Choice of the Cat

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About this game

Knock things over. Take a nap. Enslave humanity. Power, fame, and catnip are yours for the licking!

"Choice of the Cat" is a hilarious 600,000-word interactive novel by Jordan Reyne, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based, without graphics or sound effects, and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination.

It's the biggest text-based cat simulator ever written; play it many times as different kinds of cat! As a rescue cat, looking for a family to love and obey you forever, you find yourself sharing a home with a family on the brink of divorce. You'll learn to manipulate your owners, their neighbors, and even their other pets to get what you want. (The humans think they're in charge! Aren't they cute?)

Show your new family the meaning of unconditional love, rule by fear alone, or play them against one another for your amusement. Become a YouTube sensation when videos of your lovable antics go viral, or meddle from behind the throne as your owner family begins to take over the government.

Who's an adorable, tyrannical kitty? YOU ARE. Will you sharpen your claws and mete out feline justice, or melt their hearts with purrs, meows, and cuddles?

• Play as male or female, or dispense with gender constructs
• Enjoy over half a million words covering cat lore, how to rule the planet, and what to do with a dead fish
• Save your owners' marriage with kindness, or rip them apart with your tiny little claws
• Delve deep into the psyche of man's second best friend, or become their first best friend, if Pete the dog lets you.
• Take revenge on those who cross you or your allies, or rescue the innocent using clever, quieter tricks
• Become a hero among cats, or pick on humans, and ruthlessly destroy a troubled marriage
• Enjoy luxurious carpets, curtains ripe for shredding, and belly rubs from your owners
• Shred and steal things, mark your territory stinkily, and cause fires
• Mess with vital political phone calls--or opt for clever calming tactics so your humans reach their goals
• Help your owner earn a recording contract from the music mogul next door, with the help of his cat
Updated on
Sep 10, 2023

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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, App activity and 2 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

349 reviews
A Google user
December 26, 2018
Absolutely amazing game! I've loved all of the Choices games, but this one is definitely my favourite! My only issue with the game is that near the end, after around 6 chapters, there's a lot less diversity in the kind of choices that you can make. I played the entire thing through the first time being both as neutral as possible between Claire and Andre, as well as being very affectionate, but after you get adopted most of the options are way less affectionate or they don't let you stay neutral.
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Ha Rade
June 22, 2023
I was a bit excited to play this seeing as I love cats & you get to play as one, it being 600 thousand words was a huge plus as well. Unfortunately less than a chapter in I find myself bored while reading & it difficult to concentrate on the story because of that. I would have loved to love this but sadly that's not the case. Maybe I'll revisit in the future for another try.
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A Google user
August 7, 2019
So, I read the first three chapters free, and I absolutely love it. But the price is a bit outrageous. 6.99 for a short story? That's always been my big peeve with these games. while I understand getting paid for hard work, but unless it's a 100 page novel, I find the price a bit outrageous for what you get out of it. I've bought plenty of these games that were cheaper and gave me more for my money. I also feel you would make a decent amount of money purely from advertisements, why not free?
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