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Viva Pinata: Party Animals (X360 cover
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Viva Pinata: Party Animals X360

Viva Pinata: Party Animals is a family game developed by Australian studio Krome family game set on a well-known from the first part of the game island.

Party | Xbox exclusive titles

Viva Pinata: Party Animals Release Date X360


developer: Krome Studios publisher: Xbox Game Studios / Microsoft Studios

English language game language: English

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Compete in a variety of zany battles and races in the social party game Viva Pinata: Party Animals. Control the fame, fortune, and destiny of all your favorite characters from Viva Pinata: Fergy Fudgehog, Paulie Pretztail, Franklin Fizzlybear, and Hudson Horstachio. It's party time!

* Huge variety of exciting mini-games: Viva Pinata: Party Animals includes more than 40 mini-games and a dozen foot races for players to compete against one another. Collect candy and special bonuses in all sorts of exotic and hazard-filled locations.

* Gameplay for everyone: Appealing to young kids or those just young-at-heart, this unique social party game rewards and challenges all players regardless of their skill level. Friends and family members of all ages can party together in one place or from around the world via Xbox LIVE.

* Engaging and inviting graphics: The game is specially designed for interaction among friends and family. Pushing the advanced capabilities of the Xbox 360, the game offers a vibrant and engaging gaming experience. It's the perfect game for parents looking for fun new ways to connect with their kids, or friends just looking to share a few laughs.

Game mode: single / multiplayer   Multiplayer mode: Internet   Player counter: 1 - 4  

Media type: 1 DVD

User score: 7,8 / 10 based on 73 votes.

PEGI rating Viva Pinata: Party Animals

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.
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