Catiitude

Ever wondered how cats see the world around them? Catiitude is an exploration game where you get to play as your favourite fluffy feline. Though you can be a good cat, it's encouraged to cause mayhem and be the bad kitty you've always dreamed of being. Lick yourself! Poop anywhere! Scratch your owner! The house is your playground. Explore all the available actions to see what your kitty is capable of.
Jam year: 
2014
Diversifiers: 
Homo Sapiens are Boring
Platforms: 
MS Windows, Web browser with special plugins or packaged apps
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product)
Technology Notes: 
Unity was our game engine of choice, with Autodesk Maya, Adobe Photoshop, and ASE Sprite for asset creation.
Installation Instructions: 

Open up the .zip and run the .exe file.  Choose your graphics quality and hit play!  Controls are shown in-game.

Credits: 

Firstly we would like to thank everyone who helped organize the Global Game Jam, both globally and right here at UOIT.

Textures are copyright their respective owners under the Attribution License.

Cat sound effects are copyright their respective owners under the Attribution License, found at freesound.org and soundbible.com.

Pixel font was found on dafont.com under free licence.

Background Music: "Theme for Harold (var. 1)" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
                                    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

As well, thank you to the UOIT staff who helped make this Jam happen.

 

All other work done by Gallium Gaming.

Lead Programmer/Designer: Chris Harshman

Lead 2D Artist/Designer: Alex Bedard-Reid

Lead 3D Artist/Designer: Taylor Holoiday

 

Finally, credit to the makers of Maya, Photoshop, and Unity which were used to create the game.

Game Stills: 
Source files: 
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