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[PC] Free - Kao The Kangaroo: Round 2 @ Steam

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Another upcoming free to keep game from Steam. Available from 9/6 at 5pm.

Play as Kao! The cutest and bravest kangaroo of all video games returns in this digital version of “Kao the Kangaroo: Round 2."
Experience the joy of playing a classic 3D single-player platformer filled with various challenges, including fighting, racing and solving puzzles.
Bounce through 25 levels set in 5 unique, colorful worlds to rescue your animal friends captured by the evil Hunter and his henchmen!

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  • Great game for those who don't already have this from a previous Steam giveaway. Wish they would also update and add the other 2 games in the series "Kao the Kangaroo" and "Kao the Kangaroo: Mystery of the Volcano. Like they did with this game.

  • is it an Aussie equivalent version of of Crash Bandicoot?! gameplay looks exactly the same :D

  • Epic games: free civ 6
    steam:

    • Worse is that it is not Steam making those free and paying forbit but it is the publishers/devs themselves that do.

      • Why are you getting downvotes for this comment? Epic are paying developers for their freebies.

        • Because there are some people here who are (a) total Steam adherents and (b) who downvote anything I write because I write it, not because what I write is wrong or they disagree.
          If it makes them happy then we should let them. Plus, if the wast their negs on me, they cannot neg anywhere else. LOL

          Epic is paying for the freebies, Steam isn't. It's as simple as that.

          • @Lysander: Maybe you're getting the negs because you make off topic, flamebait, troll comments? Why should Valve give games away for free?

            • @drewmoney: Truth is now trolling and flamebait. Very interesting.
              Ever heard of competition?
              Epic now has 15% marketshare in less than 2 years. That's pretty good going. And you can take a wild guess where that share is coming from?
              Have a good night.

              • @Lysander: Oh don't get me wrong, you're spot on by pointing out that Valve isn't giving this game away for free. You're right when you say it's the publisher/devs. No argument from me there.

                The problem is that you're intentionally diminishing the positive value of the free deal. You pop in on someone else's "Free Game on Steam" post just to kick Valve in the balls. You claim that it's not bad enough that Epic gave out a free game and Valve didn't, but it's WORSE (your words) because Valve isn't paying for it. Why is it worse? Why is it bad at all the Valve isn't paying anyone for the free game? Who gives a crap if the pub/dev wants to give a game away for free?

                So wait, what you're actually saying is that if a pub/dev on Steam wants to give a game away for free it makes Valve the bad guy. AND if Epic wants to give a game away for free it also makes Valve the bad guy? Why? How?

                So for the record, yes your comment was clearly off topic, flamebait, and a troll comment. Bashing a software platform for not paying a dev that wants to give away a game for free is a troll's attempt to start a fight.

                You have a good night too.

    • go back to epic SeriouslyJk

  • Great find, I have huge respect to this game because devs donated 100% of their sales to the Australian bushfires (WIRES, Wildlife Information, Education and Rescue Services) in the past (Jan 2020) which was a tally of $3715. (The price was $1.99 back then I think)

  • Now live. Thanks.

  • Is anyone else seeing a NordVPN logo at the top of the steam page instead of the steam logo?
    And if just me, any ideas what I should be looking for that might be causing it.

    • No, Steam as a whole is not meant to have ads anywhere. If you are seeing something like that it's likely you may have some malware on your machine or a rogue browser plugin. Check that you trust all the addons/plugins installed in your browser. Would also recommend running Malwarebytes to scan your PC.