Blast Cats, or Blast Cats, was a huge hit on Kickstarter, and now Netflix has criticized its rights.
When the Exploding Kittens Kickstarter campaign launched in 2015, it took just seven days for more people to support the board game The Oatmeal demonstrates than any other previous project on the platform. No one would have thought that nearly 220,000 people would pump about $8.8 million, especially since 10,000 was the goal.
The success of the game, known in Hungarian as Exploding Kittens, showed that communities have a place on Kickstarter, and as a result they tried a lot of luck and succeeded with their idea (The best board game in the world There too and ran twice).
Now, seven years after the premiere of Exploding Kittens, Netflix sensed that there was still potential in all of this, announcing that an exclusive version of the game would be available to subscribers in May 2022, and that the animated series for adults would debut in 2023. Starring Tom Ellis, Abraham Lim, Lucy Liu, Ali Mackie, Mark Brooks, and Sacher Zamata. Models are played by Shane Kosakowski and Matthew Inman behind The Oatmeal.
According to the story, “the eternal struggle between heaven and hell reaches new heights when both God and Satan are sent to Earth – in the form of puffy domestic cats.”
Video quizzes, explanations, curiosities, talks, live broadcasts, walkthroughs, Hungarian subtitle previews.
As far as the game is concerned, we can’t expect a major innovation, and the interface will also be familiar to those who’ve played the digital version on a mobile or switch, but it will include two exclusive tabs: Radar shows you where the next exploding cat is on the deck and Flip Flop reflects the order in which Draw cards with it. Additional cards and mechanics will be issued after the premiere of the show. You can play alone or online against others.
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