You Can Now Play A House Renovating Simulator, Because None Of Us Are Close To The Real Thing

As the world descends into chaos, it’s hard to imagine a time when I’ll have a few hundred thousand bucks or so sitting in the bank, ready for me to purchase the property of my dreams.

Just like most real-world problems, someone’s found a way to put it in a computer simulator so it feels a lot less scary, which is how House Flipper came into fruition.

Basically, the aim of the game is that you buy a shitty run-down house, fix her up and turn it into a profit, all the while dealing with cockroaches, leaks, electrical work and all the other pleasantries that come with renovating a house.

Of course, you don’t have to spend any real money on buying materials etc, so this already sounds like a much better idea in the long run.

If you’re the type of person who internalises their daily rage until they can go home and microwave small rodents, this might just be the game for you.

Steam is currently flogging it for the low, low price of $23.76, which seems like a bargain considering the hours of toil and labour you can put in.


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