July 12, 2010
CrappyCat’s epic tale of junk and stuff lives on with the the new CrappyCat iPhone app.
CrappyCat is down on his luck, and stuck between “who knows” and “who cares.” His life used to be amazing. Red carpet fashion shows, High tea at noon, picnics in the park with his closest friends, but then something changed. It is weird, he can’t quite remember, but the life he loved was ripped from him, and he just can’t quite put the pieces together again. His only friend now is the bottle and … well, just the bottle.
All of that is about to change. As his past starts to unfold, he realizes that everything isn’t as bad as it seems. It’s much worse, and the world is hanging in the balance. Can he pull his life together in time, or are we all doomed? Join Crappy in the most epic tail of junk and stuff ever told! Ok, maybe not ever told, but it will be fun. I promise!
The CrappyCat app is now available on iTunes.
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