Cateia Games, Steve Ince and production studio Frontmen are teaming up to make a sequel to the acclaimed point-and-click adventure, Kaptain Brawe: A Brawe New World. They want your money. Now.
June 2, 2014
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Kaptain Brawe (the character) is a space police captain with a serious attitude and special talent for doing things exactly the wrong way.
In Kaptain Brawe 2: A Space Travesty, he's stranded on a remote ice planet with little hope of rescue. In an effort to keep warm, he's just burned the last flammable piece of his ship.
But he needs to re-save the universe; in fact, he seems to be its only hope. Presuming, of course, that he knows it needs saving in the first place. What's a Kaptain to do?
Cateia Games, the indie developer behind the first Kaptain Brawe (and well-known for its roster of a dozen other excellent adventure games) has teamed with art production studio Frontmen and legendary screenwriter and game designer Steve Ince of Broken Sword fame to bring Kaptain Brawe 2: A Space Travesty to life.
They need your help in order to do so.
Steve Ince: "This game is going to be the first outright wacky comedy game I’ve worked on for some time and I’m really looking forward to getting my fingers stuck into the keyboard. Well, not literally, of course. When I was approached by the team at Cateia Games to get involved with the sequel to the first Kaptain Brawe game, I pondered long and hard on what I should do.
"Two minutes later, my head already bursting with ideas, I replied to their enquiring e-mail with a measured response. I say measured because I took out my old Mary Poppins Tape Measure™ and found that it read exactly 'excitedly enthusiastic;' not a millimetre more or a quarter-ounce less."
So what are you waiting for? Go here, and bring money!
Update: July 2, 2014
Alas, the Kickstarter campaign has fallen short of its goal, but another crowdfunder is in the works. More info will be forthcoming.