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    Volley Pals – An Action-Packed Cartoon-Style Arcade Volleyball Multiplayer Party Game Pre-Order Available On Xbox Now, Switch This Week

    Independent development studio NAISU has announces that the pre-order for Volley Pals is now available on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. The game will be released on the Microsoft Store on March 10.

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    The Switch pre-order page will be released on January 11 in Korea, Japan, and Hong Kong; on January 12, in Europe; and on January 13, in Americas. The game will be released on Nintendo Switch and on Steam on April 6, 2023.

    Volley Palsis a chaotic, cartoon style arcade volleyball game with local multiplayer for up to 4 people. It is designed as a party game with each level featuring different themes and mechanics.

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    In Volley Pals you can play with modified rules from classic volleyball like invading your opponent’s area, using your opponent’s service before they do, increasing the height of the net, and playing rock/paper/scissors.


    • Modern-style arcade volleyball game.
    • Play against up to 4-player local multiplayer or AI.
    • Various crazy levels with different themes and mechanics.
    • A special level dedicated to customise your own rules and preferences with a wide range of options.
    • Original and cute characters to choose from.
    • Stylish 2D cartoon graphics.

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