Fort Meow

Fort Meow

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In Fort Meow, use physics-based puzzle mechanics to construct a pillow fort and protect yourself from a barrage of feline assailants!

Upon finding her grandfather’s journal in the attic, Nia is attacked by a barrage of feline assailants. It appears that her grandmother has become a crazy cat lady since the last time she visited. Defend Nia by building a protective fort out of furniture to keep the cats at bay, while deciphering the mysterious tales hidden within the journal.

  • Physics-based pillow fort building
  • A Cat-alogue of items to build your fort
  • Why are there so many cats? Solve the Mystery!
  • Cats, Cats, Cats!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 168 MB

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Fort Meow

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Fort Meow 2.3 5 8 8
Simple concept, fun game I'm rating this a higher than I normally would, to balance those people who could not figure out how to rotate objects despite the fact that literally the VERY FIRST THING shown after the intro are instruction to use the mouse wheel or the arrow keys to rotate objects. A little girl is visiting her grandparents house, which for some reason is filled with cats. She is trying to read her grandfather's journal to figure out where he is without being interrupted by cats wanting to snuggle, so she builds couch forts to protect herself. Different objects have different defensive values, and some objects have special properties that help against one or multiple types of cats. It starts out simple, but creating a fort that can survive multiple-cat onslaughts becomes tricky very quickly. August 10, 2015
Good game... except... it has some huge flaws. Okay, the story is interesting. Unlike most physics games, there is a mystery story to solve, and the grandfather is an interesting fellow, as seen through his journal. The graphics are sharp and colorful, cartoons, as befits the theme of the game. The music is kind of cool retro ragtime. It features... CATS! I'm a sucker for cat themed games. The heroine is not fond of them, so she isn't likeable to me. The gameplay is kind of fun. HOWEVER. It is frustrating to me for the followiing flaws: - There is evidently no way to rotate the objects you pick up, which means a lot of nudging and picking at it to get them in place. The broom drove me nuts. The only way to get it vertical again if you dropped it was to replace it in inventory and then get it out again. - When placing the items for the fort, if you dragged them across the little girl, she popped up and said the cats were ready to pounce and to hurry up. After a couple of times, it got very annoying, as it stops the gameplay for several seconds. - There is no tutorial to explain how the time thing works, or how you gain power, time, etc. I finally got a grasp of the strategy involved, but still don't understand fully how it all comes together. - It is slow loading. When I first opened it, I thought it had a bug, because I got a purple screen and nothing. Just as I was ready to C/A/D, the game appeared. This could be amusing and fun, but IMHO, the game is not finished. They need to do a little more work before it's ready for prime time. I can't recommend it in it's current state, though I think it could be made a lot better, in which case I would. August 7, 2015
Mindless boredom made me try this.... This game is for the ones that find it intriguing enough to give it a try. I found the initial summary interesting enough to try it. To say the least, I played the whole hour of free play. I don't know if I would buy it but it leads for a weird experience like no other game you've played before. All you have to do is use items around the house/attic to build a fort to protect the girl from cats that are trying to sit on her lap. I know that sounds weird but it makes you think. Just give it a try and see for yourself. August 6, 2015
Fort Boring Normally I love physics based games, but after playing this game for 30 minutes, there was nothing to hold my interest, so I gave up on it. The basics of the game is to use household items to build a fort that will protect you from annoying pouncing cats. That in itself sounds interesting, but for me it just becomes mundane. Once you have enough energy, you can explore different rooms in the house for more items, mattresses, tables, tv's, pillows, beanbags etc. You then have a time limit to construct your fort by clicking, dragging and rotating items that will withstand pouncing cats and fat cats who attack with brutal force from the side. As the game progresses, different cats are added with different skills, and you receive gifts in the mail such as squirt guns and beachballs that can be used during the attacks. I have no doubt that many will love this game, but this game isn't nearly as fun as the last physics game with the cookie loving Cat on a Diet, so download the trial first to see if it's a fit for you. August 5, 2015
Had Potential but Missed the Mark! OK so who doesn't want Kitties falling into their lap? Unless you're a Kitty Hater most people would love it! This Game had potential but missed the mark ... 1. Could have used a Hint button. 2. The Graphics are old school, two Dimensional, no depth. 3. Some objects are too small. 4. Poor instructions. i.e. How do you turn objects around? 5. A lot of mucking around trying to maneuver through doors and working through the Game. OK the Cats were cute but that's about all this Game has to offer. I was disappointed because I really wanted to like this Kitty Game but I could not. August 6, 2015
Plain dreadful hated sound track despite turning volume to zero, still blasted. graphics very old fashioned. might be exciting if you are 5 years old. avoid like the plague August 6, 2015
? Based on playing the demo for 5mn on a PC with sound off: - The reason I gave up playing that game after 5mn was I got very bored very rapidly, I just didn't see the interest of the game itself: to protect yourself from a cat invasion so you can read a book in peace by piling up furniture above your head? And? I probably didn't grasp the concept, not for me at the end of the day! The only reason I played the demo was because of the cartoon like graphics that looked interesting August 5, 2015
Terrible and pointless I was excited there was something besides a Hidden Object game and was very disappointed. August 7, 2015
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