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Wobbly party game A Gummy's Life gets cross-play, new maps and more

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A Gummy's Life might not be as well known as say Gang Beasts but it's a great wobbly-physics party game that really is a lot of fun to play and it just got a lot bigger. Honestly if you didn't like Gang Beasts but like the idea then I think you might find a home with A Gummy's Life.

Giving you a range of small areas to fight in, the game is all about comedy. Everything about it is silly and it's hard not to laugh at how ridiculous the characters are with them being based on sweets (or candy if you're American - whatever). . A big 1.1.0 update went out adding cross play with the various consoles, cosmetics you can add to your gummies, 3 new maps, a training map for local play, 2 new unlockable gummies, a new difficulty mode to unluck, a rework of the grabbing system, a better AI and lots more tweaks.

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Could very well be your next party game. Family friendly too, as long as someone can use a gamepad they're pretty much guaranteed to have a bit of fun with it.

You can buy it on Steam.

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