Fight your friends as puppies, kittens and other fuzzy creatures in PARTY ANIMALS! Paw it out with your friends both online and offline. Party Animals is a multiplayer physics-based brawler/party game developed by Recreate Games and published by Source Technology. The game is scheduled to be released for Microsoft Windows at an unannounced date. A demo version of the game was available as a free trial from June 16, 2020 to June 21, 2020 during the Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition and from October 4, 2020 to October 13, 2020 during the Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition. Interact with the world under our realistic physics engine. Did I mention PUPPIES?
Party Animals is a physics-based competitive brawler game where players play as various animals including puppies, kittens, ducks, bunnies, sharks, dinosaurs and even unicorns. Animals can punch, toss, jump, kick, and headbutt each other. They are also able to pick up an assortment of weapons. Upon taking a certain amount of damage, players are temporarily knocked out. In most cases, they recover and return to the fight, unless they are tossed off the map or into various hazards. Currently, the game encompasses two game modes, Last Stand, a free-for-all skirmish and Snatch Squad, an objective-based capture the flag style game mode.
In Last Stand, the player battles up to 7 other animals with the objective of being the last animal standing. In Snatch Squad, players are divided into two teams of up to four players each and fight over gummies in the center of the arena that can be dropped into their team’s pit for points. According to the game’s official website, there are currently four maps and eleven playable characters. During the Steam Game Festival: Autumn Edition, it reached a concurrent player peak of 135,834, making it the fourth most played game on Steam. The game amassed a large numbers of viewers on Twitch, having over 113,000 viewers watching gameplay streams.