Kittens killing robots! That’s right, PETA is using the Kitten Squad to help fight robotic animal abusers.
FIGHT ANIMAL ABUSE
Sadistic robots have enslaved orcas at SeaLand Marine Park. The circus Ring Master is trying to beat baby elephants. The evil Sheep Puncher has kidnapped sheep for the twisted wool industry. Only PETA’s Kitten Squad is up to the task of saving these gentle animals!
USE CRAZY WEAPONS
Players must guide the Kitten Squad, armed with weaponry ranging from carrot rocket launchers to yarn ball guns, on missions to defeat the evil robots and free the animals.
DRESS YOUR KITTEN
Throw on some shades or maybe a crown. Grab a PETA shirt or hat. Play as your family cat.
DISCOVER ANIMAL RIGHTS
Beautifully designed animated cut scenes introduce the stories of the animals you must rescue.
Download Kitten Squad by PETA now to start learning how to help animals!
Want to save more animals? Download the PETA app and start signing petitions on the go.
This update is signed with Apple’s latest signing certificate. No new features are included.
Ratings and Reviews
Hard to play, needs multiplayer players
I wish there are more controller options. I wish you could continue where you left off. I wish you could play multi players on the same network. I wish would buy this game (0.99¢) with those options
I downloaded this just to say this
Do NOT support PETA. Literally look up any article on why they’re bad. This is literally from the first article on google:
In 2011, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) behaved in a regrettably consistent manner: it euthanized the overwhelming majority (PDF) of dogs and cats that it accepted into its shelters. Out of 760 dogs impounded, they killed 713, arranged for 19 to be adopted, and farmed out 36 to other shelters (not necessarily "no kill" ones). As for cats, they impounded 1,211, euthanized 1,198, transferred eight, and found homes for a grand total of five. PETA also took in 58 other companion animals -- including rabbits. It killed 54 of them.
It changed my font down here. I don’t know why. Regardless they still do this to this day. They don’t help animals. They kill them. They’re a horrible “charity.” Take my advice and look into them before you jump on the support bandwagon. Look into any charity you donate to. Find out where the money is going because a lot of the big name charities are pocketing most of it. I don’t honestly know where they’re putting their money but by the amount of animals they kill daily I doubt it goes to help them.
Decent, but not ideal
This game is actually pretty good. This is surprising, because PETA has a rather skewed reputation for games (by that, I mean they are trying WAY to hard to push what I think is a bad message). But I will put my bias’s away for now. Overall, the game is pretty fun, being a kind of hybrid of a run ‘n’ gun and RPG. But I also have 2 problems with the game. First off, some parts of the game seems unpolished, for example, the animation, for PETA’s budget, seem more like they used a GIF creator to make. It is just images moving, only changing the visuals in between scenes. Also, there is a small glitch whereas if you get cornered, you cannot attack, leaving you to die there. My other issue is PETA is clearly trying to push a message, but at this point, that is to be expected. Overall, the game is somewhat fun, but is unpolished and clearly pushing a message and shoving it down your throat. Overall, much better games are on the market. Do not recommend. 2 Stars out of 5.
- People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Inc.
- 352.7 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © peta
- In-App Purchases
- 50,000 Kitten Coins $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.