House Party is an open-ended social simulator mixed with a point-and-click adventure inspired by classic comedies of the 90’s. Every decision changes your story and every character has something to reveal. There’s also a button to take your pants off.
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Jun 30, 2017
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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“With 2 years of development on House Party in the books, Early Access has allowed players to help us make the decisions along the way. This game is all about choice, and hearing from our playerbase has better helped us understand which kinds of choices are most important to the experience. The answer usually had to do with more sex positions. You can’t say we didn’t listen.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“When we’re satisfied that this game has enough content to truly leave Early Access, then we’ll slap that 1.0 sticker on the sucker. And we feel like we’re getting close--but it’s not quite there yet. If all goes well, House Party will leave early access in Q1 or Q2 of 2020.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“Our original answer to this question was “more story!” which is something we’re still very dedicated to. But as of Summer 2019, we’ve added dozens of storylines and thousands of lines of dialogue. New characters, 30+ new items...the content is there--with much more on the way.

What we really want to hone is the interactivity for the Player with damn near everything. We want our NPCs to be reactive to everything that the Player does, and that involves a lot of writing and a lot of code. We love doing both those things, thankfully, but it takes a lot of time to get all this just right.

But hey, when all things are all said and done, we could accidentally build SKYNET and cause the downfall of humankind. Wish us luck!”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“If you look at some of the Steam reviews for House Party, you’ll see some players have hundreds of hours already invested into the game. There is enough content and fun to be had in this game to keep you busy for friggin days.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“We’re thinking yes is the answer to this question. When it comes time to call House Party a finished product, there will be a price increase, but not by any drastic amount. This game is growing all the time, just like our development team, and we think a price increase will be justified when the time is right, AKA when House Party finally is 1.0 certified.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“The House Party community has already been a huge contributor towards making this game what it is today. Seriously, we couldn’t have reached the heights we’re at now without them.

From our forums and our Discord, to the stories being created by users of the Custom Story Creator, they’ve done so much--and that’s never going to change. <3”
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About This Game

Once hailed as Rock, Paper, Shotgun’s worst game of 2017, House Party has been winning awards since it first emerged on the adventure game scene. This sexually charged, 3D point-and-click adventure is all about player choice and partying the way you want.



One big house, hundreds of choices, dozens of stories

Much like the hailed RPGS of yore, House Party contains intricate, branching narratives that drives our writing team to drink to excess. Every choice you make will have a reaction in your playthrough. Sometimes simple things can affect your party in the most magnificent of ways.

With thousands upon thousands of dialogues and a growing roster of over 13 characters, House Party’s gameplay starts with the conversations and grows with the decisions that are made along the way. With no true ending but dozens of ways to finish, the story is what you make it--and it’s got so much of that “just-one-more-run” replayability, House Party may as well be a rogue-lite.

To date, there are over 25 story opportunities to discover and complete, each telling a part of one of the many fun-filled stories that can play out. There are literally dozens of them!

Items and Interactions you won’t believe

To contribute to those killer stories, Madison’s house is jam-packed with over 50 items to interact with and change the environment around you. Want to change the music of the party? Find the mp3 player! Wanna get shitfaced drunk? Well, hopefully you know what to find. That’s only the beginning--the items you’ll find in House Party get absolutely insane.

And sometimes you don’t even need items to cause a ruckus. House Party is an adult game, and your character comes fully “equipped” to make some chaos all on their own.




NPCs (Not-Boring Party Comrades)


These stories and items, they’d be nothing without the various NPCs who make it all worthwhile. House Party features 15 of the most interesting, reactive, HILARIOUS NPCs you’ll find in any game with the name “House” in the title. These partygoers all have their own motivations and opinions, which makes each of their reactions to your choices different.

You’ll be able to form friendships and relationships with these characters as you progress through the night, all of which is tracked by social gauges, just in case you’ve lost track of who’s digging your vibe and who’s only one wrong word away from knocking you the F%^# out.

We’re not just talking about the fleshbags either! Sometimes characters are found where you least expect it, like a dude-bro AI or a shit-talking wall-mounted fish! With characters still being added, House Party will contain nearly 20 characters to be found around the party by the time we hit full release.



Sex™

While nobody on our dev team has had it before, we’ve done tons of research online to find out what human sex looks like.

Many of the stories in House Party will lead you into steamy encounters with the various partygoers of the night. With an open-crotch policy to telling these stories, we’ve created sexual encounters that speak to many audiences instead of just the boring traditionalists. Lady love, guy love, you’ll find it all here!

And none of that cutscene crap either. House Party features fully interactive intimate encounters with changeable positions. Because our thorough research has shown that lying like planks and moaning in each other’s face is only the beginning.

Mature Content Description

The developers describe the content like this:

This game contains adult themes and content that may not be suitable for all ages. These themes include nudity, strong language, alcohol and drug use, sex, and mild violence.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7+
    • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support.
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Direct X 11 GPU w/ 2GB Memory
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7+
    • Processor: Intel Core i7 3770 or AMD FX-8350
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Direct X 11 GPU w/ 4GB Memory
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space

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