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Feed the Kitten - a great new game for BlackBerry smartphones

By James Richardson on 19 Aug 2012 06:06 pm EDT
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I'll be honest with you; I tend to hardly ever play games on my BlackBerry smartphone. That doesn't stop me from looking at good ones though and Feed the Kitten is one of those. The game is very similar to Cut the Rope which you can find for the BlackBerry PlayBook, on Android and also on iOS. The idea of the game is to slice the ropes therefore releasing the fish to fall into the kittens mouth. Of course it isn't quite that easy; you will need to collect starts along the way, avoid obstacles and use your brain to work out the best route to take.

The game runs surprisingly well on the Bold 9900 that I used it on. Graphics are fluid and colours are bright and crisp. Feed the Kitten also is BBM connected so you can share your highest scores with your friends easliy. All in all a great little game and maybe the best I have used on my BlackBerry to date.

Features of Feed the Kitten:

  • 72 tricky levels and much more to come (8 in free version)
  • perfect graphics and sounds
  • cute character
  • realistic gameplay physics
  • BlackBerry Messenger integration: share your achievements via BBM.

The paid version of the app will set you back $1 and for that you will get 72 levels. There is also a free edition which will limit you to eight levels however it is worth giving this one a try first.

More information / download Feed the Kitten (Free)
More information / purchase Feed the Kitten (Paid)

Reader comments

Feed the Kitten - a great new game for BlackBerry smartphones

5 Comments

First, finally i feel so special .......... i would like to thank my mother, my dog and my brother. it was hard work but it paid off. I am first finally ...

lol
Thank God for Solverlab making games for BB
they are the only company making good graphics fun games for us.
Of course they are copies of popular iOS/Android games, but
heck they are really good and run smooth.
Angry Pigs, Cut it, Fruit slash, Tiny Bird, River Test, Tomb Escape
and now Free The Kitten are all great 5 star worth games

Why can't RIM get the real games instead of these knock-offs. Their ridiculous struggle to get even the most basic apps in mid-2012 makes me worried about the app ecosystem that will be present for the BB10 launch

The DEVELOPERS chose to make these games NOT RIM.

Don't you even realise this at all, if at all, do you even do any research? Stop being so negative. Fuck, if you don't like it, don't comment or download/buy it at all. Move on like most of us already have done.

It's an excellent game and the developer (not RIM) put allot of hard work in it. Give him/her a break. Or how would you like it if people hated or put you down for your hard honest work? Huh? I didn't think so.