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Aqua Kitty is a 2D pixel drawn arcade shooter, created with a love of the 16-bit gaming era and late 80s video arcade games.

Features:
- Fast paced horizontally scrolling looping underwater levels.
- Branching map progression of levels.
- Varying sea depths per level that subtly affect gameplay.
- A dual firing submarine with a rechargeable secondary weapon that needs to be managed carefully (upgrades through game progress).
- A variety of mechanical enemies to encounter each with differing behaviours.
- Chain kill combo system allowing the more skilled player to maximise score.
- Depth based power-up system that gives partial control on the type and location of the power-ups created (allowing tactical advantage).
- Both level high score and 100% kitten saviour challenges.
- For the super hard-core god-like players, a classic infinite and milk-free level that never ever ends.
- Hand drawn 16-bit era styled pixel art graphics, displayed at a crisp 720p.
- Awesome chiptune music taking inspiration from the best of the C64 and Amiga days.
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