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    Ready, Steady, Ship! – A Couch-Coop Delight About Fixing Wacky Factory Conveyer Lines Is Out Now

    Untold Tales and solo developer Jollybits Games have announced the release of Ready, Stead, Ship! On PC, PlayStation and Switch.

    Ready, Steady, Ship! is a chaotic couch co-op delight where players team up and use various tools and equipment to rebuild the most convoluted and questionably designed factory conveyor belts. A minor delay in certification means the Xbox version of the game will launch on May 3rd, 2024.

    While Ready, Steady, Ship! is best played in 2 players co-op with a friend, an entire single-player campaign with stages tweaked or totally redesigned to be completed on your own is also included.


    Multiple Tools, Various Solutions
    As you progress you’ll be given all manner of tools, equipment, and conveyor parts to overcome obstacles. Forklifts, cranes, springboard conveyor belts, packing foam dispensers, the list goes on and on

    The Factory Keeps Getting Weirder
    From acid pools, space vacuums to rooftop gaps to clear, or just outright chaos on the floor. As you progress, the factory will throw tougher challenges at you with more complex conveyor belt builds.

    2 Player Couch Co-op Delight
    Grab a buddy and get this line moving double time! NOTE: This game supports local couch co-op on consoles only while Steam has the adder use of Remote Play Together via PC. There is no dedicated online multiplayer mode. The game also has a dedicated single-player campaign.

    Easy and Responsive Controls
    Ready, Steady, Ship! is built around responsive yet simple controls, so almost anyone can quickly and easily join the fun.

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