Fisti-Fluffs is a multiplayer fighting game and brawler coming to Nintendo Switch and Steam. Up to four players can get it on in a fight to death playing as domesticated cats. It is like the Smash Bros of Icanhascheezburger.
Cats had always been a part of internet meme culture since the beginning. Youtube is a platform that was built by cat videos in its early years. So making a game about cats makes sense because cats and the internet always go hand and hand. Fisti-Fluffs is a game that gives you the experience of living like a real cat. Cats have more pull online because most cat lovers are indoor introverts while dog lovers are more social.
Sharpen your claws to prove that you deserve to be the best cat of the Feline species. You can have catfights with A.I but you can also fight people online and friends. The game has fast-paced combat as you play as one of these adorable 4 legged beasts. Aside from being a fighting game, there is also a multiplayer coop mode called Kibble defense where you and three other players defend your kibble from rodents just like what most cats do with mice. Kibble defense have 6 available stages.
Cats can be destructive so in this game, you can take advantage of your surroundings and destroy everything on sight because this game has a fun physics system. You will feel like a real cat because Fisti-Fluffs is like a simulation of being a cat. It has a unique roster of playable feline creatures you can play us to claw yourself to the top. You can also customize and make your own characters with unique fighting styles and outfits.
Nintendo released a 20-minute gameplay footage of Fisti-fluffs to give you an idea of what the game is about.
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