Felines are one of the most commonly talked about animals on the internet. Millions of people share images of cats each week, and internet memes often feature them. It should, therefore, come as no surprise that smartphone and PC games also regularly focus on cats.

Smartphone Games

Cat Game – The Cats Collector!

In this humorous title, players are tasked with collecting a range of adorable characters. They can be found by exploring a colourful and imaginative map. Once this is completed, a tower needs to be built for them all to live in.

The Battle Cats

Players control their very own cat army in silly battles against strange-looking enemies. It is appropriate for all ages and offers hours of fun thanks to a progressive levelling system. As more XP is gained, players get access to new cat types and treasures.

CatHotel – Hotel For Cute Cats

This game allows users to live out their dream of running their own cattery. Caring for, feeding and playing with kittens are key playing elements. The aim is to get the cat hotel up to 5-star status.

PC Games

Cat Quest

Developed by the Gentlebros team, Cat Quest features role-playing and action elements. The story takes place in a magical realm called Felingard, which is full of anthropomorphic cats. Players control one of these creatures who goes on an epic quest.

Alley Cat

Alley Cat was released in 1983 for the Atari. Its pioneering 8-bit gameplay involves moving a cat through different environments. When the cat enters a window, they need to complete a variety of challenges such as catching mice and sneaking past dogs.

The Sims 3: Pets

This add-on to the original Sims 3 game features new pets such as cats. Players can either adopt felines or create them from scratch. These animals then roam through the map and can be trained.