Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Funny Money

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Funny Money

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FOUR mates have made an absolute fortune from their hit smartphone game about cats - an entirely plausible comedy for the millennials.

They've sold their company Idyl Hands and the game Cat Factory and now have a new US Boss Casey (Mary McCormack).

Unusually, the plot starts with huge success and glory, but it's the problems that follow that bring the drama - and laughs.

As the cash drops into their bank accounts, Josh (Jim Howick), Leon (Samuel Anderson), Watto (Nick Helm) and Ewan (Jonny Sweet) wake up to the brilliant yet terrifying realisation that they're now multi-millionaires.

The first thing they do is send Barbershop quartets to greet anyone who ever doubted them with a rather rude song.

Then, ever so British, Josh splashes out on new pair of jeans. …

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