Neko Navy Shoots Its Way to a Release on Steam

Wednesday, June 14th, 2017

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Anticipated Greenlight project Neko Navy has released on Steam today. This adorable horizontal, single-player SHMUP lets players pilot flying cats across environments only cats would find treacherous. Three difficulty levels are available and 7 stages full of baddies, bullets, and mayhem await!

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Pilot your cat through exotic locales!

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From the official Steam store page:

About This Game
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 shoot’em’up
• 7 Stages
• 3 Difficulties (EASY, HARD, DEATH)
• 6 Playable cats(?)
• Soundtrack included

System Requirements

OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8, or 10

Processor: Intel Pentium 2.0GHz or higher

Graphics: DirectX 9 or above compatible card with 512MB VRAM or more

DirectX: Version 9.0c

Storage: 300 MB available space

Sound Card: DirectSound compatible sound card

About Drew D.

Drew has been an avid gamer most of his life, favoring single-player campaigns. For him, a worthwhile game is one that immerses you; it envelops you and draws out an array of emotions that produce those memorable moments we live for as gamers.