Gardenscapes: Mansion Makeover™

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$ 9.99 USD

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Welcome back to Gardenscapes! Having restored the garden to its beauty and grandeur, it’s high time to have some guests over to show off! Thankfully, the mansion has a spacious hall for everyone to gather. The only problem is that the hall is in quite a dilapidated state: the wallpaper is curling and peeled, the fireplace cold and broken, and heaps of old newspapers lie scattered about. It’s time to roll up the old sleeves once more, and with the heroic assistance of Austin the butler, turn the hall into a masterpiece!

  • 60 unique items for interior design
  • Animated screensaver and original soundtracks
  • Turn the hall into a masterpiece!
  • Play Gardenscapes
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 400 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Gardenscapes: Mansion Makeover? 4.6 5 254 254
Good, but not as good as the first installment. I found the first Gardnescapes to be a delight...a nice escape from the usual dark and dreary hidden object venture into the strange and weird. When I noted the sequel to Gardenscapes was out, I figured it would be more of the same and it was, only not quite as nice as the first. There are some improvements. For example the game loads much faster and you can now give the dog a female name and have the game's dialogue work with that. But my chief complaint is the music. Games like this require some great background music and this one falls short on that score. The original theme song makes an occasional appearance and there is one room with a pleasing jazzy piece, but the rest are annoyingly bad. They've also added sounds here and there, including snorts and snores in the bedroom, that are bothersome. The graphics aren't as pleasant and the thermometer and camera hints are harder to find. Course, the objects are much easier to find in this version so you really don't need the hints. But the butler is back and the dog is back and the game still offers a few minutes of fun when you want to relax and forget about the day. So it gets a qualified 4 stars from me. June 24, 2012
ENJOYED THE GAME BUT..... I purchased this game quite some time ago and just finished playing. I did not play it all in one sitting. I did not purchase the first Gardenscapes as it bored me, but this one was much more fun. I enjoyed decorating the hall and there was quite a bit of fun factor involved. The HOS were a bit too easy and became a bit repetitive about half way through the game and when it ended I was glad to have finished. So I have mixed feelings. Yes, it was fun, but became tedious after awhile. This may not be everyone's experience so give it a go. May 25, 2012
Artwork even nicer than original Gardenscapes I played the original Gardenscapes a lot, so I was looking forward to the sequel, which involves rehabbing the great hall of the mansion instead of the gardens. Graphics are beautiful, and I think a little nicer than the original Gardenscapes. The hidden objects range from easy to a little tricky. But there are hints and the clever camera and thermometer tools, which can be devilishly tricky to find. Don?t forget to keep looking for the gold coins in the scenes. Sometimes they pop up after you?ve worked a scene for awhile. While I enjoyed the game, I just didn't have as much fun decorating the great room as I did creating the intricate garden of the original game, or designing the farm in Farmscapes, also by Playrix. I'm not sure why. But this is still an enjoyable game. I'd just try before you buy. May 20, 2012
Gardenscapes: Mansion Makeover? Gardenscapes: Mansion Makeover is a game were you have to fill customers order, whilst being paid in a jumble sale.With the money you get paid, you can buy an item, which you have three choices on, with the item you buy, you will make your hall look better. Sometimes you will recive letters, which you have to fill and you have to do little quests to help more around the house. The view of the game and the sound is pretty good, however the music got annoying after a while. This game isnt as good as the original Gardenscapes but i loved it anyway!!! I would defintely recommened this game but im not sure if all will like it as you need a lot of patince. May 20, 2012
A Good In Between Game This is a good no pressure, simple story game to play as a break from the more involved games. The music is relaxing and the HOS's are easy, I liked furnishing the living room a lot more than the garden in Gardenscapes 2. The garden game was too long and became repetitious. This one was about right. May 18, 2014
So happy it's becoming a series ! I love Austin and his quirky ways . This game was just as fun as the first , so much fun decorating . I was so pleased to see that the dog was there as well ! January 11, 2014
Great game to pass the time I really liked this game and the fact you can pick and choose to make your mansion the way you want it! Great to pass the time and you can stop and start without loosing where you are. May 30, 2012
Cheery Hidden Object game This is a light, fun yard sale style hidden object game. It's a great sequel to Gardenscapes. You are now remodeling the interior of the mansion, you earn money by having a yard sale in the various rooms of the mansion, using your hidden object skills to find the items the punters are looking for &then spend the earned money on fixing up the house. This makes a nice easy change of pace from all the dark & spooky hidden object games out there & is great for kids as well as easy on aging eyes that can't spot the tiny grey blur against the slightly darker grey background of other HO games May 13, 2012
Gardenscapes:Mansion Makeover For a fun relaxing game this is great. You don't have to think too hard. Yet there is enough to do in the scenes. May 3, 2012
Charming! Hurray, a game that is not DARK! This was light, cute, fun & entertaining. There were elements of Sims-like character play and manipulation, the ability to customize the house design, amusing dialog, visually pleasing and well-done cartoon-like graphics, and a huge number of relatively easy hidden-object screens -- like several games rolled into one. There were a couple of items that were consistently mis-named (e.g., pitchers were always referred to as "jars"), but the writing didn't come across as stilted or bizarre, as the dialog in so many games does. There are really quite a few "levels", so this isn't a game that one plays in one sitting -- a few levels/design elements at a time are probably ideal, and will make the game-play last for some time. And since there is a token storyline, but this game is NOT story-driven, it's much more suited to casual play. One note: hopefully nobody thinks renovation costs (or yard sale prices) come anywhere close to the enormous numbers seen in the game! ;) This was refreshing and delightful, and I'll likely check out the first Gardenscapes game. June 3, 2013
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