Cat Bird‪!‬ 9+

A journey across worlds

Raiyumi Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 1.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



A cute-tastic journey across worlds.

Help Cat Bird on his challenging platform adventure on an epic quest to get back home.

Venture through unique worlds hovering across pits, traps, enemies, and saw blades. Beware of the mighty guardians that block your path.

Join the journey and open your inner meow!

+ More than 40 challenging levels.
+ 3 Epic bosses to challenge.
+ Stylish and stunning pixel art graphics.
+ Achievements and Leaderboards to compete with others.
+ Test your skills in Time Trial mode.
+ Beautiful Soundtrack
+ Show off your abilities with ReplayKit(iOS 9+)

What’s New

Version 2.3

Fix iOS 15 crash bug.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.4K Ratings

1.4K Ratings

Dreamcatcher Leader ,

Very reminiscent of the tail-end 2000's - Very heartwarming of its style.

Now, this may seem hyperbole when you even consider this review's comparison with the average one on this game, but I'm honestly surprised that basically no one has even taken note that this very strikingly resembles content you would've expected in the tail end of the 2000's - I mean, this has aesthetics that look like they came from this game in 2007 or some year like that!

Now, as great as this game is, this title fails to merit a 5 star review, simply because there are unfortunately some areas where the game remains unpolished, as if Cat Bird would be taking an aerodynamic risk with these rough wings of his if not even buffed-up yet. For one, the collision detection is below-par even when compared to other professional game titles out there like this one on the App Store: Tight-space navigation can be stingy at times, and often is, and numerous deaths of mine in the game out of the very many overall were blamed on touchy collision when dealing with closely-placed together spikes, and this in fact actually ties in with the next flaw, Fryer grease-slippery controls: Now, they're not annoying to deal with in any way, and certainly not prohibitively frustrating, but it has led to questionably unfair deaths, and have caused *some* problems with navigating the levels in general otherwise.

ThatDudeNolan ,

It’s mediocre

I must admit, the game does have good animations and music, but there are some flaws I would like to point out. I noticed a couple of things that really made the game less enjoyable. I understand that as a dev who makes free games, that you need to put in ads to get some revenue. However, for the people that don’t buy the ad free version, they should still be able to speed run using the time trial mode. But quite often you are stopped by ads and have to wait ten seconds. The time keeps going in the background and it causes a ton of time loss. Secondly, the controls are good, but often wouldn’t work. This is not a problem with the device seeing as I have played the game on separate devices and still have the same issue. It doesn’t happen super often but sometimes it will cause me to die because it didn’t jump. Now I am aware that sometimes this is human error, but sometimes the buttons will completely shut down. Specially the jump button. I will go to jump and it won’t, and no matter how many times I press it, it does nothing. Lastly, I would like to make it known that after some ads, the sound will completely shut off and I have to restart the game. I really do feel like the devs have a good idea, and I think the game could be big for mobile speed running, and I believe that if these things are fixed, the game will be perfect.

Mobilegamehoarder786 ,

Great game but ADS OH GOD

This game is cute. I like the style. I like the levels. It’s surprisingly hard, but manageable if you keep trying. I like the secret characters, the gimmicks, etc. The game itself is great, but the ads have—many times—interrupted me in the middle of gameplay. Kind of a problem when I’m trying to get the “Master of [World]” achievement—which requires 5 deaths or less—and every single time an ad finishes rolling I have a new death on my counter. I don’t know if that’s because I somehow am always hovering over a pit when the ad starts or because the game just counts an ad as a death, but it’s incredibly frustrating to have no control over many of my deaths. Plus, the time trial COUNTS ADS TOWARDS YOUR TIME. Imagine if a speed runner had to rely on ad length RNG just because they couldn’t afford to remove ads. That’s ridiculous.

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