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Draw physical grounds to lead Lazy Linda's shopping cart on a breakneck ride into the level exit.
Beware of angry animals and other obstacles that will get into your way - or cleverly use their qualities to speed up your trip!
Collect helpful items to power up cart and cow.
Discover 60 levels, packed with many different game elements and landscapes...
But watch out: You can only draw in the first screen of each level - so take a good aim to shoot the cow into the right place!
Win medals for great performances!
Features HD graphics on Retina Display devices.
Read about the reception of Cart Cow on the iPad:
"You have to get this game! It’s crazy, tons of fun, and a blast to play over and over again."
Pocket full of Megabytes Game of the week 2/15/2011(pocketfulofmb.com):
"It’s a simple concept that is deceptively addicting"
"Cart Cow HD is an easy and fascinating iPad game"
"It’s an absolutely hilarious game, that will have you chuckling all by your lonesome like some kind of lunatic. But who cares as long as you’re enjoying and having the time of your life – which you most certainly will.
(...) This is a must buy game at only $.99!"
Optimized and compatible to iOS 11 and iOS 12
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Fun n Frustration
It would be super exciting to know where your going and be able to pan out like in Angry Birds. It would great not to be surprised and run into a cactus. Sometimes the game cheats like flappy bird and is super-sensitive just to get over a dot or line that would normally be a non-obstacle concerning gravatational force.
Potential 5-star game.
Potential 5-star game. Needs a redo button after each level for those of us who obsess over a perfect run.
I want to like it...
But the game mechanics make it a bit frustrating! It's simply hard to draw precise lines with your finger on an iPhone. And the cow gets hung up on tiny bumps - especially the starting point - in the line.
Also the end point is often somewhere off the screen with no way to scroll or zoom out to see the whole puzzle - I feel like I'm missing something.
I think it's a cute game with lots of potential - but there's a "fine line" between challenging and frustrating ;-P
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.