For games who love cats, there would be nothing like a title with a furry protagonist, that too in a unique and vibrant cyberpunk setting. Stray is such a game that cat slaves love to play because it tasks them with helping cats solve mysteries. The unnamed in-game ginger cat who is trying to find its way home and the dedicated “meow button” make the game much more fun and entertaining.
You will form an emotional connection with the game, especially if you have ever lost a cat. The cat, which is the protagonist of the game, was separated from its family, and your task is to guide it home through an unfamiliar dystopian cyberpunk city filled with robots with screens for heads and aided by a friendly drone, B-12. Stray game lets you solve the puzzle behind this lost city by delving into the life of these robots.
The gameplay of Stray
Set in a city drenched in neon, Stray is both a visual and aural experience. The gameplay involves an easy and meditative immersement that you can mill about and interact with at any time. The cat has to solve a series of puzzles and mysteries to find a way out of the lost world. Notwithstanding a few animation stutters, the nuanced cat movements in the game are something that will be appreciated by game lovers. You will always have the option to curl up at any point to listen to some fantastic in-game music when it gets too hard going ahead. It is the protagonist, setting and design that make Stray a game worth playing, especially for cat lovers.
Stray game has been developed in BlueTwelve Studio by a small team of cat parents. Many aspects of the game, such as the way the cats interact with each other, clearly suggest that it is made by people who understand cats.
Being played from a third ‘feline’ perspective, this adventure game doesn’t involve any action in the traditional sense, but is packed with numerous exciting moments. The game lets you find yourself steering the furry hero with some strategic pawing and scratching to find ways to navigate the city and solve various puzzles.
We are hooked to the Stray game, are you?