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Molasses Meow is a game about a neon blue cat, who is not-so-coincidentally named Molasses Meow! Molasses is on a quest to rescue candy from the Evil Candy Thieves.

It's a fairly low-effort game, but it exercises a very eccentric cutesy pink art style. The colors of the game are neon-based, with outlines of creatures being brighter than the inside. This gives everything a neat glow.

The game is malicious from start to end. The game is a giant fetch quest. You have to navigate narrow mazes and passageways. Then you have to backtrack through pretty much every area. There are also situations may cause temporary loss of eyesight or epilespy. So be warned, this game can be fun only once you understand its evil.

The music is actually taken from the Quest for Colour, which I also made.

Credits: Overkill (art, code, maps, story, game), Troupe (for music from Quest for Colour)

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  • 11/29/2009 12:03 AM
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can't make a bad game if you don't finish any games
Oh god my eyes.
this is an excellent fucking game. this is the only release on rpgmaker.net that I have actually really enjoyed playing. the graphics and music are great and I love how absolutely obnoxious the gameplay is (seriously i admire anyone who has the GUMPTION to make something so relentlessly perverse). I haven't finished it (have the clay and the stalker cat turned into a portal???) and am unsure if i want to put myself through the multicoloured shifting maze thing again but this was still EXCELLENTS GAMES.

unfortunately you need to write a review to rate something and this isn't that kind of game but i would have given it five stars. "the most beautiful vidcon released in this country in my time. one thinks of homer" - james "subs not dubs" joyce
This game is pure liquid techno.
This is probably the best indie game I've played thus far. I love the absurdity, its through the roof.
the graphics it hurt my eye... please put a warning label next time...
Remember when I actually used to make games? Me neither.
The graphics look actually fairly cool.
One of my absolute favourites, as well.
Though I was a bit freaked out at the end, had to play the game through several times to realize the state of things. :,B
Anyways, the game in it's acid aesthetics and absurdity is a pure gem.
Hey, I tried to download it but it gives me a 404 error. I really wanna play it, is there any way you could fix it?
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