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A new entry in the ever-growing list of “animal shenanigans in a physics-based video game” was shown off in today’s Indie World Showcase. Fisti-Fluffs, from Playfellow Studios and Rogue Games, is the action cat brawler, physics-based game that you never knew you needed in your life (or any nine of them) – until now.

Play as a cat and fight (or play) with up to three feline friends in a variety of game modes. Don’t forget to dress up your pawsome pal too before battle – socks, backpacks, hats, bows, sliced bread, and more are at your fashion disposal. 




  • Fast-paced, physics-based, cat-tussling fun while the owners are away
  • Up to four players can duke it out in smooth and hilarious brawls
  • Game modes: Tussle, Crown Control, Destruction, Party, and Kibble Defense
  • In Kibble Defense, you and up to 3 of your best friends fend off rats and other critters from stealing your kibble in this endless wave based game mode 
  • 6 fully destructible, fun, exciting, and colorful stages to bust up + the additional, only playable in Kibble Defense, the largest and most comprehensive house stage
  • Turn the playroom into a weapon—smack objects to launch them across environments
  • An adorable roster of real life cats digitized to play as. Try not to ooh and aah at all of the lovable kitties and charming style
  • Create and customize your kitty with unique cat styles, hats, and outfits
  • Snap shareable screenshots overflowing with cuteness using the built-in camera mode



The meow-hem will begin in early 2021 when Fisti-Fluffs comes to the Nintendo Switch on the Nintendo eShop. Can’t wait for its release? You can download a free demo of Fisti-Fluffs (PC – Windows only) on and enjoy the crazy cat action.


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Written by Jennifer Burch

Illustrator, designer, writer and big Nintendo geek, you can find Jennifer with an N3DS within reach 24/7. As the oldest of three, she has survived many Mario Party, Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart sessions intact in addition to getting her brothers hooked on some really weird games. (Cubivore anyone?)