Thanksgiving Gets Chaotic in ‘Wreck the Party’

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Thanksgiving is meant to be a time of graciousness and gorging on food. Sometimes, things get a little hectic. Chances are, you’ve never had a Thanksgiving quite like the one presented in Wreck the Party! Thanksgiving Edition, though.

Players are given a huge turkey to fling down the dinner table, causing all sorts of drama for their waiting relatives. Your goal is to destroy enough things to wrack up a high score. Wreck the Party! is currently in the proof of concept stage, so expect more to come from this title in the future.

Wreck the Party! Thanksgiving Edition is available as a completely free download for both Windows and Mac on itch.io.

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