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[Switch] Moving Out $49.04 Delivered @ Amazon AU


Just dropped in price by $7.35 since the last deal.

Developed by SMG Studios in Melbourne/Sydney.

For those who prefer the Physical Copy of the game. (PS: Digital Copy is only $37.50)

  • 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

Edit 30/5: Dropped to $49.04 (from $49.99)

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.

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  • +1

    Grabbed a copy cheers, this'll do nicely in our games night of friendship hating games :)

  • +8

    If you have an Xbox One, it’s also on Xbox Game Pass (paid subscription).

  • +5

    Can barely ever justify the cost of a non exclusive on switch, especially when I'm now home 99% of the time and can just play it on PC for almost half that price.

    • I thought about this too except I'd have to get 3 other controllers for 4P mode. On my Switch I've already got all my joycons ready to go.

      • I just pair my many PS3/PS4/USB controllers

  • +4

    Been playing a couple of hours of this with the wife and kids each night, and then finding me and wife playing for another hour or so once the kids have gone to bed.

    Great game, good fun (and made in Melbourne!). Not sure I'd drop $50 on a casual title though, but Nintendo pricing has always been crazy (I've got it on Game Pass).

    I'd drop $30 on it without thinking, but $50 seems a bit rich.

    • +1

      $50 seems a bit rich.

      Very fitting for a 'rich' nation which we live in :)

      • That's definitely what the game publishers of the world seem to think

    • Its only $30ish on the eshop.

  • +6

    this aint a 50$ game

    • +4

      I have it and really like it, but $50 is too much.

  • +2

    big fan of overcooked but tried this game on Xbox, can hardly get into it, dunno why

    • Yeah same, except I played the Switch demo from the eShop. It's the controls that ruin it for me.
      Why is 'R' the button to pick up and put things down, why not 'A'! It makes it really hard to play for longer than a few minutes when sharing a pair of joy-cons on Switch. From what I could tell you can't change this in the game settings, so you'd have to remap the controls from the Switch home menu, but stuff doing that just to play this game (first world problem, I know).

      For lack of a better word, this game feels very "janky". It's really not up to the same standards as Overcooked, and it's a shame. Nonetheless, it is fine.
      Personally, I'm going to wait for an eShop sale. $50 is ridiculous, and $37.50 is just a bit much.

    • Agreed. I LOVE Overcooked (I personally think it is legitimately amongst the best games of all time! Seriously!). And I was pretty hyped for Moving Out. But in my opinion, it is nowhere near as good.

      I feel like Overcooked is more of a puzzle game in arcade/action clothing, while Moving Out is more an arcade/action game with some strategic elements. Like there is strategy in choosing the right order, and optimising what tasks are done together or separately, and planning your route. But it just doesn't have the same level of "optimising processes" as Overcooked.

      I feel like with Moving Out, it's MOSTLY about navigating the obstacle course. Whereas with Overcooked, the obstacles were only a small part of it (to give more variation), rather than the core gameplay – which was all about the processes.

      I also found the controls in Moving Out annoying/unintuitive. (To be fair, the controls in Overcooked are not really anything to write home about either!)

      To put into perspective, wife nagged me to play Overcooked and to buy Overcooked 2! Same wife got bored of Moving Out after 1 or 2 levels - hasn't wanted to play it again. Make of that what you will.

      I'll try to give it another go on Game Pass, and will probably end up buying on Switch when it's cheaper - but it's by no means a must by for me like Overcooked is!

      Just my 2c.

  • +1

    Yeah, not at this price. $30 is where it is at!

  • +4

    Love this game - can't believe it was made in Melbourne too. Digital copy at $37.50 is a decent deal!

    • Wwooooooooooooo support the local industry!

  • +3

    The price is close to a triple A game. Indie has come a long way.

    • +3

      Switch tax. Agree with second point though.

  • Great family game, love it in 4 player mode.

  • FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF - literally <12hrs after I paid the higher price for it.

    • I guess it's already shipped? If not you may be able to cancel and reorder.

      • Yeah mate. It's out the door. I'll just wait for the other six games to drop in price now to complete the misery ;-)

  • TIP: If it shows as OUT OF STOCK, just refresh and try again.

  • -1

    This is $37.50 on the eShop, not sure why you'd buy physical over digital for a game like this.

    • +2

      I believe it’s for
      - resell value
      - easy way to share with you 2nd switch or your friends
      - support physical release in general and to support small developer’s physical releases in particular
      - collectible value (some people)

      Most of the time physical copies are cheaper because of natural market competition while digital store is a “monopoly”.

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