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The game controls by flicking the cat to jump and touching beside him to walk. It's easy to leap up onto high shelves and push expensive objects down to shatter on the floor below. Larger objects are more difficult to push, but with a little bit of planning even something as large as a piano can be pushed down the stairs.

The house is huge and needs to be explored to find the most expensive items to destroy. You can destroy everything in the living room, bedroom, basement, garage, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, and attic.
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