Refresh this page to be sure you have the latest. This version expires May 15, 2024. The version is 2.00b16. There should be an updated one soon.
The app allows you to work with items from downloaded SPP Lite Habitat files. You can also save your items into an inventory folder on your computer and you can send your latest creation to your profile page on the Habi Makeover Community site.
If you haven't updated since before March, 2023, you must uninstall the old Beta version, because this one uses a new certificate, since the old certificate expired. You'll know if you get a message saying "The application cannot be installed due to a certificate problem. The certificate does not match the installed application certificate, does not support application upgrades, or is invalid."
Sorry for the inconvenience. On Windows, go to "Add or delete programs" and uninstall the old Habi Makeover Beta before installing this new one. You won't lose any information.
⚠ If you get a blue warning window saying "Windows protected your PC" stopping an unrecognized app from starting, click "More info" and "Run anyway". Apps that you get directly from this site are safe, even though they don't contain publisher information.
Before updating Habi Makeover, you may need to update your Adobe AIR runtime. This is likely the case if you are getting a "file is damaged" message. On the AIR runtime download page, scroll to the bottom and get the "AIR runtime including WebKit."
To install or update Habi Makeover, right-click and save the appropriate one of
the following files, then manually install it by double-clicking the file where you
saved it. (The Flash version is not working at the moment, so the Pet Salon can't be used.
I will update once I get it working.)
This allows you to use Flash for HMO on Windows past the End of Life date. Please contact Neil if you are using a Mac.
You will receive a warning similar to the following:
The installer warns that you should only install from sources that you trust. As long as you have downloaded or installed from habimakeover.com, you should feel confident that the program is perfectly safe for your computer.
At some point, you may also receive a warning from any firewall program that you have.
In my computer, I use ZoneAlarm, so I got one like this:
The program needs to access the Internet (both sending and receiving) in order to work properly, so you should allow this access. It needs these permissions in order to verify your user number and PIN, to send finished habitats to the website, and to access the item name lookup function. It also needs to be able to start SPP Lite and you may get a warning about that.
If you are getting an error message saying "Installer file is damaged" try turning off your anti-virus program temporarily. If the problem is not solved by that, follow the steps on the following page: What to do if you are getting a "File is damaged" error.