Alternative Software Ltd., has announced Lunch A Palooza is available now on Steam Early Access. With the aim of being the last food standing, developer Seashell Studio has delivered a game to make you laugh, scream and want to play again and again.

Lunch A Palooza is a fun, fast-paced party game, which can be played in both single-player and multiplayer modes, where the goal is to be the last character standing. You must use special attacks to push other food-based characters off the table, using food-related paraphernalia. All of this whilst dodging endemic culinary enemies, as well as making use of power-ups and setting fiendish traps to foil opponents. There are tons of colourful and dynamic stages packed full of surprises, which will make you laugh, scream, and want to play again and again.

Awards A Palooza for Lunch A Palooza

Lunch A Palooza has been the recipient of numerous award nominations and citations, including GameDaily Connect USA Indie Prize, Visual Fest 2019, Unity Dev Day, The Pixelatl Festival animation and film festival, Indies MX, and Conque 2019. As development continues, Seashell Studio continues to tweak the design, add content and deliver more fun than you can shake a breadstick at, and the developer promises it’ll be cooked for full release soon.

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Roger Hulley, Manager Director of Alternative Software Ltd., commented, “Seashell Studio shows superb skill in what they’ve created so far with Lunch A Palooza. We’re excited to share the next phase of the game with the community, and hope they have as much fun playing as we all have in creating the game to-date. Now I’m hungry.”

Lunch A Palooza is available now on Steam Early Access for £9.99, $12.99 and €12.99

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