Boo Party


boo party title screen

Boo Party is an adventure RPG. The game published by EastAsiaSoft and developed by EastAsiaSoft and CosmiKankei.    Eastasiasoft released Boo Party on the Nintendo eShop on June 29th, 2023.   On behalf of the Handheld Gaming Community, I would like to thank the publishers for the review code. 


boo party new job

In Boo Party you play as a Photographer. You must investigate the paranormal convergence for Dr. Lesbrock. You will explore the big mansion near her location and photograph any creatures you find.  Just a quick note.  The photos are of female monsters and are seminude.  If this isn’t something you want or are comfortable with, there are settings to censor the images in the game’s option settings.

boo party options


boo party scientist

If you are to fulfill Dr. Lesbrock’s request, you must take 12 pictures in all.   Sounds simple right?   It turns out that you can’t just take any creature’s photo.   You must have permission.   To get their permission, they will send you out to find items of varying sorts.   The first photo I took required me to bring a vampire a hamburger.   This requires you to find buns, ground beef, lettuce, and a tomato.    Other photos will have similar requirements. 

boo party exploring more

The mansion will open up as you complete requests. These will help you progress through the game.  As you collect the photos and report back to the Dr. Lesbrock, you will also collect spirit points.  You may use Spirit points to purchase items while in the mansion.  


boo party conjuring hamburger

The art style of Boo Party is very cartoon-like.   The monsters are well-drawn and moderately detailed.  It seems like the developers spent more time on the female characters than the rest of the characters.   Once you start collecting photos this will become more obvious why that is. The game moves very smoothly and fast, this is nice as you must explore the different parts of the mansion frequently. 


boo party show floor

The story is pretty basic. The story does get you started.   The game uses the characters you are trying to photograph, to tell more parts of the story.   At no time did I feel lost while playing the game.


boo party change the channel

The sound in Boo Party is very catchy. At various points in the game you can approach a sound system and change the background music depending how far you are in the game. It really does remind me of the sound on Super Nintendo games.


At the time of writing this review, Boo Party is available on the Nintendo eShop for $9.99.   I have enjoyed my time with the game. Judging from my experience, you should get between 5-10 hours of play.  If you enjoy games that contain lots of fetch quests, then this game is going to be right up your alley. 


boo party exploring

Boo Party is a well made game where you have to collect items for different characters in order to get their consent to be photographed. After each photograph you take the photo to Dr. Lesbrock and get spirit points. Those spirit points help you acquire other items for other characters. The art style is very cartoon-like and reminds me of games from the 16 bit generation. If this Boo Party sounds like something you would enjoy, then don’t hesitate to pick this game up! You can pick up Boo Party on the Nintendo eShop for $9.99. On behalf of the Handheld Gaming Community I would like to thank Eastasiasoft for the review code.

Boo Party is a fun Adventure/RPG from Eastasiasoft. You have to go around looking for monsters who would be willing to be photographed. You must collect 12 photographs in all. I really enjoyed the game as its graphics and sound remind me of the Super Nintendo/Mega Drive(Genesis) era.
  • Graphics remind me of 16 bit era games
  • Sound is very catchy
  • Story is pretty basic
Gameplay - 8
Graphics/Performance - 8
Story - 7
Sound - 8.5
Value - 7
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My interest in handheld gaming started when I was in high school. I was obsessed with getting a Game Gear. I was so excited to have a relatively high quality gaming experience (for the time) with me wherever I went! As I became an adult, handheld gaming always maintained an important part in my life. I was thrilled to take my handheld gaming to the next level when I got a Playstation Vita, and later a Nintendo Switch. My go-to genres are arcade racers, and RPGs. While I don’t really like games like Minecraft, the Dragon Quest Builders series compelled me so much. I spent over 200 hours between the two entries.

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