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Description

Only one thing can protect you from legions of exploding cats: Vocabulary!

Kitty Letter is a head-to-head competitive word game where the best linguist wins. Unscramble words using your enchanted language vortex from the multiverse of infinite vocabularinities, collect power-ups from dysenteric deer, and stop your crazy cat-collecting neighbor from destroying your house!

KEY FEATURES:
- Play with strangers or with friends in 1v1 online games!
- Extensive single player campaign featuring an all-new story by The Oatmeal.
- No collecting cards, coins, or leveling up anything. Just play the game.
- Earn or buy completely powerless cosmetics if you really want!

What’s New

Version 1.06

Improved word list
Bug fixes and optimization

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
613 Ratings

613 Ratings

Jkz1qe ,

Good, but...

I love the Oatmeal (one of my cats looks just like this!), like simple little fun brain-teaser games, traditionally didn’t like word games but this one changed my mind about them somewhat. It’s a great little game for enjoying a little break between tasks or what have you, even after the excitement of the new game marathon obsession has worn off. My biggest problem with it, which I hope they fix with an updated version, is that once you’ve gone through all the levels, they’re unlocked to play at will... for a while. Then, they mysteriously all lock again and you have to start over from scratch with the full stories, etc. There are a few levels in the game for which I just don’t care that much, and having them unlocked was a nice way of playing the levels I liked and skipping the ones I didn’t. Now that my game has re-locked for a THIRD time, I just don’t see myself warring with futility again in the hope that once I unlock a level, it’s going to stay that way. :-/

Mad_Tailz1 ,

10/10 in humor, interest, and just being a good game in general.

Hello! I think Kitty Letter is a fun, addictive, and challenging game. I love it! For an example of it being challenging, I am stuck on Level 9 of the story mode😂 I promise, I think you’ll love it if you are reading this so you get an idea about the game, If you are I am going to explain more about the game.
Kitty Letter is a game by the creators of Exploding Kittens, a card game with humor, strategy, and is great to play with friends and family! Just like Exploding Kittens, Kitty Letter is a strategy game with the same great humor as the Exploding Kittens game, except instead of playing cards, you are playing letters to make words to make exploding kittens to demolish your neighbor ( In story mode.) But as in multiplayer mode, with friends. This game is absolutely free and is surprisingly fun for a letter game, and remember, “With great Kittens, comes great responsibility.” Thank you for reading my review, and have a good time sending exploding kittens to your neighbors front door! 🙂👍

Developer Response ,

Thank you for this review! We're so glad to hear you're enjoying Kitty Letter. - EK Support

kimbersdawnly ,

Cute?

The story mode is pretty goofy and far more entertaining than a basic tutorial. The added strategy for what word you play when is also interesting, giving a new dimension to this sort of word game, and enabling competition in a way that’s far more interesting than a straight up race. That said, the number of words that aren’t accepted is frustrating; I’ve only played through 6 or 7 rounds and I’m already finding myself tripping over thinking I have ammunition and the word simply not working. And on the flip side, sometimes the longer word is very modern and takes me by surprise (like things I still doubt are legitimate compound words, ex. soymilks? Really?)
So I like it for the concept and the art, but the dictionary really is the base of functionality for a game like this, and that needs work. (Please work on it????)

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