What furry games can you name?

Discussion in 'Technology Talk' started by Angellothefox, May 18, 2016.

  1. Angellothefox

    Angellothefox Member

    What furry games can you name? these can be computer games or video games...
    ...or even board games...

    I know Kay is one a cute little tiger with a sword in his hand where the game location is based in china
  2. Kitsune633

    Kitsune633 Mercenary Writer

    Star Fox series

    Sly Cooper series

    Crash Bandicoot series.
  3. SleepyLynx

    SleepyLynx (Cannot come up with a clever custom title)

    Spyro the Dragon is the first thing that comes to mind.
  4. Azrion/Zhalo

    Azrion/Zhalo The Felynes have arisen!

    Ratchet & Clank??? He's fuzzy and carries lots of guns!
  5. Diaszoom

    Diaszoom The Iron Heart Lion

    Hmm.. SolatoRobo, was the first that comes in mind, cant remenber others games now.. Lol
  6. KazWolf

    KazWolf Member

    Sly Cooper is my favorite "furry" style game. I hope they would make Sly 5, because Sly 4, was not that great at all.

    New Ratchet And Clank. I been thinking to get it to PS4, looks so promising, and what i remember, it was best selling PS4 in April if not mistaken. I used to play R&C 1 but it was demo, but still, I loved it.

    For more furry games, there is Dust and Elysian Tail (or something like that how it was called)
  7. Inzoreno

    Inzoreno The Gentleman Owl

    Definitely Bloody Roar, Sonic the Hedgehog (of course), and technically many of those early mascot platformers like Bubsy.
  8. Tagaziel

    Tagaziel Panzerkatze

    The Elder Scrolls series come to mind. While not explicitly furry (in the sense that it features exclusively anthropomorphic animals), it does feature the Khajiit (anthropomorphic cats), Argonians (reptiles), and in Skyrim, intelligent dragons. Every race has its distinct, fleshed out culture, belief system, and appearance. My favorite is The Elder Scrolls Online, since each race gets fleshed out, rather than the beastfolk getting tacked-on as an afterthought.

    In a similar vein, the Wizardry series 6 through 8 have plenty of furry races, including the Felpurr (cats, with excellent stats to the point of being OP), Rawulf (wolves and dogs, clerics), dragons, lizardmen, and even yeti/bigfoot.

    Master of Orion is Master of Orion, with avians (Alkari), cats (Mrrshan), Soviet bears (Bulrathi), ants (Klackon), etc. My favorite part is playing as the Mrrshan and putting humanity to the sword - or better, conquering Earth and cleansing it of humans by resettling the billions across the galaxy on volcanic prison planets...


    Age of Wonders features the Tigrans as one of the playable species (and really, I'd write more, but I just distracted myself with the awesome Tigrans of AoW III...)
  9. ChromaticRabbit

    ChromaticRabbit lagomorphic

    Here are some titles that haven't been discussed so far:

    Freedom Planet is a fun game that's heavily influenced by the 16-bit era Sonic The Hedgehog and Sonic 2, with lovely play mechanics and level design and appealing pixel art and music; a true spiritual successor to everything that made the early Sonic games great, and well worth the look if mascot platformer games appeal.

    Although you don't play as a furry character in any of the below titles, they're still well worth a look and are nevertheless populated to varying degrees by anthros:


    I'll give honorable mention to Hyper Light Drifter because all its NPCs are basically anthro critters and the game and its music are just gorgeous, but it's a genuinely more challenging game than some more casual gamers may enjoy. That said, it's also a very rewarding game to experience, IMO, especially if watched Miyazaki/Ghibli's masterwork, Nausicaa, and witnessed the echos of its captivating aesthetic mysticism in Japanese video games and culture going forward from the late 1980s.


    In almost the same breath as HyperLightDrifter is the modern (and free) classic 'Cave Story,' because of its Mimigas (think bunnies) race of NPCs, for many of the same reasons. There is a low-cost 'remaster' version of this, but I prefer the aesthetic sensibilities in the pixel art and music of the original freeware version...


    Finally, just in case you haven't heard of it, there's a fair number of anthro NPCs to discover in Undertale.
    Last edited: May 28, 2016
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  10. Darklordbambi

    Darklordbambi The great Amanojaku

    That looks amazing @_@ I dunno what genre this game is and between those cute cat people and badass robots, I want it.
  11. Saiko

    Saiko GTWT Survivor

    I'm surprised no one has mentioned Dust: An Elysian Tail yet.
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  12. StemTheDeer

    StemTheDeer Guest

    Fur Fighters is a really underrated game tbh. It's pretty old though. :p
  13. nerdbat

    nerdbat Green butt of reason

    SANEC, of course
  14. rhisis112

    rhisis112 New Member

    A compliation of the ones above me,and some of my own findings:
    Star fox
    Donkey kong
    Ratchet and clank
    Crash bandicoot
    Sly cooper series
    Sonic series
    Bloody roar
    Dust: An elysian tail
    Fur fighters

    earth eternal/Planet forever
    Elderscrolls series (argonians/khajiit)
    Legends of equestria
    wacky wheels
    Sam& Max series
    legend of grimrock
    legend of Kay
    Freedom planet
    Mr. bree
    inherit the earth
    Cave story
    Master of Orion
    Pokemon series / mystery dungeon series

    Board games:
    Mice and mystics
  15. zeroslash

    zeroslash WYSIWYG

    It's okay. Furry or not, there are better games.
  16. ChromaticRabbit

    ChromaticRabbit lagomorphic

    Came across this game on Steam today, appears to have anthro main playable characters. I thought of this thread:

    Stories: The Path of Destinies

    (Because I haven't played it, this is merely a mention and not necessarily an endorsement.)
  17. Rmania

    Rmania Member

    Don't forget Altered Beast for an old school game
  18. Yukkie

    Yukkie Guest

    Sonic! Because obviously nobody has said that, or even knows what it is! :V
  19. Peacewalker

    Peacewalker Member

    Why nobody remembers Banjo-Kazooie

  20. Baeonetta

    Baeonetta New Member

  21. Diretooth

    Diretooth Dire Wolf and Dragon Therianthrope

    Battle Beast was a favorite of mine growing up. Dust: An Elysian Tale has an anthro lead.
  22. cyclingswitch

    cyclingswitch Furry Engineer

    I can confirm, it's actually pretty good. They also make jokes about nightmares where hairless apes wear clothes and all the animals are naked...

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