Stuff Your Faces, Lunch A Palooza Is Out on Switch and PS4

Prepare to gorge on excitement as Lunch A Palooza arrives on the Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4 today.

Joining the menu, after Lunch A Palooza served up on PC back inMay 2020, the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch launch of this food-based frenzy begins today. Available over on the Nintendo Switch eShop and PlayStation Store for $19.99/€18.99 and $15.99/ €14.99, respectively, this gastronomic experience blends together exquisite flavours and utterly chaotic multiplayer silliness for an escape from the rigours that life has been serving up of late.

“We are excited to finally offer Lunch a Palooza on a whole variety of platforms,” said Rodrigo Cuadriello from Seashell Studio. “With multiple modes and characters to select from, Lunch a Palooza provides hours of fun party action through hysterical food encounters.”

What’s On The Menu?

For those of you that haven’t picked up a plate yet, Lunch A Palooza is a frenzied food fight where players step into the arena as one of eight dishes, pushing other delicacies off the table. You’ll take on your friend and enemies in single-player or local multiplayer for up to four people. Pick from a range of environments, each with their own hazards and unique mechanics. Nowhere is safe, not the restaurant table or the pool table.
You’ll also be able to pepper your character with power-ups to spice up your unique attacks. When dishing out the pain anything goes, from serving side dishes to sweep up the competition, to setting up push traps to clear the table for the next sitting.

While Lunch A Palooza follows a recent theme with other notable party games like Bake N Switch and the cute chaos that is Cake Bash, this one seems to be worth a look if you are in need of competitive burger bashing. You can find out more about Lunch A Palooza over on the official website now.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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