<i>Feline Frenzy</i> is a game that I came up with about a month ago. I haven’t got a chance to really play it yet, so I don’t know whether or not it works at all.
The basic premise is that each player plays a cat that moves around a hex map trying to catch mice and avoid a pair of annoying twin girls that want to hug and squeeze and maul the poor cats. On each player’s turn, they play a card that describes a two hex movement to move a mouse or one of the twin girls. They then get to move their cat. Do you use your cards to move a mouse away from another cat? Move a twin towards another cat? Or simply move a mouse towards your cat.
However, if you’d like to give it a try, I do have a print & play prototype of it. In addition to the map and cards provided in the Feline Frenzy archive, you’ll need up to 6 cat pieces, up to 7 mouse pieces, and 2 pieces to represent the twin girls. If you give it a try, let me know what you think.
Note: The print and play version that was attached here is no longer available. It was a very old version. Future posts should clarify the current state of this game.