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Posted 30th Jul 2020

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Become a certified removals master in this action, puzzle, physics based moving simulator that brings new meaning to "couch co-op".

In Moving Out players can train alone or with friends to learn the do’s and don'ts of moving furniture. Expect plot twists, irreverent humour, cameos and borderline trademark infringing scenarios. You thought moving was dull, think again!



Features:

  • Co-op: Enjoy the game solo as an independent contractor or team up with some friends for the full story mode. Up to four players can cosy up on the couch together and argue over the best way to move…. a couch.
  • Action: Players will learn the ropes in a series of increasingly precarious and fantastical instructional lessons. These span everything from unloading unwanted office supplies to smuggling giraffes out of the zoo.
  • Puzzles: How freight gets from one place to another is entirely up to players, so toss the manual out the window and get creative. Break down the walls, throw things, and use technology like portals and ray guns.
  • Physics: Don't know the perfect trajectory to throw a refrigerator through a window? You will!
  • Themes: If you can move a couch, then you can move a couch in space. Moving Out will take players on a journey through some incredibly unconventional moving scenarios.
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Been playing this with my little girl, funnier than overcooked but still as infuriating especially when trying to co-ordinate a settee move. Heat Op
Fun for a short while imo, but no way near as good as the classic Overcooked/2.
Controls are a little floaty, not as precise and to get gold times is a joke. Some of the levels based off hit films / TV series are pretty fun but I gave up when it came to the farm, couldn't take anymore.
vig1lante30/07/2020 08:37

Fun for a short while imo, but no way near as good as the classic …Fun for a short while imo, but no way near as good as the classic Overcooked/2.Controls are a little floaty, not as precise and to get gold times is a joke. Some of the levels based off hit films / TV series are pretty fun but I gave up when it came to the farm, couldn't take anymore.


I’ve only played a few levels, I think it was the demo, what TV shows and films are some of the levels based on please? This has piqued my interest, I’ve preferred Overcooked so haven’t bought this......(...yet)
Mr.Nutts30/07/2020 09:03

I’ve only played a few levels, I think it was the demo, what TV shows and f …I’ve only played a few levels, I think it was the demo, what TV shows and films are some of the levels based on please? This has piqued my interest, I’ve preferred Overcooked so haven’t bought this......(...yet)


There's a few TV show apartments I believe (I can't remember which) and a house that's based off the one in Ferris Bueller's Day Off with the car.
This is one of those games like Overcooked which is a good test of how close you are in a relationship. If you manage to repress your unbridled rage at your partner struggling to move a digital sofa, you are probably still in that "polite" part of your relationship where you haven't really "let your guard down" yet.
If, however, you have been together some time and are more open about your grievances with each other, you are more likely to experience a similar thing to my wife and I.

"HOLD X YOU T**T!"

"YOU'VE LET THAT F****** CHICKEN BACK OUT OF THE VAN AGAIN HAVEN'T YOU, YOU ABSOLUTE D***"

"WILL YOU MOVE THAT BL***Y FLAMINGO SO I CAN FIT THIS PLANT IN THERE?"

It's great!
Edited by: "Nicholas_B" 30th Jul
Assist mode makes this way easier, nowhere near as fun as Overcooked and less likely to rage even without Assist mode.
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