Sushi Cat

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Help Sushi Cat out by guiding him to as much sushi as possible. Watch him grow fat as he eats more and more sushi along his way. Fill up his belly to win.


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Meh, I thought the game play was a little dry. I loved the opening cutscene, which was cute and funny, so it gave me high hopes. The game play however moved very slowly and was nothing new in terms of content. A pretty boring game overall, but presented by Armor Games, it's still good.

Great, save a few flaws

Artistically, the game was perfect. I loved the cutscenes, I loved the level design, I loved the little round cat. Couple problems with gameplay though... this game tends to lag on every computer I play it on. 3.33gHz (my fastest computer) isn't enough to play this game at full frame rate on Low. Also, there are just enough levels to draw you deeply into the game, but not enough to leave me feeling satisfied. I would like to see a level editor added. One last thing, I know it would kinda break the story (since you only play as one cat) but I would like to be able to drop more than one cat at once.

Nice game

Level 14 needs some tweaking though, got my cat stuck on the sides a few times and had to reset the level. Otherwise nice game, good time killer!

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it was ok

my point is that although its a good game it does little to set itself aside from games similar to it.

Fat Cat Fall Fail.

It was pretty fun and I loved the idea of it and the adorable art, but my cat also got stuck in one of the later levels. After watching him bounce around for ten minutes or so I got bored and moved to something else. If there was no issue with the fat cat falling this would've been an 8.

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4.44 / 5.00

Mar 3, 2010
4:32 PM EST
Puzzles - Falling
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