Cat Ouest is an open-world Role Playing Game (RPG) vvhere you play as a furry vvarrior mage, desperately searching for your ‘catnapped’ sister, who has been taken by a sinister looking teline who also destroyed your boat. Talk about a bad day… As you wake up on the shore of the continent, Felingard (the game is tilled with cat-inspired locations), yoiTre visited by your spirit animal, Spirry, who provides aid and tips to you throughout the game – the tirst being a vvarning that dragons have recently returned to these lands.
Explore. Battle. Cast spells. Try not to singe your fur. Cat Quest doesn’t want you to get lost or confused, so players can explore the game’s vast open vvorld by tollovving the white arrovv that acts as a compass, directing you to the next quest.
Movement, spell-casting and picking up quests is easy with the game’s elegant Controls – just tap on the map to move your cat vvarrior. Combat is also simple but satistying, as you dance in and out of an enemy’s attack range, dodging their fire blasts and then darting in at the last minute to deplete their health bars with your vveaponry.
Collect and equip gear to create a terocious teline. Remember to take a cat nap every once in a vvhile to restore your health and save your game, as well as collecting points to increase your povver as you progress. With its fast-moving gameplay, Cat Quest is pertect for those wanting to dip their toes into the vvorld of RPGs. Enjoy exploring castles and dungeons, tighting dragons and ultimately completing your rescue mission, whilst being treated to a range of cat-based puns and tun dialogue.
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