Manic Mechanics

  • Online Co-Op: 4 Players
  • Couch Co-Op: 4 Players
  • LAN Co-Op: 4 Players
  • + Co-Op Campaign
  • + Combo Co-Op
Manic Mechanics Escapes Onto Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam
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Manic Mechanics Escapes Onto Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam

Team up with friends to repair cars in this fast-paced and charming party game.

Last year, 4J Studios, the makers of Minecraft: Console Edition, released a car-themed twist on Overcooked called Manic Mechanics. The gameplay was great, but being a Switch exclusive, the game could have looked and run a little better. That's no longer a problem, thankfully, because Manic Mechanics has finally arrived on all the other big platforms. It supports 4-player local and online co-op, and it promises lots of party-style fun.

Manic Mechanics takes place on an island that specializes in car repairs. Players will drive around the island's five unlockable areas on go karts, searching for collectibles and interactive elements, and stopping to play a variety of increasingly hectic and creative levels.

Manic Mechanics

Every level features a conveyor belt that delivers an endless stream of parts, and constant deliveries of disabled cars. The repair team must grab parts from the conveyor, prepare them at the appropriate station, and then put them on the designated car.

Each part station has its own minigame to complete before the part can be installed, such as rapidly pressing a button or holding the analog stick in the proper direction for a short duration of time. The minigames can be set to skippable via the accessibility menu, so even young kids can get in on the fun.


  • Manic arcade action
  • 40 levels
  • Six unique neighbourhoods
  • Local and online couch co-op
  • Local and online versus mode

Manic Mechanics sells for $24.99 on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, and Steam.