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Cat Walk Once

TrickyYou're a kitty! That's so cute! But you're trapped in a not-so-cute kitty dungeon, and you'll have to do your kitty-best to escape with your kitty-cuteness intact in Niliter Games' puzzle platformer, Cat Walk Once. Though most of the game's hint text is in Japanese, it's easy to pick up on the mechanics. Move with the [arrow] keys, and jump with [Z], or from a standstill in various directions with [WASD] for precision. When you walk into an arrow, the gravity will change, but the directions will remain consistent no matter which way your kitty is currently falling.

Cat Walk OnceEach level contains blue blocks, and when you step on each, it will activate, turning it yellow. After you step off of the block, it will turn red and become deadly to the touch. Activate all the blue blocks and the level is complete. Watch out for spikes, and blocks which will appear and disappear when a button is jumped on. Later levels will have you choose where your kitty starts, adding another layer of strategy. If you find yourself stuck. hit [R] to restart. Though the language barrier is a shame, Cat Walk Once has the retro charm and clever level design of the most classic Gameboy puzzlers, and it's something that will definitely be played much more than once.

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Need help with Round 5-9. Just about ready to give up, but really don't want to. I can get all the blocks but one (one of the top 3 under the tunnel drops).

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