Become a sought after interior decorator in Beantown with Renovate & Relocate - Boston, a fabulous seek-and-find experience.
Olivia just purchased a penthouse suite but the previous owner left it in shambles. With the help of a local contractor, she's determined to turn it into a modernized sanctuary of comfort and style. Her design skills are soon recognized by others around her who then request her help in renovating their own homes. Has Olivia finally found her true calling?
Join Olivia in her fantastic new career as she converts dilapidated rooms into stunning spaces for all to enjoy. Search through 35 scenes to clear out the clutter or gather supplies, then renovate rooms selecting all manner of colors, fixtures, furniture, and more, as you desire. Restore a penthouse apartment, refurbish a worn down home, and even design a seaside estate!
Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Renovate & Relocate - Boston today!
Design and decorate home interiors with this Hidden Object search.
Search through 35 scenes to clear out the clutter or gather supplies.
Refinish and design kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms and more.
Renovate them by selecting colors, fixtures, furniture, and more, as you like.
Enjoy fantastic and unique gameplay with the entire family.
I liked it. Could have more upgrade options though.
ckwilliams614 | Added on: July 14, 2012
I enjoy the overall premise of the game which prompted me to purchase it only to find that I had completed all of the options in a two hour period. The game is not long enough nor does it have enough choices. It really isn't worth paying for but it is a fun way to pass an hour playing online.
jibjii | Added on: January 7, 2011
I found this game enjoyable when my grandaughters and I played it. Objects were a little too easy to find. Needs more variety in decorating objects. We would have liked to be able to go back and see the redecorated rooms at the end of the game.
pokie | Added on: December 1, 2011
I really enjoyed this game, I just wish it had been longer with more decorating scenes and a few more choices. I like the fact that hidden objects was incorporated in the game although it was pretty easy, but nonetheless I liked it. I really hope that another game like this comes out, soon!!!
sheltielady | Added on: January 6, 2011
I found this game fun but way to easy and there were not enough remodling items they all seemed to be the same and the game was over too soon. Would like to see the game have more items to remodle the rooms with and be alittle more challenging
mhl35 | Added on: January 20, 2011
I love the idea about the hidden object games and the decorating part, wish they would make more games like that. It just did not have enough designs for me, but what I did was created another name so I can try out more ideas. Overall I enjoyed the game
Astoriababe | Added on: January 4, 2011
This is the best Hidden Object game i have played in quite a while. It puts many of the others to shame and gives you something to do besides finding items. This one needs many sequels.
TAR671 | Added on: January 4, 2011
This is probably a great game for 12 year old girls. The only thing it is missing is a doll house and cut out fashions for the characters. I thnk the developers, to be accuracte in their description of the game, should have rated it PG 13. My grand daughter and I tried the game, but she quickly lost interest in it. I have to agree with her, their is really nothing, in my opinion, to keep you interested, unless you are a budding interior designer with poor taste. Try it, maybe you will find something we missed.
The scenes are a little easy but just challenging enough without frustrating the player. Love the renovations portion of the game!!!
Jazz | Added on: January 4, 2011
I was disappointed with the quality of the game. They could have done so much more with the design aspects. The colour choices were horrible, as were the flooring selections. All in all I would not recommend this game. I only gave it three stars because it was a little original.
Rapatorette | Added on: January 4, 2011
For a Hidden Object game it becomes quite different. It is more for the interior decorator. With the hidden object aspect it becomes unique.
5Llmdoa | Added on: January 4, 2011
Game was okay but it needs to have some mini games to change off once in a while as it gets boring doing the same thing over and over again. The graphics however are great and updated! This game is one of those,' find the items in a room' to clear up the mess then you can create your own rooms by choosing different designs in selling your home in the real state business.
