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20 Great Games Like A Building Full of Cats

Our experts have spent time searching for great games similar to A Building Full of Cats and have found the following:

A Building Full of Cats is a hidden object brain game where you search to find and pet all the cats in pictures of each room. You play by tapping on the hidden felines in monochrome illustrations of different domestic scenes. If you find all the cats in the building you can try the developer's other game like this, A Castle Full of Cats.

Unfortunately, A Building Full of Cats is not available on Android, Mac, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S or iOS. However, we recommend the following games that offer a similar experience or theme:

DetailsGame Details

Release Date: 07/07/2022, updated in 2022

Price: 20% off

Platforms: PC and Switch

Content Rating: PEGI 3

Skill Rating: 3+ year-olds

Players: 1

Genres: Brain Game and Point-and-Click

Developer: Dev Cats Games (@DevCatsGames)

Costs: Purchase cost

20 Hand Picked Video Games Like A Building Full of Cats

These are our hand-picked Video Game games similar to A Building Full of Cats. This doesn't use automatic matching, instead, we hand-pick games that are good to play if you have enjoyed A Building Full of Cats. These selections also include Video Game games that offer a different experience but address a similar theme or topic.
 

Cat Quest (Series)

Release Date: 13/09/2019, updated in 2019

Platforms: Mac, PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One, iOS and iPhone, iPad

Skill Rating: 8+ year-olds

Cat Quest 2 is an adventure game, the sequel to Cat Quest, about a fantasy realm of cats and dogs. You explore and talk to characters who send you on quests to kill enemies in caves or retrieve hidden items. The addition of two player in the second game...

Hidden Folks

Release Date: 15/02/2017

Platforms: Android, Mac, PC, Switch and iOS

Skill Rating: 8+ year-olds

Hidden Folks tasks you with exploring hand-drawn worlds to find particular people. It’s simple enough for youngsters to control but complex enough to keep parents and carers involved too.

Hidden Through Time

Release Date: 12/03/2020, updated in 2022

Platforms: Android, Mac, PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One and iOS

Skill Rating: 6+ year-olds

This is a spot the item game that also takes you on a journey through different time periods. You are tasked with finding specific items and must zoom, interact and uncover things to find each one.

Chuchel

Release Date: 07/03/2018

Platforms: Android, Mac, PC and iOS

Skill Rating: 2+ year-olds

Chuchel is a comedy adventure game. You play hairy hero Chuchel and his rival Kekel to solve simple puzzles and challenges in their quest to retrieve the precious cherry. It looks like a children's storybook animation with strange, peculiar creatures.

Inbento

Release Date: 12/03/2020

Platforms: Android, Switch and iOS

Inbento is a food-themed puzzle game where you solve puzzles to prepare lunch boxes. As you complete each "bento" lunch box a story unfolds about the highs and lows of parenthood. There are over 100 fun puzzles, aesthetically served with traditional...

Six Cats Under

Release Date: 10/07/2020

Platforms: PC and Web

Skill Rating: 11+ year-olds

Six Cats Under is a cute point-and-click puzzle where you are a deceased cat-lady trying to rescue your herd of cats by directing them with your poltergeist powers. The challenge is that you can only move very small things, so have to get the cats...

Under Leaves

Release Date: 27/04/2017

Platforms: Android, Mac, PC and iOS

Skill Rating: 2+ year-olds

Under Leaves is a puzzle game where you search for colour-filled hidden objects in scenes made of flora and fauna. Each one is a hand-drawn watercolour illustrations and accompanied with a soothing soundscape. It's a game about observation and attention...

Patterned

Release Date: 15/09/2019

Platforms: iPhone, iPad

Patterned is a puzzle game where you piece together beautiful patterns. It's a bit like a jigsaw but without the stress of forever finding more blue sky pieces. Each pattern begins as a sketch and you use visual clues to reassemble its scrambled pieces.

Ever Seen A Cat?

Release Date: 18/01/2022

Platforms: PC

Skill Rating: 3+ year-olds

Ever Seen a Cat is a hidden object puzzle game where you are trying to spot monochrome cats in different scenes. It's simple enough for players of any age to enjoy it, but has some randomisation of the levels so you need to play multiple times to get...

