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Enjoy Kitten Cannon as it approaches its 4-year anniversary.
Now updated with the NG API
Pretty good for its age. Toss the turtle is basically this game with all the upgrade capabilities.
Honestly, it is't nearly as good as I remembered it. It's still fun, just hasn't aged very well.
Played this years back. Fun for the first 5 minutes then boring. Should make an update of this game where you can upgrade stuff! would be more interesting.
Way below the average level of tossing games usually rated that high. I guess the mechanics are allright, but there should be more stuff to do.
I vaguely recall playing this at some point. It's weird seeing the young people leaving comments below like "I can't believe this is 8 years old!" Yeah kiddies, take a look at today's date right now. Remember that date. Because there will come a day when you encounter someone who hasn't been born yet who will be cynical the current year was even a real year. There will come a day when some commercial product which doesn't even exist year, they will look at it and say "oh, I remember THAT, I used THAT when I was a REALLY little kid", or even "oh, I think I've heard of those, but I don't know what it's for, it was before my time, I can't believe the nonsense the old fogies had to put up with back in the olden days". Oh yeah, 2005, gosh that's SO LONG ago, I can see how you can look back at it with such NOSTALGIA for your CHILDHOOD days. You haven't any right to claim to not still be at most halfway out of childhood now if you were a child then.
ANYWAY, it's not really an impressive launch game. Since there is absolutely ZERO element of skill or strategy. I look at the "upgrade" type games with disdain (oh come on, you kill zombies in the middle of the desert with no one else around for a bagillion miles and somehow they drop money when they die, which you can use to "buy", oh, say, the ABILITY to reload your gun faster? Really? Who the hell sold you THAT?), but at least it isn't just stupidly pushing a button. What's next, a game where you just hit the button and it randomly either says "you win" or "you lose"? But I'll give it 3.5 stars just because there is another reason one might play it, which is just to virtually torture a small animal, and I guess that's interesting on its own accord to some people. No wait, screw that, after saying that, I've changed my mind, I'm going to give it 2 stars after all. That's being generous.
A game about people and their reflections
Pure minimalist puzzle game about solving spatial issues
Short visual novel about a mysterious girl hiding a dark secret
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