Natto-Cat (Windows)

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You control the actions of agent RB51, a cyborg kitty (half Russian Blue, half robot) with a hankering for natto, the tasty Japanese snack. RB51 roots around digging tunnels in what appear to be brown rice puffs in search of bags of natto cat treats, trying to avoid being crushed by dried plums or menaced by rabbits or ambulatory bowls of custard -- but having no qualms about dropping plums on them. (That's just what it takes to be an agent -- James Bond wouldn't blink at the prospect of taking out a counterintel agent with a plum.) When enough treats have been collected, the level's gate activates and passage to the next level is enabled.

If it doesn't sound familiar, what this amounts to is a reskinned Boulder Dash clone, to such an extent that Natto-Cat even supports Boulder Dash levels... as well as fan-made ones designed in its own included level editor.

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Natto-Cat Windows Setting up a trap
Natto-Cat Windows Coming around to the final gate after collecting enough cat treats
Natto-Cat Windows Splat!  Custard everywhere!
Natto-Cat Windows Sadly, squashed Natto-cats are not.

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Trivia

Just to strike the fear of God into the end-user, in the legal disclaimer it dubs the game (HEREAFTER "NO MERCY SYSTEM WIPER: THE BAD-ASS DESTROYER OF YOUR COMPUTER AND ITS FILES"). After some testing I can cheerfully report that the label thus far appears to be an exaggeration.

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  • Natto-Cat homepage (Includes free, legal download of the game as well as extra level sets.)
Pseudo_Intellectual (58443) added Natto-Cat (Windows) on Sep 06, 2007