Buzz! Quiz TV (PS3)
Party 04 July 2008
Buzz, Quiz TV is the next installment of the popular series. The main novelty of the PlayStation 3 edition is to take advantage of the network capabilities of Japan's latest desktop platform.
Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party (PS3)
Party 07 August 2008
Buzz Junior: Jungle Party plays with jungle-pets using unique controllers called buzzers.
Ape Escape (PS3)
Party 09 December 2010
A rail shooter using the PlayStation Move controller, in which we shoot at the title monkeys. While playing, we can use several types of "weapons". (e.g. slings). The gameplay takes the player to many different locations - most of which are located on a tropical, extremely colorful island.
DanceStar Party (PS3)
Party 20 October 2011
A title in which players try to make dance figures as faithful as possible to the rhythm of popular music hits, displayed on a TV screen. The game uses the PlayStation Move motion controller to track the progress of the participants.
Buzz! Quiz World (PS3)
Party 30 October 2009
The next part of the Buzz cycle! We play the role of a participant of the tele-tournament, answering questions about the world around us. Compared to previous editions, the options of personalization of the game have been extended. Of course, a powerful set of new issues has also been prepared.
Sports Champions (PS3)
Party 17 September 2010
Arcade game in which we take part in a number of sports competitions. Due to its character and the current element of competition, it works particularly well in a larger group of people.
TV Superstars (PS3)
Party 12 October 2010
TV Superstars is a social game created with the technical capabilities of the PlayStation Move controller in mind, for which Sony's development team in Cambridge is responsible. The gameplay is modelled on teletour, and players have the opportunity to prove themselves in competitions requiring reflex, manual skills and good coordination of movement. In the Polish language version you can hear the voices of Anna Mucha, Tede, Tomasz Jacykow and Mateusz Kusznierewicz.
Start the Party! (PS3)
Party 19 September 2010
Start the Party! is a family-friendly social game that takes advantage of the technical capabilities of the PlayStation Move controller. Players have the opportunity to compete in a number of crazy competitions that require reflex, good movement coordination and a sense of humour. Thanks to the efforts of the Polish distributor, which is Sony Computer Entertainment Polska, the title was given a full Polish language version, and the role of narrator was played by Krzysztof Ibisz.
SingStar Polskie Hity (PS3)
Party 10 June 2009
SingStar Polskie Hity is a music game produced by Sony Computer Entertainment for vocally talented PlayStation 3 users. Players can face 30 of the most popular Polish songs of recent years. The soundtrack included pieces by such bands as Feel, Kombi, De Mono or Lady Pank. The assessment includes the tonality, voting power and compliance with the rhythm of the song.
The Beatles: Rock Band (PS3)
Party 09 September 2009
A unique release for every fan of the Liverpool four. In the production we can test our skills of playing imitations of guitars and drums and sing cult songs of The Beatles.
The Jackbox Party Pack (PS3)
Party 18 November 2014
The Jackbox Party Pack is a compilation of 5 simple social mini-games. They focus on checking the reflex and perceptiveness of players. Jackbox Games studio is responsible for productions and game release.
DanceStar Party Hits (PS3)
Party 12 October 2012
DanceStar Party Hits is the second installment of a popular series of music dance games, in which players perform complex choreographies in front of a TV screen. The title uses the PlayStation Move motion controller.
Carnival Island (PS3)
Party 15 November 2011
Carnival Island: The Happy Town is a family title containing a set of more than thirty mini-games using the Playstation Move motion controller. Players move to an abandoned amusement park, which they must restore to its former glory.
Party 20 October 2008
Monopoly is a virtual adaptation of the most popular board game in the world. We are trying to achieve the title monopoly through successful investments.
Party 07 December 2007
SingStar is a music game created by the development team of Sony Computer Entertainment. Players have the opportunity to test their vocal skills by performing a number of well-known hits. On the soundtrack of the title there were over 300 hits, representing various musical genres. An additional attraction of the game is the possibility to use the EyeToy webcam and watch videos with their own participation.
Hannah Montana The Movie (PS3)
Party 07 April 2009
Hannah Montana The Movie is a music game created by Disney studio based on a film hit of the same title. The game consists mainly in taking part in energetic concerts, where we perform specific sequences of stage movements and simulate playing the guitar, keyboards or drums.
Party 23 October 2009
Simulation of a virtual pet using PlayStation Eye camera, produced by Sony Online Entertainment. In the game we take care of the animal, which can be freely modified. A virtual pet not only reacts to the movement of objects in our room, but also to the sounds and noises. An interesting feature is the ability to scan your own drawings into the game world.
Start the Party: Save the World (PS3)
Party 23 November 2011
A set of several mini-games using the PlayStation Move controller. Start the Party 2 offers fun for four people who can use both motion controllers and traditional joypads. Some of the common tasks consist of competition.
Just Dance 2017 (PS3)
Party 25 October 2016
The next installment in the popular series of dancing games developed by Ubisoft. The series allows the player to feel like the professional pop dancers who accompany the greatest stars on the top scenes of the world. In Just Dance 2017 the basic gameplay mechanics remained unchanged in comparison to the previous entries in the franchise.
SingStar Frozen (PS3)
Party 03 December 2014
Special edition of a popular music game, prepared on the wave of success of the animated film Ice Land. While having fun we can confront our vocal skills with the songs known from the film and its bestselling soundtrack. The game is compatible with the PlayStation camera and modern smartphones that can act as a virtual microphone.
EyePet & Friends (PS3)
Party 15 November 2011
EyePet & Friends is the next installment of the cycle, in which we receive a virtual pet under our care. We raise them, feed them and play with them on the playgrounds designed by us. EyePet & Friends allows you to take care of two pets. The second creature can be taken care of by another person.
Party 01 October 2009
UNO is a logical game, which is an adaptation of the popular card game. The artists remained faithful to the principles invented in the 1970s by Merle Robbins. Players have the task of getting rid of their cards, forcing opponents to draw them from the table or wait for the next turn. The game offers several options to compete with artificial intelligence and live opponents.
SingStar Polskie Hity 2 (PS3)
Party 22 September 2010
SingStar Polskie Hity 2 is the second part of a music game released in 2009 by Sony Computer Entertainment. As in the original, the players' task is to sing the greatest Polish hits from recent years. The soundtrack contains pieces by Dody, Gosia Andrzejewicz and Natalia Lesz. The creators have prepared several variants of the game, in which one or two people can participate.
Just Dance 3 (PS3)
Party 11 October 2011
The third part of the best-selling series of dance games by Ubisoft. As usual, the game is about keeping pace with the dancers' silhouettes displayed on the screen. The creators prepared modes for a single player and multiplayer games.
Trivial Pursuit (PS3)
Party 10 March 2009
Trivial Pursuit is a social game prepared by EA Montreal's development team, which is a console adaptation of a popular board game. Players have the opportunity to test their knowledge of the world by answering quiz questions. The creators predicted several variants of the game, including the possibility of a 4-person competition on a common screen.