Wilmot’s Warehouse

Last updated on June 5th, 2023 at 01:10 pm

Wilmot’s Warehouse


Wilmot’s Warehouse is one of the best $4.99 to play game in the App Store.
Developed by Finji, LLC, Wilmot’s Warehouse is a Puzzle game with a content rating of 4+.
It was released on 20th May 2020 with the latest update 19th November 2021

Whether you are a fan of Puzzle, Family, games, you will find this game interesting and will absolutely like it.


56 people have rated 1.0.7

You can download the game Wilmot’s Warehouse from APP STORE.


Wilmot’s Warehouse is a puzzle game about keeping a warehouse running in tip-top shape. You play as Wilmot, a hard working warehouse employee tasked with pushing, sorting and stacking a variety of products. Over time more and more truckloads of these products will arrive, gradually filling up the warehouse. How you arrange them all is entirely up to you – organize by color, type, the Dewey Decimal System, or some wild format that only you understand – it’s all good! Just remember where you put everything, because when the service hatch opens, you’ll need to find the things people want quickly, in order to earn the coveted Performance Stars required for all manner of labor-saving upgrades.


  • Unique relaxing gameplay.
  • 500 possible products to stock.
  • All manner of upgrades and perks.
  • Sublime electronic music to listen to while you decide whether wellington boots belong in the footwear section, or with the umbrellas.

Updated on 19th November 2021

Compatibility fixes.

Wilmot’s Warehouse Reviews

Really one of the most chill games we’ve tried, well made and funny. We loved the ending. Wish there were more content. We’ll watch this dev and buy their next one.

This is a great game! We love the way the whole game flows. And the puzzling movements as Wilmot navigates through the wares. To be honest, this game is underrated, it should have way better reveiws. Anyway, hope this game gets better reviews, peace!

We dont get why people are complaining about controls, the swipe and hold to move works pretty well to get around. The game is pretty relaxing and helps us destress.

We really like this gameon pc. We downloaded this game on our phone after beating it twice on our PC. We thought it would be the same game but there are some things that we would like to see on the IOS version that are on pc, such as how you can rotate while moving, how you can basically move diagonally, and how you can start attaching blocks away from you. We also noticed the colors arent as vibrant, the joystick seems to be a little small and invisible. Thank you for making this great game and we really enjoy it. Sorry if this seems needy we would just really like these changes. Thanks!

Has potential but the controls are horrible. Please fix it.

Love the game but would love you to add controller support.

Incredibly cute. Perfect control scheme, though you should include in the tutorial that you can hold drag to walk, we spent way too long swiping one step at a time.

-Im the type of person who stops playing games because of controls. -Saw the horrible control reviews -Hunger for inventory management was overwhelming & bought it anyways – Controls are fine, just takes a second to get used to, as does everything else in life. – Gets easier with upgrades – Its a minimalist game, so Im also not sure why reviews are attacking visuals? If youre a puzzler/inventory person like us, then dont hesitate!

Fun game and cute graphics we’ve heard people saying that the controls dont work well but for us they work fine definitely play if you like to organize!

Like any game (or anything at all) it takes a few minutes to figure out how best to play. Once youve done a few rounds the controls are intuitive and delightful. We are very confused about the reviews slamming this game for the graphics, as the reason we downloaded it in the first place is for the delightfully simple visuals. The game is minimal in an intentional way, and we enjoy the contrast between the colorful combinations of the icons and the line drawing of the warehouse and its inhabitants. Lovely game for passing the time while listening to an audiobook. Its a simple but enjoyable concept and once youve gotten the idea its a perfect companion for audiobooks for podcasts.

Not sure how some people are struggling with the controls.. On an iPhone 11 Pro Max & the controls are smooth & the gameplay itself is very very entertaining & fun!! If you have $5 & are looking for a very simple, addicting game to pass time… This is it.

Its basically information architecture: the game, and its delightful. Controls are a bit odd at first but they become natural once you play for a bit. We do wish PC-equivalent keyboard controls for the Apple Smart Keyboard were supported thoughwould be much more relaxing and probably easier to control.

Not sure why others are having a hard time with the controls? Are they the best ever? Nope. If you play mobile games often, will you quickly get used to the controls? Absolutely. They really couldn’t be simpler.

We downloaded this game a few days before a voluntary surgery, as to occupy the time spent in a hospital bed. It did not disappoint. Intentionally or not, this game taps straight into the needs and interests of neurodivergent people such as myself The game is laid back, but the timed challenges keep you just engaged enough. The premise is exactly the kind of thing we can zone out to for hours. Its like it was made for us. We understand other users qualms with the controls of the game. We are playing on an iPhone 7, and though the game is thoroughly playable, the controls have their flaws; namely its extremely easy to mix together inputs intended for movement and inputs intended for picking up/putting down blocks. However, this is purely an inevitable symptom of mobile games, and we cant think of a solution that doesnt include dropping a joystick or set of buttons in the way of the screen, and we fully understand why the game developer may not want clunky controls like that. Part of the aesthetic is the simplicity, after all. Because this seems to be an irreparable symptom of the games platform, its no reason to lower our rating. The developer doesnt have many options to fix it. We think this flaw would be completely nonexistent in a port of the game through a device with more volatile controls Perhaps the desktop, or we could even imagine it operating well on game consoles like the Nintendo Switch But of course development and adaptation like that takes a lot of time and money. Its only theoretical. Overall, great game. We hope the developer continues to update this game, as Id hate to see it lost to time. You have great potential when it comes to game design.

