Hometopia, a house building game, was announced today

Hometopia

Build entire houses from scratch and design them to your liking.

The Isn’t Company, a real-life house restorer and long-time game development duo, unveiled their new project Hometopia today. Build, design, and remodel magnificent homes in five distinct communities, or create fantasy houses and neighborhoods from the ground up alone or with friends online.

Career and Sandbox mode.

Hometopia can be played in either First Person or Overhead view, and it has two modes: Career and Sandbox.

Players can restore 30 different homes over five unique communities in the Career mode, ranging from a run-down mobile home park to a luxury beachfront enclave with lakeside guarded mansions. Buy dilapidated homes and fix them up to get top dollar…start by enhancing the layout and flow of the area after cleaning it.

For good curb appeal, paint the walls, install new flooring and quality appliances, install new doors and windows, add high-end fixtures, or build a lovely outside space. Fulfill all the requirements of an ever-changing market, and you may find yourself in a bidding war!

Build your ideal house in the Sandbox mode without regard for market circumstances or resource constraints. Create a quiet house in the woods, a modern marble and glass home on the seaside, or a gigantic over-the-top palace overlooking estate grounds and share it with the rest of the world via Steam Workshop. There are no boundaries to the worlds you may create, from plot planning and road construction to park design and home design.

Hometopia will be available on PC in January 2022. From October 1st until October 7th, the game will be available on Steam with a free playable trial of the game’s Sandbox construction mode.

Watch the game announcement trailer down below.

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