Catlateral Damage: Remeowstered

Release Date: 13/01/2014, updated in 2021

Platforms: Mac, PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S

Skill Rating: 8+ year-olds

Catlateral Damage is a running, jumping and knocking-things-over game where you play a mischievous cat who wants to knock its owner's belongings onto the floor. "Bother that cat," as one children's book puts it.

Cats Are Cute

Release Date: 02/09/2020

Platforms: Android and iOS

Cats are Cute is a pet care game where you look after cats and build a town. You collect a variety of cats and buildings around which the cats play and hide. It's really easy to play for youngsters and relaxing for older players.

Little Mouse's Encyclopaedia

Release Date: 25/02/2019, updated in 2021

Platforms: Android, Mac, PC, Switch, Xbox and iOS

Skill Rating: 3+ year-olds

Little Mouse's Encyclopaedia is an adventure game where you play as a mouse exploring nature. On your way you encounter plants and animals along with encyclopaedia-style information about them. It's an interactive picture book where every interaction is...

Here Kitty!

Release Date: 04/05/2020

Platforms: iOS

Skill Rating: 4+ year-olds

Here Kitty! is a real-world hide and seek game you play by hiding your phone. It's from the same team behind Heads Up. When the child calls out or gets near the phone makes cat noises to give them clues to find it. When it's...

The Shape Of Things

Release Date: Coming soon

Platforms: PC

Skill Rating: 6+ year-olds

The Shape of Things is a relaxing puzzle game where you manipulate objects to match up their disjointed pieces. It's played a bit like the Rubik's cube, only here it's not colours and sides you are matching up but elements of these different everyday...

Time Flies

Release Date: Coming soon

Platforms: PC, PS4, PS5 and Switch

Time Flies is a traversal game about being a fly. Like the insect's own life, your life in the game is short. You fly through the black and white world with the simple aim of completing your bucket list of whimsical tasks.

Tiny Lands

Release Date: 22/01/2021, updated in 2021

Platforms: PC and Switch

Skill Rating: 5+ year-olds

Tiny Lands is a spot-the-different puzzle game where you search for discrepancies in tiny diorama scenes. To play you simply rotate and zoom the beautiful environments and then press to highlight the differences.

Where is Cat?

Release Date: 15/09/2015, updated in 2021

Platforms: Android, PC and iOS

Skill Rating: 3+ year-olds

Where is Cat? is a collection of three hide-and-seek style puzzle games where you find various items scattered throughout the pictures. Each place you look for items in is hand-drawn by children, and the items are often difficult to find without a close...

Windosill

Release Date: 15/12/2011, updated in 2022

Platforms: Mac, PC, Switch and iOS

Skill Rating: 4+ year-olds

Windosill is a collection of toy-like puzzles through ten mysterious rooms. You follow a small, toy truck navigating a mysterious world. It stands out not only for the unusual interactions but how exploring each scene is like playing with a new toy.

Pear Quest (Sokpop)

Release Date: 19/05/2019

Platforms: Mac and PC

Skill Rating: 7+ year-olds

Pear Quest is a point-and-click adventure where you are a rabbit on a strange island covered in trees. There's a large pear you need to reach by completing quests and puzzles for the various inhabitants. It's similar to other island adventures, but here...

Boo!

Release Date: 23/10/2017

Platforms: Android, Web and iOS

Skill Rating: 4+ year-olds

Boo! is a Halloween-themed puzzle game where you decorate pumpkins using cauldrons of coloured paint. The twist is that to create each design, you need to cover up different parts of the pumpkin using an assortment of items. The challenge is to apply...

2 Easier Video Games than A Building Full of Cats

If you like the sound of A Building Full of Cats but find it too complex or challenging, the games in this section offer a similar experience but with a lower Skill Rating.
 

A Building Full of Cats is in These Lists

In addition to the similar games listed above, which have been linked to this game specifically in the database, you may find games with a similar theme to A Building Full of Cats in the following lists:

Nurture Child-Like Imagination

These games are for children under seven years old, who will, with some help, discover activities they want to try that will expand their imaginations while establishing the role of your guidance and engagement as part of the gaming world as they grow up. The more open imagination of young children lends itself to games that offer an open world. Rather than forcing the player in a particular direction open world games let players explore wherever they want. The games here offer unusual and age-appropriate experiences that are often educational but keep the emphasis on the sheer joy of interactive play rather than hard learning.
 

