Party Animals – Beginners Guide (Tips, Basics and More)

The guide contains alot useful info for new players includes hints in general, technical questions and more.

Guide for New Players

General Tips

The ram

So I move I use is the ram. The ram often referred as grabbing headbutt Is a move where you grab the target. Without moving, please don’t move during this it ruins your stamina!

Ok back to the move, Then you need to headbutt the person until they are knocked out. Congrats you are insane. Now to the more difficult part of this, If you want a more effective but harder to use move you’d like this. Step 1 Grab a knocked out party animal. 2 lift them up 3 Wait til’ they wake up

4 Headbutt 5 damage.

Spin spin wee woo wee woo

Ok, so when you pick up a knocked out party animal to throw them/ dispose of them spin around for velocity. When you have done a full circle and you are facing the proper direction press right click and watch them fly!

Funny things

Throw projectiles at people its really funy and silly when it knocks them out.

Fling/ supa punchie

I don’t really know how to perform this but I know how to explain it. 1 Sprint using left shift 2 Use heavy punch 3 as soon as you use heavy punch dropkick and it will fling you.

This move is really mobile and dangerously funny and useful.

Learning to Punch

It’s too hard get a great advice for learning to punch, because it’s largely just down to practice and developing your own habits and style. I would generally advise against leaning TOO hard on light punches. They’re great when you’re new, and there’s many situations in which they will always be good, but they can become a bit unreliable if you get “better” at the game. With that said, you don’t need to avoid them at all right now, and you don’t need to phase them out of your playstyle at all if you don’t want to. I’ve met a few pretty competent players that manage to use them well, but I have had absolutely no success replicating that myself.

As for throwing, having some rotation when you’re preparing to throw your opponent is usually crucial. It doesn’t need to be anything extreme, but turning them at least 45 degrees before a throw can make a huge difference. It’s generally worth taking the extra moment to grab them at a good angle to get a better throw. Critically though, it’s usually not a good idea to take your opponent, run straight forward, and then throw them straight forward. There’s a lot of situations in which it will work, especially when you don’t need to throw them far/high, or if you know they’re gonna be asleep for a seriously long time. But it does tend to be both inefficient and ineffective compared to just launching them backwards or to the side.

If you want to practice throwing, you can try playing a private custom lobby in splitscreen. You don’t need another person, just knock out the other “player” and throw them around for a while on a map like Final Destination or Beast Soccer.

Spamming

Spamming is an option in certain places where you cant move, as if you defend the top of sub, but even there you can still heavy punch, but there’s no way he’ll do it now. he still needs to learn to heavy punch right away.

Also there’s a few more situations where punch spam is useful, or at least comparable to other options. For example, you can still attack with light punch when your stamina is completely empty, so it would be a good idea to start using it when you slip on a banana near an enemy.

Party Animals Servers

What servers does Party Animals support?

On Steam, Party Animals supports two servers with six nodes.

  • Asian Server: Chinese node
  • Global Server: Asia, Europe, oceania, North America and South America nodes
  • On Xbox, Party Animals only supports the Global Server with five nodes.
  • Global Server: Asia, Europe, oceania, North America and South America nodes

Is data between different servers connected?

Data between the Asian and Global Servers is not connected, but data between different nodes within the same server is linked.

How do I change my server node?

Once logged in, players can change their server nodes at “Settings > General.” Please note that restarting the game is necessary for node-switching to take effect.

System Requirements

The minimum system requirements for Party Animals are:

  • OS: Windows 10, 64-bit / Windows 11, 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 / AMD equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 750-Ti / AMD RX 550, 2GB VRam
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 8 GB available space

The recommended system requirements for Party Animals are:

  • OS: Windows 10, 64-bit / Windows 11, 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 7500K / AMD equivalent
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1060 / AMD RX 580, 4GB VRam
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
Jan Bonkoski
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A lifelong gamer Jan Bakowski, also known as Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. He lives in Poland (Wrocław). His passion for games began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Nintendo 64 back in 1998. Proud owner of Steam Deck, which has become his primary gaming platform. He’s been making guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job.

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