Compared to war-themed mobile games, “Adorable Home” doesn’t require you to kill other players and attack certain territories for gems or coins. In this life-simulation game created by HyperBeard, all you need to do is turn your brand new house into, well, an adorable home.
Every day, you have to prepare your partner’s bento box and take care of your pets to earn love. After you have earned plenty of hearts or love for a job well done, you can now use it to unlock new areas in the house or purchase more furniture, decorations, and cats. Because of its user-friendly interface and design-your-own-home feature, Adorable Home has become the talk of the town on social media since its release last January.
Apart from making our virtual dreams come true (let’s say: living with your K-pop idol), Facebook user Cay Corpus compiled some of the other players’ funniest experiences while playing the app.
This penguin stealing an air conditioner
When your partner’s bento box managed to come home by itself
And this well-planned tank heist
When your partner hasn’t come home yet after long hours of office work
This unexpected turn of events
When the joke suddenly hits close to home
Sometimes it gets sad because you don’t really have a partner in real life
Even this curb-side delivery service couldn’t help but ride its popularity
Pahinga lang kami wait lang ah
Some players received surprise visits from their idols
— D.O MY GOD (@thedomygod) February 29, 2020
Well, these are obviously edited
— ajie: Going to YeRene!! (@ajiewannie) February 29, 2020
adorable home said blackpink house 2 pic.twitter.com/nwd8e8pagl
— 💍 (@unityblackpink) February 28, 2020
OH MY! (어쩌나) in Adorable Home 😂©FBRTW_17-Admin IrahLovesPuppyGyu 🐶
kahit sa adorable home man lang mapanood ko yung Ben&Ben nang livepctto.
Adorable Home is really taking the internet by storm! And within a span of one month, the Mexican gaming company has already achieved more than 5 million downloads across the globe. But for its developer, Adorable Home is more than just a game. It also teaches us how our acts of kindness pay off in the end.
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