Moving Out is a ridiculous physics-based moving simulator that brings new meaning to “couch co-op”!

Are you ready for an exciting career in furniture? As a newly certified Furniture Arrangement & Relocation Technician, you’ll take on moving jobs all across the busy town of Packmore. Smooth Moves may not be the biggest moving company, but there’s no task too dangerous or strange for this busy team of go-getters. Grow your business to brave new heights, recruit colourful customizable characters, and save your town from furniture peril

Moving Out performs a seemingly impossible balancing act. It’s both a challenging couch co-op physics puzzler, and yet it’s completely accessible to everyone sat on that couch, regardless of their video game experience. Moving Out is fun, it’s frivolous, it’s joyful and it will have you laughing from beginning to end. Who could ask for more?

Moving Out is one of the best games that the couch co-op party game genre has seen and I implore you to play it, especially during the current times that we’re going through. There was a moment where my girlfriend and I were quickly hurrying to carry our last few pieces of furniture to the truck, but kept running into obstacles (a level full of rakes), and what started as small giggles quickly evolved into uncontrollable laughter. It’s these kind of moments that makes games like this a success, and Moving Out delivers greatly in this regard.

Moving Out is a home-grown indie effort that quite literally embodies the best of couch co-op. If you’re a fan of multiplayer experiences like Overcooked and Tools Up, this is a game to pick up – especially if you have a group of friends or family to join in the entertaining chaos.

It is good not to expect from Moving Out more than what it can offer: a light pastime, with an adequate amount of content for the size of a modest production.

Moving Out is a gem of an action puzzler but is a little bit too light on content to be a true co-op classic.

Moving has never been so funny. Team17 offers an irreverent and crazy adventure for the whole family whit his new party game. The perfect choice for a co-op experience but an unexpressed potential for his single player campaign.

Its gameplay loop is easy to understand but hard to master, throwing new obstacles at your around every corner, it just doesn’t have the chaotic magic that made the Overcooked games special.

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