Ever since its launch in the autumn of 2020, Room Flip™ Dream House Design mobile game app has featured consistently, month upon month on the mobile app stores, with the latest being a worldwide feature on the Apple App Store.
Room Flip had first featured on December 11, 2020, on the Google Play Store just two months after its launch, and then again in the new year, following a very successful run of its very first content event update: a ‘Holiday Makeover in a Ski Chalet’ where players had to renovate a Ski Chalet set in Zermatt, amidst the Swiss Alps as part of a Christmas makeover request from an earlier client.
Not just that, Nukebox Studios kicked off the very first working day of the year with a very detailed and positive review by none other than Dean Takahashi — a tech-journalist for more than 28 years and lead writer for GamesBeat, VentureBeat on its latest blockbuster — Room Flip that currently enjoys a 1.2M plus download on Android and iOS combined.
The same month, Room Flip also clinched a top spot Google Play Store featuring in the ‘Made in India’ category, on Republic Day itself: January 26. April saw two top spot features both on Apple and Google Play Store, in the same week. On Google, it featured in the ‘New & Updated Games’ category, while on Apple it showcased in the ‘New Games We Love’ category. By this time, Room Flip was already running its second content event: a ‘Magical Wedding Makeover in Enchanting Marrakesh’. Players had to redecorate the Dreamy Moroccan Riad space and turn it into a wedding destination.
Room Flip again managed to score some brownie points on Google Play Store India when in May, it released special offers with up to 70% OFF on its in-app purchases exclusively for Indian players. The offer ran for a week from May 15 – 22, and the aim was to provide some respite (albeit in a small, virtual way) to players in the Indian subcontinent which saw a huge spike in Covid-19 cases.
It recently concluded its third event update: an ‘English Afternoon Tea Party’ in New Hampshire, and then a very exotic ‘Limoncello Fiesta’ in the Amalfi Coast location for players who’ve crossed level 1000 in puzzles. Not just monthly event updates, Room Flip has been releasing new puzzle levels with new mechanics like whack-a-mole, honeycomb, and so on alongside new episodes (rooms) with every release, every month for its existing player base who are ever so hungry for the ‘new stuff’ given their thoroughly enjoyable and fun experiences designing extraordinary spaces on this first-ever interior design TV show game that also offers them Avatar customizations options in a whopping 1.9M combinations.
With a major new feature like competitive ranking on designs with other players slated for the July release, along with the regular updates, one wouldn’t be surprised to see Room Flip ranking as one of the top casual games in the puzzle and interior designing genre.
If you still haven’t downloaded the first-ever interior design TV show game, do it now. Don’t miss out on the great stuff.