Cats are the overlords of the internet. It's no secret. They rule from the shadows, watching us through millions of adorable kitty videos and silly cat memes. Now they're trying to invade your phones and mobile devices, too. Don't try to fight the invasion, just accept cats as your supreme rulers and carry them around in your pocket at all times.
Don't try to decide which of these two amazing cat mobile games you should install. Get both of them. The cats command it!
The Battle Cats
Crude drawings, crude humor, and a ridiculously addictive gameplay have made The Battle Cats a huge success. Pit your collection of sometimes adorable, often creepy fighter cats against dogs, hippos, floating heads, and many other enemies. Fill up your roster with cats like the cute Lizard Cat, the silly Catburger, or the strangely disturbing Titan Cat. Collect them all!
This game couldn't be simpler, but many have called it life-changing. Leave out toys and food for kitties in your digital backyard, and return periodically to see what kinds of cats have visited you while you were away. Watch the visiting cats play with your offerings, take pictures of them for your journal, and even receive gifts from them. The simple pleasure of Neko Atsume is surprisingly satisfying, and will keep you coming back.
Of course, that expensive iPad isn't really for you to use. It's actually a toy for your cat. Especially when you install these two games that will keep your cat enthralled:
This game from Friskies, was designed for cats to play with. Fish appear on screen and react to your cat "catching" them. Your cat can even level up as he catches more and more fish. Even cats like to be at the top of the leaderboard.
Unleash your cat's inner artist with Paint for Cats, an app designed to get your kitty drawing. Cats create splashes of color by chasing around a digital mouse. You can then share your cat's works of art with your friends on Facebook, or print them out and proudly affix them to your fridge (after explaining to your kids that replacing their paintings with the cat's is nothing personal).
Some games are meant to be enjoyed together. Here's one mobile game that will require a team effort between you and your cat:
Okay, so this game isn't technically created with cats in mind, but your cat will enjoy it anyway - and so will you.. Pocket Pond is a peaceful pond and fishing simulator. You take care of a beautiful digital pond, and fill it with lots of fish, frogs, and other wildlife. You pretty the pond up, then unleash your cat on it to interact with the fish and the super realistic water (be ready to wipe down your device of drool when he's done). A moment of zen for you, a moment of entertainment for your cat. What could be better?