This game is even more dreadful to play than to watch.

Famicom games with cats as the star seem to have a really, really horrible curse upon them. Case in point is the game I wrote about here, which was (very, very loosely) based on the Japanese version of Milo & Otis, a film I watched pretty avidly as a wee lass.

But that game was at least somewhat playable and had slightly interesting mechanics.

This?

This makes the comic strips it's based on seem like godly Tolstoy novels by comparison.

  


Yep. This is my Christmas present to you all. A really horrid Famicom game.
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Posted by Pepsiman

Famicom games with cats as the star seem to have a really, really horrible curse upon them. Case in point is the game I wrote about here, which was (very, very loosely) based on the Japanese version of Milo & Otis, a film I watched pretty avidly as a wee lass.

But that game was at least somewhat playable and had slightly interesting mechanics.

This?

This makes the comic strips it's based on seem like godly Tolstoy novels by comparison.

  


Yep. This is my Christmas present to you all. A really horrid Famicom game.
Posted by LtColJaxson

That game is incredibly uninspired and boring.

Posted by Eirikr

Dude, a week of Garfield is the shit. What's funnier than spending a week with Garfield, America's favorite cat?

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