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When you think of slumber parties and gaming, you might mull over slumber parties involving video games, but you're unlikely to think of the reverse. While there are examples frittered around here and there, like Sleepover Party and the much maligned We Dare on the Wii, slumber party video games ...

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Spin the Bottle's protracted development cycle - ho ho ho - comes to an end in two weeks time, when it finally reaches the Wii U eShop on August 8, priced at $9/€7. KnapNok's' party piece was expected in the spring, but its eccentric mechanics meant quality assurance took way longer than exp...

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Spin the Bottle, the Wii U game that puts players in compromising positions, is held up in QA with Nintendo, developer KnapNok tells My Nintendo News. Spin the Bottle was originally slated for May, but later received an "early summer" launch window. Now, KnapNok hopes for "mid-August." "The game...

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Spin the Bottle, KnapNok's Wii U party game that issues physical challenges to its players, will be released on the Wii U eShop this May, the developer told us this morning. If you happen to be attending GDC, you can find Spin the Bottle at GDC Play Kiosk 39, and make a fool of yourself (along wit...

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The Wii U is already odd, given that it's a two-screened home console with a pack-in game in which you dress your virtual self like Nintendo characters. But even on an unusual console, Knapnok Games' Spin the Bottle is one of the most unusual games to be announced. The party game uses the Wii U Gam...

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The Wii U is getting weirdo indie projects right from the jump. KnapNok Games, part of the Copenhagen Game Collective responsible for Dark Room Sex Game and B.U.T.T.O.N. (and associated with Johann Sebastian Joust developer Die Gute Fabrik) has revealed Spin the Bottle, a multiplayer party game th...

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