SpaceCats in Space Kickstarter is Go!

SpaceCats in Space Kickstarter is Go!

If you're interested in that kind of thing.

Cryptastic by Cryptastic on Aug 10, 2016 @ 03:02 PM (Staff Bios)
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I loved the game, Flotilla, even though the combat was pretty long and clunky. The story was fun and interesting, and I loved the art style behind it. But what really made me love the game were the rastafarian cats you could meet on your journey.

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Yeah, I wasn't kidding.

So it wasn't surprising when I was instantly interested in SpaceCats in Space. Its got cats. It's got space. It's got SpaceCats. It's got it all! The gameplay is wildly different from Flotilla. It's more of an action shooter from the "good ol' days." I'm not saying that in a bad way. The best part is that it seems to have a decent sense of humor about itself.


If you can catch it beside all that space action, that is.

SpaceCats in Space has launched a Kickstarter and a Steam Greenlight campaign. So if blasting across the galaxy as a band of cat spacers sounds like your kind of thing, check it out.

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