Coral Island, the farming life sim game developed by Stairway Games, was just officially released after being in early access for quite some time. The game allows players to live out their fantasy life of being a farmer in a place called Coral Island, getting to tend to their crops, nurture their animals, and build relationships. However, it seems like the developers still have a few bugs to squash in-game. One of these bugs occurs while in decoration mode, where players are unable to move furniture in the game. So, if you too are encountering a similar issue, consider reading this guide for more details.
The game has a feature called ‘Decoration mode’, which allows players to decorate their homes with different items to make them livelier, but this feature seems to be a bit broken as players have reported not being able to move around furniture while accessing this mode. This issue seems to be more prevalent in console editions of the game. If you are one of the unfortunate players who have encountered this issue, here are some workarounds for you to try.
Coral Island Unable to Move Furniture in Decorating Mode: Is there any fix yet?
It seems the issue currently does not have any official fixes, but one of the developers has responded to the query shared by players. Anyway, we have listed a few potential workarounds you could try in the meantime, though.
Restart your game –
Sometimes a bug is fixed simply by closing and re-opening the game. So, why don’t you give this a try? Save your progress, exit the game, relaunch it, and load the most recent save. Now, access the decorating mode by pressing the P (keyboard)/Triangle (controller) button while inside your house, and check whether you can move the furniture.
Update the game –
Verify that your game is up-to-date with the latest version. Developers often push patches that include hotfixes, so you might want to make sure your game is updated. Since this issue has been brought to the attention of the developers, it is very likely that it will be fixed in the recent update.
Try the game on another platform –
If you have access to the game on another platform or account, try playing it on that. If you are experiencing the bug on a console, access the game on PC or vice versa, and check whether the issue persists.
Re-install the game –
This is mainly a last resort, but you can try uninstalling and reinstalling the game completely. Make sure to have a backup of your saved file somewhere if you have made a lot of progress in-game! Once reinstalled, load the save, and then check whether the bug still occurs.
If none of these workarounds worked for you, it might be best to hold off on decorating your home for a little while until the developers roll out an official fix for the issue. In the meantime, you can check out Android Gram for more such helpful guides. Also read: All Stardrop Locations in Stardew Valley