Trash the House in Clumsy Cat

For Immediate Release

October 18, 2012 - (Vancouver, Canada) Indie developer Dingo Games released their latest project Clumsy Cat today. In this iOS game you control a mischievous cat wreaking havoc in his owners’ house. The cat's owners will only be gone for a few minutes, so you'll have to do as much damage as possible before they get back. How much destruction can one cat really do?

Control the cat by flicking him to jump and tapping the screen to walk. It's easy to leap up onto high shelves and push expensive objects to the floor below. Larger objects are more difficult to damage, 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 demolish everything in the living room, bedroom, basement, garage, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, and attic.

Game Center is supported so you'll be able to compete with friends and see who can cause the most damage.

Clumsy Cat is a universal app for iPhone and iPad. It is a free download with a single in-app purchase to unlock new types of cats and other creatures. The game supports all iOS screen types including the new iPhone 5 display and the iPad retina display. Clumsy Cat is available now on the App Store.

About Dingo Games

Dingo Games is an independent game developer located in Vancouver, Canada. Originally started by programmer James Sayer, Dingo Games became a husband and wife team when he married artist Kristin Wilson (now Kristin Sayer). Their previous titles include Laser Dolphin and the Tasty Planet series. Clumsy Cat is their first title built solely for iOS.



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