Posted: 4 months ago, last updated 3 months ago.
In Where is Cat? you look through the rooms of a house for the black cat, sometimes only being able to see a very small part of him, then look through the same rooms for plates, cups and food. Each item is more difficult to find than the last, and often requires you to open drawers, look in cupboards and more.
In Cat in Japan, you look around Japanese-inspired locations for 20 sushi. This one is slightly more involved, with keys found on one screen allowing you to open doors on others, but the gameplay is fundamentally the same.
In Christmas Cat, you look for 20 small red baubles strewn across a festive house. Again, the gameplay is largely the same, but the festive setting adds a different spin on things.
The result is a short, simple and novel way for young children to engage with video games, with each game offering a different tone and twist on the formula.
Rated 4+ on the Apple App Store.
The developer states that the games are suitable for everyone aged 5+ (Where is Cat?), 6+ (Cat in Japan) and 7+ (Christmas cat).
3-5 year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Very young children may need help with carefully searching the pictures. It's a great game for a parent to play with a young child.
After finding each item, there is a bright white flash that cannot be disabled.
Some of the items can be very difficult to find, and often are scarcely visible. Being able to distinguish between very small objects and colours is essential.
You can easily navigate through the locations by pressing the arrows on either side of the screen.
There is no time limit in any of the games.
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