Summary: Please see my review of "Gardenscapes" for the basics on this series' gameplay. I was grinning like an idiot throughout much of this game. Perhaps that illustrates how fun and fulfilling I found it to be? Plot: You and Austin the butler from the first "Gardenscapes" game were so busy fixing up the garden that...you completely forgot about the mansion itself! It's not in the best shape.
Summary: Please see my reviews of "Gardenscapes" and "Gardenscapes: Mansion Makeover" for the basics on this series' gameplay. Just as delightful and amusing a game as the previous installments! Plot: Austin the butler (your guide from the previous "Gardenscapes" games) has decided to return home to visit his beloved parents, only to find that their once beautiful garden has fallen into disrepair.
Summary: I love this game and really enjoy all the extra, added fun things to help you find the objects. I've decorated the Garden twice now, as you can go in and change the player name and start over. I do wish it were longer. Very addicting and so much fun! I highly recommend this game if you want to have fun!
Summary: This is a good and fun game, as with all Playrix games, very entertaining with a number of hidden object scenes and you are able to use money you "earn" to upgrade your garden and home. The graphics are good and the story line is cute, a fun game to try out and enjoy.
Summary: Didn't meet my expectations--thought I was decorating an entire mansion, or at least several rooms, and it is only one room, the main hall. Austin is not as entertaining, and I found the mansion irritating--I just kept wanting to fix the broken canopy on the bed and wake up the invisible person who kept snoring in the sound effects for many of the rooms. Also, it is monochromatic, somewhat dark, and a bit gloomy.