Welcome to your new job
You work in the Amazing Logistics warehouse, the robot powered e-commerce service of the future. Start by learning to drive a personalised forklift to get your driving licence. You will then begin your job as a forklift driver, collecting packages and delivering them to the truck through the working day. Be careful, the RUMBA-BOTS will zoom around the warehouse stocking up shelves and crashing into you, and could cause you to damage or break customer packages! You will work in different sections of the Amazing warehouse through multiple levels of gameplay, retrieving all sorts of products including office supplies, home furniture and decorations. Some items can easily be explode and be lost forever, while some items can just fall out of their crate. The game includes physics elements to add a challenge to the levels, and add to the simulation experience!
Additional gamemodes and experiences
- Twitch streaming minigame: We have implemented a cool minigame where streamers can play the game with their viewers and get them to influence gameplay by collecting the boxes with an easy setup!
- Racing mingiame: Race against the RUMBA-BOTS and ensure they cannot beat your powerful and speedy forklift throughout different warehouse courses!
- Oculus VR coming soon: We are developing an Oculus VR experience where players can literally sit in the driver's seat and become immersed in the experience!
- Simulation Radio: Listen to our live partnered radio station Simulation Radio live during the game to help get some fresh music live while progressing through your forklift career!
Single player experience
Forking Hell is a wonderful little game to play solo as a way to escape reality and just chill out. The chaos of the RUMBA-BOTS combined with the semi-realistic physics helps give an arcade style to the simulation genre. The game is built with controller or keyboard/mouse input to support various play-styles and preferences.
Based on a university prototype
This product was originally planned and built as part of a university class by Louis Byers in 2020.