Includes a new mover, four new dance moves and more
If you love high-tension co-op games like Overcooked, Team17's other multiplayer game, Moving Out - by SMG Studio, might be worth a look. We rather enjoyed the game, when it first arrived in April - awarding it seven out of ten stars - but said it was a shame there wasn't more to sink our teeth...
A developer's perspective after 3 years of experimenting
The success of Switch has led to a sea change in the way Nintendo approaches digital sales. While deep discounts on first-party titles are unlikely to materialise any time soon, it's now relatively common to see the company's big-name evergreen games with 1/3 off their normal price. Other...
We speak to Dotemu, Image & Form, SMG Studio and Playtonic Games
Most of you reading this will have encountered some sort of social restrictions over the past month or so due to the COVID-19 pandemic the world is currently experiencing. While security measures designed to combat the spread of the coronavirus vary on a per-country basis, necessary...
Making the move
Here are the most dreaded five words in the English language: “Can you help me move?” So hey, why not make a video game about it? Australian developer SMG is doing just that with its upcoming Switch game, titled Moving Out. It takes the concept of helping people move and puts it on its head... and its side, and its face, and...
Ever fancied becoming a removalist? Well, now you can when the chaotic "simulator" Moving Out shows up on the Switch and multiple other platforms at some point in 2020. The game is a collaboration between the Aussie studio SMG (Death Squared) and Swedish studio, DevM Games (Extreme Forklifting 2). In the latest update, it