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    House Flipper – virtual renovations soon to take place on Nintendo Switch

    Ultimate Games S.A. has confirmed, House Flipper will debut on Nintendo Switch as early as on June 12th this year. The game, which allows the player to become a one-man renovation crew, is one of the most popular simulators of recent years. House Flipper previously released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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    This simulator allows player to buy ruined houses and thoroughly transform them according to their own vision. The players take on the role of a one-man renovation crew, performing the tasks requested by the customers and purchasing run-down houses to renovate and sell them at a higher price.

    House Flipper is one of the most popular and top-rated simulators of recent years. The percentage of positive player reviews on Steam is as high as 88%. Now this best-selling, creativity-stimulating title will also reach the hands of Nintendo Switch owners. For the first time, virtual renovations will also take place on-the-go

    Rafał Jelonek – COO at Ultimate Games S.A.

    In addition to standard activities, such as wall painting, House Flipper also offers a whole range of other options. As part of the renovation, the players can, for example, replace the electrical system, connect the heating system or install air conditioning. As the developers emphasise, the players can also count on – among others – hundreds of items, possibilities to destroy houses and various challenges.

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    • virtual home repairs;
    • purchase, renovation and sale;
    • hundreds of items;
    • furnishing and decorating;
    • many challenges;
    • gyroscope-based controls (only on Nintendo Switch).

    House Flipper will be available on June 12th at Nintendo eShop for USD 24.99 (approx MYR 107).

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