Flat packed furniture is the worst. There’s always one screw missing, or the final product doesn’t at all resemble the picture on the box. Well, Home Improvisation is a furniture building sim that lets you decorate an entire house with flat packed furniture… without the instructions. You can attempt to figure out the intended design or get creative and make your own masterpieces. Build over thirty pieces of furniture across six rooms of the house. It’s your opportunity to take revenge on flat packed furniture without ever having to face the consequences of your decisions. Tim Allen would be proud.
Furniture is always more fun with friends. Work together with up to three friends locally to build bizarre creations. The possibilities are endless. You can also visit a friend’s house online or invite them to yours. Then share your creations via Steam Workshop. If you are looking for something with a little more order, test out your skills in the challenge levels.
Home Improvisation is developed by The Stork Burnt Down who is based in Atlanta, Georgia. Home Improvisation was originally created for the 2015 Global Game Jam, a 48-hour game-making competition. It’s available now on PC where it has full support for the HTC Vive. You can check it out here.
Michael Vane is a freelance journalist and co-editor of PN2. He’s on Twitter @DrVane