By Ravenous Games Inc.
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Burger Cat is a puzzle game requiring you to use logic and skill to solve each level. Help Burger Cat reach his delicious destination.
During a normal BBQ a catastrophic event sent Burger Cat's burgers all over 85 levels! Hungry and wanting to nom these delicious cheezeburgers; you will use your tools to navigate through the levels. Your mission is to retrieve the burger in each level while overcoming obstacles that are trying to prevent you from enjoying that delicious meal! Each level requires logic and skill to solve. You can place and remove blocks of the level, as well as using things like: trampolines, umbrellas, decoys and other items to help you on your mission.
Burger Cat is hungry and needs your help to om nom nom those cheezeburgers!
- 85 levels
- Various tools (magic wand, pickaxe, dynamite, decoys, etc.)
- Undo feature
- iCloud save game support
- Retina graphics for iPhone and new iPad
- GameCenter achievements
What's New in Version 1.2
Thank you everyone for playing Burger Cat. We are glad to hear that everyone seems to be enjoying it and the most requested feature has been an undo button and more levels for the game.
This update contains that new undo feature and also an additional 25 levels in a new world!
Thanks again everyone and keep recommending Burger Cat to your friends and family!
Too easy and stupid controls
Amazingly, a puzzle game with bad controls. For starters, every time you try to place a new type of item on the screen, the first tap is ignored. Frustrating. Worse, every time the cat hits a key spot on the level, the screen jerks away to center the cat. So if you want to place an item in a certain spot, oftentimes, it moves just as you're trying to place something, resulting in a misplacement. Besides these gripes, the levels are all really easy and there's no ramp up in difficulty. Some of the later levels are way easier than earlier ones. These guys simply don't have the mind or imagination for puzzle games.
Promising but needs better level design
I like the simplicity of the game; however, most of the level solutions are painfully obvious, and would only challenge a small child. Most levels are so easy that the player can complete them without using the full arsenal of tools. If the developer were to increase the number of levels available, and this time put more thought into creating a more unique solution, Burger Cat would be a much better game.
Well, it isn't bad….
This game is okay at best.
The level designs are very amateurish and uninspired.
The solutions to the challenges that each level presents are often painfully obvious.
The tools needed to clear the path for "Burger Cat" require little to no creativity for the player. Each level often feels like a set of dominos that is almost complete, and all the player needs to do is place the last few blocks to make the chain reaction work.
Burger Cat has the look and feel of an independent game-maker's very first game. The creators seemed to have fun making it though, and they have promise for making their next game more polished (if they decide to make another game).
- Category: Games
- Updated: May 21, 2012
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 23.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Ravenous Games Inc.
- © 2012, Ravenous Games Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.