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Tuesday, August 15, 2006
Neko-Kaitei Iseki Taisen is a rather dated Flash effort by Yoshio Ishii, featuring the use of only two colors to great effect. Essentially an exploration game, your objective is to guide a cat as it embarks on a quest to retrieve hidden treasures in an underground cave, deep beneath the sea.

Left click to bring up a map and a treasure loot indicator. Look out for false cave walls.

Name: Neko-Kaitei Iseki Taisen
Developer: Yoshio Ishii
Category: Adventure
Type: Flash
Size: 1MB
5 Comments:
Anonymous finefin said at 8/12/2006 05:39:00 AM:  
although i expierienced some collision detection bugs (trapped in walls and stone figures)this is a nice lil' maze game. but what do i do when i have found all pieces?
Anonymous qwertywraith said at 8/12/2006 07:32:00 AM:  
Once you've collected all the pieces go back to the big room with the statues. There is now an opening in the floor. When you go through the game ends and is (duh duh duh) to be continued.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 8/12/2006 09:24:00 AM:  
Yeah, it was very satisfying, but I did hit a few collision bugs. The character moves even if the window doesn't have focus. Disable any pop-up things to prevent that. Reminds me of Seiklus, which is a good thing.
Anonymous Sergio Cornaga said at 8/13/2006 06:24:00 PM:  
Fun game. Although there are FAR more than two colours used. You aren't very good at counting colours, are you Tim? ;P
Blogger Tim W. said at 8/14/2006 09:57:00 AM:  
I'm slightly colorblind. :)