Overview Of The Game
Feline lonely? Well look no further! We have a whole island populated entirely (well, mostly) by single cats for you to purruse. We have cats for all types people, regardless of whether you're male, female, gender-neutral or undecided.
As a budding young scientist at a research facility on Cat Island, you have the opportunity to seduce up to six, yes, as many as SIX, cats! Now you may be asking yourself, “Is this not an entirely disgusting, perverted, thinly veiled bestial cash grab as well as grossly unprofessional?” I don't know! You'll have to vote for the game to find out.
Choose your own catventure in this visual-dating-novel-simulator while making sure not to die of sleep deprivation or get fired due to negligence, or gross misconduct by diligently juggling your stats as well as maintaining a flourishing professional life.
Aside from the fact that this is obviously one big excuse to make cat puns, the plot to this game is actually surprisingly in-depth and emotionally stirring and the writing itself is Shakespearean in verbosity, even if we do say so ourselves (which we totally do, duh). Beneath this kawaii façade lies the dark, brooding mystery of Cat Island, which can only be discovered after multiple playthroughs and careful analytical scrutiny.
- 6 loveable main cats!
- Multiple entertaining endings!
- A perplexing mystery!
- An infinite amount of amewsing cat puns!
- A whole bunch of science!
- Madcap hijinx and shenanigans for cat-lovers everywhere!
Quotes and Press:
Yogscast Hannah - "Holy Christ I love cats, I want this!"
Destructoid - "I can't resist the look of those scruffy, dribbly cat faces."
This is the debut game from The Bae Team, which consists of Oliver Age 24 and his Bae. Oliver has, as the Content Producer at Bossa Studios, worked on titles such as I Am Bread, Surgeon Simulator and Worlds Adrift. His bae is super into cats.
This game is dedicated to Little Edie and Lush. May their food bowls forever overfloweth with mackerel (they're both still alive btw).
Q: Seriously though, is this bestiality?
A: This game is art. Art is open to interpretation. I think asking this question, says more about you than it does about the game. Maybe you should ask yourself “Is it I, that what is the bestiality?”
Q: Is the main character a cat or a human?
A: A human, duh, we want the game to be relatable.
Q: Can I play as a dog?
A: No, that would not be realistic, this is a realistic game.
A: The fact that you need to ask, highlights the need for such a game to exist.
Q: Are they real cats, or pretend cats?
A: How can mirrors be real if our eyes aren’t real?
Q: Are there gay cats?
A: What an old fashioned question. Get with the times Gran! Our cats are blind to gender, as should we all be.
Q: What’s a cat?
A: It’s like a dog but much sexier.
Q: What is it that Meatloaf won’t do for love?
A: This is a dumb question, he actually explains in the verses what he will and won’t do. We suggest listening to the song and giving Meatloaf the attention that he deserves.