Memory Kitten, a kitten so smart he wears lab goggles, must bravely match off (and match up) the terrifying Mystery Card Invaders from the Second Dimension or face total humiliation at the upcoming Dinosaur Rodeo. Without his lucky dino-spurs, kept hostage by those depthless delinquents, he will never win the grand prize: a weapon of mass destruction!
Should a kitten, however smart, be allowed to own a weapon of mass destruction?
Are dinosaur rodeos cruelty to extinct animals?
Will the Stave King ever get the respect from Apple Tree that he craves?
The answers to these questions, and more, await, along with a catchy soundtrack and cool sound effects!
How to Play: Flip over cards, remember what they are if they're different so you can try to pairs over at the same time. Every game is different, so it's basically a roguelike. You only have 13 lives, like all scientist cats, and you have a timer so you can compare times with your pals/buddies/mates/chums.
Controls: Arrows move your selection. Z starts, flips and restarts if you win... or lose.
This is my first PICO-8 cart. I made it in about an evening, taking a suggestion from my girlfriend, hence the feline nature of the game's eponymous hero. It has some neat sound effects and a pretty catchy soundtrack, and has a timer so you can record your score. As someone who is working on a much longer-term project, it's wonderful to have a medium where you can actually finish something and have it be kind of neat.
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