‘Piffle’ Review – Flying Kitty Cat Fun From Two Familiar Developers

By Lindsay Mayhew

It’s a cat quest of an entirely new variety in Piffle (Free), full of ball-bouncing goodness, robots, and cat onesies. It begins with a short scene where you and your best pal – wearing matching cat and dog onesies – but you cannot meet for coffee as a robot appears and drag them off. It’s up to you to break blocks, defeat the evil Doc Block (I see that Spider-Man nod!), and save your dog-eared buddy.

Piffle is created by Hipster Whale and Mighty Games, two developers that have made some great mobile games to date. Hipster Whale brought Frogger into the 21st century with Crossy Road, and made the equally addictive Disney version of the game. Mighty Games is the team behind Shooty Skies and Questy Quest. Piffle is free-to-play with in-app purchases available for coins and items. Ads will be shown periodically; any in-app purchase will disable them altogether.

If you’ve played any form of brick breaker in the past, the gameplay of Piffle will be instantly familiar to you. You don’t need to catch Piffles as you would the ball in a traditional brick breaker; instead, your character jumps to where the first one …read more

Source:: Touch Arcade

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