Katamari Creator’s ALPHABET Now Available for PC, Mac, and Linux


Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi has his hands full with the PlayStation 4 sandbox game Wattam, however prior to working on that game he squeezed out a side-project with indie developer Adam Saltsman.

Called simply ALPHABET, the silly marathon runner was originally available to only Kickstarter backers. Now, the game is available for everyone across PC, Mac, and Linux – in the 2016 Fantastic Arcade Bundle.

The game supports between one and 26 players (hence the name Alphabet), and tasks players with running, jumping, eating, singing, pooping, and even sleeping through a crazy obstacle course.

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  1. Ubrokemygrill?
    September 25, 2016 at 1:07 pm

    Have you seen his playground designs? They definitely take inspiration from his games. I don’t know if he managed to actually get the funding to make his playgrounds but the guy definitely has the best interests for kids in mind despite his whacky shit.