Party Hard is a brutal, tactical game with stealth elements. In the course of the game the players try to take bloody revenge on their neighbors for having too loud of a party. The prototype was developed by the indie developer PinoklGames for the Global Game Jam competition, and was later made available for free as a browser game. Due to the publisher's decision, a commercial version of the game, intendend for PCs and iOS/Android, was created.
In the game, you assume the role of a man who got sick of his neighbors’ rampant party-life and their awful habit of disturbing of peace, and decided to resolve the matter in a rather drastic manner. Instead of calling the police for the nth time, the protagonist is resolved to attend the next big bash and murder all of the participants.
The action takes place in a procedurally generated interior of our neighbors’ house, during the abovementioned party. Your task is to lure consecutive guests into secluded places and permanently silence them using pointy and/or blunt objects or various, cleverly constructed environment-based traps. As befits a stealth game, you cannot act openly. The key to success is the ability to blend in and take advantage of every small opportunity to hunt down another irritating party-animal, while staying out of other guests’ sight and police suspicion.
Party Hard features old school pixel-art graphics and straightforward controls. During the game, you are accompanied by a collection of standard issue party songs from late '80s and early '90s.
PC / Windows
- Intel Pentium IV 1.4 GHz
- 1 GB RAM
- graphic card 128 MB Intel HD or better
- 300 MB HDD
- Windows 7/8