KleptoCats

KleptoCats

KleptoCats is a game with interesting gameplay and an almost non-existent background story. It is kind of hard to say which genre the game belongs to but we would say KleptoCats is a game for everyone and especially people who have too much free time.

Basically the game gives you a room and a cat to play with. You have to feed and pet the cat to keep her happy and then send her out to bring you random things that you can then use to decorate your room. The game also has a number of options so you can customize this and that after you send the cat out a few times. The problem with this gameplay is that it is repetitive and after some time it will become somewhat boring. The only thing that can keep your interest is the random nature of the items brought so there’s this feeling of “what comes next?” The app, being that simple, comes with just 2D graphics and nothing more but the visuals will do since we cannot imagine this game to have 3D graphics. The sound effects are decent just like in most other Android games and this is it.

KleptoCats is a game that has an interesting idea behind and this is the reason why this non-demanding game deserves a look. The game will help you kill some time but apart from this do not expect much more. Even then KleptoCats is a nice game so if you want something new and fresh take a look at this free Android app.

KleptoCats is here on Google Play.

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