therapist games launches GOD BASHING game on kickstarter

January 14, 2014

Southampton, UK – South coast games development studio THERAPIST launches its debut title ‘NATURE HATER’ on the Google PLAY store in a bid to change the status-quo of ‘rinse & repeat’ casual game development, currently plaguing phones and tablets everywhere, and they are looking to the crowdfunding scene to carry it through to completion.

The design team at therapist games are hoping that casual gamers will appreciate the cheeky theme and classic shooter game mechanics, all topped off with a cast of excellent characters.

visit the kickstarter page here:


The game follows Dean, a bitter, buck passing, grudge bearer who blames nature for his lot in life. He looks around the world and sees beauty in the design of all living things...all living things except the platypus.

He hates what he is, he hates that he is an egg laying mammal with no nipples. He hates what nature has done to him and nature has got to pay.

The game draws inspiration from classic arcade shooters, with modern dynamics and touch controls, to make it the perfect casual gaming experience, and all this is set to a soundtrack from some of the coolest up-and-coming bands.

The player must help Dean kill as much of natures spiteful beauty before eventually confronting God himself.

About therapist games

This company is an offshoot from the award winning Pew36 animation studios. Set up with two primary goals: Make excellent games, and continue Pew36’s long tradition and relationship with local universities, to offer great work placements and true gateway to industry employment.


As a bonus to backers, the team will be granting exclusive access to their development process with video how-to's and work in progress art.


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