Frimarathon Begins; Lights, Camera, Party! is Released

Tue, Aug 28, 2012

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If you follow gaming technology news, the first time you saw the PlayStation Move camera peripheral, you saw its potential. “One day,” you said sagely, “One day, someone will allow me to use this technology as nature intended — to throw stuff at digital monkeys.” That time has come at last. TriplePoint client Frima Studio is kicking off their Frimarathon of game releases with all the style they’ve got, unleashing Lights, Camera, Party! upon the world.

From the press release:

Powered by the Unreal Engine, this unique, fast-paced PS Move party game will have friends and family jumping out of their seats to best each other in an array of zany mini-games.

Step into the shoes of the Funzini family as they play their way through a series of eccentric game show challenges in this family-friendly, PS Move title. Feed pizza to an angry dinosaur, throw bananas at a sleeping crowd of monkeys, blast cow-stealing UFOs, jump over a kiddie pool full of hungry sharks and obliterate candy-filled piñatas. All this and so much more in this unique, insanely hilarious party game for up to 8 players!

This is only the first lap of the Frimarathon, with a new release coming every week through the end of September. How many of them have camera-based monkey-pelting, though, huh? Tell me that.

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