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Luke the Cat
Luke the Cat is a 2.5D platformer game. It stars a yellow pet cat named Luke and revolves around his quest to stop evil mice that took food and other stuff from his homeland.
The game begins with shot of a peaceful neighborhood, which then cuts to a house. In the house, a young girl is checking a cupboard, when suddenly a mouse springs out, carrying candies. Meanwhile, an older boy checks the fridge, only for him to find a mouse carrying a cake. Then, their mother, a woman, is watching tv, when suddenly mice carry the television away! It then cut to the titular cat, Luke, seeing the mice carrying the tv, and then he spots more mice carrying various foodstuffs and other things, including cheeseburgers! He then follows the mice to find the mice carrying all the food and others in a trolley, and driving off! Angry, Luke chases after them, while his owners watch him from a distance.
Luke the Cat is a sidescrolling game. The player, Luke, can simply jump at enemies to defeat them, as well as clawing them, but he can also do a ground pound. Level goals are represented by mice carrying a trolley of foods, which leaves as soon as Luke arrives and ending the level. Luke has a total of 6 health points, and he will lose if he lost them all. When Luke goes underwater, a meter will appear showing the amount of air Luke has. He will lose if it runs out, but it can be refilled by collecting air bubbles or surfacing.
When playing multiplayer, Toby, the owner of Luke, can be controlled by the second player.
A happy, yellow cat, and the main character of the story, who lives peacefully with his owners until the mice attacked. He can swipe his claws at enemies, or simply jumping at them.
Luke's owner. A little human boy with big determination. He appears only during Co-op mode, where he plays the second player. His attacks are similar to Luke, but with human twists: Instead of claws, he uses a baseball bat.
The neighborhood where Luke and his owners live, filled with houses. The place is usually peaceful... Until the mice invaded, at least.
This world takes place in a busy city near the neighborhood. Most of the levels are city-themed and fairly easy, but more challenging than the first world.
This world takes place in a rural grassland outside the city. The levels here are more challenging than the first two.
This world takes place in a beach town at first, but later levels has you going into the ocean. Swimming mechanics is featured heavily here.
This world takes place in a forest. Most of the levels take place in a peaceful forest, but the last few has you exploring haunted, ghost house levels.
This world takes place in a mountain range. The first few levels take place in a rocky mountain, but as you progress, the levels become cold and snowy.
This world takes place in a factory, with various machines, conveyor belts, and hazards.
The last world in the game, taking place in the trash dump from where the mice came.