Posted by Andrew Hayward December 11, 2012

Double Fine's Kinect Party, the Xbox Live Arcade sequel to last winter's immensely charming Happy Action Theater, will be released next week on Tuesday, December 18, and it will debut free of charge and be available without a price tag throughout the rest of the month.

Like its predecessor, Kinect Party uses the Xbox 360 motion-sensing device to let you interact with all sorts of colorful diversions, which alter your image to create amusing sights and activities. The latest downloadable entry features a total of 36 such mini-games, including one based on Minecraft. It's unclear how much the game will be sold for come 2013, but if you have a Kinect (or plan on getting one soon), it should be well worth the free download later this month.


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