Disney Channel All Star House Party is a cancelled party video game based on the Disney Channel shows, published by Disney Interactive Studios. The game was in development for the PlayStation 3's PlayStation Move.
Disney Channel All Star House Party is a mascot collection party game that brings together several characters from the Disney Channel Multiverse in one epic roundup that plays very similarly to Nintendo's WarioWare video game series. The game focuses on House Party Games, which are short games that last for about five seconds. The game is broken up into stages, each represented by a Disney Channel character and loosely connected by a story, with the House Party Games divided among the stages based on the Disney Channel shows. After the player completes a stage's House Party Games, they advance to a boss stage, which is a House Party Game that is longer and more complex than the others. After the player completes all of the single-player stages, the game unlocks a multiplayer mode, in which only one PlayStation Move controller is used and shared by up to 12 players. While a player plays a House Party Game in this mode, other players watch, and after the House Party Game is completed, the player passes the PlayStation Move controller to the next person.
The game required the "Form Scepter" (the equivalent of the Form Baton in WarioWare: Smooth Moves) to play.
The game is compatible with the "Balance Jewel" (the equivalents of Balance Stones in WarioWare: Smooth Moves) to play.
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