Author: Aaron Maupin |
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Requires: Win All |
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Starting with version 1.4, Natto-Cat now comes with its own Cave Editor! It's still a bit rough around the edges, but is more than capable of bringing your wildest, trickiest, zaniest, and stupidest cave ideas to life. You can trade caves with your friends!
Help cat agent RB51 navigate through caves filled with natto and collect cat snacks. (Natto is fermented beans, a Japanese food.) Each cave has a required number of cat snacks to retrieve before the exit elevator can be activated. Dangers include falling dried plums and walking, exploding custards.
Furthermore, some cat snacks have been force-fed to cave rabbits, who will detonate at the slightest touch! And keep an eye out for expanding green peas, which can quickly fill a cave or block the exit...
Natto-Cat supports most USB joystick/keypads. You may also use the keyboard.
Use the joystick or arrow keys to move, and Fire or CTRL to push/grab without moving.
ESC commits suicide if you're trapped.
Falling cat snacks are just as heavy and dangerous as falling dried plums. Be careful when running back and forth at the bottom of a pile of cat snacks.
Custards always circle walls clockwise. Rabbits always circle walls counter-clockwise.
If expanding green peas overtake too much of a cave, they change into plums. If they can't expand any further, they change into cat snacks. (As green peas do.)
RB51 can push a single dried plum, but it sometimes takes a few tries before he's successful.
It is often convenient to use Fire or CTRL to grab cat snacks as they fall past.