SiSSYFiGHT 2000, an online game produced and released in 2000 by the online magazine, Word.com, is poised to return! There was absolutely nothing like it at the time, and it’s still relevant today.
From their Kickstarter page:
“In the mystical years of the late 90s, a little game called SiSSYFiGHT 2000 was born on the web. Hundreds of thousands of players fought as bratty little girls, teasing and tattling and licking their lollipops on the playground. An amazing community sprang up around the game, in which players became fan artists and storytellers, reporters and celebrities, criminals and vigilantes.
“There was something special about SiSSYFiGHT. It was one of the first multiplayer games with real-time chat in a browser. It was a social game with actual social gameplay, long before “social games” on Facebook existed. Its stylishly primitive visual look preceded the rise of big-pixel indie games by almost a decade.”
Please help SiSSYFiGHT 2000 to return!