5 Cat Games Recommended by Scarlett from I Married a Monster on a Hill

5 Cat Games Recommended by Scarlett from “I Married a Monster on a Hill”

Scarlett, the cat lover and fursuit maker from “I Married a Monster on a Hill” has a soft spot for anything feline. If you’re looking to get your paws on some cat-themed games, here are her top picks, all purr-fect for cat enthusiasts.

5 Cat-Themed Indie Games

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1. Cat Cat

Jump into action with “Cat Cat,” a simple yet addicting platformer created in just 48 hours during a mini game jam. Navigate through 10 levels using the arrow keys or A/D to move and the space bar or up arrow to jump. It’s quick to start with the enter key and fun to master. Ideal for anyone looking for a straightforward, enjoyable game.

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2. Wholesome Cats

Explore an island teeming with over 50 types of cats—magic cats, dessert cats, thicc cats, and even a smol borker. “Wholesome Cats” lets you befriend these adorable kitties as you unlock the mysteries of the island. With charming 8-bit music and cat sounds, this game is available on both iOS and Android. Start your pawsome journey and bring peace to catkind!

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3. Happy Cat Tavern

Step into the Happy Cat Tavern where Batou the cat has one goal: drink as many milkshakes as possible. The gameplay is quirky and fun—type words quickly and accurately to serve up milkshakes and cheer Batou on. It’s a test of your typing skills and a blast for anyone looking to improve their keyboard prowess while having fun.

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4. Sticky Cats

Grab some friends for this chaotic 2-4 player party game. In “Sticky Cats,” the goal is to steal a fish and escape through a window, but the catch? You stick to everything! It’s a hilarious mess of a game that’s perfect for parties or just hanging out. Prepare for laughs and a bit of friendly competition as you navigate through the sticky chaos.

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5. Kattespill

Dive into a relaxing cat paradise with “Kattespill,” where you can pet, feed, and wash your virtual cats. Simple controls make it easy: left-click to move cats around, drop them where you want them to interact, and right-click to give them some love. It’s a gentle, soothing game that’s great for unwinding after a long day.

These games are Scarlett-approved and guaranteed to delight any cat lover out there. Whether you’re in the mood for some light-hearted fun or some chaotic party action, these cat games cover all bases. Try them out and let the cat adventures begin!

About “I Married a Monster on a Hill”

Be in it for the after story of the chase in “I Married a Monster on a Hill,” an 18+ visual novel, comic and multimedia series. Engage with the lives of several characters – from married couples to potential besties – in the small yet vibrant town of Willowgrove Hills. Centered on Boys Love, Girls Love, and life’s unpredictable game, this series explores the messy yet touching web of relationships. A series of games where ‘for richer or poorer’ could mean budgeting for superhero capes, and the couple’s therapy might address who left the cap off the toothpaste… again.

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