Solving physics-based puzzles and collect cats!
Welcome to this brand new cat shelter and start a journey of collecting and merging cats right now! Generous donation will be granted from cat lovers all around the world, so please invest it carefully and build a magnificent palace of various lovely cats!
Sometimes cats will make trouble and hide themselves. To catch the naughty cats, draw an adequate shape then tactfully use the terrain and featured objects within the puzzle level. You’ll find more interesting devices and also earn massive reward as progress of puzzle levels.
Hello Cats, as a perfect integration of puzzle and collective game, it has these features:
1. Freely and unrestrained drawing.
2. Delicate physics system and fun devices.
3. Open style puzzles, try make your own best solution.
4. More funny levels and amazing cats in future updates.
Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
This is a fun game that doesn’t seem finished. It’s like the developers had a good idea, made a base game and then lost interest and made more of the same thing several times. Oh yeah, and they also added some ideas that seemed to be going somewhere but they forgot to actually add the feature to the game. To elaborate, the game starts out good, even if it is “animal abuse” (seriously people, it’s a game. The cat’s not real), then there is a slight variation and they go back to the original concept instead of mixing it up to keep it interesting. The game is just the same thing over and over again. Then, there are the other cats the you spend your fish currency to get pieces. You need 4 to unlock the cats, which there are many of. Once you actually get one unlocked you can feel a great sense of accomplishment and nothing more. The cat is not able to be used in the game or anything else, you just unlock it and can’t even so much as enlarge a picture of it, it is simply unlocked for no other purpose. Lastly, I know this is still a somewhat new game, but it took me 4 days of casual game play to finish it. Some levels were tricky, but, as I said before, it’s really just the same thing over and over. Not too challenging in the end. This game has potential, but as of now it falls very short of being worth the little time you are able to put into it.
More boring than it looks
The ads made this game look like it might be fun and it is at first when you’re learning how the game works. But instead of continually building in difficulty and challenging you to master the system or think creatively (the preferred formula for puzzle games) it just keeps dropping back down to simple boring levels you could do without any skill.
Maybe it changes more after level 83 where I stopped but I doubt it and the constant ads cancelled out the little fun I was still having.
It could probably be a fun game for kids since you keep progressing fairly easily but that’s the only reason it gets 2 stars.
Yes it’s fun
It is fun as heck it kills time but is so fun to set around and play. It challenges your brain and you mind. It makes you think about things that you would not think work the why it is demonstrated it also is fun and can be super funny. It does not have to many ads so if you have five minutes to play the game you spend zero seconds on ads. I would download it if I where you
- SamShui Corporation
- 491.4 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Fastone Games
- In-App Purchases
- Superior Bundle $4.99
- 600 Diamonds $0.99
- 3500 Diamonds $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.