Game for Cats Accused of Selling DLC to Cats
Game of Cats as you might have guessed is a game intended to be played by cats. I was disappointed to hear that the game was not developed by cats.
Which mainly consists of “chase a thing around the screen” mini-games aiming to keep your cat busy and out of trouble; sort of like what regular video games do with human children.
If your feline friend demands a new more interesting “chase a thing around the screen” (or as I like to call them CATATS) all you need to do is buy one of the 99cent DLC map packs. So no need to worry that your cat might stop playing and start plotting a way to murder you. Did I mention the easy to use interface that even includes a section for buying DLC. It’s so easy to use even a cat can use it; no seriously cats are able to use. Have you guessed what the problem might be? (If you haven’t perhaps picture books might be a better source of reading material for you…like this one)
Hiccup, the game’s developer, received a ton of complaints from upset
hipsters customers whose cats had managed to purchase the abovementioned DLC. Some even went as far as to suggest that Hiccup was deliberately trying to fool the cats into buying the DLC; perhaps the planned “make the buy button a mouse” patch will be scrapped then.
TJ Fuller; the artists for the GoC, simply said “We got in a lot of trouble,”
Rather than submit to the raw purrchasing power of the Felis catus, Hiccup instead implemented a simple test to make sure the user is a member of the right species. The user has to place their hand on the screen and keep their fingertips in the same position for a couple of seconds in order to acquire the DLC.