Particle Party is a team-based action-arena map. Skate through space, blast your opponents with particles, and use your abilities to deflect those coming your way! Game modes are divided into deathmatch and objective games. In deathmatch, the goal is to score as many kills for your team as possible. In objective games, you might play soccer with an atom or feed a black hole. Although Particle Party takes us to a weirder dimension, the Warcraft flavor still stays with us.
Particle Party is primarily a team-based multiplayer map, but can also be played single-player in challenges or battles against A.I. Free-for-all deathmatch is available to support odd player numbers. A.I. can also be added to multiplayer games to balance out teams.
Single-player: Earn medals in various challenges and battles against A.I.
1 vs 1: An epic test of skills in deathmatch.
2 vs 2: Fun and interactive in any mode.
3 vs 3: Work as a team in objective games or prepare for absolute madness in deathmatch.
You are thrown into the arena as part of one of two teams - Team Lunar and Team Solar. Particles constantly spawn from the environment that deal damage when they come into contact with you. While you're trying to evade them, you pick up powerups randomly spawning on the map, such as health and mana potion, items that boost your power, as well as particle pellets. Particle pellets provide you with ammunition to shoot your own particles. In addition, you have access to a set of abilities unique to your character, such as emergency defensive cooldowns.
Because the particles you shoot are affected by the force fields around them, scoring a kill on the opponent is sometimes a bit more tricky than one might think. As charged particles repel each other, launching too many too quickly will cause them to disperse in all directions and not hit the intended target.
"Operation Firefly: A joint project between gnomish and goblin engineers. The task was simple: Reduce the test subjects down to a subatomic size with the Ultra-Miniaturizer 3000, then fire them to the outpost on Outland, where our technicians would get them back to their original size. It was supposed to be a cost-efficient way to travel between the two planets. Well, compared to the Dark Portal, that is. Do you know how much energy it takes to keep that thing open all the time?
Anyway, the miniaturization worked perfectly. But, as it is always the case with goblin technology, the rocket malfunctioned, and now instead of arriving on Outland, the passengers are stranded somewhere in the cosmos, reduced to a subatomic size, being exposed to the interstellar medium and who knows what else.
I just hope the voidlords don't find them before we do. They'd probably do all kinds of terrible things to them. Maybe even throw them into an arena; let them fight each other for their amusement.
Oh my, I don't dare to imagine the lawsuit that's coming our way."
—Shimo Jigglescrew, gnomish engineer
01 March, 2023
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Warcraft 3: Reforged compatible
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