Stories Told With Possessions

Games tell stories about people and places. This can be similar to books and films, offering snapshots, flashbacks and poignant scenes that form a life. Because we can explore the spaces where games happen, they can also tell stories by the things we find.

Games often use their character's possessions to tell us about them, as much as what they say or look like. Favourite toys, carefully written letters, hurried notes, pictures on the walls, dilapidated architecture, menus, vehicles, ticket stubs. The objects of our lives tell a story about who we are and what is happening to us.

Games like The Sims or Animal Crossing enable us to use possessions to create spaces that reflect the character we are playing. In , we are given a prized camera and bird book from our grandparents to tell the story of their bond and trust.

Some games let us get to know characters solely through their possessions. In Unpacking we spend hours placing and arranging someone's things, and as we do we get to know them (and their hopes, loves, losses and travels) deeply. In The Last of Us we find people's notes and possessions abandoned. In this we find the story of a world in panic, but also of the people's lives before everything went wrong.

Other games use possessions as an important part of how we interact with the world. In Overboard, for example, we need to use medication, ear rings and clothing to tell a story that the other characters in the world believe (one where we didn't murder our husband).

Finally, games use possessions sentimentally to connect us to the past of characters. In Hindsight we are asked to decide which objects to keep and which to let go of. In Before I Forget, possessions offer a gateway to our own fraying memories.

However games use these possessions to tell stories, it's always worth slowing down, noticing the objects we are rushing past and reading the literal and metaphorical notes about the world in which we are playing.
 

Top 10 Cat Games That Won't Lead You Astray

Are you a dog person or a cat person? If you're the latter there are loads of amazing video games featuring your feline friends. (If you're the former, there's also lots of dog games too, but that's another list).

Whether it's the super realism of games like Stray, a passing visitor in a game like Gravity Rush, or a whole community of anthropomorphized puss-in-clothing from Night in the Woods, cats get everywhere in the games we play.
 

Hide and Seek

Some forms of play are timeless. Running around with a stick pretending to be in the army. Chasing each other in games of tag. And, of course, hide and seek. The games in this list offer digital ways to play hide and seek with a variety of different twists.

Hide In A Crowd: There are games like Spy Party, Thief Town, Hidden in Plain Sight and Buissons, that let you play as a range of characters and then challenge another player to find you amongst a computer-controlled crowd, from what way you move and interact. The Fruit game in Game & Wario on Wii U has the same mechanics, with one person trying to steal fruit without the other players working out who they are. Wii Party offers hiding in its Spot the Sneak mode where one player has a secret advantage in the mini-games that the other players have to spot. Another great example is Wii U Party, Lost and Found Square mode. One player stands in a crowd of identical people and uses the Wii U gamepad to look around and describe their location to other players, who use the TV to explore and find them. At the end, you see a map of where the players had run.

Prop Hunt: There are games with "Prop Hunt" modes where you can change into the items in the world to hide. Fortnite has a great Prop Hunt mode, as does Minecraft. Then there are games like Witch It designed around this idea of transforming into normal items and hiding in a game world.

Separate Screens: There games like Mario Chase and Luigi's Ghosthouse in Nintendoland, or Pac-Man Vs where one person has their own screen while the others team up to hunt for them use the main TV screen. Or games you play online where everyone has their own screen and try to hide from a particular character like in Secret Neighbor. Screencheat is a twist on this, where you share the same screen and try to shoot each other, but your characters are invisible.

Hidden Objects: Or there are hidden object games where the computer hides things that you have to find, like Hidden Folks and Hidden Through Time. There's a hidden object mode in Super Mario Odyssey where you hunt online player's hidden balloons. A twist on this is Here Kitty where one person hides a phone that then makes cat noises until the seeker has found it.

Open World Hiding: You can use pretty much any open-world game to make your own hiding fun. You can hide in Minecraft (having turned nameplates off), sneak around on public transport in or simply count to 10 while visitors hide in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
 
Taming Gaming Book Written by parents for parents, the database complements the in-depth discussion about video game addiction, violence, spending and online safety in the Taming Gaming book. We are an editorially independent, free resource without adverts that is supported by partnerships.

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