A Stack of Cats
puzzle / games
Commended by TharaApples on 3/8/2021 1:45:16 AM
, #11 for
Played 2,269 times (finished 168)
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Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 10. If this were a movie, it would probably be between G and PG.
Based Off A True Story
You are a man on a mission. The cats, they must be stacked.
A puzzling math and logic game I made just to put some of the scripting practice I've been doing to use. Have fun and please let me know if you encounter any bugs.
Should be solvable by middle schoolers, or those with same basic level of intelligence as a middle schooler.
Overall, a logical game with an illogical story.
The wording in the wire puzzle can be a little confusing, but I was able to get past it by working the problem out on paper. It's very clear when the wires aren't in the right order, so that helps when you aren't sure where the red and violet wires go.
I was surprised at how easy I found the catnip oil puzzle to be. Usually, I'm not that good at those kind of puzzles and ended up doing the math to make sure there wasn't a bug.
With the riddles, I took the time to figure the answers out and it was nice to get an explanation as to why the answer is correct. The first two, I didn't realize the answer could be found as quickly as they could. I found the answer to the third riddle by accident. I thought the answer was in the riddle and didn't know the reason for why it was correct. The answer wouldn't have been as easy to find if Mittens had stayed a day less or more.
Defeating the doggo can be done anyway you want as long as the points add up to 71. But I'm lazy, so I did more math and figured out how to win with the least amount of clicking.
I don't have much to say about actually stacking the cats. How many cats you get of each type is random and it's best to get all 36 cats before you start stacking them. Personally, this was one of the easier puzzles.
Not so much enlightening as it is encattening. Although I don't understand why the Emeowsary had to eat and impersonate Snowblob.
on 7/10/2021 1:18:26 AM with a score of 36
A pawsome story by undercase m mizal! Unlike other games that I have experienced before in the "puzzle" genre on this site, this one stands heads and tails, claws, and fur above the rest. I mean, it has cats! There's so many cats and even one that has a intermediate and budding love for felines such as myself, well I felt that love grow.
Unlike some other games I played, trying to simply use the back button and brute force a solution essentially was something that was not possible with this game that mizal created. Some degree of knowledge in math, riddles, and general logic was a required necessity. Something like that was a gentle breeze and akin to a welcome breath of fresh air, as it made reaching the end after some trial and error that more exhilarating!
Meow-velous. This game is simply just that. It has humor, charm, it tests your brain to see if it is working in your noggin, and it is also so well made. I don't believe there ia any reason to not give this game a try and make an effort in reaching the conclusion, or simply failing at doing so. There's a degree of enjoyment in both, really.
Cats have been stacked, and my enjoyment had.
on 6/16/2019 11:49:39 PM with a score of 34
That was… well, that was something. I like logic puzzles, so I certainly liked this one (and actually worked through the puzzles without just clicking randomly until I found the answer). I wish I could explain exactly what I did, as I got the same issue uglick did with only stacking 32 cats. It showed me retrieving 36 and it didn’t show any cats left in any of the columns, so I’m not sure what happened to the other four cats. Was it because I pulled the handle to retrieve all the cats before I started doing any stacking? I don’t know.
It was fun, and silly in a demented sort of way, mostly. Actually, I’m thinking the author might need to see a shrink if these are the kind of ideas that are wandering about in that head of yours. But it was still fun and appeared to have some nice puzzles with the scripting that appeared to work well with different options (though I’m still not sure about that 32/36 calculation there). I could ask why I am forced to be a man in this story, but that, perhaps, is a question for another site.
I did get the best ending, but I’m not sure it was actually all that good. (Spoilers ahead, oh no!) After all, if Snowblob is that large, can you imagine what it’s going to be like to clean that litter box? I can, and I’m not pleased. Keep up the nice work!
on 5/30/2018 3:09:05 PM with a score of 34
This game mid+ skill issue+ ratio +yb better
— James the fourteenth on 10/7/2022 1:46:00 PM with a score of 0
— Henry on 10/7/2022 8:37:34 AM with a score of 0
— this was too hard on 10/6/2022 2:47:02 PM with a score of 0
Very fun, love the nanme "snowblob" funny ending
— Assyla on 10/6/2022 1:22:36 PM with a score of 34
— Hi on 10/6/2022 11:14:27 AM with a score of 0
this wires is impossible. DO NOT DO IT UNLESS YOU ARE GOD AT LOGIC!
— daniel brand on 10/6/2022 11:14:21 AM with a score of 0
— 45 on 10/6/2022 11:08:58 AM with a score of 0
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