding of the trade-offs in renovations. When you read the 4 star and 5 star reviews you see that most of them have the same complaints too.
15KC15 - 2019-12-11 22:01:35
Starts off great
First thoughts: Finally, a designing game that isn’t another stupid match 3 game. Yes, you still have to play a dumb puzzle (why can’t someone just make a designing game that is just about designing?), but at least it’s different. Wait, everything isn’t crazy expensive and the stupid puzzles aren’t impossible? So I can play a level and then design something? This is great! 5 stars! Oh, wait. By the time you get to the second room, everything changes. The levels all of a sudden become much harder and everything costs three times as much. So basically it becomes a game of playing three levels, so of which you have to play multiple times just to be be able to design on thing. Lame. 5 stars for the first room, then 2 stars for the second and third. Why ruin a good game?
Drew and Jonathan Scott, famously known as the Property Brothers, need you to help clients achieve their home design dreams! With the brothers at your side, you’ll demo, renovate, customize, and design spaces with the same charm and style the twins have become known for. Play along to go behind the scenes with the brothers, learn their design tips and tricks, and discover fun facts about TV’s favorite design duo. Relaxing, fun puzzles let you earn coins to spend on décor. Exclusive voice-overs from the twins will give you all the encouragement you need to become a design star yourself! Features - Transform shabby spaces into beautiful places with bold accents, pops of color, and stylish fixtures and finishes. - Discover all you’ve ever wanted to know about the twins with everything from tried-and-true design tips, funny childhood stories, and good, old-fashioned brother vs. brother antics. - Renovate a variety of fixer uppers that need your design eye: kitchens, bathrooms, exteriors—and yes, you can add that open floor plan! - Re-create your favorite Property Brothers moments! - Relax with some of the best puzzle gameplay that features hundreds of levels and a variety of game modes. - Design and play on the run with offline mode.