A long time ago, on an internet far, far way, Jim "Twinbeard" Crawford released a free browser game called Frog Fractions. Its absurdist humour and unpredictable string of non-sequiturs allowed the curio to go viral, resulting in a successfully crowdfunded sequel, Frog Fractions 2.
Everyone loves a mystery, don't they? I mean, why else would news about the discovery of Loch Ness Monster bones be trending on my Facebook feed right now?
Frog Fractions is a bit nuts. Its upcoming crowdfunded sequel seems even nuttier. Now its made up mini-game about its fundraising campaign, Kickstarter Simulator 2015, is nuttiest.
Frog Fractions developer Twinbeard Studios has voiced its disapproval of the Oculus acquisition by Facebook by adding a new stretch goal to its Frog Fractions 2 Kickstarter campaign: "buy Oculus back from Facebook."
UPDATE 07/04/2014: Frog Fractions 2's Kickstarter campaign has succeeded its $60K goal over the weekend.