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Space Cats Tactics, a game of turn-based space battles, crew management and cats, now on Kickstarter

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Space Cats Tactics, a game of turn-based space battles, crew management and cats, now on Kickstarter

Game News - posted by Infinitron on Mon 1 June 2020, 23:31:36

Tags: Mitzi Games; Space Cats Tactics

Do you like managing spaceships? Do you like cats? Do you like turn-based tactical combat? Then Space Cats Tactics might be the game for you. In Space Cats Tactics you play as a genetically engineered cat supersoldier-turned-space pirate tasked with smuggling a ship, the Curiousity, to the outer reaches of the galaxy. The game is obviously inspired by FTL, but also features turn-based combat both in space and onboard. The developer is one Alex Nicola, a Guerilla Games UI engineer making indie games in his spare time, and he's been working on it for several years now. We spotted the game when it appeared on Steam last month and it didn't take long for it to hit Kickstarter afterwards. Here's the pitch video:


Alex is looking to raise €10,000 to improve Space Cats Tactics, although it will be released no matter what happens. If you like what you see, you can secure a copy for €18, with beta access at €36 and alpha access at €72. A free demo is available on Steam and on the game's official website. Space Cats Tactics is due out in July 2021.

There are 29 comments on Space Cats Tactics, a game of turn-based space battles, crew management and cats, now on Kickstarter

Pierre Begue wants money for his sequel.


TARGET: $5,000 USD

RAISED: $1,674.22 USD (33%)

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