Party of Sin is a coopetitive puzzle-platformer for 1-4 players to be released on PC. Each player will inhabit one of the Seven Deadly Sins, Envy, Gluttony, Greed, Lust, Pride, Sloth, or Wrath, and will try to fight/puzzle their way out of hell and into heaven. For more information, check out the About page.
In religious mythology, there are seven deadly sins:
The Seven Deadly Sins are believed to destroy the life of grace and lead to eternal damnation. In Party of Sin, we allow you to do so comfortably from your sofa.
Party of Sin is an independent game developed by independent people. Daniel Menard, the project lead, developed the award-winning Half-Life 2 mod Eternal Silence. The rest of the team consists of Eternal Silence artists and passionate developers who have joined the cause. A full list can be found on our Contact page.
Pre-order your copy of Party of Sin! Pre-sales help fund the development of the game. We use funds from preorders to show the game to fans at conferences, purchase development tools, and compensate our dev team which has been working voluntarily for the past 3 years.
We host public forums where we invite everyone to discuss the game. We host democratic polls and discussion regarding development issues.
Party of Sin will be released on PC via digital download. Ports for Mac and Linux are planned, but no clear schedule has been determined. We are also looking at distributing the game via Xbox Live Arcade, but we don’t have any confirmed deals yet.
Party of Sin will sell for $15.
Party of Sin will be available in late 2012.
Yes and no. Party of Sin will not feature any online multiplayer. However, Party of Sin can be played cooperatively with up to four players. Get some friends together, bust open some beers (if you’re legal) and start kicking some angel ass.
We don’t feel the game mechanics of Party of Sin lend themselves well to online multiplayer. Griefing is somewhat part of Party of Sin, and griefing in real life can be really funny (since you’re with people you know). Griefing online can be a real pain though, because people get stupid when they’re anonymous.