Super Kitty puts players in control of an adventurous cat with a blazing red cape who is on a mission to save a princess. His task is not easy though, as he must avoid the enemies' clutches in an almost equally cruel platformer environment. Super Kitty is compatible with iOS devices running iOS 7.0 or later.
Players find that most of the Super Kitty is an adventure in trial and error where they have to memorize crucial steps to successfully get past each section. The best advice anyone can give to someone about to play Super Kitty is prepare to die quite a lot. There doesn't seem to be any other way around that trial and error feature as most of the time the game is full of tricks and traps.
For instance, during the first few moments of Super Kitty, players are introduced to the idea that they can smash bricks by jumping up from below them which opens up a pathway for them to continue on. However, the next time players see a bunch of bricks and do the same thing, they have to quickly dodge out of the way or they will be crush by that same stack of bricks. This deception is interesting and really keeps players on their toes.
The art style of Super Kitty seems to draw some inspiration from Super Mario. This is seen in some of the assets like the bricks and golden boxes. The bright colors in Super Kitty give an inspiring and happy feel to the gameplay which can sometimes be downright cruel.
There are a couple of annoyances in Super Kitty, the first is a full screen ad that pops up occasionally. The second is an oddity in which enemies are not affected when hole appears on the ground. This is confusing for players as the enemies should fall down when they go over the hole.
Super Kitty is free on the App Store. It's recommended for people who like ridiculously hard but dastardly clever challenges. However, it's not recommended for those who don't like repetitive actions.