Top 10 Party Games

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Top 10 Party Games

Savannah Fleisch, Reporter

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  1. The new “Super Smash Bros” has 74 playable characters plus downloadable content. With more than 100 stages and double the assist trophies, the basis of this game is to choose your favorite Nintendo characters and fight to the death in a wide plethora of different battle stages. Although aggravating, it brings people together through violence. So, if you have an annoying sibling whom needs to be put in his place, demolish them.

 

  1. “Mario Kart 8” is a version of Mario Kart for the Wii U. Since the new Nintendo Switch came out, Nintendo revamped the racing game and added a few new guest characters like the Inkling from Splatoon. Bringing a hit of competitiveness, it will make any gathering more exciting.

 

  1. “Just Dance” is a active game where the sensor from your system is used to track your body movement while you dance. The newest version “Just Dance 2018” has the hottest tracks like “24K Magic” by Bruno Mars and “Swish Swish” by Katy Perry Ft. Nicki Minaj.

 

  1. “Mario Tennis” has online mode and uses a motion sensor on your console to jump into the gut-wrenching competition with friends. You can play all of your favorite Mushroom Kingdom characters. The newest version is “Mario Tennis Aces” for the Nintendo Switch. This an active game that gives you a workout without leaving your house.

 

  1. This Party Platformer will make you want to do anything to win. This game is “Ultimate Chicken Horse”. The characters are innocent farm animals trying to get to the end goal, but the best part is you get to set traps so your friends will have more trouble getting to the goal. The one who gets to the goal the most wins.

    Savannah Fleisch
    Video games may have been popular in the 80’s and 90’s, but today they soar to new heights with 3D and 4D options, realistic graphics and multiplayer options that includes as many as six people.

 

  1. “Street Fighter” is, as you can tell by the name, a fighting based game. This game has 12 playable characters and is best to play at a party because you can start a tournament with all your friends. The newest version is “Street Fighter 5”; it has impeccable detail in design and endless gameplay for beginners, as well as seasoned players.

 

  1. Everyone knows the card game “Uno.” This card game has been digitized so you can play it on  different platforms such as PC or Nintendo Switch. The original is spectacular too. All you have to do is put down a card that corresponds to the number or color of the one in the middle. If you don’t have a card that matches–ha! You have to draw another from the deck to find one that does. This game is great for gatherings because it’s nice to beat your friends and laugh at the dictionary of cards resting in their hands.

 

  1. Watch in amusement as your colorful clay-like characters punch, kick and head-butt each other in a dangerous game called “Gang Beasts.” You can customize your character with funky costumes and bright colors to make them stand out. In this game, you can play with a total of four people, and it’s great for getting your friends pumped up when you win.  

 

  1. “Mario Bros” was one of the first platformer games invented by Nintendo, evolving into the game that’s been making generations of kids’ childhoods something to remember. The basic objective is to save Princess Peach from the infamous villain Bowser. In the classic 1985 version, the first player would be Mario, the main plumber, and the second player would be his brother Luigi. Levels vary in difficulty as you get further into the game. Now that the game updated to this generation’s standards, you can play with up to four players and even more endless entertainment.

 

  1. In this game, wit and intelligence are your best friend. This game is called “Humans Fall Flat,” which is an open-ended physics based puzzle game. Recently adding a multiplayer setting, you can now play this game with all of your friends. In the base story of this game, you’re trying to escape the dreams of falling with just your smarts and knowledge of physics. The main character’s Bob. He isn’t a hero, and he doesn’t have superpowers. He’s just a normal human being, which doesn’t help him in the game. So make sure to wrack your brain for the answers in this puzzle.