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Cat-themed trippy Alice in Wonderland in Catie in MeowmeowLand delayed to Switch

[Update: Thu 31st Mar, 2022 22:30 BST]

Catie in MeowmeowLand is out today on all platforms except Nintendo Switch, where it has been indefinitely delayed. Stay tuned for an update!

[Original: Wed 9th Mar, 2022 20:30 GMT]

Meow, meow, meow, meow. Meow meow. meow!

[Translation below]

Does anyone remember Samorost? It was one of the best Flash games to come out of the Newgrounds era – a point-and-click adventure that set the creepy-cute tone for all of Amanita Design’s work from that point on.

Catie in MeowmeowLand has a lot of that creepy-cute DNA mixed in with a big ol’ blob of what the heck, and — if you’ll forgive us for referring back to the mid-2000s — the We Like The Moon aesthetic.

Like Samorost, Catie in MeowmeowLand is a point-and-click adventure in which the titular Catie is dragged down a rabbit hole and forced to explore a hallucinatory storybook world through puzzles and dialogue with a group of strange nightmare creatures.

Well, this is either your worst nightmare or your exact kind of thing, especially if you’re a terminal online millennial like some of us. So if you’re the latter, you can download Catie in MeowmeowLand from the Nintendo Switch eShop on March 30th for $14.99 / £9.99 / €11.99.

Do you remember We Like The Moon? Or is that just us? Please let us know in the comments.

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