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'Catz' (GBA) Announced

by Rainier on March 2, 2006 @ 10:31 p.m. PST

Ubisoft announced that it will unleash Catz, the first kitten simulation game to be available exclusively for GBA, letting owners name, train and play with adorable kittens.

Catz is a pet simulation game that lets owners name, train and play with adorable kittens. Players adopt a customized kitten from one of thirteen different breeds. Gamers will earn their kitten’s love and loyalty by remembering to feed, groom or play with it. Toys and accessories can be purchased for the kitten from the in-game store. Kittens can communicate with their owners through a variety realistic sounds effects including purring and different types of meows.

"Ubisoft is pleased to bring the first kitten simulation game to the millions of Game Boy Advance owners around the world," said Tony Kee, vice president of marketing at Ubisoft. "Now there is a virtual option for cat lovers! We are confident players will enjoy caring for and watching their kittens grow."

Key Features:

  • Adopt and raise a kitten of your own ­ earn points for or excellent care.
  • Thirteen breeds to choose from including Persian, Himalayan, Abbyssinian, and the exotic Ocicat.
  • Feed, groom, play with, cuddle, or shop for your cat. The way yyou raise your cat affects its personality.
  • Listen carefully as your cat communicates with you through a vaariety of realistic sound effects, including purring and different types of meows.
  • Use your allowance to buy toys and accessories for your cat at the at the store
  • Visiting mode: By linking two Game Boy Advance systems, playerss can tour around the block to visit friends.

As part of its licensing agreement with MTO Co., Ubisoft will distribute Catz worldwide in March 2006, with the exception of Japan. Catz carries an ESRB rating of “E†for Everyone and a MSRP of $29.99.

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