House Flipper 2 will have a Sandbox mode

House Flipper 2 is going to have a Sandbox mode, Frozen District has confirmed. The sandbox mode will give players access to the same tools the development team used to create the houses in the game, meaning players can build homes in their own style. This will be the first of many updates that will come to the game, based on player feedback.

The House Flipper 2 sandbox mode features will include:

  • New Sandbox Mode: Build from scratch with unparalleled creative freedom. From a Minecraft-inspired house to a chic urban residence, the sky’s the limit.
  • Advanced Building Tools: Use grid snapping or free placement for meticulous design control.
  • Customization and Flexibility: Clone styles, alter wall heights, or even relocate entire houses.
  • Landscaping Features: Shape and mold the environment, from rolling hills to deep basements.
  • Material Customization: Dynamic options to change wall patterns, colors, and more.
  • Floor Plan View: Top-down planning mode for detailed design and layout.
  • Expanding Furniture Library: Over 1,500 items, and growing, for detailed interior designs.
  • Undo & Redo at Will: A misstep? Simply undo or redo, offering players unmatched flexibility.
  • Endless Customization: With adjustable walls and a vast color spectrum for painting, endless design possibilities await.
  • House Creations & Community Sharing: players will be able to share their custom house creations with the broader community.
  • Interactive and Immersive: Insert windows without prior cut-outs, construct basements, and dynamically alter landscapes in real time.

We took a look at the parent game, House Flipper, back in 2018 and described it as ‘the strangest sim we’ve played in 2018’. “There’s something weirdly fascinating about how games like Empyrean’s House Flipper attempt to gamify and virtualise real-world professions,” said Jim.

House Flipper 2 will be released on December 14th for PC via Steam.

Source: Press Release

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