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Assimilate! is a 50s-themed, social deduction party game about a cleverly-disguised robot infiltrating a local, "humans only" sockhop! Play with 5-10 players locally or online and use your phone as the controller.

Presskit

Factsheet

Developer:
Friendship is Fun
Based in United States

Release date:
Coming 1 week

Platforms:
Windows
Mac

Website:
friendshipisfun.com

Available From:
$10.00 - itch.io

Description

Assimilate! (A Party Game) consists of three rounds of finger-pointing fun. Each player is either a human, robot, or programmer (the robot's best friend) and needs to work together in order to win. The only problem, the humans don't know who their fellow humans are so they'll have to use logic, deduction, and teamwork to figure out who they can trust.

History

Assimilate! was started at the onset of COVID-19's stay at home orders in an effort to create a game that can be played with friends and family over a video call. As such, every aspect of the game has been designed to make it as easy as possible to enjoy remotely or together. It's been a labor of love from the three co-founders, and a great way to pass the time indoors. Stay safe, all! :)

Features

  • Party Game
  • Multiplayer
  • Social Deduction

Videos

Assimilate! (A Party Game) Trailer YouTube


Images

Download all screenshots & photos as .zip
03_-_Round_Start.png
01_Main_menu.png
02_Lobby.png
05_Deliberation.png
04_Game_Board.png
07_Victory_Screen.png
00_Press_A_to_Start.png
06_Results.png

Download logo/icon assets as .zip
logo
icon

Steam Store Page
Be sure to Wishlist us on Steam! store.steampowered.com/app/1423140/Assimilate_A_Party_Game.


About Friendship is Fun

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A developer and publisher of party games including Assimilate! (A Party Game).

More information
More information on Friendship is Fun, our logo & relevant media are available here.


Assimilate! (A Party Game) Credits

Christopher Ellis
Marketer

Brett Tunick
Designer

Marcus Urban
Developer


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