Review of Catie in Meowmeowland – Meow Review

The fun point and click story Catie from Meowmeowland adapts “Alice in Wonderland” in its unique way. We will find out in the review if the story can outdo the original.

  • Producer: ARTillery
  • Publisher: Blowfish Studios, Gamera Game
  • Please note: March 31, 2022

The main character in the funny Catie in Meowmeowland is a girl called Katie who an erupting cat chases, is thrown down an incline, and, after a long journey to Meowland, finds herself Meowland.

It’s different from ours. However, Cathy isn’t ashamed: she has a great passion for interacting with strange characters. These are typically cats in a variety of shapes and sizes. However, there are other animals too.

Like the stone head that appears similar to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. or a transparent elephant that’s not afraid to eat any person, it comes across. Then there are all sorts of worms, birds, rabbits, and trees with eyes sensitive potatoes and other species. It’s impossible to predict which animal you’ll encounter when you next see them.

In this strange universe, humor and humour are appropriate absurd, and silly as the famous Chuchel and Pikuniku. The game will make you laugh. You are guaranteed to be astonished by the grimaces and hilarious cartoons that the character, but most foremost – Kathy herself. Kathy is a riotous reaction to each event.

It’s not the most enjoyable playing the game. The puzzles are often a challenge to logic, so it’s sometimes difficult to determine what the game is trying to tell you. It is necessary to look through the various dots on the screen to decide what you have to get onto the next episode. The majority of the time, the answer is simple. However, there are times when Catie in Meowmeowland can send you to a state of stupor. Fortunately, the cursor’s shape changes as you hover over the object in question, so you don’t need to do any searching for pixels.

Catie in Meowmeowland is gorgeous due to the artistry of the artist. However, the low-resolution blurry backgrounds are hard to spot. The more detailed character models clash with the “soapy” surroundings. You feel like the game, designed to be played on smartphones, was stretched out on the largest screen.

In the point-and-click genre, however, the issue of graphics has always been somewhere in the background. Therefore, it’s not an actual disadvantage to the game.

This is a great adventure that will keep you entertained for up to four hours.

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