Kaspi Kitten is designed to be completely fun and totally addictive. Instead of reading instructions or asking for help, users can start playing immediately and before they know it, they’ll be saving kittens from certain doom.
Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) April 08, 2015
It’s widely held that fluffy kittens are among the cutest creatures on Earth. And it’s also common knowledge that aliens aren’t friendly and fun, but rather, they’re scary, soulless entities who perform unspeakably sinister experiments on the unfortunate life forms they capture. Well, if you add those to things up and turn it into what could be the most addictive game of 2015, you’ll have something exactly like Kaspi Kitten.
Developed by Makaka and available at no-cost for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, one look at Kaspi Kitten reveals that it’s going to be a fun, weird and wild ride. The bright colors and playful hand-drawn graphics are a refreshing change of pace from the multitude of generic look-a-like apps that clog the App Store, and the sound is also quirky and fun.
Even more importantly, however, is Kaspi Kitten’s gameplay -- which is extremely easy to understand. Users embody a character called “The Warrior of Light”, who must fly around (aided by his trusty jet-pack) and save helpless kittens from being abducted by aliens who want to perform creepy experiments.
Each time they save a kitten, users get points that boost their total score. But if too many kittens escape their clutches and end up being abducted, the game is over and they start from scratch.
However, while understanding and playing Kaspi Kitten is easy, mastering it is tough. Players must keep their concentration and fast reactions as the score climbs, and some beta testers have happily called it “the hardest game in the world”.
Users can also share their scores with friends and fans via Twitter and Facebook, and compare their triumphs against others via the Leaderboard. Users can also check stats and start over anytime
“So many mobile games are boring and too complicated, which turns what should be a fun and happy experience, into one that users can’t wait to forget,” commented Andrew Sirota of Makaka. “But Kaspi Kitten is completely different! We designed it to be completely fun and totally addictive. Instead of reading instructions or asking for help, users can start playing immediately and before they know it, they’ll be saving kittens from certain doom.”
Kaspi Kitten, the fun and addictive new no-cost app where users save cute kittens from evil alien invaders, is available now for iOS devices from the App Store at https://itunes.apple.com/app/kaspi-kitten/id951460099.
The app is also available for Android Devices from Google Play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.andrewio.kaspikitten, and for Windows Phone at http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/kaspi-kitten/c7689356-9f79-4e70-ab76-29d938f39750.
For all other information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson on behalf of Makaka at +1 408 757 0156 or press (at)appshout(dot)com.
Based in Russia and founded by Andrew Sirota, Makaka have a philosophy to develop fun and easy-to-play games for players of all ages.
Talented developer and musician Andrew designs and develops all aspects of the software himself: from music, illustration to back-end and programming (with some help from his beautiful girlfriend for multi-language translation).