Bring it on!

Kakatte Koi Yo! is a platform fighter where cats battle with powerful fish. With the use of Japanese theming and the irresistible adorableness of cats, KKY creates a fun, fast-paced, competitive co-op game. Players can fight in 1v1 or 2v2 matches where they have three ways to win the round!

2-4 controllers recommended! 

Note: Plug in controllers before starting the game for best results.

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Joshua Whittom

Will Rossi


Sophie Kneznekoff


Ja'ire Vaughn

Adam Roberts-Forouzi

Sound Design:

Jason Fishel

Chris Bokowy

Music Composer:

Alex Riak

StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, HTML5
Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
AuthorBack Slash Games
GenreFighting, Action, Platformer
Made withUnity
Tags2D, Cats, Co-op, Fishing, Local multiplayer, Multiplayer, Pixel Art
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player countSingleplayer


Buy Now$4.50 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4.50 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Kakatte Koi 59 MB

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woah this game is super cool :0 I love the concept of a cat fighting game and I love the japanese style and art too :D you guys all did such a great job with this

is it possible to play together if you're from different countries? 

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I couldn't even run the HTML5 version on my browsers under Linux. Does this only run on Chrome, or is it only working on windows anyway? The windows version does work but it like most games running through wine lock up if I alt-tab, which isn't optimal, but that's on me I guess.


cannot get the game to work in browser for some reason?


How far were you able to get? (not loading at all, can't get through the menus, or something else) And what kind of controls were you using?

not loading at all for some reason

That's unusual. I've brought it up to the team and we're talking about possible fixes, but for now I'd recommend playing the download version if you can.


I can't play with my Xbone wireless controller, it gets trough the menus but i can't do anything when it tells me to Press A/X to Join.



Sometimes wireless is funky, hopefully you're able to connect with a wired controller if you can.


same happens with me when using the switch pro controller on the linux kernel drivers, when wired (havent checked wireless my computer doesnt have bluetooth dongle), i can get through the menus but ones i get to A/X to join im out of luck