Flip or Flop Home Edition

Poor Granny has gotten herself in trouble again. She forgot to pay her taxes and now the Government has taken beautiful house. Now You have to help your poor Granny and start buying, renovating and selling houses. This is no easy task with over 99 houses to improve and make money selling you will have to match 3 your way thru tons of hours of gameplay to achieve your goal.

Now Playing. The goal is to make matches on the grid by clicking arrows located at the top, bottom, left and right sides of the grid, causing the line of icons to shift one place and match two other like icons, or a matching bomb, in the line Note: the background color of the bomb tells you which icons you can match it with. Hope you enjoyed. I will replay so I can pay more attention to the renovation rather than just rushing to match. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by littleerrol from my 8th big fish review this game would be much more fun, if it was a little more challenging. They don't even give a trophy for any achievements. If you made more of these matches than needed you wasted material and it reflected in your profits. That's the review. The game needed a lot more challenge. Now Playing Christina and Tarek renovate a house with a super-small bathroom. It would of helped in the monotony. Do everything in time and you can trade up—first, from a trailer park with very limited income opportunities to a rural town with slightly better prospects; then, to suburbia, where property is more expensive but where you can make a tidy sum. Maybe to earn money to pay granny's monthly bills, but nope. Now Playing Christina and Tarek buy a house sight unseen that's loaded with junk.

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Regardless even with the timer I managed to finish the Mad Mouse game in one day. Also by flipping houses you had to repair items like the doors, windows, tile ect. It's not as easy as it sounds in Editoin beginning. Also it claims 3 difficulty levels, but you don't get to pick which ones you play, they are mixed in every neighborhood. Instead of the traditional way, you have to slide the whole grid. I liked that and it made it fun and different. Finally, you move on to the land of the filthy Fairy Godmother Stories: Cinderella Collectors Edition, where people have more money than sense. The game needed a lot more challenge. So I loved the fact that it was easy or forgiving enough. There should be more stuff. The goal is to make matches on the grid by clicking arrows Hme at the top, bottom, left and right sides of the grid, causing the line of icons to shift one place and match two other like icons, or a matching bomb, in the line Note: the background color of the bomb tells you which icons you can match it with. Took me a while to figure that out! Maybe on a very good sale. The goal of Flip or Flop Home Edition is to turn your small seed investment capital into a big enough pile of money to save Grandma, who is in trouble with the Feds for Efition paying Flip or Flop Home Edition taxes. Now Playing Christina and Tarek buy a house sight unseen that's loaded with junk.

Very disappointing. If you're faster you can make more money faster and buy Granny's home sooner but if you're slow like me you still can earn money and "flip" the house even if you don't complete it. The game will offer you hints by highlighting which row or column you can click on to make a match. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by myyorkies from It's a Different Kind of Match 3 In this M3 you don't swap, group or chain tiles. Also by flipping houses you had to repair items like the doors, windows, tile ect. I thought the visuals and sound was pretty good. The good things about this game is the match 3 variation on how you make matches. I love granny but dag, should of had to buy her a reasonable priced house and continue to earn money from flipping houses so you could buy furniture and other things. Now Playing Christina and Tarek have a year old house to flip with outdated designs. Didn't notice a storyline so much as I only made it through first level before getting a notice that I was allowed to play in other areas. When you've earned enough money, the game will tell you that you're eligible to move to a better neighborhood where the purchase price of the properties is more in line with your current available funds. If you do, you increase your earnings and are able to move onto another property on that level to renovate. Now Playing Christina and Tarek renovate a house with a super-small bathroom. You can maintain up to three different user profiles, so three different players can all keep track of their progress.

It didn't even EEdition a shuffle unless you were completely out of matches. There should be more stuff. The not so good was after you bought granny the house the game is over. The good things about this game Sparkle 2 the match 3 variation on how you make matches. Now Playing Christina and Tarek have a year old house to flip with outdated designs. Now Playing Christina and Tarek work on a house with '70s style and a narrow kitchen. There is not a lot to do in the game. It is just getting matches in a grid when fixing a house and managing money.


Now Playing Christina and Tarek buy a home with a gutted interior and an ocean view. That's about all there is to this game, but the different kind of matching has it's appeal. So I loved the fact that it was easy or forgiving enough. There are no other objectives but to earn enough money to buy granny a house. When you've earned enough money, the game will tell you that you're eligible to move to a better neighborhood where the purchase price of the properties is more in line with your current available funds. Didn't notice a storyline so much as I only made it through first level before getting a notice that I was allowed to play in other areas. Now Playing Christina and Tarek buy a huge house with an annoying and dated layout. It would of helped in the monotony. There is not a lot to do in the game. I liked the easy to medium grid but hated the hard grid. I was hoping it would have replay value with an endless story line so you could continue to play. I liked that and it made it fun and different. Now Playing Christina and Tarek decide to add a bedroom and bathroom to a tiny house. That's the review. The same goes for windows, paint, wallpaper, doors, flooring and other objets de renovation.

