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Cats in Space!
While on a mission to the planet below, Wentworth the space cat inadvertently awakens a monstrous forest Golem. Now using the magic of the fairy world you must help him defeat the creature and restore order to the forest.

Point and click with your mouse to explore and solve puzzles. Look for white highlights when mousing over the screen to find interactable hotspots. When you collect an item, it will appear in your inventory in the upper left part of the screen. Click on items in your inventory to arm them, then click interactable hotspots to use the item on that hotspot.

Progress is auto-saved.

Sponsored by ArcadeBomb.com
Developed by ClickShakeGames.com (a Zeebarf & EntropicOrder company)
Original musical score by Sergiu Muresan

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This is a very fine game - good story, good characters, good art and graphics, fun world, sensible and intresting puzzles.

It could have been better and have multiple endings like most games from these developers trough.

I would really like to see a platform puzzle/action game with this character using his magic brush with different abilities to solve different puzzles and defeat different enemies by switching between the different dust types on the brush.

A very creative game , I love how the game auto-saves. Good job.

Pretty good and also a bit of a challenge. Now who spoke up in the very last scene. I'm pretty curious as to who that is.

It was a nice and cute game. Totally loved the art style, and the environments had a nice design! I can see the concept leading to something good, and support a part 2 or another similar game.

It was however too short and simple, and barely had anything that made it feel grand. Maybe because the action is localized to a small area, and everything is made to look overly quick and simple. There were also not many items or characters to interact with, only the essentials. The music was also not diverse enough, and sound effects were as well rather lacking.

Well that was a really interesting experience, I wish good luck for success with your newer games!

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4.32 / 5.00

Jun 5, 2012
4:29 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click