Fixer Upper: The Game
Fixer Upper - The Game
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Release Date(s)
February 29, 2017
Age Rating(s)
Genre(s) Designer

Fixer Upper: The Game is based on the show Fixer Upper. It stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, their kids, and Clint Harp. It is a home renovation game that lets you play as most of the people in the show.


Chip Gaines

Chip Gaines is one of the two main characters in the game. He has dirty blonde hair and a huge sense of humor. He is the character you play as during the Intro, House Tours, Demo Day, Reno Period, Reveal, and Outtakes.

Joanna Gaines

Joanna Gaines is one of the two main characters in the game. She has black hair and is very creative. She is the character you play as during the Intro, House Tours, Extra Money, Staging, Reveal, and Outtakes.


The four children of Chip and Joanna Gaines are only playable in the Intro and Staging segments of the game.

Clint Harp

Clint is the woodcrafter for Chip and Joanna Gaines. He is only playable in the Crafting and Staging segments of the game. He is only playable elsewhere in the episode "The Harp Family".


The clients are different in every "episode" of the game. Each episode is based on their last name. They are only playable in The Final Tour segments.


Each episode takes about 35 minutes each. Some episodes have extra parts, but they all consist of 10 segments, the Intro, the House Tours, Demo Day, Extra Money, the Reno Period, the Staging, the Reveal, the Final Tour, and the Outtakes. Each episode has 25 different endings. If you view each ending, you get to have the clients visit Magnolia Farms to buy things. It is impossible to not fulfill their request at least 75%, otherwise you get fired and one of four people will walk into the scene, either Tarek Moussa, Jonathan Scott, Hilary Farr, or Nicole Curtis, to take over the project. After each episode, you get at most $5,000 dollars, an upgrade to Magnolia Farms, and a new episode.

"The McNamee Family"

Based on the first episode of the show, Doug and Lacy McNamee want a new home in Castle Heights for $250,000 or less. To get the path in the aired episode, have the McNamees choose The House on Castle and with the extra $5,000, choose to renovate the Office Space. However, this is not mandatory, as their are 25 options for each episode. Once unlocking every ending, the McNamees come to Magnolia Farms to buy a lamp for $95. The add-in installed after this episode is a dual checkout. This episode unlocks "The Hooper Family".