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In Party Hard, you play as someone who is really tired of the neighbors having loud parties. Instead of calling the police, you decide it's a better idea to kill everyone – using your faithful knife and the environment. The tactical strategy follows a series of killings at parties through-ought the USA. The developers used to work mostly on casual, family-friendly games - until they participated in a game jam, creating the first prototype for Party Hard. TinyBuild backed up the original developers – Pinokl Games – to create a full version that's coming to Steam on August 25th. Party Hard has semi-procedural environments and focus on unique ways of killing people. In the greatest traditions of sneaking games, your main goal is not to get caught, while silently picking off unsuspecting victims one by one. Dancing and blending in during a suspicious situation is key.
The neighbors are celebrating again until 4 a. m.? The students are overdoing it again? The damn junkies are getting high again and listening to that unbearable music?
GENUG!!! Now extreme means are used, because self-justice is the best justice.... Welcome to the review of Party Hard,
MENU: Already in the main menu the very good soundtrack starts to captivate you and the whole game is held in the style of the 80s. br>10/10
GAMEPLAY: of construction the game is a stealth puzzler, you have to kill the guests at the party and try so 'little'. to attract as much attention as possible. For example, a witness runs to the nearest telephone and the police are quickly there, and the FBI or a SWAT team can quickly join them on several missions. There are also different traps and usable items available depending on the level and also 'elegant'. Disposal possibilities for the victims.
Tip: with CTRL you can display interactive objects
You can unlock different characters, which can additionally increase the degree of difficulty or turn some levels into a blood-covered walk. br>8/10
STORY: There's not much to say about the story, the main character feels disturbed and tidies up, or is there more behind it? After each level, a small pixel-style sound scene is shown to advance the story. br>6/10
Graphics: A very good pixel graphic is used, where the events are shown from the isometric view and the different levels are built with a lot of attention to detail. br>9/10
SOUND: The soundtrack is phenomenal and really brings disco feeling to life and animates to party, otherwise the sound effects used are OK. br>9/10
FAZIT: This game should not be missing in any collection if you don't mind that the main task is to commit 'mass murder'.
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