Good Job! hits Nintendo Shelves

 

Announced and released immediately during the March 26, 2020 Nintendo Direct Mini, Good Job! puts you in whimsical office situations, usually ones in which you’re tasked with some sort of logistical activity. Move this projector in place! Gather these people! Sort these boxes! It’s never entirely clear what the business does, but whatever that main work product is, you’re never touching it. It’s a satirical piece through and through, and the company is left purposefully generic. As a result, it better resonates with more players and allows for all sorts of departments with their own specialized tasks to ruin. Watch the trailer here:

 

 

Good Job! communicates through a stylish, colorful, abstracted sort of look that serves everything about the game very well. By keeping objects simple and people to stick figures, it makes the environments much more immediately legible. It also allows for a subtle whimsy and universality to the proceedings! Screenshots and videos of the game generally look like a fun thing to play, and the simple quick fun you’d expect is backed up by the design it delivers.

Physics games like this are often built around frustration. Often, that comes with the engine simulating too much and making things more difficult. Good Job! hedges its bets a bit on that. It allows for silly physics sometimes, but implements lock-on systems for the sorts of things you need to do a lot, like plugging in a thing or getting someone seated in a chair. It’s an attempt at retaining the “fun” frustration without making you too mad at the small stuff. In practice, it seems to work.

Each floor offers a certain “department” of the company, with a small set of challenges leading up to one that often combines things you’d learn on that floor. It’s a tried-and-true method of designing these things, for sure. Still, it works for the sort of pick-up-and-play experience that Paladin delivers. You could start co-op with a new player on any floor and not need too much instruction to handle it. It does get harder later in the game, but if at least one player played the previous levels and knows how objects and tools work, it’s still doable to jump in.

Good Job! is available now on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

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