World War Party: Game of Trump – 8-person multiplayer action with TANKS and GUNS and TRUMP to be released soon on PC, Mac and mobile devices
World War Party: Game of Trump is an humorous yet bloody action multiplayer game developed by indie developer Bad Monkee and will be released on PC, Mac, Android and iOS soon. The download is free during the launch period. The game uses Bad Monkee’s inhouse engine.
Artem Tarassov, CEO of Bad Monkee, says: “We love crude humor, games with guns, explosions, tanks, mayhem and competitive gameplay. And we hate censorship, restrictions, autocrats and everything in the mainstream. To make a violent slugfest of a game about the US president seemed… a logical choice.”
World War Party: Game of Trump is a deathmatch battle played by two teams of 4 players each (humans or bots). But the teams are not alone on the battlefield: PRESIDENT TRUMP drives around in his mighty ‘murican tank shooting lasers and talking nonsense – the objective is to take him down and kill the opposing team in the process. Choose your team (Russians, German, North Koreans or Muslims) and take up the challenge. There’s boosters, weapons, landmines and even tanks players can use to create mayhem on the field. The team with the most kills wins! Matches last 3 to 5 intense minutes.
At a glance
Genre: action multiplayer game
Release date: in mid-August 2017
Platforms: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android
Age rating: 12+
Exotic hardware supported: Joystick
Developer: Bad Monkee
About Bad Monkee:
Bad Monkee is a game development studio from Hamburg, Germany. It was founded in 2009 and has it's focus on developing games for publishers like MTV, Nickelodeon, ProsiebenSat1 Games and others.
Thanks to the major success of Bad Monkee's latest game 'Goal One', the company was able to become a fully independent games developer.
The first attempt developing games without publishers’ constraints was the inhouse game engine World War Party. Based on this engine, the company is now about to release several multiplayer games for mobile and desktop platforms.