Posted Wed Aug 31, 2016 at 08:28 AM PDT by Tyler Treese
Find out what characters will be dancing.
Developer Undercoders has been working on a rhythm game, and it's releasing September 14th on PC. Called 'Conga Master,' the game has players travelling to different nightclubs to start conga lines. They'll have to make sure the line stays orderly (and avoids disco dancers) by making sure the dancing maintains momentum.
'Conga Master' features over 30 separate dancers in the game, and each will have their own dancing stats (after all, no two people dance alike). Besides a single-player mode, the PC title will also have local cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes. Publisher Rising Star Games will be showing off the rhythm game at PAX West, so those attending can dance their way to booth #114 in the north hall to play it.
If you want to meet some of the game's cast, then check out the 'Conga Master' character teaser trailer below:
'Conga Master' releases September 14th on PC. Console versions are planned for a 2017 release.
Source: Rising Star Games
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