Attempting to turn a negative into a positive, the launch of mobile game ‘Creeping with the Crudashians’ was reimagined into a charity gala in honor of the victims of the Mother Emanuel AME shootings and the City of Charleston. The July 14 invite-only event at Republic Lounge raised money for the Emanuel 9 Fund and STEM scholarships for South Carolina minorities.
We spoke with Cara Florence and Nicole Young, co-founders with Maureen Coffey-Edri, of the all-woman-owned, South Carolina-based gaming development and publishing company 3 Queens, about their newest ventures and how it is to be female entrepreneurs. Here’s what they told us.
As a player advances to higher levels, the humorous effects and difficulty level increases.Creeping with the Crudashians, which features characters named Cym, Crusty, Lord D*ckhead, Crassy, Crawley, Dumpfries and Crewellina, will be available for both iOS and Android users.
A small all-female gaming development group from South Carolina called 3 Queens also made an appearance at E3, to introduce their new game “Creeping with the Crudashians,” a mobile game parody of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” according to MTV News.
30. This fake lady, who may actually be more real than the lady she’s imitating
Yes, that’s a Kardashian joke.
And “do this” they did. Just in their first day at E3, 3 Queens’ booth was booming with visitors. Even during our interview, a long line had formed behind me — attendees waiting to learn more about “Crudashians” — which was my queue to wrap things up. However, before I left, I asked Young, Florence and Coffey-Edri what it was like to see their booth get so much attention at the con, especially in such a male-dominated space.