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tinyBuild Announces Management Sim Party Hard Tycoon

Punch Club publisher tinyBuild has announced a new spin-off for cult hit Party Hard, this time allowing players to break out their management moves in “the most accurate nightclub simulation game of the year.” 

Adopting the ludicrous set-ups of the original cult hit, Party Hard Tycoon sees players creating and running their own club, handling appearances security, entertainment and marketing to build the perfect party.

“With the optimized engine, we’re finally able to dig deeper into simulating more complex AI for the crowd.” the studio said in a press release. “So we took what was most fun about the Workshop integration — building your own parties, and created a Tycoon game around that experience.” 

In the original Party Hard, players sneak around a lively party, using stealth, strategy and a trusty knife to murder every single one of its noisy guests. You can visit the game’s Steam page here.

TinyBuild also mentioned that they’ll be reaching out to Twitch streamers in the near future, in order to stress-test the new features coming to Party Hard Tycoon. In the meantime, you can sign up to take part in the game’s Alpha here.

The game is available to play now over at Gamescom‘s Indie Arena, while PAX West attendees will be able to take to the floor at the Indie Megabooth.


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