Neko Navy Coming to Steam

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

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Fruitbat Factory will soon be releasing a very unique shooter, Neko Navy by DeathMofuMofu. This crazy horizontal shooter features 7 stages, 3 cats, and 3 difficulty levels to test your skills. This one will run you $10.99 on Steam and will include the soundtrack for free when in launches sometime this spring.

Here is more about this one straight from the press release:

Flying cats versus 10,000 soothing characters!
What awaits them beyond all those furious midair fights…?
Witness the world’s most shocking ending for yourself!

Shoot, evade, and detonate Bombers!
Neko Navy is an exhilarating horizontal-scrolling shooter with easy controls.

The game offers three difficulties that everyone from a beginner to an advanced player can enjoy.
Fire off as many Bombers as you can to achieve high scores!


Horizontal single-player shooter

7 Stages

3 Difficulties (EASY, HARD, DEATH)

3 Playable cats +α

Soundtrack included

You can check out a trailer below:

If you would like to know more about this one you can check out the Steam Page or the game’s homepage.


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