Amazing Kitty – iOS App Review


An excellent enthralling game for young children.




Category: Games
Released: June 30, 2012
Version: 1.0
Size: 14 MB
Developer: ihee Kim

Our Ratings
Graphics/Sound: 4/5
User Interface: 4/5
Gameplay: 4/5
Re-use/play value: 4/5
Overall Rating: 4/5
Price: $0.99/£0.69/download

What Is It?


A wonderful ‘lucky cat’ overload game. Simple in some respects but challenging in others and fun in all areas.

Is It Easy To Use?


Yes, it is for ages from 4+ and it is definitely accessible. To play this game you need to match up pairs of lucky cats. When they are touching you can select one, they then disappear and you achieve points. It’s quite tricky to get the pairs together and you need to rotate the handset in order to do so. Sometimes you may find that there are odd numbers of the same type of lucky cat and you need to ensure that you get them all together before clicking, as otherwise you will be left with an odd one and you will not complete the level successfully.

Is It Fun?


There are two modes to play initially when setting this game up, select either ‘Classic’ or ‘Speed’ modes. The Speed mode would raise more anxiety in a child but it is a lot of fun, basically you’re put under pressure to attain your best score in 60 seconds.

Both modes are fun and with each level that you play you will gather coins in a piggy bank. You can then use these coins to purchase upgrades within the app.

Is It Pretty?


Very much so, the lucky cats are very sweet looking and the colors are great. Perhaps appealing more to young girls initially, although once boys start to play this game they will soon become hooked.

Should You Download It


Yes, it’s a harmless, very fun, wholesome game. There’s really nothing to dislike here, if this is the style of game that you or your child like. It is quite addicting and will keep young children amused for some time in-between various activities.

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