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About Konrad von Krautkopf, the inventor of Krautscape
2013 年 08 月 14 日 - $$$
You may ask: Why the hell is this game called 'Krautscape'? It's a legitimate question, but the answer is pretty simple and obvious.
The open minded german inventor Dr. Konrad von Krautkopf invented a revolutionary street building system with flying cars, called "Krautscape" in the 1870s. He unfortunately died of food poisoning (rotten meat, probably), so he was not able to make his vision reality. There were some copycats like Carl Benz, who 'invented' cars right after Dr. von Krautkopf died – what a coincidence. But they all didn't really get the idea, most of them forgot the wings, and they used dirty gasoline instead of clean wind energy, because they were completely unable to read the complex plans he left. To further cover up Dr. von Krautkopf's great invention, they even started to discredit his name – as you see in the comments.
Although his physical body died many years ago, Dr. von Krautkopf recently reappeared on Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/konrad.vonkrautkopf ), where he explained us the whole story and his plans, and we thought we could help him by making a game based on his idea. He's just such a nice guy.