LaserCat is an excellent platform game that takes place in a series of interlocking rooms.
The main goal of the game is to collect a number of keys so that you can unlock a prison cell and rescue your best friend Owlfriend, who has been kidnapped by the magic space frog Wizzord and hidden away in his massive fortress.
The fortress is made up of 225 rooms, each filled with traps and enemies to avoid, and you'll need to explore them all to find the key's locations. Each room can have more than one entrance or exit, so you'll need to do some careful navigating to reach some of the less easily accessible rooms.

The controls in LaserCat work very well, with movement and jumps feeling tight and precise.
The difficulty is well balanced, without any seemingly impossible sections, and the overall challenge is kept at a moderate level. There are plenty of checkpoints dotted around the levels, and you can save at any of them. This is a game you can expecte to complete, it's not a punishment platformer.

The graphics are fairly simple, opting for large sprites rather than lots of detail, but they keep things clear and colourful.
The sound effects and music also stick to the retro style of the game.

LaserCat is one of those games that is just plain fun to play. There are no frustrating sticking points and no cheap deaths; yet the game still manages to present just the right amount of a challenge for it to be a very enjoyable experience. I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes platform games.

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