If you're in the mood to shoot some monsters, but also really want an excuse to look at adorable anime cats, Neko Navy is here to help.
The game, originally created by programmer DeathMofuMofu, was first released in Japan. Now, thanks to Fruitbat Factory, the game has English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean language support, and can be bought in the West on Steam!
The game's official synopsis outlines a game that seems to be a mix of casual and exciting:
Flying cats versus 10,000 soothing characters!
What awaits them beyond all those furious midair fights...?
Witness the world's most shocking ending for yourself!
Shoot, evade, and detonate Bombers!
Neko Navy is an exhilarating horizontal-scrolling shooter with easy controls.
The game offers three difficulties that everyone from a beginner to an advanced player can enjoy.
Fire off as many Bombers as you can to achieve high scores!
The updated Steam version includes leaderboards, trading cards, Cloud support, and achievements, as well as support for multiple resolutions.
Neko Navy was greenlit in January, and is now available for $10.99. As a release week bonus, you can pick it up now at a 10% discount.
Source: Fruitbat Factory
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