Minimum requirements

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: window 7
  • Processor: Intel quad or AMD 2.5 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA Quadro 441.20
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: only window 64
Single-player, Partial Controller Support
Action, Adventure, Casual, Indie, Strategy

3 May, 2022

Curator review

Join the fight to protect nature in this cute and challenging 2D physics game. Control a red panda or cat to defeat greedy enemies and save the day!

Full review

Step into a world where nature's balance is under threat and embark on an epic adventure to protect it. In this delightful 2D physics game, you have the power to control a red panda or cat as you face off against cunning enemies and work tirelessly to save kind animals and preserve the beauty of nature.

The game's interface is simple yet intuitive. With just a few clicks, you can dive right into action. Start by clicking the "Start Game" button, which will take you to the save menu. From there, choose an existing save or create a new one by clicking "New". Confirm your selection and enter the character menu where you can select either the lovable red panda or elusive cat as your avatar. Once that's done, it's time to choose a level and begin your mission.

The gameplay mechanics are where this game truly shines. To control your chosen character, simply move your mouse pointer close enough to them until they're highlighted in order to establish a link between them and yourself. Then, use left-click while dragging your mouse back to pull back on our furry hero before releasing it for an impressive throw towards their intended target.

Of course, things won't always go smoothly - enemies lie in wait along with treacherous traps that will do their best damage both figuratively and literally if not avoided carefully! While hitting targets will deal significant damage and help progress through levels efficiently remember that colliding with enemies or getting caught in traps might hurt our brave protagonist themselves!

In conclusion