Party Animals on PC
While we may enjoy a good dose of serious, emotional, and moving storytelling that more heavy-toned games can give us, sometimes there’s nothing better than pivoting to one that can transport you to a colorful and carefree world of hilarious whimsy. One that effortlessly delivers a different set of emotions – laughter, levity, and just good ol’ fashioned frivolity and that just wants to put a smile on your face and let you have fun with your friends. Recreate Games brings a flock of the fluffiest and funniest looking animals to their version of multiplayer whack-a-pal with Party Animals, and after a few matches this one honestly and thankfully feels like the opposite of a friendship-breaker.
Recreate Games has been hard at work on bringing Party Animals to life since it was first teased back in 2019. They even created their own in-house physics engine for the game, which ultimately serves as the unique core of its gameplay mechanics inside the infrastructure of an online brawler. They then surprised players with two open demos of the game in late 2020, and the response even then was jovially positive. From there, it was full steam ahead to make Party Animals into the adorably funny party it was truly meant to be, and it seems like they’ve done just that.