It seems like the folks at Rogue Games really like cats. First was Bright Paw, a murder mystery puzzle game where you play as a cat, and then Arcanium: Rise of Akhan, an open-world deck-building card game where you can play as a group of three. anthropomorphic cats.
And now we have Fisti-Fluffs, the cooperative 3D fighting game where you and up to three friends can sit down, choose their favorite cat, and then take a beating. But in a nice way.
If you remember games like Power Stone, you will get a general idea of what it is Fisti-Fluffs, but there are some twists. First of all, and most obviously, you play like four-legged felines. This means that uppercuts and roundhouses have been replaced by scratches, headbutts and the curious ability to divebomb your opponents. A physics engine has also been included in which innocuous household objects can be turned into deadly projectiles thanks to a swipe of your kitty’s paw.
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And then there are the cats themselves. Fisti-Fluffs comes with a list of real-life cats that have been digitized into furry warriors, along with the ability to add accessories such as glasses, backpacks, fancy necklaces, berets, scarves, and headbands. If none of these cats appeal to you, you can create your own kitten, choosing your cat’s breed, hair pattern, name and even voice.
There are five game modes in Fisti-Fluffs, with the Tussle standard that puts four cats in a room to see which one is the best. There’s also Crown Control, Destruction, Party, and Kibble Defense, which consists of defending yourself against waves of rats trying to steal your precious kibbles. There are six fully destructible phases, co-op multiplayer for up to four players (online multiplayer will be added in a future update), and a photo mode.
Fisti-Fluffs It’s on sale now on Steam, the Epic Games Store, and the Switch Nintendo eShop.