GamingReview: Catie in Meowmeowland

Review: Catie in Meowmeowland


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Have you ever wished you could descend right down a rabbit hole, similar to the one in Alice in Wonderland, just to arrive at a unique and bizarre world filled with puzzles to solve? Well then, Catie in Meowmeowland is something quite similar and filled with numerous amounts of puzzles to figure out, while providing one difference, plenty of cats.

As you embark on this adventure through this strange world, your main goal is to help solve challenging puzzles as you visit different locations of the game. It may at first seem a bit odd, but honestly, the game provides plenty of awkward and amusing things to encounter and figure out. All with the simple controls of a point and click, leading you to a new location to help others and finally leading you to the final goal of helping Catie find her way home.

How Was The Game?

At first, the game appeared like a fantasy world filled with cats. To be honest, I always adored cats, and it just made me find the game a bit more pleasing to see a world filled with them. Even in all their mysteriously different shapes and designed styles, as well as many other characters. Plus, the main character named Catie is a perfect match for this game, as her name includes the word cat.

Now for the graphics, they are stunning and mesmerizing! As for the characters, each is a bit odd, and yet like the movie Alice in Wonderland, it sort of feels similar to the strange style of each as well as the background scenes. The music is also very well fitted for the game. I couldn’t find anything wrong with the nice art design of the entire game while I played.

One thing I loved most is that there are plenty of puzzles to solve. Each requires a little bit of thinking and some planning when deciding what to do to solve the problem or puzzle in that location. It’s all simply done with the point and click method, similar to playing it on a computer with a mouse pointer. Nevertheless, I can for the most part say that the game isn’t too simple, and easy to know what to do or where to go first. There are a few challenging sections, but after a few tries, it becomes simple to recall what needs to be done to move on.

Regardless, I think for the most part the gameplay is quite interesting and a type of puzzle game I do adore. It’s very much like a find and discover on your own how to complete the location you enter. There are a few areas that are confusing and come with slight hints, but sometimes it takes a little bit of figuring out on one’s own. The many different objects that need help to work or get you to the next location all depend on searching around. I played something similar on the PC like this game, a bit different still but with the same way to figure out the puzzle. No matter, this game is quite amusing and when completed a great way to feel that something was achieved. It may be short in total, but the game itself is still quite fun and entertaining for the brain as well as the eyes.

Final Conclusion

I would like to say that Catie in Meowmeowland is an interesting game, something original. The game is an amusing, slightly hilarious, and extremely imaginative game. Also, perfect for those who love everything about cats. The music that plays in the background works well with the puzzling attributes and the strange atmosphere of the game. Plus, the unique and different sections that Catie visits are well designed, graphicly, and full of colors. Leaving me to say that this game is worthy of trying and even fun to play. So do you have what it takes to help others and get Catie home?


+ Cute and Colorful Graphics
+ Quirky and Entertaining Puzzles
+ Perfect for Cat lovers

- Short Game
- At Times, The Answer Is not so Clear to What todo Next

(Reviewed on Xbox One)
Natosha M
Natosha M
If it's a game filled with action, adventure, challenges, and a great story, you best believe it; I want to play it! I'm always excited to try something classic or original when it comes to a videogame.

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