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Unpacking A Unique Meditative And Relaxing Game Now On Switch

Unpacking lets you unfold your inner zen now also available on Nintendo Switch.

Every morning after my routine cleanup of my office here at myPotatoGames, I look forward to playing a video game, or two… three. To continue my morning trend, I couldn’t think of a better game than Unpacking stress and getting immersed in a virtual world where one can continue their routine by neatly and effortlessly storing away items. Unpacking is a game that lets you do exactly that!

Unpacking may seem like an odd concept at first glance, storing away items and essentially cleaning things up might satisfy your OCD but does it make for a satisfying and fun game experience?

The game captures a feeling that most people have experienced in one way or another. When you move to a new location, you will essentially start on a fresh slate, a clean space to store your things neatly, perfectly – just like a store shelf. 

Unpacking starts at the point where you open your moving boxes with all your gems and goodies inside of it. You will be tasked with the compulsive need to store away everything you have brought with you. Calmly and as slowly as you’d like. That feeling of a fresh start, clean and so neat is what Unpacking tries to capture. 

The sounds and satisfying snap ins make playing this game just as relaxing as can be.

Unpacking Release Date

Unpacking is now available on Steam for PC and on the Nintendo Switch eShop, allowing you to curl up in your bed or on your favorite couch with a blanket to enjoy this meditative game.

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myPotatoGames was founded out of our huge love for Animal Crossing, besides spending a lot of time taking care of my virtual village I enjoy painting, creating things or looking up funny and cute dog pictures on the internet. My preferred office location is somewhere on a remote island, in the middle of the South Pacific.

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