Factsheet

Developer:
Dakko Dakko
Based in Cardiff UK

Release date:
1 May, 2014

Platforms:
Wii U
PlayStation 4
PlayStation Vita

Website:
scramkitty.com

Regular Price:

USD$9.99
EUR€8.99

Description

Take control of a rail-riding, laser-shooting young hero on a perilous quest to rescue his pet cat, Scram Kitty, kidnapped and imprisoned in the depths of the World's biggest orbiting space laboratory, along with all of Earth's cats.

History

After 'Rotating Octopus Character', the team were keen to further the wall-riding game mechanics and introduce combat, and the result was a frenetic, unique shooter.

Features

  • Glide along glowing rails to find the sweet spot to take down enemies.
  • Blast through swarms of marauding mice and dodge enemy missiles as you race to find your missing cat.
  • Multiple objectives in each stage provide varied gameplay throughout the space station's many sprawling stages.
  • Challenge mode on Wii U lets players see if they can finish the whole game in one run, against the clock.
  • Challenge mode for PlayStation offers time-attack targets for each stage.

Videos

Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails trailer (Wii U) YouTube, Vimeo

Scram Kitty DX trailer (PlayStation) YouTube, Vimeo

Scram Kitty v2.0 update details YouTube, Vimeo


Images

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About Dakko Dakko

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Dakko Dakko is an independent game studio based in Cardiff, founded by Rhodri Broadbent in 2010.

More information
More information on Dakko Dakko, our logo & relevant media are available here.


Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails Credits

Rhodri Broadbent
Design and Programming

Thomas Volbrecht
Programming

Dan Croucher
Producer

Gary Lucken
Artist

Samuel Baker
Sound

Kieren Griffiths
Production Manager

Contact

Inquiries
info@dakkodakko.com


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