Some people say that the most rewarding and even recreational activity is when you do something with your hands. Well, maybe they are right, however, we believe that such an activity can be really great only when it goes digital. If you agree with us, then you definitely like Garden Flipper(House Flipper 2) – a great simulator that encourages you to work with your hands, doing a lot of gardening, housing, and designing stuff. People will hire you and your task will be to create something really magnificent out of their houses and nearby locations. As a gardener, you will have a chance to create an entire garden from scratch, combining various plants and making it look really awesome. Not only the gardens will be your sphere of activity, but also playgrounds, yards, swimming pools, and in-door territory. People will pay you money for the tasks you perform and you will get more and more experience, skills, instruments, and opportunities. Some tasks will be extremely simple, the other won’t. You will have to pay special attention to customers’ needs as well as to the intuition that suggests how exactly you should do this or that to make your project really successful.
Some of your tasks will require fast reaction – you will need to deal with them following certain time frames. The others can be done at any time, so you can sit the whole day long doing this or that order. Clients will mostly pay for the time resource you have spent, but you won’t have an idea how much you will get before the work is done. This will make your schedule-building a bit tricky, because it would be hard to predict how much time do you need, which tools are required and the most important – how much will you receive for that. At the same time, you will have to learn how to manage this moment, because your success will strongly depend on the way you can devote your time to this or that activity and do it smartly. Still, the title won’t inform you that this or that task can be considered as done. It is only you to decide when you are finished, so you can easily stop doing something when you’ve had enough. If the task doesn’t seem complete to you, come back to it later. Who knows, maybe the inspiration will visit you!