Kitten Love Emulator System Requirements

Kitten Love Emulator System Requirements (2020) - full specs, system checker and the gaming PC setup you need: Can I Run Kitten Love Emulator?

These are the Kitten Love Emulator system requirements
(minimum)

  • Memory:4 GB
  • Graphics Card:ATI FireMV 2400 PCIe
  • CPU:Intel Pentium 4 4.00GHz
  • Kitten Love Emulator File Size:10 GB
  • OS:Windows XP/7/10

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Can I Run Kitten Love Emulator?

In terms of game file size, you will need at least 10 GB of free disk space available. To play Kitten Love Emulator you will need a minimum CPU equivalent to an Intel Pentium 4 4.00GHz. The minimum memory requirement for Kitten Love Emulator is 4 GB of RAM installed in your computer. The cheapest graphics card you can play it on is an ATI FireMV 2400 PCIe.

Kitten Love Emulator will run on PC system with Windows XP/7/10 and upwards.

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Kitten Love Emulator System Requirements

Download

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Via Steam

Developer

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True

Publisher

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False

Categories

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Casual Indie Adventure

Kitten Love Emulator Release Date

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22nd of November 2018

What is Kitten Love Emulator?

Come explore a disgustingly LOVE-addled world! Solve 'puzzles' in ever-changing, emotion-based, overly-hyphenated levels -- while hunting down the murderer. Experience an ever tightening knot in your stomach as you realize: "Something is terribly wrong here, and I don't want to dig any deeper".