Ninja Pizza Girl desperately needs your help
When indie developers become worried about their projects, they sell out. Or at least that’s the case for Disparity Games, the developers of the critically lauded Ninja Pizza Girl. Their Kickstarter, which ends on August 13, 2014, has yet to reach its goal, and so the developers have decided to embark on a last-ditch effort to sell out in any possible way.
Jason Stark of Disparity stated, “We thought long and hard about what the core messages of Ninja Pizza Girl are and we realised that after the concepts of self-esteem, bullying and jumping off rooftops, the pizza stuff was just getting in the way. So now she delivers potato salad to D-list celebrities in order to meet Kim Kardashian.”
Nicole Stark, also of Disparity, added, “Whatever it takes for Ninja Pizza Girl to reach its goals, we’re not too proud to do it. No bandwagon is too crazy for us to jump on in an effort for us to get the game out. If people want our hero Gemma to be a machine gun-wielding raccoon who takes selfies in a 8-bit-themed level that looks like Flappy Birds, we’ll make it happen!”
The developers gave us one last message to impart: “Ok, so the gameplay changes we detailed are made up, but we do really need your help!” With only 8 days left to gain around $12,000, they certainly do.
Will the game, which has received incredibly favorable appraisal from critics be doomed to a failed Kickstarter, or will it manage to see the light of day on Wii U, PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android early next year?