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Fling a ball of yarn across the floor and use trains, slippers, fans, and other tools to make sure the ball reaches the slumbering kitten. Manipulate pipes and use UFO toys to play with gravity in this cute and adorable physics puzzler.

From hall to kitchen, playroom to storeroom, explore every nook and cranny of Grandma’s house with over 60 puzzles to complete and try to earn all 180 stars. Even more levels coming soon.

Cute, cuddly, and full of charm, Wake the Cat is fun for the whole family with easy to understand gameplay, well-paced puzzles, and impressive 3D visuals.

Game Features:
• 60 levels of puzzles with new levels on the way
• Simple touch controls – aim the yarn, tap to control objects
• Cute and adorable 3D visuals and music
• Fun for all ages
• UNIVERSAL: Works on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
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