I couldn't find a trailer for Neko Atsume, all I could do was take some pictures. Hope you enjoy!
My mother found this game at the app and when she showed me and Charisma the game we said, 'Oh my goodness! It's Neko Atsume!'. The whole game is about how you attract kitties by feeding them and giving them toys to play with and then they give you sardines (and sometimes gold sardines) so you can purchase more food and toys for the kitties.
It's kind of like the Circle of Life. But for Kitties.
The game comes in two languages: Japanese and English. If you're practicing Japanese, then you can switch the language and ta-da! It's done. Also, there is an option, if you have a mobile device that doesn't have a lot of storage, where you can make the graphics suitable for your device. Some other reasons why this is a good game:
There are many other things that make it quite an enjoyable game, but there was one thing that I didn't like about the app. When you click on the 'Menu' button (which is conveniently put in the upper right-hand corner), there would be an occasional little kitty sitting on the menu screen (it's small) and it would say, '(Fill in a kitties name) has a brochure for you!'. But when you click on it, it's like an actual ad (and the exit button is extremely small). Yet, I think that's the only thing I didn't like about it. Although, you can easily ignore the ad, so it's not a big deal.
All in all, I rate this game a four stars.
iTunes: Neko Atsume
Google Play: Neko Atsume
This is an amazing game. Seriously. I honestly was not expecting this game to be as awesome as it turned out to be. I saw the trailer, fell in love with it and then asked myself, "Do I really expect it to be as great as the trailer? I know for a fact that it won't have the same amazing digital/CGI quality it had in the trailer." Because of that thought I put my expectations level really high and expected this game to be really low.
Okay, and recap time: Bianca bought it from Amazon because she thought it was better than the first Style Savvy game (which is just called Style Savvy). She was considering the first Style Savvy game because it had the option to get a boyfriend, but Style Savvy: Trendsetters beat that consideration because of these reasons:
1. Better Graphics
2. Option to Create Men's Outfits
3. More Clothing Options
4. More Freedom with Your Character
5. More Organized
And probably some more stuff, too. Anyways, I was super excited when the package came in the mail and I constantly watched from over her shoulder on how the story would play out and how you did everything in the game.
Though the concept is simple, it gets increasingly harder throughout the game. There are those crazy people who say "Oh! just give me an outfit under my budget that matches my style" and your supposed to guess what their style is and sometimes it just completely stands out. WHILE OTHER TIMES YOU HAVE TO GIVE THEM 3 OUTFITS TO LOOK AT AND NONE OF THEM MATCH THEIR STYLE. What in the world, right?
Anyways, the idea of this game is ingenious. You go from a beginner who just moves into town and starts to work at your favorite store, then you just slowly sky rocket from there. :) It is actually a very satisfying experience as you play through the game.
Style Savvy: Trendsetters is a wonderful game to play through and actually makes you think on what styles are cute together and what quite aren't. It let's you think about money and what to buy when shopping for your shop. It's a really cool game.
Bianca and I rate this game a 4 stars!
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