‘Pigs play test the game code......video footage’

Popcorn Arcade


Farmyard Party….

Stourbridge, England. The in-house development team working on DDI’s most bonkers game to date -‘Farmyard Party’ - have been hogging away in the studio play testing the game to make sure that it truly is a family-friendly competitive experience.


Stourbridge, England, 17th April 2009. Data Design Interactive - a successful video games publisher and games developer - today released a video showcasing their forthcoming family sporting events game‘Farmyard Party’ which will be released on their dedicated Nintendo Wii label Popcorn Arcade.

Farmyard Party brings farmyard fun to the Nintendo Wii. The game has eight sporting events which are divided into four categories: all-round, speed, power, and skill. Game modes include party modes themed around event styles, single event fun and some hilarious bonus games.

The game play revolves around using a combination of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk in various ways to complete each event. The events require a combination of speed, timing and more than a little sweat!

Alongside the challenges of beating the game records and those of your friends, there are a number of new characters, bonus games and a development gallery for players to enjoy.

Based on the cornerstones of sportsmanship and competitiveness of the fun and crazy games, Farmyard Party is an ideal choice for family friendly fun this Easter. Farmyard Party provides an entertaining multiplayer experience (4 player mode), with colourful graphics and physically demanding gameplay.

Product Information

Release date: Q2 2009

Genre: Sports / Party

No. of players: Up to 4 players

Platform: Nintendo Wii

Developer: Data Design Interactive

Publisher: Data Design Interactive

Data Design Interactive is part of Green Solutions Ltd (GSL) which manages the production of interactive products for the entertainment industry. From game design,

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