I was recently shocked to discover during my internet wanderings that Zombie Cats really do exist! And they're not pretty. So it's no surprise that there's a game about them, possibly as a warning to the casual gaming population about this new threat to civilization. It may just appear to be a simple point-and-click puzzle game, but the threat is real, I tells ya! You may scoff, but with the onslaught of zombie games pervading the internets, we should be taking this seriously.
Use your mouse to click on objects and interact with the environment to help...um, let's call him Butch, to eradicate the Zombie Cats and to save the rest of civilization. This is important work people! For a simple point-and-clicker, this game presents more of a cerebral challenge compared to games like Adam & Eve, with more challenges that require timing, although the ending feels a little flat in comparison. But hey, you gotta feel good about serving your community by squishing a few zombified cats.
Zombie Cats seems to borrow some of its themes from the cult movie Pulp Fiction; mass slaughters backed by surf music, except without the Royales with Cheese. It's easy to play and almost atmospheric in a cartoony kind of way, but it's a game that leaves so many questions unanswered. Like what is being done by the authorities to rid our world of this new pandemic, and why does Butch turn into a zombie for no apparent reason? And why aren't there any Royales with Cheese in this game? And even more importantly, why doesn't anyone believe me that zombie cats are real...?
Fine. Don't say I didn't warn you...