This Cat Machine is a cat with buttons on its face. It has speakers for ears, closed eyes, and a standard cat mouth. The background is yellow, with darker yellow text that says "Neko Mashi-n."
The buttons resemble the button configuration of the Gameboy Advance. The buttons that represent the D-Pad are labeled with Japanese text that translates to "Breaks" below them, and the A and B buttons are labeled with text that translates to "Phrases."
Phrases (A and B)
All phrases are played at a random pitch each time you play them.
A: Begins playing a beat with a high-pitched meow.
B: Begins playing a beat with a lower pitched meow.
Similarly to the phrases, all breaks at played at varying pitches. All breaks stop the currently playing phrase with a different noise.
Left: Plays a "Hoo-Huh" noise with a meow in the background.
Right: Plays an "Ooo-Aaa" noise with a very quiet meow in the background.
Up: Plays an "Aaa" sound effect.
Down: Plays a similar "Aaa" sound effect, but it's lower pitched.
Start: Plays a demo where it automatically presses buttons to a rhythm.
Select: Leaves the Cat Machine.
- There is developer text outside of the screen saying " we'll use ears for speakers" and "well use OBJ (a kind of sprite)"