Nah-Meen Studios LLC recently released their debut game Meowch to the Android Market, bringing dynamic, cat-throwing fun to users everywhere.

The game follows the story of three stray cats, who are trying to find their way from the tops of various buildings to the ground, while simultaneously evading the grip of crazy cat ladies and animal control vans. On the way down, players will face off against power lines, bouncy awnings, and satellite dishes while trying to grab "Missing Cat" posters in a familiar "collect three stars" level system.

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For those who aren't ready to commit to the $1.99 price tag Meowch carries, Nah-Meen offers a free version which constantly prods the user to upgrade. Given the amount of fun offered by the wholesome practice of flinging cartoon cats down the sides of buildings, however, I think Meowch is well-worth its price.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • Sam

    Reminds me of old school DOS game 'Alley Cat' :) ... Good old days.

    • http://twitter.com/#!/dextersgenius Shiv

      OMG that's exactly the first thing that came in my mind when I saw article! I love Alley Cat, infact that's one of the main reasons why I'd like a phone with a hardware keyboard (that, and Dangerous Dave. I still have to beat that game, been trying since the past 20 years with no luck.. :( )