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Mowin’ & Throwin’
New multiplayer fun has landed on the Nintendo Switch and Steam. Check out a game that has you….mowing the lawn… with friends.
Check out the Steam description below:
ABOUT THIS GAME
Play as lawn gnomes and wreck your neighbor’s yard by throwing rocks, fertilizer bags, and psychedelic mushrooms. Race around in a nitro boosted mower to pickup grass and blast unsuspecting opponents with its hidden tank cannon. Mowin’ & Throwin’ is great to play with friends, family, or people you only sort of like. The experience is best played locally, but is playable online through PARSEC.
Mowin’ & Throwin’ is a competitive lawn mowing experience where the objective of the game is the have the LEAST amount of grass on your lawn before time runs out. Mow down the competition in our 2v2 or 1v1 game modes. Customize your experience by choosing between two zanny gnome avatars as well as their hat. This game requires controllers, but will soon support keyboards and full keyboard / controller button remapping!
A stunning variety of items drop from the sky during the match. Use them to knock gnomes of mowers, regrow grass, or flip your opponent’s controls!
Ever wonder what it’s like to drive a riding mower that’s souped up with nitrous and a tank cannon!? Experience the thrill of mowing at breakneck speeds to gather grass bag ammo to shoot at your rival team’s yard!
Grow closer with your friends by teaming up! Or ruin that friendship with a well aimed rock! Keep the couch fun during parties or when you need a break from the online world.
A single match only takes a few minutes, but Mowin’ & Throwin’ can keep you and your friends occupied for seasons.
The controls and objective of Mowin’ & Throwin’ are easy to learn. But if you want to be a cut above the rest, you’ll need to master each lawn’s unique challenge to turn them to your advantage!
Each lawn is unique and creates challenges that affect how you mow and throw. Some examples include shifting terrain, elevators, destructible environments, darkness, and more!
I’m most likely going to get this for my Nintendo Switch for that local multiplayer goodness when we travel. Mowin’ & Throwin’ seems to be fast paced enough that I won’t mind playing it when we hang out with friends.
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