Article Title:Help Laquisha save the world!
Category:Entertainment
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford
Published on:13th November 2013 - 12:20 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
Internet Archive link:https://web.archive.org/web/20170423044601/http://www.gaynz.com/articles/publish/6/article_14183.php
Story ID:14183
Text:You can help LaQuisha Redfern save the world, and her mother! How? Invest in a one-of-a-kind video game starring Wellington's fabulous bearded lady. Laquisha is the alter-ego of Conrad Johnston, who has teamed up with Dan Milward, director of cloud-based gamefroot.com, to build the game Laquisha’s Odyssey. They say it will be a chance for fans of 80s video games like Leisure Suit Larry, King’s Quest or Space Quest, to relive their youth. The game will feature Laquisha as she ‘sashays’ through six levels of escapades and innuendo to rescue Mother from the aliens, find the right man and spoil an alien plot which is set to destroy the world as we know it. Johnston says in Laquisha’s Odyssey, not only can you save the world, but you can also inhale a breath of fresh air away from headlines dominated by Sochi and marriage equality. “LaQuisha Redfern thinks she is the world's favourite bearded lady, who is loved for her witty stories and escapades. So we thought why not turn her adventures into a game that anyone can play,” he says. “We’re looking for support to Kickstart this project, and I have it on good authority that LaQuisha is willing to provide lots of incentives to get the Search for Mother underway.” LaQuisha has a special message of her own: “Yes my Darlings, if you decide to support Me and my loyal pussy, Cuddle Unit 5, in our Odyssey, you will receive sprinkles of gifts from LaQuisha to say thank you. Not only will you have special gifts to beautify your world, you'll also get to play me in adventure so gay it's beyond the rainbow.” The Kickstarter fund opens today, contribute here See a demo of the gameplay below! Jacqui Stanford - 13th November 2013    
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