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    Double Fine Happy Action Theater

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released Feb 01, 2012

    This Kinect-centric collection of 18 ridiculous activities could only have come from the fine folks at Double Fine Productions.

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    Double Fine Happy Action Theater is a Kinect-centric casual activity collection developed by Double Fine and published by Microsoft for the Xbox 360 (via Xbox Live Arcade) on February 1, 2012. Up to six players at a time (with seamless joining in and out of the play area) can participate in 18 silly activities (known as "channels"), such as playing around in a river of lava to making still "clones" of themselves.

    The game was released for 800 msp ($10) and was later replaced by its successor, Kinect Party. It is no longer found in the Xbox Live Marketplace.


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