• GameCharts     Steam    House Party
    Month Avg. Players Gain % Gain Peak Players
    December 2022 200 -8 -3.85% 309
    November 2022 208 -64 -23.53% 338
    October 2022 272 27 11.02% 993
    September 2022 245 -118 -32.51% 1,119
    August 2022 363 -197 -35.18% 576
    July 2022 560 337 151.12% 1,800
    June 2022 223 -12 -5.11% 438
    May 2022 235 -87 -27.02% 450
    April 2022 322 114 54.81% 1,319
    March 2022 208 23 12.43% 326
    February 2022 185 -80 -30.19% 342
    January 2022 265 23 9.5% 389
    December 2021 242 -27 -10.04% 356
    November 2021 269 49 22.27% 530
    October 2021 220 -62 -21.99% 384
    September 2021 282 -19 -6.31% 626
    August 2021 301 -103 -25.5% 699
    July 2021 404 36 9.78% 683
    June 2021 368 155 72.77% 665
    May 2021 213 -25 -10.5% 491
    April 2021 238 13 5.78% 410
    March 2021 225 -12 -5.06% 421
    February 2021 237 -61 -20.47% 495
    January 2021 298 43 16.86% 574
    December 2020 255 -26 -9.25% 417
    November 2020 281 85 43.37% 548
    October 2020 196 -56 -22.22% 328
    September 2020 252 83 49.11% 432
    August 2020 169 -56 -24.89% 306
    July 2020 225 23 11.39% 344
    June 2020 202 -45 -18.22% 334
    May 2020 247 -3 -1.2% 527
    April 2020 250 60 31.58% 387
    March 2020 190 14 7.95% 504
    February 2020 176 --- --- 333

    About House Party

    Once hailed as Rock, Paper, Shotgun’s worst game of 2017, House Party has been winning awards since it first emerged on the adventure game scene. This sexually charged, 3D point-and-click adventure is all about player choice and partying the way you want.



    One big house, hundreds of choices, dozens of stories

    Much like the hailed RPGS of yore, House Party contains intricate, branching narratives that drives our writing team to drink to excess. Every choice you make will have a reaction in your playthrough. Sometimes simple things can affect your party in the most magnificent of ways.

    With thousands upon thousands of dialogues and a growing roster of over 13 characters, House Party’s gameplay starts with the conversations and grows with the decisions that are made along the way. With no true ending but dozens of ways to finish, the story is what you make it--and it’s got so much of that “just-one-more-run” replayab...