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Good Job!™

Puzzle, Action
Climb the corporate ladder by tackling bizarre office problems in Good Job! on Nintendo Switch!
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List Price
(USD) $19.99
Release Date NA
Release Date EU
Number of Players
up to 2 players
Play Modes
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As the clumsy child of a CEO, you must climb the corporate ladder one office-themed puzzle at a time! Complete puzzles in multiple ways as you experiment with the interactive environments—a projector can be wheeled gently through an electric door…or catapulted through the wall. So toil (or tumble) your way to the top and make your father proud! Your job duties can vary from fixing the office’s internet connection to cleaning up experimental goo. You may bump into your coworkers or knock over a priceless item or two in the process, but as long as you get the job done you’re one step closer to the executive suite! True star employees can also replay stages to try to earn a higher score by maximizing speed while minimizing damages. Pass a Joy-Con™ controller to a friend (or coworker) for some help solving puzzles, divvying up tasks, or collecting in-game outfits. Whether you’re playing alone or with a friend, Good Job! turns sometimes-mundane office dealings into a puzzling and hilarious take on climbing the corporate ladder. The dress code at your father’s company is…flexible to say the least. By exploring the office’s many departments, you can find over 100 in-game outfits hidden throughout. These looks range from business casual to Viking chic, so you can leave the suit at home and let your true colors show!

User Reviews

POSTED: Mar 23, 21 @ 7:10 PM
It's a fun game. A great place to go crazy and destroy the place.

POSTED: Aug 16, 20 @ 9:48 AM
POSTED: Jul 26, 20 @ 4:40 PM
POSTED: Jul 3, 20 @ 5:18 AM
It's quite an amazing game!

POSTED: Jun 16, 20 @ 11:17 PM
POSTED: May 5, 20 @ 4:24 PM
I bought and played Good Job! after hearing various podcasts talk about it and played the whole game in co-op in two sittings that took about 6 or so hours. I had a really good time with Good Job! it was a really nice goofy game with a fun sense of humor and a simple but realized art direction. However as much as I liked the game I did have some issues that took away from the overall experience. First there is a weird consistency with the difficulty of some of the puzzles that just come out of no where and normally that wouldn't be a big issue except your required to finish all levels before going to the next floor with no way to skip them. Second there are bugs and glitches, such as clipping, that will make you have to restart levels which really hurts your enjoyment when your 20 minutes into a level and have to start again. Good Job was a really enjoyable game to play and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a short co-op experience.

POSTED: Apr 19, 20 @ 6:11 AM
Fun, simple and dumb puzzle game with a cute aesthetic. There are multiple ways of completing a mission and, honestly, the normal route is never the most fun. Unfortunately, I've encountered some bugs that ruined some levels so bad that I had to restart them (and some can take 30+min.). Also, this game is meant to be played with a friend, going into it solo can be a bit boring.

Guest Date: May 15, 2021 @ 08:26 AM