A Bouncing Cat Game Review: Fluff Eaters

A Bouncing Cat Game Review: Fluff Eaters

purple cat

Here’s a cool brain teaser game available to download on Android and iOS. This is a puzzle game that targets audience who might be mentally tired at the end of the day after school. This game includes a huge variety of interesting brain teasing puzzle levels. A game that requires an attentive mind. it’s also an addictive game, which gathers the interest of the player and entertains a lot of complex challenges throughout.

Some Interesting features:

If you’re familiar with Jacks, then you’ll feel at home. If not, here’s a brief refresher. The basic mechanic of the game is to bounce a ball off the ground, grab as many Jacks as you can while the ball is in the air, and then catch the ball again before it could bounce a second time on a flat surface, but inѕtеаd of рiсking up Jасkѕ you’ll be tapping on a purple cat at first and then on the enemy Fluffs while avoiding a variety of оbѕtасlеѕ like ѕрikе, cannon, whееl, swings, and etc... It’s not as easy as it looks!

 

purple cat puzzle game

Stage with an active wheel element to make to level more frustrating.

Fluff Eаtеrѕ аlѕо displays one of the most charming art ѕtуlеѕ with a very unique layout that is well designed to keep things interesting. All of the artwork are all hand drawn to add a special depth of feel and adds character to the overall experience. 

Purple Cat Drawing

The game does not annoy the players with ads nor does it fuss the player to spend money on in-game transactions like other games do. The game has only one in-app purchase, which has a one-time payment of $0.99 to unlock the entire game past the first world. To put things into perspective, a piece of candy probably cost more than this game. 

Many kids like to play cat games on mobile phones so the developer have added interesting elements to keep the mobile game interesting for kids. The game Fluff eaters itself has the cute purple cat.

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