Tkira | Added on: January 4, 2011
I was curious about this game, and the fact that no one had reviewed it yet. The premise is good - help renovate various properties by completing various HOG and act as decorator by choosing finishes, floors, furnishings etc. The HOG aspect didn't always make sense. Why would you go shopping for a gold watch, cat, and sandwich at a hardware store? There was also a problem with spelling, and some objects were misnamed. ("Indian lantern" turned out to be a long-necked Middle-Eastern tea carafe!) As a plus, the game moves along fairly quickly (I was able to complete renovations on two buildings during the 30 minute trial offer. I don't know if I'd ever buy the whole version.
I am giving this game 5 stars because it has everything I like in a game. HOs are not that hard to find, you get hints but they do recharge slowly. Storyline is good and I like getting to decorate rooms out of several choices. If you like a detailed HO game where you are running around looking for objects and putting objects together, then this game will probably bore you. For me it is a great game.
gaile | Added on: February 15, 2011
The hidden objects weren't disguised very well. I could just click around on all of them and look down at the list and find I only had to search for one or two of the objects. The scenes would only allow for three different floors, or walls, etc. I was very disappointed in it.
elimee | Added on: January 20, 2011
Wish the game was longer. The choices for designing were great. Once you have play the whole game twice it becomes boring.
hankysis3 | Added on: January 5, 2011
As another reviewer stated - the hidden objects many times made no sense as to the project undertaking. The room make overs pretty much stayed to one style, and you could see the repetition in other rooms. The game is over fairly quickly, and I never did figure out what "Boston" impact there was. The game did flow well from project to project. However, the game became boring quickly. This game needed a lot more pizazz.
Well I guess I start by saying I wouldn't consider this game one of my best downloads ever but I found it to be a pretty OK game to pass the time for about a couple of hours as that's how long it took me to complete this game. Plus I've always enjoyed seeing homes get redone as I watch a few of these shows on TV so it was nice to play a game homes getting redone. There is no time limit and I didn't come across anything in the game to switch between relaxed and timed mode. Also dialog on the screen but the characters in this game do talk so makes it more interesting in my opinion instead of reading it. In this game the main character Olivia has just purchased a penthouse suite that was left a mess and gets the help of a local contractor Tony to help her renovate it. She then ends up doing her grandmother's home and a few other peoples' homes. This game is pretty much a straight HOG going from room to room finding things. I found most pretty easy to locate. Only had to use a few hints. The hint also doesn't take very long to charge back up. After you do a couple of HOG scenes, and Tony the contractor has came and done his thing with the drywall and such, at the bottom of the screen you get to choose colors, fixtures, furniture, etc. As far as mini games, you find 20 leaves, termites, tools etc. Very easy. No skip option for that but there is a hint button if by chance you do get stuck on finding them. This is basically all there is to this game. I give this 3 stars as it was a nice change from what I usually play. This is obviously from what I told you a pretty relaxing game. No wandering around lost going location to location trying to figure out how the inventory items work because there are none. No compicated, frustrating puzzles. I however would of rated this higher if the game offered a timed mode right along with the relaxed mode giving the game player a choice. Also let you earn money (points) like some games do and have more variety of choices for the homes how to decorate them. The mini games could of definitely had more variety instead of just finding 20 items. So if you are into home improvement and like games that are pretty much a straight HOG, a relaxing game to take up about a couple of hours of your time, give it a whirl and decide for yourself. I hope you enjoy the game.
There are several words misspelled. For instance, ruler is spelled ruller. It took me a minute to figure out that a ruller is not some tool I've never heard of. Maybe that is the real puzzle of the game. The gameplay is fun, though, and the design part is rather addictive.
pennyanne | Added on: June 13, 2011
I found the game relaxing and fun, as I like to see rooms redone. The choices were limited, but you could try different combinations so it's fun. Fairly easy HO. The main character's voice irritates me and she's judging folks, ugh! The next game could have more decorating choices. I don't really understand why Boston, but, choose another city and kind of go with architecture of that city. All in all, I like this game