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Get Packed Fully Loaded – Dispatching Explosive Removals Chaos on July 29


  • Get Packed Fully Loaded is coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S on July 29!
  • In Get Packed: Fully Loaded, you must help the residents of Ditchlington who have been evicted by the hostile Salt Corp Incorporated.
  • Relocating has never been so much fun!

Get Packed: Fully Loaded is the expanded edition of the couch co-op removals game that’s full of calamity and physics-based carnage for 1-4 players and is coming to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S on July 29!

So what makes Get Packed: Fully Loaded a must have game for 2021? Read on to find out more about this explosively fun removals game.

What makes Get Packed: Fully Loaded fun?

The mixture of carnage and competition between friends in Get Packed: Fully Loaded is really what makes this game fun to play. Split into teams in versus mode to see who can pack more in the time you’ve been given, play through the story and pack to save your town in campaign mode, or if you just want to break stuff and set off a bunch of fireworks then destruction mode is the one for you.

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The silly physics and sheer silliness of the scenarios that you and your friends can create are guaranteed to be a fun time with lots of laughs spread over 18 levels of explosive carnage!

What is Get Packed: Fully Loaded?

Get Packed Fully Loaded takes place in the charming town of Ditchlington, but when a greedy salt mining company takes over the town, Last Ditch Removals must handle the hostile eviction. With little time and even less caution, your ragtag removals team gets to work rapidly relocating the entire town… leaving a trail of destruction, explosions, and debris in your wake!

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The ’90s, Cats, and a Few Surprises

The ’90s backdrop and zany customizable character outfits really add some nostalgia and eccentricity to the game (and keep you looking hella’ fresh of course). The local cats aren’t the only ones who will try and make things difficult for you either, there have been rumors about hauntings over at the old Manor House for years and even some UFO sightings…

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Author: Laura Barnwell, Digital Acquisition Manager, Coatsink
This post originally appeared on Xbox Wire

Heathrow to open new terminal for red list arrivals after images of packed halls

The airport has decided to separate red list arrivals in order to avoid the spread of Covid variants in queues. Now travellers arriving from green or amber destinations won’t have to queue with people coming from high risk countries.
This past week, and since the international travel was lifted on May 17, there was a lot of criticism of the airports.

Images of packed halls and passengers coming from different destinations queueing together were shared on social media.

People were concerned that mixing passengers could increase Covid variants transmission.

Despite the new traffic light system, travellers coming from low risk countries arriving into UK airports found themselves queueing with arrivals from high risk countries.

READ MORE: Government approves Covid-19 saliva-based test

From June 1, Heathrow is launching a new terminal to avoid the spread of Covid variants.

Britain’s biggest airport is actually reopening its Terminal 3, which has been closed for the past year.

Now, those travelling from red list countries will then transit through the new terminal.

They will then go to a hotel where they will quarantine for 10 days.


Heathrow decided to do this as the volume of passengers is expected to increase in the next weeks.

The airport said that opening a dedicated terminal for red list arrivals is “logistically very challenging.”

Heathrow said in a statement: “Our hope is that it will enable Border Force to carry out its duties more efficiently as passenger volumes increase in line with the green list.

“Red list routes will likely be a feature of UK travel for the foreseeable future as countries vaccinate their populations at different rates.

“We’re adapting Heathrow to this longer-term reality by initially opening a dedicated arrivals facility in Terminal 3 from June 1st for red list passengers arriving on direct flights.”

The airport explained: “Opening this facility will be logistically very challenging, but our hope is that it will enable Border Force to carry out its duties more efficiently as passenger volumes increase in line with the green list.”

They also announced that the new arrangement is likely to be in place for some time.

However, Heathrow said that the arrival terminal for those landing from the red list countries will eventually be moved to Terminal 4.

Under the current traffic light system, only UK citizens are allowed to return from red list countries.

Holidays are permitted in green list countries without quarantine required upon return.

The Government advised not to travel to amber destinations for leisure, although airports have seen thousands flying to those countries for holiday this past week.

When coming back from an amber country, a 10 day quarantine is required.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s spokesman said: “We’ve been clear people shouldn’t be travelling to amber list for the purpose of holidays.

“Our advice hasn’t changed.

“We will keep the green list under review… and will add countries where possible.”

The next traffic light system review will be on June 5, when countries like Spain, Greece or Italy are expected to be added to the green list.

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Travel Feed

Gemma Atkinson worries she looks like she's been 'punched' before Packed Lunch appearance

This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Celebrity News Feed

“Anyway half 12, Steph’s Packed Lunch. I’ll see you there.”

In the next clip, Gemma made an Instagram Boomerang of the door of her dressing room, which had her name on it.

Once inside, the former Strictly Come Dancing contestant explained her dilemma over getting ready to appear on camera.

Looking stylish in a white slogan T-shirt and her hair styled in loose waves, Gemma said: “Because of COVID we have to do our own hair and make-up for the minute. 

David Cooks Mixed Bean Soup Recipe Packed With Hearty GOYA Beans and Zesty Ranch Flavor!

Spring is in the air and a new season calls for a new recipe. We’ve partnered with Goya Foods to bring a protein-packed meal that can be prepared in just a few minutes! David is cooking up Mixed Bean Soup. This simple recipe is loaded with hearty GOYA beans, spices and a dash of ranch flavor for that Southwest Zest we all love. It’s perfect for your Spring Cookout or entertaining the family at your Easter celebration!

This Week’s Recipe: Mixed Bean Soup

1 lb Ground Beef
1 Can GOYA Pinto Beans[2]
1 Can GOYA Red Kidney Beans[3]
1 Can GOYA Black Beans[4]
1 Can GOYA Cannellini Beans[5]
1 Large Can Diced Tomatoes[6]
1 Can Southwestern Corn
GOYA Adobo Seasoning[7]
1 Packet of GOYA Taco Season Mix[8]
1 Packet Ranch Dressing Mix
Shredded Colby Jack Cheese
Fresh Cilantro, ChoppedInstructions

1- Season ground beef with Adobo. Brown ground beef in a large pot on medium heat and crumble into small pieces with spoon or fork. Reduce heat and remove excess grease from pot with spoon.
2- Add all beans, with juice, to pot (do not drain or rinse). Add tomatoes, corn, GOYA Taco Seasoning mix and Ranch Dressing mix. Stir well and cook on simmer for 10-15 minutes.
3- Let cool for a few minutes serve and top with cheese and fresh cilantro.Get A Printable Recipe[9]

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Like this Recipe? You may also like these meals made easy!

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