There's very little moving going on in the world right now (much less shaking), but luckily, you can still spend a few hours each evening explaining to your friends how to rotate a dining table to your left.
Moving Out, the latest game by SMG Studio (who you may recognize as the developers of Death Squared), places players in the roles of Furniture Arrangement and Relocation Technicians tasked with removing furniture from a variety of environments. Naturally, things get... a little out of control as the game goes on. While your initial jobs take place in customers' houses, you'll soon find yourself navigating moving airplanes, laboratories, and floating rock formations.
As in real life, this task would be exceptionally difficult without the help of a few, unwitting friends. Moving Out is designed primarily with co-op play in mind, forcing everyone to work together and extract furniture by carrying it, tossing it out a window, or throwing it over a river. Again, just like real life. The game was released yesterday, April 28th, so feedback has yet to arrive en masse, but if everything works as portrayed, it could serve as a potential heir to the Overcooked!/Overcooked! 2 crown.
Moving Out is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Note that the game's four player co-op is local only, but Steam versions are compatible with Steam's Remote Play program, so there is a possibility for online play. If you'd like to test it out, a demo is available on all platforms.