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Play a Morphin’ Mog in Super Phantom Cat

The human consensus on cats has always been somewhat divided. But whether painted as elusive creatures of indefinite smuggery, or  unremittingly affectionate embodiments of joy, there’s always that wry glint in the feline eye, that they’ve seen lands we singular-lifed beings can only attempt to comprehend.

And according to developer Veewo Games, those lands are indubitably colourful ones. Retro 2D platformer Super Phantom Cat (via. Indie Game Mag) casts you as Chemical White in an adventure beyond the ghostly veil. In the ‘Phantom World’, White discovers that he can collect data shards and morph into different characters, including the heroic (and eponymous) Super Phantom Cat.

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Players will use their cat-like reflexes and precision to evade their timely death at the hands of monsters or pitfalls, and use sprites to gain new powers, such as wall-smashing, teleporting and monster-shooting.

Ever wondered where your mysterious mog wanders off to at night?

Super Phantom Cat is available now on the App Store for $1.99 (or £1.39).

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Charlie is a platforming romantic from England, that still speaks in a fashion that died with the Elizabethan era. Having been gaming since the days of Crash Bandicoot, he champions the Playstation, and is only a little bit embarassed that Super Mario Land keeps spelling his defeat.

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