April 24, 2017

Tinybuild Releases Party Hard Alpha For All To Play

Posted on April 24, 2017 by Rae Michelle Richards

Tinybuild has released a public alpha version of their upcoming 2D slaughter-fest Party Hard 2 on both Windows PC and Mac. Fans of the first game, as well as newcomers, can try out the gameplay that developer, Pinoki Games, is working on. Even at this early stage of development both the publisher and developer seem confident in what this sequel has to offer.

Party Hard 2 Alpha 1 allows players to explore a nightclub environment as a “masked maniac” with a number of objectives. Differing from the formula of the first title, which required players to eliminate all targets, Party Hard 2 provides a number of different targets to chose from. Other enhancements in PH2 include the ability to see interactive objects in the game environment, an instant kill ability and the player character can now also carry up to 3 items.

Don’t have time to download the alpha for yourself? Check out 3 minutes of direct gameplay that TinyBuild has uploaded to YouTube:

Here is the official announcement tweet annoouncing the availability of Alpha 1:

Lastly here is a couple of GIFs of PH2 in action:

Pre-ordering Party Hard 2 on the official website for $19.99 USD guarantees access to additional alpha builds as well as the full version upon completion.


IMPRESSIONS: Urban Trial Freestyle 2

Posted on April 24, 2017 by Jason Nason

Urban Trial Freestyle 2 for the Nintendo 3DS eShop is actually a pretty fun game. The follow-up to the original released in the 3DS eShop back in 2013, this sequel feels like a solid game packed with fun gameplay and some humour along the way.

Note that these impressions are from the demo of the game, which was released alongside the full game.

The game comes with numerous new levels in five locations, one of which is available in the demo. Each location is packed with multiple stages to ride through, all of which look fantastic and are full of life. The levels have fully detailed and deep backgrounds, which makes it at times feel like this is a fully 3D bike game where you can ride into the background and almost forget that this is purely a 2D game.

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