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Submitted by TBD 699d ago | review

Hackycat - iOS Review [Player Attack]

Chad Habel writes: Gotta love a game that does what it says on the can. Hackycat lauds itself as the ultimate in cat-kicking simulators, and that’s not a lie. It provides precisely what a mobile game should: Charming aesthetics, simple but fun gameplay, and a host of levelling and social options that extend gameplay to a surprising extent. It’s not even just one of those games you recommend to support Australian indie devs - it is genuinely worth it for its own sake. (Casual games, Hackycat, iPad, iPhone, Mobile) -

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