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Description

The best cat platformer is back!

Join Alex the cat and his friends in this new epic Super Cat Tales sequel. A mysterious army of tin soldiers has invaded Neko Land and it's up to our cat heroes to save the day.

Super Cat Tales 2 is a pure mix of platforming fun and explorative adventure, custom made for mobile touch controls. Play it right meow!

Features:
• Play 100+ levels!!
• Unlock new cats
• Explore villages
• Equip neat items
• Discover hidden secrets
• Retro pixel art and music
• Achievements and leaderboards

What’s New

Version 1.2.2

A new major update for Super Cat Tales 2 is here. Thanks for your great support!

Features:
• Second chapter added.
• New worlds and cats to unlock.
• New levels and villages to explore.
• More shop items added.
• Small bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
4.2K Ratings

4.2K Ratings

Kalix133 ,

Small Rant

Super Cat Tales 2 is very good, but there are a few flaws. I am mainly talking about a glitch I experienced in the game. Sometimes, a glitch will happen when one of the cats (it mostly happened in the pyramid stage with Sergeant McMeow for me) begins to glitch out and not stop. I can try to move, die, do anything at all, but it won’t stop unless I switch to a different cat. It can get very annoying to have the only attacker glitch out, meaning I am basically a sitting duck. Otherwise, the game is very good. The graphics are in an 16-bit style, similar to the original Kirby’s Adventure and I love it when games do this type of style. It always fills me with such nostalgia. The controls aren’t too overwhelming, very simple (though I would enjoy a run button or something). The music is also very good, which would be a staple to these games. The platforming is also a nice touch, since it is like Mario platforming, but it makes use of the controls to make it unique. I also like the story, which like the controls is very simple. So anyway, it is a good game and would recommend it to those looking for a Mario-styled game.

Andi3517 ,

So happy I want to cry

TL;DR: great game please get this, please. Support this team, show them our appreciation. You will enjoy this game if you like platformers with a slight challenge.

I adore the first Cat Tales, to the point that I continue to replay and 100% the game to this day.
I only just found out about this one not to long ago, and I’ve already played through most of the story. I’ve been going through some really rough times currently, in my mental state that is, and seeing these little purring pixels.. the ones I used to, and still do, make myself smile, it makes my day so much better.
If you want a way to brighten your day, this game is how, let me just list some of the reasons why it’s great:
-Beautiful Animations
-Adorable Characters
-Difficult, Yet Easy
-Amazing Controls
-Wonderful Story
-Fun Level Designs
The only question I have is that, well, in the first games, they were siblings, here, they don’t seem to know each other, and are called friends (which would make sense if this takes place as a prequel!!) The only thing that bugs me truly.. is the sibling thing, since the kittens appear to be the main character and another’s children. This doesn’t make the game worse, or take away from the experience, just something that caught my eye, and me being me, I’ve been wondering about it!

For the team; you guys are great, and I hope you know that, thank you for all the smiles this game, and the first, have given me! ❤️

Krypt Kritic ,

A great game comes to a sudden stop. 😭

I was really enjoying Super Cat Bros II. Despite how strange the controls were, I managed to get around it. The thing is that this game was free, so I expected all content to be available from the start. (Except for Premium, of course) Though I was sad when the game told me I needed to buy premium mode in order to continue, which basically makes the update completely useless. If you’re going to do such a thing, you’d might as well make users buy the game itself. I sacrificed a lot of time for this game, and I feel a bit sad that it ended so quickly. Sure, I could just buy the premium and none of this would’ve happened. But most of these people who play mobile games these days are literally children. You can’t expect them to pull out a credit card out their wallet. What I’m trying to say is, forcing a price in the middle of a game, especially a free one, is heart breaking, I was already emotionally attached to the game, and all my effort towards this game has gone to waste. 🗑

Information

Seller
Gionathan Pesaresi
Size
103.9 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese

Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Copyright
© Neutronized
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Lucky Cat $3.99
  2. Premium $4.99
  3. Pot of Coins $2.99

Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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