Who says you need a license to drive… or to return a customer’s car in one piece. Very Very Valet ignores these requirements and embraces the chaos born from co-op party games wholeheartedly. Shown during Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase, Toyful Games has taken the idea of being a valet attendant and added some very, very loose requirements and crazy puzzle mechanics (fitting in quite nicely with other co-op party games/general chaos causing simulators like Overcooked, Moving Out, and Good Job!). 

 

 

1 to 4 players control an “elite” team of puppet valets, working together to overcome any and all valet-related challenges.  It’s going to take teamwork and a certain “just park it anywhere” mentality to save the world from a severe parking crisis!  It’s not enough to just be a valet – be a VERY VERY VALET.

Madcap Couch Co-op

Valet alone or with friends!  Up to four players can work together to solve this severe parking shortage.  Help each other and hitch a ride, or cause chaos launching your fellow valets wildly – the choice is yours!

No License Necessary

Driving has never been easier – just point and go!  Accessible driving controls allow anyone to quickly become a valet, with plenty of hidden techniques for mastering your valet game and cornering the market.

The World is your Parking Lot

Show off your car corralling skills in over 20 unique levels!  You’ll be helping out customers in a variety of locations and scenarios – city streets, cliffsides, bowling alleys, airports, and even trainyards.

Become a Very Very Valet

Join this elite squad of valets!  Whatever the parking need, Very Very Valets are ready to accept the call.  Grab your friends and leave no car unattended!

 

Arriving very, very soon on Nintendo Switch via the Nintendo eShop, you’ll be able to experience the joys of being a Very Very Valet in early 2021.

 

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Written by Jennifer Burch

Illustrator, designer, writer and big Nintendo geek, you can find Jennifer with an N3DS within reach 24/7. As the oldest of three, she has survived many Mario Party, Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart sessions intact in addition to getting her brothers hooked on some really weird games. (Cubivore anyone?)

Jennifer Burch