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TOPIC: Gardenscape made a very important design decision

Gardenscape made a very important design decision 1 month 1 day ago #10358

If it is Monday then an inspirational story about a successful app is all you need to start your week right. Today, we will talk about Gardenscapes, a mobile game that allows users to Buy Gardenscapes Stars spend their free time in a fun way but it also offers a lot of challenges for those who want to train their brain. We will list down the reasons why this game reached the first places in leading app stores.

Near the area where you found the House Plant is a Music Stand: it may be tough for you to see at first because it’s so wiry, but it’s definitely there and a customer will definitely pay for it. To the left, on the other white easy chair, is a Phonograph you can sell as well. Completing that sale will result in money, but no more extra customers because there are only ten for this level.

Next, check the stool near the foreground, toward the middle of the bottom of the screen. Draped on that stool is a Shawl which one of your customers would like to buy. Take care of that for them, then be sure to grab the House Plant placed by the end table to the right of the white easy chair on the right side of the screen. Give that to another customer and you will now have two small piles of money to collect, which will open up space for two more customers once you’ve collected them.

As a result, Gardenscape made a very important design decision. Rather than allow players to purchase stars to progress through In-App Purchases, in Gardenscapes you can only purchase coins, which can be turned into boosts, lives, and extra moves. They fully leaned on their matching gameplay to monetize rather than allowing players to ignore the match 3 gameplay and skip ahead.
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