Furnish Master Launching February 20

A relaxing game about furnishing various home properties, Alex Blintsov’s Furnish Master will launch out of Early Access on Steam on February 20.

Furnish Master will live up to its title by giving players the chance to furnish apartments, houses, commercial estate, and even outdoor territories. Featuring easy and intuitive controls, Furnish Master will give players the chance to move and place objects wherever one desires.

Also included in Furnish Master is a story mode that lets players buy places and furnish them in turn. Along the way, players will be able to invest in properties, earning money to then buy more places and furniture. The ultimate goal? Build the mansion of one’s dreams!

To spice things up, Furnish Master’s Story Mode will also feature a number of different challenges and puzzles. One will have to use their furnish skills to complete said challenges, earn reputation, and unlock new objects.

Learn more with the Furnish Master game trailer below:

Furnish Master | Game Trailer

The demo can be downloaded on the official Furnish Master Steam page. The game can also be wishlisted from there as well.

Want to join in on the conversation? Be sure to join the official Furnish Master Discord channel as well.

Source: Press Release
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