In showing my dog sitter (guess she's a cat sitter now too) all the fun things my new tablet can do, so she can play with it when she's at the house, I downloaded cat games. Now, everytime I get the tablet, the cats climb up on me meowing because they want to play. I have to lock them out of the room to use it. Help! lol. My JRT can sit by and watch them play for a bit, but when a really big bug runs across the screen, he pounces on it, leaving doggy drool and possibly some snot behind.
This is my first world problem.
Rhode Islands are red;
North Hollands are blue.
Sorry my thoroughbreds
Stomped on your roo. Originally Posted by pAin't_Misbehavin' :
It was free..lol. I have barn kittehs too, but I'm scared to show them the crack. If they got together, they could start a mutiny.
It's really kind of cute and would be a good game for very young children to help with motor skills. It's basically bug running across the screen that you have to splat. Once you splat them, then a different one runs across.
You know, a game for cats played on a $200+ machine is a "bread and circuses" thing. (Cultural references: the fall of Rome was preceded by much partying all around). If we are on the same trajectory-- as the invention of this suggests-- why should the First World Cats get to party with us?
Since the party isn't over yet, can you guys think of a better name for this? GameforCats doesn't do it, eh?