CAT, CAT, THAT DAMN CAT
Huh! This is really something else!
Original and, more to the point, good! This is not just a nice engine, but a clever, goofy game that never wears out its welcome.
I ran into a few bugs where an afterimage of the cat remained in place, leaving its position indeterminate; quantum mechanics aside, it was a bit of an annoyance. And the boss battles don't really use the engine to its best advantage - the timing is more finicky than the Whiskas cat.
Polished and fun.
An amazingly fun engine-based game. Goldilocks must have been consulted for the puzzles, which are just right.
Short and sweet in more ways than one, this game gives you the warm fuzzies just to play, and puts a big smile on your face when you finally rescue your owner.
Don't delay - download and play!
This is on of the mist creative engines I have ever seen in ZZT. It's fun to play, well programmed and the graphics are clear and rather unique at times. A feel-good game and as a cat owner, I can actually imagine my Cat doing these things. Again, a brilliant engine, most unique.
You're a cat, your owner has been gone for two days and she barely left you any food! Something must be wrong.
The game starts in a cozy home situation. From there, you embark on a journey that will take you far from your home turf.
The game takes place on several well-drawn locations. It's controls make every spot on each board easily accessible and it sets a nice pace, which gives your curiousity a free go.
The game is pretty easy, you should be able to solve it within 15 minutes. You should save, though, particularly near the end - curiosity will kill the cat.
This is very much a feel-good game - accessible, colourful and cute.
Reviewed: Mar 21, 2023
Rating: out of 5.0 This user has opted out of providing a numeric rating