Viva PiÃ±ata didn’t sell exceptionally well, but Microsoft is committed to the franchise. Coming out later this year is Viva PiÃ±ata: Party Animals, which takes the cast from the Saturday morning TV show and puts them into a party game. Rare is not handling the development work on Viva PiÃ±ata: Party Animals. Instead the title is being developed by Krome Studios in Australia who made the Ty the Tasmanian Tiger series. Since there are not many party games aimed at kids on the 360, Viva PiÃ±ata: Party Animals could fill a void and it looks infinitely better than Everyparty.
See the teaser video of Viva PiÃ±ata: Party Animals past the break.