Who Shit In My Cat
Looking for something unique? Something rare? Something that you could never find in a big box store? Look no further.
Looking for something unique? Something rare? Something that you could never find in a big box store? Look no further then this very unassuming cat.
Who Shit In My Cat is a game for 3 - 10 players Ages 18 and up.
The game centers around a plush cat sitting in the middle of the table. It is a Schrödinger's cat of sorts. It is everyone’s cat and nobody’s cat at the same time. It may or may not have been shit in. All of this and more will be worked out by the end of this ridiculous game.
Say hello to Albert Kittensworth. You can tell by the expression on his face that he is not looking forward to playing this game. But you should be. Albert may not be very good a catching mice or playing with string, but there is one skill that makes him as unique as he is precious - his ability to hold an almost limitless number of objects in his ample rear compartment. You can put anything and everything in there, and by the end of the game, you will. Well, everything but one thing, that is. There is one thing that simply will not be tolerated, so let's make this perfectly clear, DO NOT SHIT IN MY CAT.
104 cards of strange objects and the occasional steaming deuce
1 instruction sheet
1 adorable stuffed kitty
The title really says it all. This little cat pouch holds hours of party fun and hilarious conversations.
Complete with plush cat exterior this game looks amazing on shelf or the table and even on the go.
All necessary game components travel inside the cat for adorable transportability.
In less than five minutes your game group will be laughing and enjoying this absurd game of feline deduction.
Game sets up quickly in just a couple of minutes.
Players start the game with a hand of cards that will contain some very unusual objects as well as a freshly-baked loaf that most definitely did not come from a bakery. On their turn, Albert will spin around to face them with his best side forward and they will draw a card and add it to their hand. They will then randomly select one of their face down cards, look at it and announce to the table what they are placing inside of the cat. If the card the player selected was their poo card, they should lie and claim it is a different item. After all, you wouldn't want the other players to know you just shit in the cat. It will be our little secret. Keep in mind there a few additional poo cards that you can pick up out of the draw pile and you might even start the game with more then one poo card. During each round players will draw cards, place cards and sometimes even discard each other's cards.
Eventually someone will become suspicious of a fellow player and will point across the table and demand an answer to that age old question “Did you shit in my cat?” Once accused, the player will need to show if they still have a poo in their hand of cards. Because they cannot view their hand of cards during play, they may not know if their poo has been removed and placed inside the cat. One by one they begin to reveal their cards. If they do not have a poo card, then they indeed were the offending party member that committed this heinous act. And even though only one person was actually caught brown-handed, they were probably not the only one to leave a poo in you know who. When you set up for the next game you get the joy of seeing who else did the deed and got away with it.
Why not is the real question. Here at Analog Evolution we pride ourselves in creating the most unique gaming experiences possible. What started as a joke ("Hey, what's the most outlandish game title you can think of?") became a gag gift that became the surprise hit of our last gaming convention. At that point our course was clear; this was the game that people wanted, the one they wouldn't stop asking for and in our own twisted way, the game we are proud to bring to the world at large. Of course we would be remiss if we didn't make it clear that this game is for entertainment only and is intended to elicit a little bit of shock and a whole lot of laughs. We do not condone putting anything inside of cats except for cat food, and that should be done at the cat's discretion and via the intended entryway.
Handmade Prototype To Share With Play Testers and Manufacturers
You will receive a personal thank you email from Albert himself who is sure to be happy that you helped contribute something without it finding it’s way inside of him. $1
The Print and Poo
Download a high-res Print and Play version of the game shortly after the campaign ends including an Albert face that can be attached to an empty container. $8
Donde esta el gato?
Get a full copy of the game, just without the cat. Gameplay is exactly the same, and you can use any container to put the cards in. $14
The Cat In The Pack
Get the gang together for a night of unspeakable acts with your very own physical copy of “Who Shit in my Cat?” $25
The Ultimate Cats Mee-Ouch
Actually be in the game at this level. In the game there are Discord cards these cards will depict 2 people fighting. At this level we will put a cartoon version of you losing the fight depicted on a Discord card. This level also includes the cat, the game, the print and play and a special early prototype copy of just the box and cards in February be one of the first people to play before full scale production. $200 Limit of 12
The Ultimate Cats Mee-Ouch Discord Champion
Actually be in the game at this level. In the game there are Discord cards these cards will depict 2 people fighting. At this level we will put a cartoon version of you winning the fight depicted on a Discord card. This level also includes the cat, the game, the print and play and a special early prototype copy of just the box and cards in February be one of the first people to play before full scale production. $300 Limit of 12
Risks and challenges
Who Shit In My Cat has little or no risk involved. The artwork and content have been completed as you can see from our promotional materials. The challenge with full scale production comes from reaching the required order amounts needed to justify cost effective large scale printing. This means mass distribution, multiple fulfillment sites, barcode registration etc, etc, etc. This is why we have reached out to such an amazing community for help. We hope that with the assistance from the Kickstarter community, full scale production/distribution of Who Shit In My Cat is achievable. All three of the game developers have experience working with major printing companies and with fulfillment and distribution firms. Our previous game, “Medicine Whoops” was successfully funded, printed and distributed, so this will not be our first time facing these challenges. This is an ambitious endeavor, but with your help we are certain that we can create a truly memorable and unique gaming experience.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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