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[Switch] Tools up! $4.49 @ Nintendo eShop


Lowest price ever for this Switch co-op party game. Similar to Moving Out and Overcooked but has mixed reviews.

Demo available so I suggest you try before you buy.

Download size: 1.968 GB
Metacritic: 62 (6.3 User Score)

Renovate like there’s no tomorrow! Gather your friends in this intense couch co-op about home renovation.

Home renovation has never been so much fun!
It is hard, messy work. But you don’t have to work alone in this crazy couch co-op! Join up to three friends, sit down (or not) and start a wild renovation party!

Meet a crew of renovators eager to get their job done. But most accidents happen at home: can you work effectively when there’s spilled paint on the floor and a pool of lava around the apartment?

Paint walls, tear off wallpapers and follow the blueprints. Lead a building crew and make sure everyone knows their tasks—or don’t cooperate at all. Hear your friends scream in 3, 2, 1…

Race against the clock as you renovate the apartments, chase delivery men and earn a star (or maybe even stars) for each level! Complete tasks to unlock more challenging missions. Hint: teamwork is the key.

Let Tools Up! show you that simple controls and a Party Mode will party up every party! So grab your controllers and remember the first rule of Tools Up!—work hard and play hard!

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  • Is this like Overcooked?

    • Man, I’m waiting for an Overcooked All You Can Eat deal!!!

    • +1

      It's the same concept as overcooked, but it's a little more haphazard and controls aren't as polished. Not as satisfying as overcooked when you finish a hard level. Weve played a bunch of other coop games and overcooked seems to be the better of the lot

      • Agree with every single word.

        Try Demo.
        Overcooked is a "gold standard".

        Tools Up
        Moving Out
        Out of space

        these 3 games are lower quality compared to Overcooked but they are still playable.

  • +4

    Tried the demo of this a few months back but to me it felt very janky, in movement and button response.

    So I think even at this price I will pass on it

    Thanks for posting tho

    • Yeah same.

      Fiancee and I tried the demo and liked it, but then it just very quickly wore thin after we bought it and haven't touched it since.

  • How does this compare to Moving Out?

  • +2

    Cheers op. As others pointed out, it's not on overcooked level in terms of controller (after playing the demo), but worth buying at this price imo as it's entertaining enough.

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