The new Hello Kitty video game is Coming next year. Roberta Taylor’s brand-new tabletop board game Hello Kitty: Day at the Park was just unveiled by Maestro Media. The game will support 2-4 players and be suitable for gamers aged 8 and older, though specifics are being kept under wraps for the time being.
Fans will be able to contribute to the game’s final design before it is released through a Kickstarter that will start this September. The tabletop adaptations of Bridge Constructor and Sally Face were also created by Maestro Media, which is most known for its tabletop adaptation of The Binding of Isaac.
Although Maestro Media has shown they can create games that are true to their IPs while yet being original, the Hello Kitty series represents new ground for them.
“We are ecstatic to be working with Sanrio to bring a new Hello Kitty game directly to the fans,” said Javon Frazier, Founder, and CEO of Maestro Media. “We cannot wait to work directly with the beloved brand’s millions of fans all over the world, incorporating their ideas and feedback, to create a one-of-a-kind experience the community will love.”
Hello, Kitty has already appeared in a lot of board games, albeit the majority of them are licensed editions of games like Uno, Monopoly, and Labyrinth.
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Although several original children’s tabletop games were published in the 2000s at the height of the Hello Kitty craze, this may be the first new Hello Kitty game made in quite some time. With an estimated market worth of over $8 billion, Hello Kitty continues to be an immensely well-liked franchise.
The franchise’s various licensed projects are its strength, and Sanrio recently restricted its Hello Kitty TV initiatives to YouTube serieEven thoughhat there haven’t been any updates since 2021, New Line is working on a Hello Kitty movie.