Mega Monster Party Now Available on Steam

Just in time for Halloween, the world of AirConsole’s multiplayer board game Mega Monster Party is now available on Steam.

Controlling one of eight different monstrous characters, players will use gamepads and smartphones to conquer one of five different boards. The title was designed for those that love releases like Mario Party, Pummel Party, Jackbox Party Pack, Fall Guys, and Overcooked.

Along the way, players can use secret items and choose the right path. More than 40 different PvP minigames also await, broken down into 4 player minigames, 2v2 team battles, and asymmetrical 1v3 battles. Once ready, players can track down the Board Master and trade coins for monster minions to prepare for the final battle.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Mega Monster Party Full Release Trailer 🧛🏻‍♀️🎉 – Play now on AirConsole 🎮🕹️

The title can be purchased on Steam here for $15.99, and currently features a 40% launch discount.

Source: Press Release
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