DonutCat

DonutCat

DonutCat is a game that will make you raise an eyebrow when you see the story behind it. You are a cat, whose main and only mission here is to catch a running donut, which runs upwards on something that looks like an endless straw.

Okay, we can accept this. So here’s what you will get – DonutCat will very quickly turn into an arcade game in which you will be tapping like crazy. The cat chases the donut upwards but will soon encounter obstacles such as sharp knives. You have to tap the left or right side of your display to make the cat jump to the other side and avoid the blades – if you fail you know what follows. But if you succeed you will collect gold and in-game points until the moment when you die – and this moment will inevitably come as the speed of the cat gets higher after a certain moment and the blades simply become too many.

DonutCat fails in the graphics and sound departments – the game not only offers 2D graphics only but they look really bad at that too. It’s like you are back to the early 1990s. Given the gameplay, though, the graphics will do and the sound will too, although it is nothing special.

What is the final verdict this time? DonutCat will offer you decent casual gameplay but nothing more, which makes the game a perfect choice when you want to kill some time. For all other purposes look for another game.

DonutCat is here on Google Play.

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