Remember a few months ago when we all thought an adventure game was the unlikeliest, most anachronistic thing ever to be brought back by a Kickstarter? Double Fine truly changed the world, and now we’re at this point: Cheetahmen II: The Lost Levels.
Action 52 prototype owner Greg Pabich launched this all-caps Kickstarter to fund the production of new NES cartridges with a completed version of the unreleased Cheetahmen II game, a game known for two things: annoyingly catchy music, and being terrible.
Pabich previously released Cheetahmen: The Creation, based on a different (?) lost prototype game.
In order to get Cheetahmen II on a cartridge, you need to kick in at least $60, which also gets you a “COLLECTOR BOX, COMIC, CUSTOM DUSTCOVER AND ‘PROTOTYPE’ NUMBERED, HOLOGRAM LABEL.”