Super Phantom Cat

Super Phantom Cat

Super Phantom Cat is not about cats that you will get to feed and take care of – here you will become a super cat – if you can!

The game seems to be a classic arcade game although on Google Play it is listed as an adventure game. Here you will have to help a kitty find its way home. The problem is that the kitty is lost and wanders in a bad and mysterious place full of enemies and traps. So prepare to jump, avoid obstacles, kill enemies and make money on your way out but be careful – you have a limited number of lives and when you run out of them the game ends. The actual gameplay is simple – three are three buttons on your screen – the first two move you left and right, while the third one makes you jump. That’s it! So prepare your fingers and good luck! But make sure to have a powerful Android device because despite the game’s simplicity it slows down during action moments so our assumption is that it taxes hardware heavily.

Super Phantom Cat comes with simple pixelated graphics like the ones seen in the arcade games of the 1990s and even the 1980s but this is because the game pays homage exactly to these games, or so the developers say. The app also has simple sound effects but what you get will do.

All in all Super Phantom Cat is a fun casual arcade game that will bring you fun if you show some dedication. The game is simple enough to be played but you should have a powerful Android-based mobile device to enjoy it to the fullest. Apart from this there’s nothing wrong in Super Phantom Cat.

You can find this app here on Google Play.

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