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Chroma Squad reaches fundraising goal on Kickstarter
If you grew up in the 90s, you might remember watching Power Rangers and soon you will be able to create your very own Power Rangers TV series. Yesterday, the game Chroma Squad reached its goal of $55,000 on Kickstarter with 18 days still to go.
According the game’s Kickstarer, Chroma Squad will allow players to manage a sentai TV studio where they will have the ability to hire actors, buy cameras and record episodes. As the manager of the TV show players will have complete control the show’s production which includes choosing which role each actor will have on the show and what color their jumpsuit will be to developing marketing campaigns for you show.
After taking care of the management side of the TV series players will then be allowed to record episodes which will mean fighting monsters. Battles in Chroma Squad will be done through turn based combat as you get to fight hordes of foot soldiers as well as the monster of the week.
Chroma Squad is being developed by Behold Studios, who are best known for developing the meta-humor driven and D&D inspired game Knights of Pen and Paper. Behold Studios has also included stretch goals for the Kickstarter if they raise $80,000 and $110,000.
At $80,000, the game will include solo rider extra episodes which levels in the style of shows like The Masked Rider. At $110,000 the game will have an episode editor where players will be able to create their own episodes with the players able to write their own dialogue and also having the ability to share episodes online. However, the episode editor is not expected to be made available until after the game’s launch date.
Chroma Squad’s expected release date is in December of this year with the episode editor to be made available in the middle of next year.
Did you watch Power Rangers or Super Sentai while growing up? Does the idea of managing your own Power Ranger series excite you? Are you currently interested in donating to this Kickstarer? Please let us know in the comments below.