In this game Cecil, the lion, and his animal friends take their revenge by shooting the illegal poachers from their moving vehicle. The game's developers, David Kotkin and Glenn Cutler, say it's a game to honor Cecil's memory and make the public aware how technology could be used to stop the illegal killing of these majestic animals.
"Cecil's death empowered us to do a game where animals shoot at the poachers for a change. We have the animals shooting while flying through space for a reason. It has to do with drones and satellites. These modern technologies could track the animals and also track the poachers if they kill another Cecil," says Kotkin and Cutler. Proceeds from "Cecil’s Revenge" will help fund technology such as drones and satellites that would stop illegal poaching.
Help us stop the poaching once and for all. Your help can make a difference. Come join the fight at www.cecilrevenge.com