Party Crasher Simulator
|a game by||Glob Games Studio|
|Editor Rating:||8/10, based on 1 review|
|User Rating:||9.0/10 - 2 votes|
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|See also:||Simulator Games, Funny Games|
When it comes to crashing a party, some people are not content with simply showing up uninvited. For those looking for the latest in antisocial behavior simulations, we have Party Crasher Simulator: a game where your only objective is to become the ultimate party pooper.
In recent years, we’ve seen a rise in the popularity of odd “simulator” games, and this one is just the latest example of this trend. Armed with an array of improvised party-pooping gadgets, Party Crasher Simulator lets you spread unhappiness to every virtual party you attend. However, does this undeniably entertaining concept remain fun for long enough to justify the game’s existence? Let’s find out with our preview.
No Fun Allowed
The best way to describe Party Crasher Simulator would be to say that it’s a first-person, less violent take on Party Hard’s formula. Whereas in Party Hard players would have to murder each of the unsuspecting partygoers, Party Crasher Simulator is centered on just being the biggest sourpuss there is.
You play as a young man who just can’t stand parties. When the biggest party of the year is supposed to take place near his house, this man has had enough and decides to crash that party with everything he has.
Essentially a comedy stealth game, the basic gist of Party Crasher Simulator is that you’ll have to sabotage the party without anyone finding out what you’re doing. Since no one at the party knows who you are, you must sabotage the festivities without drawing too much attention to yourself, blending in with the rest of the partygoers.
Once you’ve successfully infiltrated the party, then the fun may begin. Since your only objective is to cause as much chaos as possible, you’ll have to improvise some creative ways to make everyone miserable at the party, including spoiling food, ruining some clothes, and even urinating in their pool.
There’s an abundant presence of toilet humor in Party Crasher Simulator. While most of the humor comes from the slapstick and crazy antics caused by the game’s AI, this brand of humor can be very hit or miss with some players. Even though flipping off partygoers just to see their reactions will never get old.
Playing pranks and ruining parties might be the main objective of Party Crasher Simulator, but the truth is that character customization and skill trees go way beyond that.
In Party Crasher Simulator, you’ll get nowhere repeating the same pranks in the same house over and over again. Instead, by choosing different targets and accomplishing side quests, you’ll be able to develop your character using the game’s skill trees.
Not every prankster is built equal, which means that your character can be customized to be quicker, stealthier, or more annoying than the rest. These skills will dictate your success rates when you set traps, hide from unsuspecting partygoers, or just how effective you are at crashing parties in general.
Party Crasher Simulator is a fun little game with tons of potential to keep you entertained for a few hours. Don’t expect RPG levels of story progression or any kind of deep gameplay, as this is a game that’s more suited for a quick diversion than anything else.
- Amusing slapstick humor
- Tons of sidequests to do
- Surprisingly deep skill tree system
- Fun stealth gameplay
- Disappointing visuals
- Environments lack some variety
- Limited animations
Download Party Crasher Simulator
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP