BurgerTime Party! details four-player multiplayer, stage gimmicks, and items

Four-players can play together for the first time in the series.

BurgerTime Party!

G-Mode Corporation has shared new information and screenshots for BurgerTime Party!, introducing the game’s four-player multiplayer mode, stage gimmicks, and items.

A Series First: Four-Player Multiplayer Mode

A BurgerTime series first! In BurgerTime Party!, up to four players can finally play together. With the new “Rescue System,” you can rescue friends who have been defeated by an enemy. Whether you are playing with friends or family, things are bound to heat up when everyone is playing together!

BurgerTime Party!

BurgerTime Party!

New Feature: Stages Full of Unique Mechanics

“Stage Gimmicks” are another new element of BurgerTime Party!. You can look forward to all sorts of difficult-to-deal-with gimmicks, including burning floors, crumbling floors, icy ladders, conveyor belts, and more. Watch out not only for the enemies approaching you, but also for the stage itself!

BurgerTime Party!

BurgerTime Party!

Helpful Items

Whether it is a “Chili Pepper” that lets you blow fire from your mouth, a “Nugget” that stops enemy movement for a short time, or something else entirely, BurgerTime Party! features various items with fixed time effects that players can obtain. Use them wisely to overcome difficult situations.

BurgerTime Party!

BurgerTime Party!

BurgerTime Party! is due out for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in 2019 in Japan.

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