A classic tale of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, cat does something other than sit around licking itself and sleeping.
We’ve heard tales of cats rampaging through GTA V’s city of Los Santos. But what about people rampaging by way of cats? Like: using a gun that fires fuzzy little monsters instead of bullets? Once again, your wish is a modder’s command.
"Because there exists no method known to man, more terribly suited to expose the cosmic meaningless of existence than pairing the words of H.P. Lovecraft with seemingly delightful and charming pictures of adorable kittens" — H.P. Lovecat.
This feline is experiencing exactly the same compulsion I feel whenever Destiny comes on the screen.
Demakes, where somebody creates a mockup of a recent game that makes it look like it was built for some old, crappier system than what we have now, have been a Cool Thing To Do lately, and now there’s an app for that.
This goes without saying, but people love posting pictures of their cats online. They love it so much, in fact, that they're often willing to forego little things like "privacy" and "self-respect" in favor of bringing their furry friends to the widest possible audience.
Stylin' kicks bro.
"I'm going to need you to play the Destiny beta all day Caturday for work."
Oh, sure. You think it's cute to break out a few board games with a cat around but don't — it's a bad idea.
Catlateral Damage is already a fun browser game about knocking things off of shelves as a cat, but now it can become a full game, with features like lounging in sunbeams and tripping on catnip.
There's not one, but two games launching today that let you play as animals. If playing as a cat in Murdered: Soul Suspect isn't good enough for you (and, to be fair, it wasn't for me), consider checking out Sony's new PlayStation Vita game Vita Pets. Judging by the launch trailer, it has quirky talking dogs—and…
Cats can be more than just aloof, adorable jerks, you know. They can also be Jenga masters.
The internet and cats go together like, well, the internet and cats. As Wired Magazine once astutely observed, there is only one thing that can legitimately "compete with porn for Internet real estate," and that thing "is cats."
Dogs are big, dumb, infinitely lovable obedience machines. Cats—love 'em, hate 'em, or spend half your day giggleweeping to Internet videos of them—are anything but. Why are they so willfully difficult? What's going on in their heads? The short version: we don't really know.
Bioshock cats are creepy.
Cats are sneaky creatures — anarchists that live in the dark, prowl in the shadows and use theatricality and deception to get their way. Sound familiar?
It's not just humans who like playing Fruit Ninja. Cats in particular seem to love the swipe-to-slash game.