Capy teams up with Cartoon Network for OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes

A video game tie-in for a game-inspired show

Besides the ever-out-of-reach Below, Capy Games is also busy adapting a new Cartoon Network series from Ian Jones-Quartey called OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes into a “brawler-meets-RPG.”

The collaboration makes total sense given Capy’s history of designing great games with other people’s licenses, as well as the premise for this show, which has its characters literally leveling up to beat down their foes in Lakewood Plaza, “a mall for heroes.” Here’s a tease ahead of the summer premiere:

“With OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes, Ian & Toby [Jones] are cramming the soul of videogames into a cartoon,” said the studio. “CAPY is setting out to do the reverse – mash the language of cartoons into a videogame. We think it’s pretty cool, and we hope fans of both games and cartoons dig it when it releases.” It’s planned for release this fall on PC and consoles, including PlayStation 4.

CAPY + CARTOON NETWORK = THE OK K.O. VIDEOGAME [Capy Games]

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