A pillow fort physics-based puzzle adventure involving cats, destruction and a dusty old manor.
Upon finding her grandfather’s journal in the attic, Nia is attacked by a barrage of feline assailants. It seems that her grandmother has become a crazy cat lady since last time she visited, so you will need to defend Nia by building a protective fort out of furniture to keep the cats at bay, while deciphering the mysterious tales hidden within the journal.
PHYSICS-BASED PILLOW FORT ACTION
Build your own custom pillow fort out of household items to protect you from an onslaught of feline assailants as they tumble and claw their way through. Just be careful that your carefully constructed walls don’t tumble down with them.
A CAT-ALOGUE OF ITEMS TO BUILD WITH
Build and layer your forts with pillows, grandfather clocks, toasters and more. There are over twenty items to discover, each with a unique property that will help you build the ultimate fortress of protection from the oncoming cat-aclysm.
UNRAVEL THE MYSTERY
Find out what brought so many cats to the attic, and what your grandfather was hiding in the pages of his journal. Something cat-astrophic could be afoot.
CATS, CATS, CATS!
Orange tabbies, majestic chinchillas, dreaded black cats, they are all invading the house and causing mischief. Check out their watermelon stack hats!
Fort Meow is compatible with iPad 3rd generation and above and requires iOS7.1 or above. We recommend an iPad 4th generation or above and iOS 8.3 or above for the best experience.
Fort Meow is developed by Upperclass Walrus and is proudly presented by Surprise Attack Games - Remarkable Games from Independent Creators
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Ratings and Reviews
This game is good and has a good plot but is still really short something that would be fun is an endless mode or something like that
I didn't beat it yet but I recommend it
have to be honest
its a short game that you can beat in at least a hour and a half but the story is good and decent and the only problem is that it costs too much instead of $3.99 it should at least be $.99 can i get the money back please
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.