Aug 17, 2014

StrikeForce Kitty!

StrikeForce Kitty!

Fresh Blood for the Deadly Felines

So, here I am again, presenting this short and fun game about deadly kittens trying to rescue their princess.
StrikeForce Kitty (brought by the Deqaf Studio) is an imaginative game in which you can control your little balls of fur with the WASD keys and dress them up as serial killers, or warrior princesses if you want to.  It’s very important that you don’t forget to give them their fresh fish!

Okay, let’s get into the important info: the princess has been kidnapped by foxes, and we are the most powerful strike force our kingdom has, so we have to go on the quest to rescue her. As we get into the enemy land we have to defeat our foes, which are oddly recognizable, not because they are foxes (duh), but because they are dressed up as Lara Croft, V, and even Gandalf, AND that’s where the game gets super fun. Once the fox is dead you get one of the items of his armor. Those can be the weapon, the hat, or anything else. And one of your four pretty mittens can wear it. Each item improves something like stamina, or damage, and each complete outfit grants you an ability, like:
- Freddy heals 1 point of all the kitties every three seconds.
-Xena, has 30% chance of double shot.

Obviously, every kitty has its bad thing, and these kitties get really tired if they don’t drink milk, or eat their fish to level up. That’s what the stamina bar is for. When the bar reaches zero your kitties are too tired to go on! So you have to rest and try it again next time :(
Like all games that involve the “when you ran out of stamina or whatever you have to start again” you can get tired really fast, and don’t reach the second part of the game. Thankfully, the outfit idea really refreshes the trip because you (or at least I did) get eager to find what character you’re gonna fight next. Plus the Kitties are really cute, and the graphics are adorable.

So, get on the duty! There is a nice kitty princess to save! Meow! ;D

- Emma

Disclaimer: I didn’t upload any of the content in the following link. I have downloaded and checked it as I always do. I have even executed it in my own computer and did not experience any kind of problems. But I can’t ensure that it is free of virus and/or malware that my anti-virus programs couldn’t find. That’s the author’s responsibility.

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