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Everything in this app is so very well done. The levels are made to be challenging but usually never too beyond frustrating. The renovations and decorations usually have some really pretty...or really zany stuff. But by far, my favorite part is the characters and the storyline. These characters are given such personalities and the story is intriguing. I feel like I want to keep coming back like a Netflix binge session just to munch some popcorn and see what the characters are up to and what Lily’s going to do about her predicaments and who are these new characters and how will I start to care about them, etc. SO, the only thing that super saddens me is that I have hit the end of the levels/storyline available so far and now I have to wait like its network tv for the new “days” to be added in. I don’t know if I’ve liked a game like this as much as I do this one, so I’ll keep popping back in to play any updates and I would recommend this to ANYONE who likes anything near this type of game. It’s just sad for the developers, cause I like it well enough to have invested some money in my enjoyment. Unfortunately that will probably happen less because I have less actual content to invest in, but hey, doesn’t mean I absolutely won’t. I do want to see Lily triumph after all.
This game is AMAZING!!! I started this roughly a month and a half ago and I’m at level 704 (Day 20). Some levels are hard, but I find the challenge of finally beating it (after a day or two) rewarding. I literally rejoice when I do and my husband gets a kick out it. He actually plays HomeScapes, but that seemed boring and design choices were less desirable. This game however has a lot of vibrant colors and when completed looks awesome. You’ll love being able to create, design and switch things out as you go along. If I had to give any criticism, it would be that there are some glitches, but the support team is great at correcting and restoring any time lost during the glitch. Secondly, the wait time for lives. Twenty minutes seems a little long to have to wait for one life. I’d like to see it down to 5-10 minutes like some of the other games I play. All in all if you enjoy a challenge and designing, this game is for you. Oh yeah, and the storyline is kinda funny too once you actually read it instead of hitting skip like I used to lol.
I love this story and the gameplay so much. Unlike other unnamed match-3 games, when you get a super power up, all of the boosts go off individually, so you can hit things over and over again with each one, rather than having one big explosion. Also, the upgrades available for purchase are low cost and you get more than what you pay for, like unlimited lives for $1. I’m happy to shell out a buck when I just want to curl up on the couch and unwind. The story is gripping and you really come to love the characters and Lily’s journey of love, loss, and friendship. Most importantly, it makes sense (unlike billionaire butlers). They also have excellent customer service! I contacted them because of a glitch in one of the levels and not only did they fix the glitch, they gave me coins and boosts as an apology. No other game does that in my experience! I really appreciate that they care about their players. My one and only complaint is that the rockets never point the way you want them to. Other games have the rockets rotate with each turn, but in this game they tend to get in the way and waste your moves. Hopefully this is resolved in the future, but even if it isn’t, almost perfect is plenty good enough to keep me around.
I really love this game! The characters have really grown on me and it satisfies this constant craving I always have for home design and puzzle games. And I just feel all the hard work the team puts into the art and the story, this game is really special. But gosh the levels are sooooo harrrrrdd. I really wish there was an easier way to play, or that every little action didnt require so many stars. I understand the strategy is meant to make money, but I wish the options to spend money weren’t for such a core part of the gameplay- like animal crossing pocket camp for example, leaf tickets are hardly necessary, and when I buy them its for further fun. But I’d never pay money for a pay to win game like this out of spite, sorry. Plus I know that even if I paid money to help get out of a level I’m stuck on I know I’m just gunna have to do it again later. I know it would be hard to change the entire structure of the game but I really think the game would benefit from leaving a pay to win structure by keeping more long term players and without making paying for stuff feel like such a commitment.
So far I love the storyline and I like that it doesn’t have a lot of parts like other games where you use 2-3 stars just to do something pointless like reading a journal. You get to remodel A LOT. Which is why I play it. I know they probably make these levels hard for a reason so you spend longer playing the games and you’re more tempted to spend money on them but DANG .... I almost want to delete it because I feel like it’s more frustrating than it is a stress relief. Like, I play these games as my own little relaxing method away from my “mom reality” but the levels are so insanely difficult and unrealistic that it’s just frustrating, I use all of my “lives” and then have to wait to try again later. I had to download another game just to play in the meantime. And when I say unrealistic I mean I don’t even see how they think it’s possible without it just being a “win by chance” scenario. Unless you’re some kind of strategic genius and......... I’m definitely not. Otherwise it’s a fun game, love the thought that’s put in to it and I love the good design options!
Developed by the Tactile Games ApS.
Lily’s Garden: Design & Relax has 60 302 user reviews.
Lily’s Garden: Design & Relax has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Lily’s Garden: Design & Relax (1.38.0) was released on Nov 15, 2019.
You can download Lily’s Garden: Design & Relax here:.
Romance? Garden? Puzzles? YES! Lily’s Garden is all this and so much more. Renovate the garden and solve challenging puzzles with this new relaxing and romantic FREE match-3 blast game!
Help Lily renovate her great-aunt’s garden
to its former glory and match flowers to solve challenging blast puzzles. Dig into a romantic love story full of twists and turns as Lily interacts with a cast of colorful characters. Match flowers & start your garden makeover – play with themed boosters & renovate the areas with dozens of customizations options!
Discover hidden areas and choose among hundreds of flowers for your decoration project! Sit down, relax and enjoy this puzzle game enriched with a beautiful romantic story! Start your makeover now!
- RENOVATE, decorate and expand your garden with unique locations that tie into the story!
- MATCH flowers and solve hundreds of addictive blast puzzle levels!
- ENJOY plot twists in the story and uncover hidden secrets and mysteries along the way!
- EXPLORE the garden with its hidden objects, dozens of flowers and unlock hidden areas
- RELAX and live a romantic story with funny and heartfelt dialogue!
Flowers are blossoming and Lily’s garden is ready for its makeover! Are you ready to decorate and renovate this beautiful garden?
Lily’s Garden will be updated with more blast puzzles to solve and more romantic chapters regularly! Already played and enjoyed the game? Stay tuned for updates and drop us a review!
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