Homescapes Hack is the follow-up to Playrix’s fantastic match-3 simulation, Gardenscapes: New Acres. Followers of Gardenscapes’ combination of garden-building and puzzle-solving will find a lot of familiar gameplay to love in Homescapes, while newcomers to the series will have a fairly easy entry point thanks to Austin’s friendly charm and fresh start away from the sprawling garden.

Homescapes Hack commences with lifelong butler Austin deciding to use an overdue getaway and visit his parents at his childhood home. When he occurs he sees that not only is the real estate in disarray, but his parents are planning to sell it and move anywhere else. Struck by nostalgia and a love for mending things, Austin immediately commences repairing the home, exchanging the furniture, and striving to convince his parents not to sell and that he can help them love their house again.

Just like Gardenscapes, Homescapes Cheats is split into two distinct portions: the home renovation progresses the storyline, introduces new character types on the way, and provides concrete goals for you and Austin to work at. Completing these goals is technically optional, but picking out new wallpaper and furniture to decorate the home in your selected style is fun and rewarding. The house is merely as beautiful and richly detailed as the lands in Gardenscapes, with even more variety in colors and types of objects to place. Witnessing Austin connect to his parents and child years friends makes him even more endearing than he already was, and he has a great deal of little activities and dialogues to watch in between occasions.

The other section in Homescapes is, of course, the puzzle gameplay. When you’re not fixing up the house or viewing Austin go about his day, you can play the existing match-3 level. Completing a level will help you to move to the next one and can award a superstar and a little amount of cash. Stars will be the money used to complete duties: for instance, replacing the carpet will definitely cost a star or restoring the stairway may cost two stars. Cash enable you to buy different furniture if you want to change all of your previous remodeling options, as well as purchase power-ups for use in the match-3 levels.

These levels will be the primary area where Homescapes differs from its predecessor. While the goals and format are extremely similar–collect a certain amount of tiles, remove all obstructions from the plank, etc.–Homescapes includes a different set of power-ups plus some new tile types. Matching four tiles in a row or column now creates a more powerful rocket that crosses the complete board rather than the smaller version found in Gardenscapes. Tiles can be matched in squares as well, which creates a paper airplane power-up that flies to a arbitrary, goal-related tile and removes it. The Rainbow Blast–earned by setting off enough explosions in Gardenscapes–has been removed, but complementing five tiles in a row in Homescapes will create a Rainbow Ball. This booster will clear all tiles of the colour it is matched with, but it can also be swapped with other power-ups to be able to spread dozens of them all above the board.