By Playrix Games

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-08-25
  • Current Version: 3.1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 294.97 MB
  • Developer: Playrix Games
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 223,056 Ratings


Welcome to Gardenscapes! Rake your way through a storyline full of unexpected twists to restore a wonderful garden to its former glory! Embark on an adventurous journey: beat match-3 levels, restore and decorate different areas in the garden, get to the bottom of the secrets it holds, and enjoy the company of amusing in-game characters, including Austin, your butler! What are you waiting for? Build your dream garden! The game features: ● Unique gameplay: swap and match, restore and decorate the garden, and enjoy a novel storyline—all in one place! ● Hundreds of unique match-3 levels ● Dozens of in-game characters you can make friends with ● A lovely pet that is always there to cheer you up ● An in-game social network you can use to keep up on all the latest ● Different areas in the garden with unique structures: broken fountains, mysterious mazes, and many more ● A community that comes first—become neighbors with your Facebook friends! Gardenscapes is free to play, though some in-game items can also be purchased for real money. If you don't want to use this option, simply turn it off in your device's "Restrictions" menu. Enjoying Gardenscapes? Learn more about the game! Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Questions? Contact our Tech Support at




  • Great game!

    By Denzeljolliff
    Very fun puzzle game! It makes you think. I love this game!
  • Good Game

    By A retired person
    Love the game but find I have to wait for next chapter a lot. But thank you for the stories and fun!
  • Cute Game

    By Iwanderfar
    Expensive, but clever. Like so many.
  • Fun and addictive

    By duckey_678
    The game is a lot more fun and addictive than I thought it would be. I really want to restore the whole garden lol. The only thing is it is really hard to earn coins. I feel like you get very few per level so you can’t really get power ups often unless you spend real money. Also some levels that are supposed to be normal difficultly are crazy hard. And some that are supposed to harder are super easy. Idk maybe it’s just me. Good game overall.
  • Great game

    By RAB654
    I enjoy Gardenscapes.
  • Give a little...

    By Donmcalta
    Come on! The game requires too many stars to do a task. It takes too many moves. First you need stars to call. Then you need stars to order. Then you need stars to open the box. Then you need stars to put it some place. Also when we are awarded time to play ie 30 minutes 1 hour etc. we should be allowed to bank that time. And use it when we want
  • I’m a sister to two

    By AZeisler
    I absolutely love this game and play it in all my spare time.📱
  • Useless tasks

    By 1234Gal
    I enjoy playing the game and the additional of the lawnmower is really enjoyable but I am tired of the useless tasks like sending away for a short to be cleaned, paying for a phone call.
  • Fun!

    By Burg rose
    Love the game and varying levels - do spend money in app but it is very enjoyable and forces you to think through play. Love to win and surprise rewards! I wish they would offer more coin rewards like they used to. I am happy that the changes made to time of task completion and that prizes and rewards are easier to attain. I like the events are more consistent allowing you to get more prizes. For me it is challenging and enjoy the competitions against others! at times i do spend money to keep going. However with the free play you can win, I've also played days on end with no money outlay. One of few games I've stayed with! Forces you to think ahead on how to break level to get ahead which is awesome critical thinking build.
  • Racist and Offensive

    By AmberSock
    I used to love this game but had to quit after coming across Master Akita, the East Asian expert who speaks like Yoda. This is one of the most racially insensitive games I’ve ever come across in my life