“Kao the Kangaroo: Complete Kaollection” Now on PC, New Game Coming in 2022

On Tuesday, ZOOM Platform released the Kao the Kangaroo: Complete Kaollection for PC. Sure, the full trilogy has been available on PC platforms for a while, but the big news is that a brand new Kao the Kangaroo game is currently being planned for 2022.

Originally created by Polish developer Tate Multimedia, the Kao the Kangaroo games are 3D platformers remembered for their colorful, family-friendly aesthetics and gameplay. This new “Kaollection” includes all three original Kao the Kangaroo games and a number of other bonuses. Here’s a breakdown of each title from Zoom:

Kao the Kangaroo – Released: November 23rd 2000 on PC and SEGA Dreamcast

Kao the Kangaroo: Round 2 – Released: November 4th 2003 on PC, Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo GameCube and Sony PlayStation 2

Kao the Kangaroo: Mystery of the Volcano – Released: December 2nd 2005 on PC

Kao the Kangaroo: Complete Kaollection (that’s a lot of “K’s” there, Zoom. Don’t let the online weirdos “kancel” you) comes with all three games, an updated digital manual, a complete digital soundtrack, and a 4K wallpaper for $4.99, which is admittedly quite a deal for so much “kontent”. You may even say it’s “kwite kheap,” eh?

Okay, I’m out of here. You can pick up the Kao the Kangaroo: Complete Kaollection directly from Zoom here.

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