Mews: Gaming apps for cat lovers?

Although many would claim that the internet was established to aid humans achieve greater communicative powers, most cat owners will know that the internet’s main purpose is to help us share our love of our furry friends.

But it’s not just YouTube videos of cats playing the sitar that have had us enraptured, as last year saw a wave of feline-based online games to help us develop our love for the amazing world of cats!

Japan is a nation that’s renowned for its affinity for cats. From cat cafes to surreal gameshows that feature weight-lifting cats, Japan is a go-to place for anybody wishing to develop their cat obsessions.


So it’s only suitable that Japan should have created the world’s best-loved cat computer game. The hugely-popular Neko Atsume allows players to win by luring stray cats into their yard through a collection of treats and toys. For a long time the game was only available in Japanese, but with an English version of Neko Atsume finally becoming available, it’s now easier than ever to collect the cats and hunt down some golden sardines!

What cat games have you played? Is Neko Atsume one of them?



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57 thoughts on “Mews: Gaming apps for cat lovers?

  1. I do not have a smartphone or tablet, so I use my notebook. No apps, but I have a game called Kitten sanctuary (from BigFishGames) – a match three game where you collect food items and milk and money. The aim of the game is to free kittens from the evil aliens. You have to feed the kittens with the food items you collect and you buy toys with the money …

  2. Awww, Marc, this looks like fun! I used to play Sushi cat game (Armor Games) on my iPhone – another Japanese game for cat lovers. You have to feed the cat loads of sushi until “Full belly is achieved” 🙂

      1. I think it is in English too. In fact, there’s Sushi cat 2 available now, I’ve played online in the browser today so no need to download an app. By the way, there is another cat-themed puzzle game called “Cat physics” by Donut games. Hope you like it! XxX

  3. Mum had Game For Cats on the iPad, and our Angel Loupi was crazy about it (which was a bit dangerous for the iPad MOL) ! Purrs

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