Mexican indie outfit Seashell Studio has announced today that it’ll be bringing a new kind of party game to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC later this year: Lunch A Palooza.
Lunch A Palooza is a food fighting game where players are the food, and the fights take place on all kinds of tables. From the regular dining table to the foosball stadium, players duke it out either in single-player against A.I, or in local multiplayer with up to four people playing on one console.
The game comes with four delicious game modes, including the “Main Course” which is a free-for-all scrap on the tabletops with each player having five lives. The aim is to knock your opponents off the table using all means necessary, and the last meal standing is the winner, and presumably doesn’t have to do the washing up that night.
Then there’s the “Royal Buffet” which is a variant of the “Main Course” mode, but players have unlimited lives and a set time, with the player who falls off the table the least being declared the winner.
“Side Dish” offers team battles where you and a buddy can team up against A.I opponents or two other players, while “King of the Cloche” is where players battle it out for cloche domination. I’m not entirely sure what that means, but it’s the fourth game mode, and just like mealtimes, more is better.
“We are pleased to announce that the order for Lunch A Palooza has been received and will be ready for consoles and Steam later this year,” said Rodrigo Cuadriello from Seashell Studio. “With its simple controls, roster of tasty playable characters and riotous food fights, Lunch A Palooza is the most fun you’ll have with friends around a dinner table.”
There’s no release date or release window just yet, but there is a tasty trailer up above worth checking out.
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