Cutie the Kitten (lost build of cancelled standalone third-person game from YouTuber; 2017)

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A screenshot from the alpha version.

Status: Lost

Quiet Tomato is an animation YouTuber with a total of 159,000 subscribers total as of 2019. He is known for his Macromedia Flash and MS Paint animations. He is also friends with another YouTuber, Crazy is Crazy, with a total of over 210,000 subscribers so far. Quiet Tomato's best-known animation series on his channel is S.A.M. (Springtrap and Mangle) which is a series about two characters from the indie horror game called Five Nights at Freddy's.

Development[edit | edit source]

In 2017, Quiet Tomato planned to create a game using the id Tech 1 Engine called Cutie the Kitten. It was going to be a standalone computer game with a third-person perspective in a 3D environment. The game's protagonist was going to be Cutie the Kitten, an infamous "Sans fangirl" YouTuber known for making cringe-inducing animations about her being in a relationship with a fictional character named Sans the skeleton from another indie game called Undertale. Other YouTubers were going to be featured in the game like SAiL, Birdie, etc. It was also going to be similar to Doom since it was running on the id Tech 1 Engine. The game was going to have full cutscenes and boss battles (which are like Pokémon battles).

Cancellation[edit | edit source]

Only three screenshots have been resurfaced from the alpha version by Quiet Tomato. On February 22nd, 2019, he made posts on his Google Plus and Twitter accounts explaining why his game was cancelled and what the game was going to be like.[1][2] Only three levels out of the 40 planned levels for Cutie the Kitten were ever finished, but didn't contain any triggers to complete them. It is unknown what the real title of this game was going to be. As of right now, Cutie the Kitten is mostly lost.

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