Nerdy game for people who like organizing.

A really great premise that is desperately crying out for controller support.

We play mobile games A LOT so the reviewer that said the controls arent bad if you play a lot of mobile games… Blah blah blah well dude, you are wrong. It is hard to control the little square guy and half the time you slide right on by the spot you need to be or accidentally drop the products you picked up or you THINK you dropped them but you didnt and keep clicking on them trying to figure out if you actually have them or not before moving and we can keep on going… The point is, the controls arent the best. Im not sure how they could even be fixed. Its just the space is tight in the warehouse so theres not a lot of room to make mistakes so it gets frustrating. We saw this game being played on YouTube by AppUnwrapper and it looked fun so we went and bought it. Its not a game we play every day, but its a decent game that is good for people that like to organize things and such. Would we buy it again, no, because its not really fun to us. It is almost like a chore. Sorry, but thats just how we feel about the game. And the price is a little steep. We can see paying $1.99 or even $2.99 but the $4.99 is a little much. We would say just give the game a try but you cant try before you buy, but at least go on YouTube and watch someone else play it and see if its for you or not. Especially before you shell out $5 for a game you wont really like.

When we try to open the game on our iPhone it crashes so we cant play it but we can play it on our iPad so can you please fix this because its useless on our phone.

Cute puzzle game that looked to be relaxing and fun when we noticed it on the App Store. It has potential, but that potential is overshadowed entirely by the most frustrating control scheme we’ve ever seen implemented into a game. Developer: did you play this before you released it? And if so, what made you think the controls were a good idea? Youll spend the majority of your time sliding past, back, and past your mark again and again. We completed the tutorial, then quit during the first level in frustration after the 11th attempt to drop our loads in the intended location. If it ever gets an update to the controls, Ill give it another shot. But until then, this is a hard pass.

This looked like such a simple, calm game of sorting. We were quickly frustrated because the little character you control refuses to respond to your gestures in any meaningful way. He moves too fast, or too slow, or in the wrong direction. We spent all our energy just trying to get it to go in the direction we wanted, rather than enjoying the game. Did not think it would be a dexterity game.

We were excited to see this game featured on the app store. We love puzzle games and we like supporting developers who charge one price for their game and don’t have IAPs or ads left and right. This game has tons of potential. The controls are maddening. We kept wondering if we were doing something wrong. You touch the screen even a little and your character slides straight to the other side at full speed. The sensitivity needs major adjustment or a totally different control scheme (tapping on the objects to go to them). What could be a fun, relaxing game is making us want to pull our hair out in the tutorial. Very disappointing.

Tedious and boring and small. Goodbye $5.

To begin with, the concept is both simple and entertaining. You manage a warehouse where more and more goods are delivered each round and you have to arrange them so you can find them quickly enough when the customers come looking for them. Thats the good part. Now for the bad parts. The controls are horrible. A great deal of the difficulty comes in sliding right past the items back and forth until you are finally close enough to grab them. Then you move the items, but you have to keep going back to pick them up again as you accidentally drop them with the awful interface. Finally, the visuals are very simplistic. The whole game doesnt look very appealing. It is sufficient to get the job done, but if youre looking for polish, youre looking at the wrong game. Overall, if they fixed the controls, this could be a four star game, but in its current version it really isnt ready for release yet.

We have an updated iPhone 12, this app just won’t load. Half the time it crashes, the other half it gets stuck on the loading screen.

Is fun the first 10 minutes, then it gets really annoying. The pase of the game is super slow.

This game is great. However it is unplayable due to the movement mechanics. This would otherwise be four or five stars, however as it stands this game is impossible to play. This should not happen with a game that is five dollars. Please just add a joystick.

Game was so easy finished it in 2 days. Game ends stupidly when you collect all 200 different boxes. For what you charged couldnt have made the game longer in length or at least a little harder. Thanks for showing us what it is like to run an Amazon fulfillment center. Reach out to us and we can tell you how to improve the game at least 10 fold to make it last longer and/or be more difficult.

Too difficult to start not worth aggravation.

We have tried on multiple devices and with both a stylus and finger. Its nearly impossible to get things not to slide past the desired mark. We are ready to try it again and enjoy the concept when this gets fixed. Or perhaps gets better instructions if more specific, nuanced movements are necessary to produce the desired result.

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