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Natto-Cat

Natto-Cat - 1.05

Aaron Maupin (maupin)

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Description

Natto-Cat is a unique Boulderdash style arcade game. You play as RB51, a half robot / half cat agent searching underground caves for cat snacks. Adversaries include walking, exploding custards, force-fed exploding rabbits, and expanding green peas. When enemies explode, they splatter blood (or custard) on surrounding objects, so it is a bit violent. These splatter effects can be turned off by editing a prefs file. There are 25 caves (and 6 intermissions). There are 3 difficulty levels for each cave, the highest of which is extremely challenging. Currently, only a Windows py2exe binary is available.

Changes

Fullscreen mode (800x600) is now available, but hasn't been extensively tested. Natto-Cat now keeps track of which caves you've completed, and adds them to the starting selection menu accordingly, so you don't have to play through the same caves again and again. Fixed some minor display issues.

Links

Home Page: http://www.natto-cat.org/
Windows: http://www.natto-cat.org/nattocat.msi

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Releases

Natto-Cat - 1.4 - Feb 2, 2007
Natto-Cat - 1.18 - Jan 14, 2007
Natto-Cat - 1.12 - Sep 13, 2006
Natto-Cat - 1.06 - Jul 17, 2006
Natto-Cat - 1.05 - Jun 18, 2006
Natto-Cat - 1.03 - Jun 9, 2006

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February 3, 2007 7:30am - James Mills - nickname: (prologic)
Hi,

Can we please see a Linux version of
this marvelous looking game that I
have yet to try :)

cheers
JamesMills
January 26, 2007 8:19am - Raden Muhammad Mu'az - nickname: (radenmuaz)
Darn,
I'm using a PPC Mac Mini.
January 17, 2007 7:35am - Aaron Maupin - nickname: (maupin)
I'll release the source sometime in the future. It's mostly embarassment that is holding me back. Trust me, there is no more tangled a mess of Python spaghetti code than the code for Natto-Cat... would be the perfect example of how NOT to program, if only the game didn't work well.
January 14, 2007 1:42pm - Mystex - nickname: (mystex) - 4/5
yeah i would like to see the source for it :-D
January 14, 2007 9:35am - Jasper Stolte - nickname: (apex) - 4/5
Loving it..
August 3, 2006 8:29am - Rade Drmic - nickname: (rade) - 5/5
great game!!!
I wish I could get source for it :)
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