Holidays can get even more interesting when you begin to pilfer traditions — that aren’t really yours! Fred Kahl (@Fredini) created a iOS game that features Krampus, loosely based around a demon featured in German holiday Christmas traditions, and worked with the talented Cereberus333’s Krampus model to create a unique action figure version of this holiday character to be able to share it with people who might not even have heard of Krampus the Christmas demon outside of seeing the character in his game. With a 3D printer and some design chops at your disposal, who is to say that you can’t have a Leap Day William, Hannukkah Harry, or Flying Spaghetti Monster holiday decoration, never mind these figures not being locally celebrated, mainstream, or even actual traditions.
A 3D printable action figure of everyone’s favorite Christmas demon, Santa’s evil counterpart — Krampus!
In honor of the holidays, New York digital agency Funny Garbage has released an update to Krampage — our free arcade game for iOS featuring Krampus! Play as Krampus as he goes on a rampage to punish all those bad little boys and girls in this twisted holiday classic!
For more info or to download, go here.
To celebrate the release of the 2.0 version of this iOS game game, we are remixing Cereberus333’s Krampus into a 3D printable trophy for all you Krampage fans out there!
Merry Krampus, One and All!
Happy Holidays from your friends at Funny Garbage!
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