Piñata Party Animals on Live

Quick, break them.

Microsoft wants you to celebrate the weekend with a bunch of papery garden dwellers, as it makes a new Live demo for Viva Piata Party Animals available.

It bumbles around the place at 971.17MB, and aims to give you and up-to three chums a good old eyeful of the mini-game compilation based on the animated television series - part of the franchise-building madness that brought us really rather good Rare offering Viva Piata.

Party Animals is due out this Christmas and boasts over 40 mini-games in total. These will have you doing all sorts of bizarre things like racing around town, burping boats down a stream, and smashing up innocent gardens.

Head over to our Viva Piata Party Animals gamepage for more information.

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