|Genre:Social Games||Status: Open Beta|
|Time Unit:Realtime||Theme: Entertainment|
|Graphics: 2D||Period: Fantasy|
|Fee: Buy ingame advantages||Developer:Ubisoft Entertainment.|
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Ubisoft's Party Central is the latest to hit the social network, and it's about having a party at your house and seeing how many guests you can get to show up. As your notoriety rises, you can customize the design of your house and attract more guests. In no time, you'll have the hottest party around!
As long as the background entertainment is turned on (your choice of music, videogames, TV or movies), the guests will keep rolling through the door. The party can last for as little as 5 minutes, or as long as 24 hours of real time.
As the party's host, it's your job to keep the fridge stocked with food, which involves nothing more than clicking on the food meter and sacrificing some coins. Your other big job is to mingle with the guests to make sure they're having a good time. When two guests make a connection they'll start chatting with each other, which is your cue to click on them and perform special actions like throw a high-5, tell a joke, or even dance. Each action saps a bit of your energy, but yields coins and popularity (experience points) in return. Another thing to pay attention is the fact that little stars randomly appear over guests' heads, and clicking on them yields a random bonus of energy, coins or food.
There's also something called Luxury, which is a reflection of how hip your party pad looks. Sprucing up the place with interesting furniture and decorations boosts the Luxury meter, which will attract more guests. These items, which consists of the usual array of tables, couches, fridges, lamps, and so on, cost either regular coins or Facebook Credits.
There's definitely a stylishness to the decorations, along with some fun additions too. The newest items are a set of Halloween-themed furniture including a coffin-shaped table (a coffin-table, get it?), fridge with Halloween magnets, and a side-table with a bowl of candy...
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