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Party Planet

Rating Summary

Based on 9 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

43

Top Critic Average

33%

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Based on 9 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchDec 12, 2017

Developer: Everglow Interactive Inc.

Genre: Action

Party Panic is a crazy online and local-multiplayer party game. Compete against your friends in 15+ rapid fire minigames, or race through the brutal Gauntlet. There is even a built in drinking game! You'll laugh, you'll cry, it's stupid. Grab your friends, pick your characters and get partying in this exciting and panic filled game! 

Are you ready to punch your friends in the face?

Are you ready to chase exploding chickens?

Are you ready to run away from stupid (and hungry) whales?

Are you ready to play football with your face?

If you answered yes to any of these questions you might be ready for the stupidest party game ever!

Online & Local Multiplayer
Grab your friends for a night of couch gaming, or play against them online! Have one friend that can't make it to your game night? No worries, you can play with 3 local players and 1 online player!

15+ crazy minigames!
Over 15 unique minigames! Run, jump, and punch your way to first place! Feed zombies, chase exploding chickens, play football with your face! More minigames coming in future updates (total of 25 planned)

The Gauntlet
Race your friends through the deadly and brutal obstacle course that is the Gauntlet. Can you be the first to make it through the giant swinging axes, spike traps and more?

Bots 
Party Panic is a hoot when playing with your friends on the couch or online, but sometimes this isn't an option. Bots are available to play against, to guarantee it's always a party, even when your friends are not around! Bots have three difficulties: Easy, Normal, and Hard. Or turn them off completely!

Silly hats!
Everyone knows all great games let you wear hats. Silly hats only. Wear a pot on your head, become a fierce viking, or an ancient pharaoh. Or just stick your head in a piece of bread. Whatever works. ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ

Lovable (but slightly deranged) characters
In Party Panic you play as a Goober. You're a goofy goober. I'm a goofy goober. We're all goofy goobers. They're a little bit crazy though (probably from all the blunt force trauma to the head.) They like to scream randomly. Like a lot.

Built-in drinking game!
Enable it on the options screen to turn the party into a party. Or don't, I'm not the boss of you!

Original (awesome) soundtrack
Party Panic sounds like a party. Literally. 

Can I play the game alone?
Yes. The game can be played with one player against bots, although the more human players you have the more fun the game is! All the party minigames are built around 4 players so it is recommended to leave bots enabled, however you don't have to - the bots can be disabled and the game can be played with 2-4 players.

Is there online multiplayer?
Yes! (As of October 14th, 2016)

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Nintendo Life

6 / 10
Nintendo Life

Party Planet looks wonderful on the surface with a bright, colourful, and slick interface that suggests you have a top-quality game in your hands. Unfortunately, though, a series of mini-games that vary from being good to disappointing may well start to feel rather stale after a short time; everything is nice and interesting at first, but there's little reason to keep playing once you've seen each game a couple of times.If you're looking for a game that can successfully get the family gathered around the TV to play together, Party Planet will definitely be able to do that – how long for is another matter, however. We fear that this particular title isn't for life, it might just be for Christmas.

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Pure Nintendo

3 / 10.0
Pure Nintendo

An uninspired presentation and 30 worse versions of games — most of which you can find dozens of other clones of for free on a mobile device or flash site — make Party Planet a total ripoff. It's lazy and it's not worth the cost. Do yourself or whoever you might plan to buy this for a favor and put that $30 towards something more worth your money.

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CGMagazine

3 / 10.0
Jed Whitaker

Party Planet is 30 awful mini-games, 12 of which can only be played solo. It's really bad.

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Hardcore Gamer

3 / 5.0
Hardcore Gamer

Party Planet succeeds at offering a lot of variety in one package, but the quality of the games wildly varies.

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