The Cat Lady Crack/Patch

The Cat Lady The Cat Lady contains strong adult themes and is recommended only for players over 18. By author Remigiusz Michalski (Harvester Games). The Cat Lady follows Susan Ashworth, a lonely 40-year old on the verge of suicide. She has no family, no friends and no hope for a better future. One day she discovers that five strangers will come along and change everything... This suspenseful psychological horror game features stylized artwork, a simple keyboard control method and English voice acting, plus a compelling, atmospheric 70 minute soundtrack by Micamic.

Download The Cat Lady Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
8.9
Downloads 2405
Genre Adventure, General
Company / Developer
Harvester Games / Harvester Games

The Cat Lady reviews ( 7 )

roflCyclone, Sep 12, 2013

Censor me, I don't care. This game is Play this game. If the Kings Quest series gave birth to Stephen King's baby this would be it. Dark, disturbing, messed up in the head, and brilliant. If you're looking to be scared with loud noises and quick time events look else where, if you want to be told a truly unnerving story that will leave you thinking long after it's over, here it is. Not the kind of game that will hold your hand; it can be frustrating at times, but it never feels pointless or repetitive. If this game had AAA production values, it would be discussed as a Game of the Year candidate, without question.

marska, Feb 12, 2017

Best game if you want to know, how people with depress and anxiety disorder feel. Atmospheric, very good soundtrack, easy to play, touching story. I really enjoyed it. As well as the music.

CryptSphinx, Nov 15, 2013

An absolute joy to play. Touching on some profoundly serious topics in a way that only games as an art form can. Its only weaknesses are brief moments of weak voice acting, however where the delivery may lack the content is still stellar. A vision of dark brilliance, a strong synthesis of an urban gothic setting and a magical realism plot that captivates the player. If you do not become emotionally attached to these characters, if the visceral 'meat-and-bone' horror leaves you untouched and the side stories of individual suffering loss and persistence do not stir anything within you -Then you have lost your taste for art and I can propose no cure. This is without a doubt a important work which I can only encourage you see through to the end.

Alexmcnamee61, Mar 8, 2016

I really, really love this game. I've played it twice now - the ending is slightly different each time, you see. To (briefly) cover the plot, the game focuses on Susan Ashworth, a depressed middle-aged woman who decides to take her own life one night. I won't spoil any more, you'll have to play yourself! Instead of singing the game constant praises, I'll list the pros and cons below. * Very unusual protagonist. You won't necessarily agree with everything she says, but hey - you can see what the world is like from someone with a mental health issue. * Memorable characters. I liked Mitzi in particular. * Great storyline. * Choice. Or, at leat, the illusion of it. * Puzzles. Cons (they're all really small) * The dialogue is sometimes very cringey, not helped by the voice actors really overdoing it at times. * The voices were poorly recorded in some cases. Mitzi in particular sounded rather distorted. * Visuals don't always match the sound exactly. * Animations are a little jagged around the edges. But hey. It's an indie game - and a fantastic one, at that.

CaKeS, Apr 15, 2014

Amazing game, and incredible story. This game runs about 8 hours on average, the puzzles and solutions to problems are MUCH easier to figure out than most point & click games, which makes for some smooth sailing so you can progress the story consistently. The story is one of the best I've seen in a game for a LONG time, and I play hundreds of games. If Harvester Games had a large budget, this game would've definitely been GOTY material. But instead it's underestimated and overlooked by other popular games. If you want a good scare-not a cheap jumpscare-but a scare that messes with your mind for days on end, then get The Cat Lady. The atmosphere is also a very strong point, it reminds me of Scratches. It's perfect for setting the mood of a very dark, and depressing game. Your actions and choices matter a good amount, and the achievements on Steam are fun to get. Very awesome game, you need to get used to the graphics/animations and gameplay (there isn't much gameplay), but if you can do that, you'll experience one of the best horror stories out there.

curzon_dax, Apr 25, 2017

It was good, easily an 8, though most people are scared of not giving it a 10 in case it would be considered uncool. The main problems were the graphics and gameplay/difficulty's simplicity; graphics were extremely basic, including the very simplistic animations, while the gameplay was too simple and easy; it was hard enough to be considered a game but it was relatively easy and simplistic. However, the game in overall was fantastic, or at least much better than 95% of what's out there. The atmosphere of horror it tried to produce was fantastically done, the characters too real, and the story almost perfect (it did not make sense in some cases but that can be forgiven since it was the point that it was kinda psychotic to begin with). All in all, all adventure fans will love it, but be warned it's scary.

DantheMan, May 14, 2014

Ayn Rand meets The Goonies. This isn't a game but an excuse for a immature person to ramble on about his childish and annoying philosophy of life. It's not horror, merely gross. It's not meaningful, merely fatuous. Vengeance is what makes life worth living--oh boy is that original. It has all the emotional impact of a wet cigar. If you love long tedious conversations by an excited 17 year old who has taken Philosophy 101 for the first time in his life this game is for you. Otherwise, pass it.