About Mushroom Cats
Developed by Anatoliy Loginovskikh, Mushroom Cats is a free-to-play casual point-and-click indie video game, available for the Microsoft Windows operating system. With its straightforward, repetitive gameplay and cute animations, it’s a good game for young children just learning to use a computer. Adults and older kids who enjoy this kind of video game will have a few minutes of fun with it, too. Its simplicity creates a mindless game that players can enjoy without thinking too much.
Mushroom Cats Features
The eponymous “Mushroom Cats” are 22 cats that live on a giant mushroom. The player must find the little pointy hats that are (somewhat) hidden on the screen and place one on each cat. Just click on a hat, and then click on a cat. Each time you succeed at this task, you get a friendly meow as a reward. There’s no timer, so you may take as long as you need.
Both the cats and the hats always appear in the same places which can challenge players’ memory. The game’s cartoony visuals are undeniably adorable. They feature cute kitties engaged in various activities, such as sleeping, reading, playing instruments and even riding a rocket across the screen. Pleasant sounds fit the game’s style and add a touch more cuteness to the already-adorable video game.
Mushroom Cats is available for free and takes mere seconds to download and install. This is another feature that makes it a good choice for parents looking to give kids something to do quickly, or to play themselves. The game comes with 24 achievements, 23 of which involve putting hats on the cats. The last one relates to a little Easter egg that might take you a couple more minutes to find. All in all, it will probably take less than ten minutes to earn all of the achievements, so you can play the game quickly if you desire. You can play the game as fast or slow as you’d like, while admiring the cute kitties throughout.
Mushroom Cats is full of very nice artwork and cartoons that match the playful mood of the game. Loginovskikh has developed a number of other free or inexpensive video games, most of which are a bit more complex than Mushroom Cats. If you enjoy the visual style and casual point-and-click gameplay but are looking for a somewhat tougher task, you may wish to check those games out as well. Play Mushroom Cats now to see some puuurrrfectly cute cats in hats!