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Hands-on with Lumo Deliveries, the ultra-compulsive game that isn't really a game at all

By , on July 8, 2014

In this early impressions video of Lumo Deliveries, I call it “a time-waster”, but that doesn't mean Lumo Deliveries is a waste of time.

It's a super-casual delivery game in which you build up your company from one person with a van to... well... more people with vans.

There are wait timers galore, and very little of what you might call “gameplay”, but there's a certain appeal in its visual direction and that ever-so compulsive loop of levelling up your crew.

I've done a hands-on with the game, take a look at its wheels in motion below, and when you're done there tell us how you define what a “game” is, in the comments.

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