|Release date:||January 1, 2000|
|HF Discussion:||No HF Thread|
|AS Discussion:||No AS Thread|
|No HF Patch - Illusion|
In Dancing Cat's, the player takes the role of an ambitious businessman named Kazuhiko. He founds a company named PiPit that focuses on show business. He has two goals in mind: first, hire talented dancers and singers and do everything possible to beat the competition; second, conquer the hearts (or probably just the bodies) of the seductive women who surround him...
Though it sounds much like a simulation game from the description, Dancing Cat's plays more like a visual novel. The game plays automatically for the most part, arranging events and advancing the story by itself; however, on numerous occasion the player is given a dialogue choice or another option that might influence the course of events.
Unlike most games of this kind, Dancing Cat's has real-time 3D graphics. It is possible to rotate and zoom the camera at most locations; however, there is no character movement of any kind. Sex scenes are mostly presented as looping pre-rendered videos; similarly to the technique used in the first Des Blood, the player can choose various sexual positions and also view the movies from a different angle.