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Pussy Galore: A Mew Genics Trailer

The biggest tragedy of my life is that I had to move into a building with a 'no pets' policy, which is an odd policy given that the landlord has let out flats to obvious criminals and a scary family with about seven angry people squashed into each room. But a purring furball? How dare I even contemplate such a thing! So I had to breed an invisible cat, which wasn't too much trouble in the beginning. But I've not seen him for weeks and the house is starting to smell, so I'm beginning to worry. I got the idea of breeding cats, mutating them into genetic super cats, from Team Meat's next game Mew Genics. A Crazy Cat Lady sim that allows you to breed ridiculous kitties, finding attributes you want to enhance and trying to balance out other problems. There's a remarkable trailer below.

The trailer describes the breeding process: you take a cat and rub it on a cat and the cat gets all fat and then another cat comes out of its butt. That's what I tried to do with Lucy and Dexter, but instead of creating a bounding furball that looked like Dex and had the energy of Lucy, all I got was scratched. Where did I go wrong?

I'm still wandering around and staring at the game from odd angles, attempting to figure out what it is you do with the cats. There's talk of pageants, and this blog post about kittens turning into cats mentions HP, but there's nothing conclusive. I can't wait to find out, though.

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