The rise of the simulator game is perhaps one of the largest areas of growth in the gaming industry. What started with the quirky and odd Farming Simulators, moved through the genuinely enjoyable Euro Truck Simulator, has now ended with this. A game that probably insults the entirety of gaming by naming it such. If the programmer had mashed the keyboard with their forehead for a fortnight, likely they would have created something more worthy of the title 'game'.

A really off-beat simulator game. HILARIOUS you think. This will be great to stream, maybe make some Youtube content and show to a few friends, right? No. Not even slightly. This is by far the worst of a mediocre bunch. You glide around a warehouse on a vaguely fork-lift shaped texture and attempt to mindlessly spear pallets of various products before dumping them in a car park. Now that we have covered the content of the game, let us move onto some other glaring flaws and faults.

If you are to drive too closely to any shelving inside the warehouse, you will become inextricably wedged and need to restart the level. If you decide 'hey, let's spice this up by mowing down shoppers' you will be heavily disappointed by your ability to plough straight through them without so much as a batted eyelid. You drive 2 fork lifts, total. That's the entire range and scope of the game. A few levels, an insultingly priced DLC and a general feeling of discomfort that you have somehow encouraged this developer to create a sequel.

The rise of the simulator game is perhaps one of the largest areas of growth in the gaming industry. What started with the quirky and odd Farming Simulators, moved through the genuinely enjoyable Euro Truck Simulator, has now ended with this. A game