I love Techno Kitten Adventure. I don't just love it, it's one of my favorite things ever and is among the few games I actually paid for on my Windows Phone without even trying out first. Techno Kitten Adventure is one of the most bizarre, hilarious, surreal, and rewarding experiences I've ever had in gaming. Yet it's so simple. And it may be the end of the Techno Kitten franchise forever, unless Super Techno Kitten Adventure can get funded on Kickstarter.
21st Street Games sent us an email earlier explaining the real story behind their Kickstarter. You see, the silly investors of 21st Games want the developers to ditch Techno Kitten in favor of boring, uncreative games that are more commercially viable (even though Techno Kitten Adventure has a total of over 700,000 unique downloads and they've made more money on that than any of their other projects combined). The investors simply will not fund the other projects 21st wants to do anymore.
They may be asking for quite a bit for such a seemingly small title, but it's all much-needed cash to make Super Techno Kitten Adventure the best one yet. Super is promising to jump into 3D graphics, have even more amazing licensed music, Create-A-Kitteh, and so much more. Just look at the prototype footage in the video above, it's already shaping up to be amazing. The tiered rewards also look like they'll be some of the best rewards I've ever seen on Kickstarter. I absolutely need that rainbow vinyl. You not only get one, but you get two so you can keep one in its packaging! Simply brilliant.
The Kickstarter for Super Techno Kitten Adventure has almost been up for a day, and it's already at $3,000 as of this writing. Let's make sure this one doesn't slip past us before time's up on August 7th, yeah? I absolutely need more Techno Kitten Adventure. Make it a point to watch the video at least, as it's sure to be some of the best four minutes of your life.
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