Cookie Cats

Cookie Cats

Cookie Cats is a new game in the proliferating matching game genre. Alas this game does not bring many new features to the table but in any case the app is worth a look, especially if you like this genre.

The story behind this free Android game is simple – there are a few neighborhood cats that are hungry for cookies and you must feed them. To do this, create long lines of cookies with the same color and a cat that craves them will eat them. Each cat wants a certain number of cookies and these are actually the level requirements that you must meet. Speaking of this the game comes with numerous levels but there’s a feature too that will ease your life – Cookie Cats gives you the freedom to create lines in all directions with the only requirement being that they must go uninterrupted. This means that unlike other matching games in Cookie Cats a line may go straight and then turn left for instance and this is perfectly fine for the game. You should also create lines that are as long as possible since this will allow you to finish a level faster.

Just like other matching games Cookie Cats comes with 2D visuals, which are nice, by the way, so we cannot complain here. The music inside the game is also nice and will appeal to Google Play users and mostly to children.

Cookie Cats is a classic matching game with a few new elements like the freedom to create lines in all directions. Apart from this app hardly comes with anything new but it should appeal to fans of the genre so we cannot say that Cookie Cats is a total loss.

Cookie Cats is here on Google Play.

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