ShackStream: Working for a living with Good Job

Today we're working our way up the corporate ladder with the latest indie release for the Nintendo Switch, Good Job!

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While none of us are probably missing corporate structure or dead-end jobs too much right now, there's something to be said for a hard day's work. So, today I thought it would be fun to jump into the world of Good Job and take a more humorous look at the toil that is office work. The game revolves around solving environment-based puzzles to accomplish tasks. One office might need a new projector installed, or maybe their wifi is down and you need to reconnect it. It's up to the players to find the right paths to get those wires connected and office supplies delivered all while causing humorous mishaps and insane accidents that would have several employees filing for worker's comp if this were the real world. 

We’ll be going live with Good Job over on the Shacknews Twitch channel around 4:30pm PT/7:30pm ET today. You’re welcome to join us over on our Twitch page if you want to get in on the chat and cheer me on as I attempt to git'er done in corporate America. You’re also welcome to just stick around here and catch all the action in our embedded player. And be sure to check out the rest of our Good Job coverage for a more in-depth look at the game.

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