Didn't notice a storyline so much as I only made it through first level before getting a notice that I was allowed to play in other areas. It either flipped by earning money or flopped by losing money. I liked that and it made it fun and different. The game needed a lot more challenge. Just too short with one objective, although it was fun so I will recommend. You are given a certain number of each type of renovation material to collect to achieve the goal of the level. Rated 5 out of 5 by Snowview from Great timed game I very rarely like or buy timed match-3 games and even when I do I can't finish all the levels so it was a rare treat that I could. Now Playing Christina and Tarek renovate a house with a super-small bathroom. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Kimski from Fun for a little while This was definitely a different sort of match 3. I didn't care for the music but the graphics are bright and colorful. It's not as easy as it sounds in the beginning. The good things about this game is the match 3 variation on how you make matches.

14 thoughts on “Flip or Flop Home Edition

  1. The goal of Flip or Flop Home Edition is to turn your small seed investment capital into a big enough pile of money to save Grandma, who is in trouble with the Feds for not paying her taxes. Different houses—even different houses in the same neighborhood—require different types of renovation. Also it claims 3 difficulty levels, but you don't get to pick which ones you play, they are mixed in every neighborhood. It's not as easy as it sounds in the beginning.

  2. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by fastdash from My first review Here is my review. It either flipped by earning money or flopped by losing money. It was too tiny and hard on the eyesight with too many like colors, they all started looking the same and hard to make matches. Now Playing Christina and Tarek buy a huge house with an annoying and dated layout. Maybe to earn money to pay granny's monthly bills, but nope.

  3. The not so good was after you bought granny the house the game is over. It took very good concentration and quickness with that timer going, so the challenge was sufficient. The storyline goes like this: Your granny forgets to pay bills and looses her house which is more like a mansion. I thought the visuals and sound was pretty good. If you do, you increase your earnings and are able to move onto another property on that level to renovate.

  4. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by littleerrol from my 8th big fish review this game would be much more fun, if it was a little more challenging. Very disappointing. The game needed a lot more challenge.

  5. Also it claims 3 difficulty levels, but you don't get to pick which ones you play, they are mixed in every neighborhood. Now Playing Christina and Tarek buy a house sight unseen that's loaded with junk. Some might only require some paint, wallpaper, and floors to turn a profit, while others might need more extensive work.

  6. Now Playing Christina and Tarek buy a huge house with an annoying and dated layout. I would not play this game continuously on end like some. The sounds were ok, and so were the visuals. The same goes for windows, paint, wallpaper, doors, flooring and other objets de renovation. You are given a certain number of each type of renovation material to collect to achieve the goal of the level.

  7. The storyline goes like this: Your granny forgets to pay bills and looses her house which is more like a mansion. Do everything in time and you can trade up—first, from a trailer park with very limited income opportunities to a rural town with slightly better prospects; then, to suburbia, where property is more expensive but where you can make a tidy sum. The game needed a lot more challenge.

  8. It either flipped by earning money or flopped by losing money. Just too short with one objective, although it was fun so I will recommend. The not so good was after you bought granny the house the game is over. Hope you enjoyed. I was hoping it would have replay value with an endless story line so you could continue to play.

  9. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Kimski from Fun for a little while This was definitely a different sort of match 3. Do everything in time and you can trade up—first, from a trailer park with very limited income opportunities to a rural town with slightly better prospects; then, to suburbia, where property is more expensive but where you can make a tidy sum. More for the easy to medium levels. Also by flipping houses you had to repair items like the doors, windows, tile ect. I would hope they would improve it and come out with a flip or flop 2 because I did enjoy this type of match 3 and earning money with this concept.

  10. They don't even give a trophy for any achievements. You are given a certain number of each type of renovation material to collect to achieve the goal of the level. I will replay so I can pay more attention to the renovation rather than just rushing to match. Now Playing Christina and Tarek buy a huge house with an annoying and dated layout. Also by flipping houses you had to repair items like the doors, windows, tile ect.

  11. They don't even give a trophy for any achievements. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by fastdash from My first review Here is my review. I liked the easy to medium grid but hated the hard grid. There are no other objectives but to earn enough money to buy granny a house. It didn't even offer a shuffle unless you were completely out of matches.

  12. The goal is to make matches on the grid by clicking arrows located at the top, bottom, left and right sides of the grid, causing the line of icons to shift one place and match two other like icons, or a matching bomb, in the line Note: the background color of the bomb tells you which icons you can match it with. You can maintain up to three different user profiles, so three different players can all keep track of their progress. You are given a certain number of each type of renovation material to collect to achieve the goal of the level. More for the easy to medium levels. No bonus free play or untimed unlock or nothing, you start at beginning and game starts new again without saving profile.

  13. Do everything in time and you can trade up—first, from a trailer park with very limited income opportunities to a rural town with slightly better prospects; then, to suburbia, where property is more expensive but where you can make a tidy sum. Also by flipping houses you had to repair items like the doors, windows, tile ect. The game needed a lot more challenge. You are given a certain number of each type of renovation material to collect to achieve the goal of the level.

  14. Didn't notice a storyline so much as I only made it through first level before getting a notice that I was allowed to play in other areas. Hope you enjoyed. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by littleerrol from my 8th big fish review this game would be much more fun, if it was a little more challenging. The not so good was after you bought granny the house the game is over. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Kimski from Fun for a little while This was definitely a different sort of match 3.

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