Kittens Game is a village simulation text game. You manage a village of kittens as they acquire resources and unlock new technologies.
This is an old school game and a product of many years of love and hard labor. It does not have any ads or micro-transactions.
* Game engine updated to v 126.96.36.199c
* Localization and stability fixes
* Improved support for iPhoneX/iPad Pro
* Fixed various UI and layout issues
* Added Polish translation
Ratings and Reviews
Makes Cookie Clicker Feel Like a One-Trick Pony
I have been playing this game for the last couple of weeks in the background, and it's time for me to admit it—I am seriously hooked! This game has some serious depth to it. Like Cookie Clicker, but with actual strategy elements. And unlike most clicker games, you slowly unlock new game elements through multiple playthroughs.
The game never hits that point in most clicker offshoots where your progression goes from sluggish to laughably, exponentially fast. I think that aspect makes the progression feel more even, and gives the game staying power.
I much prefer the iPad app over the browser game, since I can take it on the go and have kind of a wimpy computer that gets sluggish when I keep it running constantly. The iPad app is attractive and has worked flawlessly for me.
If you read up on the game online, you'll quickly find people who have been playing regularly for several years. The value I've gotten out of this game so far is ridiculous. Absolutely buy it right now!
First Idle Game
It’s okay I guess. I’ve never played an idle game before. At first, getting alerted when something was ready was fun and exciting. Now it just seems boring. That’s not the game’s fault though — and if you like idle clickers, this is clearly the queen. There’s a lot to unlock, it seems. The descriptions of each upgrade makes me smile too. Very clever. I don’t mind spending the $2.
But if you want something similar to A Dark Room, this isn’t it. If you want something with a fair bit of micromanaging, this isn’t it. If you want something where you’re actually doing something, this isn’t it. Some people say this has a little more to do than most idle games. It doesn’t have much to do, though. After about an hour you have to wait for stuff to automatically get researched and whatnot. You don’t get to do anything.
I still like it. It’s just not my favorite game. And I’ll still play something I paid for. I haven’t found any bugs either, so in that department, it’s a clear five stars.
Who knows, maybe I’ll change my mind after a few more hours. I’ve barely touched the surface it seems.
I would give this game 6 stars if I could. I’m blown away by the depth of this game. It starts off simply enough but you just keep unlocking more and more things that keep the game fresh and intriguing. It’s got a ton of depth and really is much more strategic than any other idle game I’ve ever played. It puts every other idle game to shame, really.
I’ve been playing this for weeks now, and have only reset once just to see what bonus I might get. The depth here is astounding and I will probably been playing it for weeks and months to come.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.