Potion Party

Top Hat Studios, RPGames, FusionPlay
Apr 8, 2021 - Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC

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IGN Italy
6.3 / 10
Pure Nintendo
7 / 10
PSX Brasil
90 / 100
8 / 10
CFG Games
3.5 / 5
Noisy Pixel
6.5 / 10
Nintendo Blast
9 / 10
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Potion Party - Official Nintendo Switch Launch Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Potion Party

Basically a fantasy Overcooked, Potion Party is an addicting party game limited by the lack of variety and depth. Not to be considered if you want to play it single-player.

Review in Italian | Read full review

Potion Party is a fun game to play with others but isn't anywhere near as fun by yourself. It is never too challenging but does just enough to make you think about every obstacle.

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Potion Party promotes an objective experience focused on fun and quick thinking, bringing together the best of the indie segment and technical factors. Running a potion shop is a demanding task that leaves players doing their best to earn achievements and income for the small business. The dynamics present in the game can be a good alternative for uncompromising fun and it prioritizes effectiveness in matches, delivering an addictive and captivating title.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

If you’re looking for a family-friendly casual local co-op game to play with friends or family, Potion Party should be high on your list of candidates. It’s very addictive and rewarding, making money to spend on upgrades that allow you to obtain more money in return, gradually expanding and making the process more efficient. You can play the entire mini-campaign on your own or with others locally (or via Share Play), or face them competitively and see who’s the most agile alchemist.

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A cute fantasy Overcooked-esque party game for lovers of shopkeeper games.

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I’ve had an entertaining time reviewing Potion Party, the game was interesting enough for my non-gaming partner to be drawn into it to want to try and play it. Though it is a relatively short game, with a group of friends you would have a great time playing it. The controls system is accessible to any age group, making Potion Party available for the younger members of the family to be able to join in.

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Noisy Pixel

Jerad Gribben
6.5 / 10.0
Noisy Pixel

In brief moments of gameplay, Potion Party is a lot of fun. Going in expecting more than satisfying short burst of excitement might be a letdown. Its charming visuals and addicting gameloop provide enough to warrant mixing up a few potions and opening up shop, but I couldn’t help but want a bit more variety in the core design.

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Potion Party promotes an experience focused on group fun and quick thinking, having a difficulty in harmony with the proposal. Running a potion store in pixel art and with a trail that goes back to the 1990s is not a job, but endless fun. From the beginning, we are captivated by simplicity and even without the presence of an online mode, good laughs will be given and rivalries can arise between friends when playing Potion Party, an indie game that is better than many first party titles.

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