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Party Planet Now Available

 

 

SAN FRANCISCO – December 12, in the year of our Lord 2017 – Videogame publisher and developer Mastiff today announced that the Party Planet, a fun-packed compilation of 30 party games for up to 4 players, is now available for purchase from the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch™. A physical version of Party Planet is also now available to purchase from GameStop and EB Games across North America. While supplies last, those who purchase Party Planet from GameStop or EB Games will also receive a free sticker sheet packaged inside the box.

Party Planet Features:
• A cornucopia of party games! Players will climb, run, jump, sail, rocket, shoot, and even putt their way across an exciting, animated, living world
• Level up and explore the planet! The more players explore the more games they’ll unlock, for a total of 30 family friendly games
• It wouldn’t be a party without friends! Up to 4 players can join in the fun for some friendly competitive or cooperative play
• Party anytime, anywhere! Enjoy single-player or local multiplayer gaming from just about anywhere on the planet with just one system and one game

About Party Planet
Published by Mastiff and developed by Teyon, Party Planet is a must-have compilation of games that perfectly complement Nintendo Switch by offering fun for everyone! Anyone, regardless of age or skill level, will have an absolute blast playing any of the 30 party games, 18 of which can be played with up to 4 players for some friendly cooperative or competitive play. And with the portability and versatility of Nintendo Switch, players can turn just about any location and venue into their own personal party for friends and family!

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