Double Fine has confirmed to Joystiq that its Kinect exclusive Happy Action Theater will be released on Xbox Live Arcade February 1. Announced back in October as a game for “three-year-olds or college dorm rooms full of drunken 20-year-olds”, it was originally slated for a holiday release before seeing a delay. It features 18 mini-games lasting a few minutes each, offering a cycling playlist which turns your living or dorm room into a virtual playgrounds.
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Double Fine Happy Action Theater
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Happy Action Theater