This is a cat-themed path making puzzle game. Move the cat to the paw prints to collect them. Clear the level by picking up all the paw prints before the cats run out of moves.
White cats can move horizontally and vertically. Red cats can move diagonally.
Watch your step! Cats can only move when there’s a paw print.
Play through 35 challenging levels.
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Moving Boxes Cat Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
With a limited number of moves, guide the cats to collect all the paw prints on the puzzle.
Starting the Game
On the welcome screen, select Play to begin.
Select Instructions to learn how to play the game.
Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
With your mouse, left click and drag the cat to move it from one paw print to another.
Tap and swipe on the cat onscreen with your fingers to move them from one paw print to another.
Levels are unlocked in sequence:
Finishing a level automatically loads the next one.
You can replay any level you’ve already unlocked.
You can choose which level you want to play on the level selection screen.
There are 35 levels in this game.
Move the cat around the grid and collect the paw prints.
Cats can only move through the tiles with paw print.
If a paw print has a number (or a tile has multiple paw prints), the cat can cross that paw print a set number of times.
Collect all the white paw prints on the map to win early stages.
In later stages there is a giant paw print on some of them.
Stepping on the giant paw print uses all the remaining steps for that cat.
You can beat stages with a giant paw print even if there are some other paw prints left on the stage, provided all the cats had their move counts used or stepped on big paw prints.
White cats vs red cats
White cats move vertically or horizontally.
Red cats move diagonally in any direction.
Cats can only move onto squares which have a white or black paw print, or a switching tile.
Once you get up to level 19 the game introduces a switcher tile, which switches the cat type between white and red.
Each switcher can only be used once, then it disappears.
Switchers work in both directions (from white to red, or red to white).
You can beat some levels with switchers on them without using the switcher. Level 24 is an example of where the switcher need not be used.
Special paw prints
Black paw prints are introduced on level 13. Black paw prints do not count against your move total and do not disappear.
Giant white paw prints first appear on level 26. They use up all of your remaining credits for any cat that steps on them. On levels with a giant paw print you can leave other white paw prints on the board and still beat the level. The limiting factor is the cats rather than the remaining paw prints.
There can be more than one cat on each stage.
The cats must move in a specific pattern to collect all of the white paw prints.
Each cat has a limited number of moves.
This is shown as a number on the bottom right of the cat.
Each time a cat passes by a white paw print, it loses a number.
When a cat runs out of moves, it disappears.
Make sure to collect all the paw prints before all the cats onscreen run out of moves. On later levels with a giant paw print you can have paw prints remaining and still beat the level so long as all the cats are fully used.
If some nodes are only available via a diagonal move you know you’ll need to access them with a red cat.
Try to work on the paw prints with many prints on them early so you have a more even playing field to move around and are not stuck trying to work down a big number of steps without adjacent tiles to step on.
Some cats have a particular direction they must move off the start to start the level. Make the required moves first so that you limit the play options & chances for failure throughout the rest of the level.
If you have a white cat that you are switching to a red cat it is often a good idea to step many times while white first so as to use up many step credits before you are limited to only making diagonal moves.
If you make a mistake restart the level and try again.
The game is suited for players who like logic puzzles, path making games, or the mighty feline.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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