October 13, 2009
Squeeballs Wash Ashore, Spread
‘Party’ Throughout U.S. New video game from PDP creates hours of family
The high-pitched squeals of animated
characters and plenty of adult laughter already are being reported after
mysterious crates washed ashore from the Pacific Ocean this morning.
Authorities speaking on the
condition of anonymity said they believe the alarming amount of happiness and
guilty pleasure is related to the upcoming national release of
"Squeeballs Party", a new video game for the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS
and as an iPhone/iPod Touch application, on Oct. 15, 2009.
Witness accounts describe the
crates, marked "this side up" and "handle with care," washing ashore in the
early morning hours. Small, furry objects left the crates and soon were headed
across the United States. Already, video footage showing the Squeeballs
strolling down the Las Vegas Strip and on Venice Beach has surfaced on
The brain behind "Squeeballs Party"
is Performance Designed Products LLC ("PDP"), a top video gaming accessory
company. Authorities say that the company boldly predicted today’s events,
saying, "The game’s mischievous antics provide a nice mix of fun and guilty
pleasure that both kids and adults will enjoy."
Sources said Squeeballs are toys
that are manufactured on a secret island somewhere in the Pacific and they must
be fully tested by the players of the game before they can be sold to children
around the world. "Squeeballs Party" features more than 150 unique challenges
where players can blow up, cook, slice, bat, bowl, shoot and bounce the
The Wii and DS versions of the game
retail for $29.99. The Nintendo DS version includes a limited edition Squeeballs
character stylus. The iPhone/iPod Touch app is available for $2.99 and a light
version is available for free.