Unpacking is a Game Where You Do Stuff No One Wants to Do in Real Life, but It’s Super Zen

Humble Games announced they will publish the Witch Bean-developed zen puzzle game Unpacking on PC-via Steam and Humble Store in 2021.

Unpacking is a zen-puzzle game where players will have to remove items from a box after they’ve just moved in and placed the items around the house. These items include plates, cups food, bedding, clothes, everything. The style takes a pixelated look to give players a sort of retro and creative way to take on such a tedious task that no one wants to do in real life.


  • Unpack a home — from a single bedroom to an entire house
  • Meditative gameplay with no timers, meters, or score
  • Explore domestic environments with all their nooks and crannies while you stack plates, hang towels, and arrange bookshelves
  • Discover a character’s story through the items that come with her to each new home (and the items that get left behind)
  • Soundtrack by BAFTA award-winning composer and audio director Jeff van Dyck

You can watch the new trailer below:

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Azario Lopez

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