21st Street Games
|Headquarters||New York, NY|
|Key people||Brian Ferrara, Creative Director|
|Products||Techno Kitten Adventure, Nyan Cat Adventure|
21st Street Games is based in Manhattan's flatiron district with satellite studios in both South Florida and Mumbai, India. The design studio specializes in gaming, mobile application, and web and technology development, and is best known for the game Techno Kitten Adventure. 21st Street Games has published games on the iOS App Store, Xbox Live Indie Games market, Android Market and Windows Phone market and Facebook.
Techno Kitten Adventure
Techno Kitten Adventure is a Side-scrolling video game developed by creative design studio Elite Gudz and 21st Street Games for the iOS App Store, Xbox Live Indie Games market, Android Market and Windows Phone market. In the game, players control a flying kitten that must avoid obstacles and distractions timed to techno music. The game was first released on Xbox Live Indie Games on September 6, 2010 by Nick Kinkade (xMonox). Since its initial release, Techno Kitten Adventure has been one of the top downloaded and top rated games on the Xbox Live Indie Games market.
Nyan Cat Adventure
After Techno Kitten Adventure, Nyan Cat Adventure was released in December 2011 on Xbox Live Indie Games. The game was based on the Nyan Cat animation, which went viral on YouTube with 54 million views,
List of Games
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- About 21st Street Games, http://21stgames.com/about.php
- Techno Kitten Adventure: Your Perfect In-Class Distraction, http://www.thecampussocialite.com/techno-kitten-adventure-your-perfect-class-distraction/
- "Technology". Los Angeles Times.