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    Breed and biologically engineer cats, then send them out on epic quests to engage in turn-based tactical combat.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Mewgenics last edited by DarthBotto on 11/15/23 07:13AM View full history



    Mewgenics originally featured Pokémon-inspired combat.
    Mewgenics originally featured Pokémon-inspired combat.

    Mewgenics, (originally "Mew-Genics"), was announced by Team Meat in October 2012 as their follow-up to their critical and commercial hit, Super Meat Boy. The game was described as a "cat lady simulator", with inspiration drawn from The Sims, Pokémon, Animal Crossing and Tamagotchi. Mewgenics would feature players managing a household of randomly-generated cats, with unique visual aspects, states of being, sizes, animation sets, statistics and personalities. The cats would breed, with their attributes averaging out to create new variants, to compensate for their aging and dying predecessors. The cats would engage in combat, heavily inspired by Pokémon.

    Despite the game being featured in a playable state at conventions such as PAX Prime 2013 and PAX East 2014, Mewgenics was hit with a number of delays, stemming from differences in priorities & interests between Team Meat's co-owners, Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes. Team Meat indefinitely shelved Mewgenics in February 2016, before McMillen departed from the company in 2017.

    Final design

    A pre-alpha preview, touting the turn-based combat of the revamped project.
    A pre-alpha preview, touting the turn-based combat of the revamped project.

    In January 2018, McMillen announced that he had acquired the rights to Mewgenics from Team Meat and would be working full-time with his collaborator Tyler Glaiel, following their work together on The End is Nigh. Aside from the original soundtrack produced by Ridiculon - a band featuring Matthias Bossi & Jon Evans - the game would be started completely from scratch. While McMillen was committed to completing a handful of prior projects, Glaiel began full-time work on Mewgenics in May 2019, beginning with the development of a new engine. Several different forms of gameplay were approached, such as real-time strategy, before it was decided that a turn-based, grid system would be ideal.


    • Dr. Beanies
    • Butch
    • Baby Jack
    • Tink
    • Frank
    • Tracy

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