My Talking Angela

My Talking Angela

It’s weekend time again, which means you are about to get a new portion of popular Android games. We’ll start with My Talking Angela – a new “old” app that has climbed Google Play’s ladder to the top – well, at least where we are located.

What is My Talking Angela all about? The answer is very simple, especially if you have played My Talking Tom before. This free Android game allows you to take care of a small female kitten and the goal is to raise it to an adult female cat by feeding it, petting it, washing it, playing with it and putting it to sleep. In a few words you must meet all basic needs of this kitten to make it survive and grow. In addition the most interesting feature of this game is that the kitten, called Angela can talk – she repeats everything you say!

My Talking Angela may seem like My Talking Tom a lot but there are various differences. The background and the in-game rooms are different, the game sounds are different and then the gameplay is different. This time you will have to perform more actions to keep Angela happy – like wash her teeth, something which was missing in My Talking Tom. This might be good news for some players but others will be unhappy because they are required to spend more time with the game. It’s all up to you to decide if this is good or not. But despite this fact the basic gameplay is the same, except that you have a female cat now and not a male one.

If you like My Talking Tom chances are you will like this game too. It brings more of the same but under shinier wraps. Most of the game aspects have been improved, which is a guarantee for more fun with My Talking Angela. No wonder then that this app is number one on Google Play now.

You can take a look at My Talking Angela here on Google Play.

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