Kayko & Kokosh: Coloring Book – release date revealed, the NEW trailer is now available! Kayko and Kokosh are the heroes of the hit animated series on Netflix, but above all, the cult comic book.
This Friday, September 16, Kayko & Kokosh: Coloring Book will hit Nintendo Switch consoles. It’s a unique combination of the coloring book, interactive comic, and visual novel.
The plot of the game is created by former CD Projekt RED writer, Magdalena Kucenty, responsible for the script of The Witcher’s Gwent.
Watch new trailer on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnTM8Mfl-38
It’s time to immerse yourself into the unique story
In Kayko & Kokosh: Coloring Book you’ll enter the colorful world of the Slavic fantasy world based on the works of Janusz Christa—one of the best-known comic book artists in Poland.
The humorous strips follow the story of two warriors that do everything they can to defend their beloved castle of Mirmilovo from attacks by the evil order of Knaveknights.
Best slavic duo of heroes
Kayko is the clever, resourceful and lovable kind of a hero, while Kokosh is more of a strong and confident type, who’s always hungry. They both serve castellan and his wife—Mirmil and Lubava—who take care of general order in Mirmilovo.
In The Remarkable Medieval World
In this beautiful, yet rarely quiet place the sneaky attacks from the Knaveknights are so common that Kayko and Kokosh need to constantly invent new tactics of saving the castle.
And they do it in the funniest and cunning ways possible: from absurd diplomatic disputes through changing the opening hours of the castle to the fight with an overwhelming spirit of laziness.
Above All – Good Fun
The additional ten comic strips picture everyday life in the castle and its surroundings, with cute and magical creatures that live there.
Thanks to the fun drawings and stories the “Kayko & Kokosh Coloring Book” should please readers of every age and improve their mood immediately!
Key Features Kayko & Kokosh: Coloring Book
— Unique aesthetic
— Dozens of drawings to complete
— Great fun for children – and an excellent way to introduce them to comics
— The best way for children to express their creativity