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Comedy adventure Catie in MeowmeowLand now on Linux

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In need of a fresh point and click comedy adventure? Catie in MeowmeowLand from developer ARTillery is now supported on Linux with a new Native build. Must admit I hadn't heard of this one before but the screenshots instantly make it look worth playing.

"Catie in MeowmeowLand is a beautiful traditional point-and-click adventure game set in a bizarre world of cats and ludicrous characters. As Catie follows a strange white cat in her garden she suddenly finds herself in a mysterious world of MeowmeowLand, where she has to undergo a journey to find her way back home. Your task is to help Catie get there!"

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Originally released for Windows and macOS in late March, it hasn't seen a lot of players but so far it has managed to get a Positive overall and Very Positive recent user review score on Steam so it seems thoroughly promising.

Game Features:

  • MeowmeowLand is a bizarre world where you find the most unexpected characters in even more unpredictable situations
  • As you help Catie solve all kinds of original puzzles, be ready to face absurdly comical situations
  • Play through over 24 beautiful 2D hand-drawn sceneries, see more than 100 funny characters and more than 2 hours of charmingly crafted 2D animations
  • Listen to original recorded comical voices of all characters and composed music
  • Instead of reading traditional dull text boxes all characters communicate through comic bubbles filled with amusing line art

Available to buy on Steam.

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Eike 6 May
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I guess I'll give it a try with my 4 year olds.

And if they don't like it, I play it on my own. :)
I do like the art style of this game. It is very appealing.
Jahimself 7 May
Quoting: Projectile VomitI do like the art style of this game. It is very appealing.

Yes it is quite similar to the style of Amanita Design. It seems that it has it's own addition in terms of colors and sound design as well, pretty interesting one.
Cyril 8 May
The game is also available on GOG!
Vishar 8 May
but linux native version disappear from steam and gog (some googling and find gog native version on some pirate site so it existed but not now on steam nor gog...)
Eike 8 May
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Quoting: Visharbut linux native version disappear from steam and gog (some googling and find gog native version on some pirate site so it existed but not now on steam nor gog...)

Thanks for point out!
See https://steamcommunity.com/app/1417890/discussions/0/3279193518785613455/#c3279194170687732174

QuoteYou are correct! We should have realized this sooner, thank you for pointing this out! To the rest of our Linux fans - while we are still testing native Linux build - please go to Catie's properties (right click on Catie in your game list) and force "Compatibility mode" to "Proton".
flesk 8 May
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Judging by that thread and the previous announcement (https://store.steampowered.com/news/app/1417890/view/3220647375542994536), it seems like there _is_ a native Linux version, only they haven't managed to make it available for download for some reason.
emphy 9 May
Gog linux version is back up.


Last edited by emphy on 9 May 2022 at 8:16 pm UTC
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