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It's just alright. The unskippable ads are excessive, usually popping up every two to three levels, and each level only takes maybe thirty seconds, so you send up spending almost as much time in ads as playing. The big problem is there's virtually no challenge. There's no obvious penalty for going over already painted areas or backtracking, so there's no fail state.
29 people found this review helpful
House Paint is a simple slide-block puzzle game. The puzzles never progress into something challenging, so it's repetitive. Finishing the puzzles reward gems, which upgrade houses. Upgrading houses reward stars, which build more houses. Similar to the puzzles, the houses never progress into something interesting, so it's all repetitive. It was like an endless chore. If there was more challenge or more aesthetic details, I could find a reason to be excited about the game. But for now, it's a 1/5.
82 people found this review helpful
I got to about level 12 before the ads got super annoying. I wouldn't mind ads if they were just a banner ad or just a video ad every few levels, but it's after every level, minimum 15 seconds, and you can't skip it. They also put a x5 reward (via ad) button exactly where you would click to go to the next level. It wouldn't be a problem if the levels took more than like 10 seconds to complete or the ad was every few levels. Bummer. I wanted an easy time killer.
70 people found this review helpful