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  • Summary: A crazy multiplayer party game in which lumberjacks try to complete tasks with nature fighting them every step of the way. Race against the clock, fight wildfires, pirates, and extremely annoying monkeys as you travel around the world and through time. Play online/local co-op and pvp or play solo.
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  1. Aug 11, 2021
    73
    Despite the somewhat mundane tasks that gamers need to complete, it is the range of environmental dangers that make Lumberhill a fun couch party game to play with family or friends. Whether you’re playing co-operatively or in competition with one another, there is a ton of enjoyment to be had. With simple controls (albeit somewhat clunky at times), cute cartoon visuals, tight level design and varied themes and environmental dangers, Lumberhill is a fun game for up to four players. When we’re all cooped up inside the house during lockdown, what better way to build up a sweat than to virtually chop down some trees and herd animals into their barns. I can almost smell the fresh outdoors just thinking about it.
  2. Jul 17, 2021
    65
    The general level-design of the levels does not manage to reinvent itself over the length and the title tends to lack punch, the fault of heroes with clumsy movements.
  3. Jun 28, 2021
    60
    Lumberhill is a great party game to break out when friends come over or for parents who want to game with their younger children. The unresponsiveness of its controls can make the game frustrating to play at times, but those who are just playing casually shouldn't have too many problems. Those who need a chaotic multiplayer title could do a lot worse that Lumberhill's goofy lumberjack antics.
  4. Jul 23, 2021
    50
    Lumberhill is close to being a great co-op experience, but control issues and some frustrating design decisions make it tough to recommend.
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  1. Jun 24, 2021
    0
    no players, no sales, game is dead and forgotten the next day after the launch. but they have showed it at the show! what a success.

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    no players, no sales, game is dead and forgotten the next day after the launch. but they have showed it at the show! what a success.

    for your future titles - if you deliver the game to influencers, you usually have more players and better launch stats.
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  2. Oct 6, 2021
    0
    4 (four) daily players on steam. This is everything you should know about this "co-op" "multiplayer" game.