Funbox Media Announce Two Nintendo Switch Games


Funbox Media has announced that it will release two games on Nintendo Switch in the coming months, namely Vegas Party and Chicken Range.

These are budget releases that will add casino minigames and a quirky shoot-em-up to the portable home console’s ever expanding software library, and see the publisher’s support for Nintendo’s platforms continue on from the Wii U, Wii, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS.

Vegas Party – £19.99 – 8th December 2017

vegas-party-box-artVegas Party takes the player into the gambling-friendly universe of this over-the-top version of Las Vegas city.

Played as a race, the goal is to reach the end of the Strip before anyone else. Manage your token account in 10 gambling minigames, avoid the dangers like twisters and earthquakes, take advantage of your gaming skills and your good luck, trust no one and forget the meaning of the word “mercy” because it does not apply here!

Vegas Party supports up to four players in multiplayer, and will see you play in 17 incredible casinos set across 18 original environments.

Chicken Range – £19.99 – 23rd February 2018

chicken-range-box-art Chicken Range is a fun and quirky shoot-em-up game. The object of the game is to shoot the chickens using an array of different weaponry which you can also pay to upgrade. As you kill each chicken, a new chicken is respawned. Gameplay is set over a field twice as wide as the screen, so you must be constantly moving your aim side to side in order to reach the whole game field.

To increase the difficulty, the chickens throw eggs at the screen to obscure the player’s field of view. During the level, ammo crates drop at varying intervals which will refresh your ammo levels. Carry up to 6 weapons with you; only a couple are provided for free, the remaining weapons will need to be bought from the Range Shop, where you can also purchase extra ammo packs. The game contains 8 different levels. Each level introduces different baddie chickens with varying difficulties to kill them due to enhanced protection gear.

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