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Notchified Cat

by Team Techno - Jam Entry

Theme link: You only get one life

Notchified Cat is a game where you play as a human sized cat that walks on two feet, who has to jump over Notches and navigate though the map to get the goblet at the end of the map to win. Just don't collide with Notch!

The game is more difficult than you may first think, but it is possible! :)

Also, a special thanks to Markus Persson for giving us a clip of his voice to use in the menu of the game!

CONTROLS

A -> Go Left
D -> Go Right
W -> Jump (you can double jump)

DISCLAIMER

The game was going to be multi-arch but due to an unfortunate set of circumstances the game can only be released for Windows.

Downloads and Links


Ratings

#1604Coolness20%

Comments

ashen says ...
Dec 17, 2013 @ 11:17am

Found it impossible until I accidently pressed the jump button twice and double jumped. Maybe you could mention this in your notes?
"Welcome to notchified cat" got a bit annoying after the 30th time so I made another mini game to see how quickly I could press r to replay. Not a bad platformer overall.

goerp says ...
Dec 17, 2013 @ 6:39pm

That music is brilliant! Old skool catchy!
What a weird idea, ha!

_zulli says ...
Dec 17, 2013 @ 10:48pm

Cool game! Graphics were simple but good! Mechanics were fluid most of times but jumping and collision with notch are a little bit bad. I like it! Goo job.

If you have time, rate my game too! I would really appreciate it :)

dalbinblue says ...
Dec 24, 2013 @ 6:15am

Very catchy music. The premise of the game is certainly the strangest I've seen so far. Despite that, it is a serviceable platformer. The complete restart from the beginning of the game was a bit annoying considering the precision of the jumps needed, but I suppose that is the theme's fault.

Dec 29, 2013 @ 8:46pm

haha. the voice. at the beginning. didn't think it was possible till i discoved the double jump. i then saw the instruction on this page. :D kinda short game for a jam, right?

Atmospherium says ...
Dec 30, 2013 @ 5:31pm

Cats + Notch = All the internets. Cool game, the controls were really responsive and the platforming was properly challenging. Good work on this and congratulations on getting the Notch cameo!

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