Look, you raze a village, you kidnap royalty, you open a rift in the sky to bring about the end of the world, all of that's fine. You mess with my cat? We got a problem. In 23 Turtles' quirky RPG adventure Cursed Islands, the ruler of a flying fortress abducts your feline friend to combat loneliness, leaving you determined to strike out and bring your kitty back home. Upon arriving on the island, all you have to do is click to move around the map and select choices when available. Defeating enemies in turn-based random encounters levels up both your magic and strength, but don't forget to rest at the village (which also saves your game) to restore your life if it gets depleted from taking damage! Cursed Islands is largely a pretty short and simple game, leaning towards a sort of Kingdom of Loathing style, albeit with a more restrained sense of humour. It might actually be a little too short to the point of feeling experimental, given its abrupt ending and grindy nature, but if you're a fan of silly RPG parodies, the ten minutes Cursed Islands will take you will be worth it for you to make an example of anyone who dares so much as glance at your cat in the future.