House Flipper Review and Tips

This House Flipper review won’t tell more about how to become a house flipper in real life. But maybe the game itself will touch the right nerve to get you up and flipping.

What House Flipper is About

House flippers are people who specialize in buying devastated houses, renovating and reselling them. This is what your character does in this game with extendable set of tools.

Being a real-time FP game, it outs you into the middle of the process, as you’re the universal genius. You run your business and you do all the jobs it requires. That kind of game may remind the famous Farming Simulator and its likes. And it shares their popularity: even before the release gamers wondered how to get House Flipper Beta, inspired by previews.

How to Install House Flipper

The easiest way to get the game is buying it on Steam. It’s easily available there, with no parasite results when you enter House Flipper into the search field. If you’re new to Steam, you’ll have to create an account, download its official client, and then purchase the game to make it downloadable from within the client.

There’s no legal answer on how to get House Flipper game for free. But we suppose developers will decide to have some giveaways on Steam or other resources. There are also frequent offers; for example, in December 2018 you still can purchase it with 25% discount.

The mobile version of the game isn’t announced yet (though some parasite ones with the same name are already available on AppStore or Play Market). But as the Empyrean studio is deeply into VR games, we may suddenly encounter House Flipper VR, and it will be quite an organic way to enhance the experience.

Controls and Graphics

This game features first person view in 3D environment. While not as detailed as console shooting games or RPGs, House Flipper looks significantly more 2018 than Minecraft or other retro-styled games, though it obviously tends to the latter. Yet all the items and the environment elements are drawn well enough to tell one from another, and the way they’re done in game reveal that the developers have had enough experience in their life.

The game controls on PC involve both mouse and keyboard, Mouse movements control camera perspective. The left button is used to capture, reposition and release items, and holding SHIFT lets you rotate them. The right button is usually used to select tools, but it depends on context. Say, if you have bought the wrong item in the store, you can return it with the right click.

Since December 2018, the game can be controlled with gamepads as well. Maybe the publisher wants it to hit the console market, though it’s initially a brooding, meditative PC game, with almost no need to hurry.

Maybe the best thing is that the game requires no extra-fresh and powerful hardware. Though it’s recommended to run it under Windows 19 64-bit, with at least Intel Core i5-8400 and 8 GB RAM, in fact a much weaker set has been proved to run it smoothly too.

The Tricks and The Kicks

How to get the most pleasure out of House Flipper? After a bit of playing, we can give you some recommendations on that.

  • If you don’t know how to finish a task, leave it unfinished where you got stuck and press Enter. You will be paid for the part of it you managed through. So don’t waste time.

  • You’re in this game to enjoy it, so try to make everything the most beautiful way and turn your houses to those you’d like to live in if they were real.

  • Don’t be afraid to correct your mistakes if you can’t sell a house you consider nearly perfect. If they don’t stand in line after it, something must be wrong. Acknowledge your mistakes to correct them.

  • Don’t try to be the first to install updates (unless your curiosity leads the way). Some new updates are buggy enough to avoid. So let the bravest try them and share what they feel in comments, and then decide.

Maybe this game will give you some idea of how to become a house flipper with no money in real life. It’s amazing how Empyrean made a great entertainment out of cleaning and repairing. Maybe after an hour or two of playing you’ll try to check out if it’s as much fun in real life; and if suddenly you find that it is, the game finally proves it’s more than just an entertaining piece.