Cute Cat Noir is the latest release of a very successful video game franchise. The developers at Freekick Games have managed to keep the basic concepts that made Cute Cat Noir so popular in to an entirely new game format. This means that instead of hunting cats you instead have to protect the city from the evil clutches of Mr. X.
One of the most distinguishing features of Noir is the story line. It takes place in anropolis called New Gotham. The story begins with the apparently senseless death of the boss of the Yakuza organization, which was one of the more believable elements of the original game. From there we are told that the city has fallen into disarray due to the crimes committed by the Yakuza.
The game is set up in an almostchoic fashion. You see, around the edges of every city in the world there are islands. Gotham on one of those islands is being torn apart by a gang of ruthless terrorists. You help bring order back to Gotham City as you complete missions and go up against the bad guys.
One thing that really makes the game unique is the level of story telling. Rather than using a cut scene dialogue you get to listen to a non-stop spiel from your hero as he goes after the bad guys. For example, when you are driving your car you can hear your cat saying “My stomach! My stomach!
I've been a huge fan of Noir games since the first game in the series. In fact, I just recently played the second game in the series. I have to say that it doesn't look that old. While the animation hasn't aged that much, I can sense that the creators of this game haven't spent a lot of time recreating the classic visuals that made the original versions so popular in the first place. However, the rest of the game looks and sounds great.
The storyline in Noir is simple but not simplistic. There are some slow periods where you are trying to complete your mission before your enemies do, but the pace picks up during later parts when things pick up quite a bit. I especially like how each level is completed using a combination of jumping puzzles, puzzle solving, and gun shooting. You never feel as though you are underpowered, despite the occasional enemy appearing who may be a few levels or a couple of minutes in age. The entire game is quite tense and entertaining.
Cats' n' Hounds has a few secrets for you to uncover as you play through the game. These include finding a briefcase containing information on the history of the city of Gotham and a cache of data on a mysterious man. While it would have been nice to find more content, I won't spoil the surprise if you happen to like the surprises. The game definitely benefits from having the occasional surprise or two. It helps build the anticipation for each new stage of the game.
Overall, Noir is a fairly enjoyable game with a charming story and cute graphics. I do recommend giving the game a go even if you've played it before. You never know, it might become your favorite game. And if you happen to fall in love with this game, there is a chance that you may want to stick around to see what else is available by Frogdice.
For those familiar with hidden object style games, you will be happy to know that this game has all of the hallmarks of being a great example of this genre. Puzzles are hidden throughout the course of . . . . . . the game, and the overall challenge is in finding these objects and solving the riddles associated with them. There are many hidden object scenes as well, which means that not only will you have to find all of the objects listed in each scene, but you'll also have to locate the riddles within these scenes as well. This adds an additional level of concentration and makes the game all the more enjoyable.
Although I usually prefer puzzle games, I found that I got carried away and became drawn into the adventure aspect of the game quite quickly. I especially loved the cute cat picturesque cut scenes at the beginning and throughout the game. The sounds of the cats meowing and the scenery added a nice touch as well. The game also contains many levels where you must save the cute cat from a variety of enemies. The graphics for these levels were a little rough around the edges, but I just brushed it off and kept playing, hoping that they would get better.
Cute Cat Noir also included two very nice mini-games within its course. The first game is a time management game in which you have to save the cute cat from a variety of traps. The second is a cute little puzzle where you have to find all of the different colored beads in a certain location by matching them in the correct sequence. Both of these games were quite fun, although they were a little bit short. Overall, this is a really fun game that any age group could enjoy.
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