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- Developer: Glu Games Inc.
- Publisher: Glu Games Inc.
- Genre: Adventure
- Release: Dec 14, 2011
- ESRB: Not Set
Question & Answers
Hills House~ The Piano and The Grillmaster
I own all the houses in the game and I bought all the furnishings, so they are all fully furnished EXCEPT for the Hills House; I do NOT have the Steindorfer piano (costs 45 stars) or the Grillmaster 4000 (costs 25 stars) It drives me crazy having those furniture bubbles up in my house when I go in there, and not having it finished but I did not want to waste my stars on those things! I am the number 1 A-lister now, and have achieved everything possible almost. I bought some stars in the beginning because I wanted all the houses and didn't see any other way to advance but I ended up spending about 70 (real!) dollars on this game I realized when my credit card bill came in! So I refuse to spend any more real money on it (the game was just so addicting when I first started playing) and now I am trying to complete achievements to earn stars and I have earned almost 35, I was thinking I wanted to get a new article of clothing but I think a new pet would be a smarter move since they give energy. ( I was thinking the big dog because I already have both fish, the little dog, the cat, and the owl) but I didn't know if I should purchase the piano or the grillmaster because I don't like that the Hills house isn't finished because I don't have them, but I don't know if there is any benefit to buying them?? Has anyone got them? Is it worth it??
Answer from: Doni
In my opinion, there's no right or wrong choice because it's all about personal preference. There's always going to be something that you'll need stars to get that you want. Whether it's another pet, some furniture that you don't already have or another article of clothing (since it seems that all of the really nice pieces cost either stars or a lot of cash), it's always going to be something. I don't own all of the houses because it's really not that important to me. The reason I chose not to purchase the one in NY is because I'm rarely there and I think that it's way too small. Again, it's all about personal preference so whichever will make you the happiest, I say go with it.