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Point Software Catz 4

Point Software Catz 4
alaScore 71

10 reviews

Oct, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Point Software Catz 4 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

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Windows 95/98 Required

 

*****The following is an updated review*****

Fun for all ages on the right operating system

Does not work with Windows 2000

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Catz4: They are just so darn cute!

 

Catz 4 is not an educational or mind-blowing game that will change the face of entertainment as we know it. What it IS, is a cute little desktop pet to keep you busy when you?re bored. I found a rather creative (And sneaky) way to use this product, see...

interactive, easy to learn, fun to use, lots of features

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Who let the Catz out?

 

This is one of the most interesting games I have ever played. I have a real cat at home and of course I was thrilled when I saw that there was no messy litter box cleaning. Catz 4 is even a bit educational for younger children. It shows how one must...

Graphics, simple to learn, game is addicting

can become aggravating

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Better Then The Tamagotchi I Loved

 

Let me think....... It all started Xmas of 1998. I loved my Tamagotchi. But there was one problem- The Tamagotchi was on 24/7. It would die all the time because of school. They don't allow electronics except for the last day of school because of...

breeding, when the programs not on your catz aren't affected, your cats can play

Hhhhhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmm

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a livin cat who wants only love. IN A BOX!!!

 

Haven't all cat owners wished for a more cooperative pet? Now you can adopt a "Catz" and have the affectionate, responsive playmate you've always wanted--living in your computer! This remarkable virtual pet will be your companion for life, with proper...

play with dogz if you buy dogz 4

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A Blast! And Cute to Boot

 

I've never heard of Catz or any of the other releases by the company that makes this game, until I was first intriduced to the latest release, Catz 4.

realistic cats, fun for all ages, easy to use, very interactive, many different choices

may get dull after so long

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Not just for kids

 

I recently purchased the Catz 4 made by Mindscape Entertainment. It's a computer game/screensaver featuring pet cyber cats. A few years ago I had the the first edition of Catz which was fine. However, this latest version has so much more to offer than...

many play options, easy to learn

there could be a little detail on the catz themselves

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MEOW! MEOW!

 

Mindscape Entertainment has created a great computer toy. It is a wonderful addition to our computer. Catz 4.

Loads of Fun, lots of things to do, Many choices

takes a lot of hard drive. Sometimes it messes with other programs

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And You Don't Have to Change The Litterbox!

 

When I told my friends I'd bought Catz 4 they all groaned--after all, I have four living, breathing cats of my very own to take care of (not to mention ferrets, rats, and a bunny) and no one was sure what I needed a virtual pet for. I've been a big fan...

easy, fun, cute, and no litterbox

nothing like having a warm furry cat in your lap, though

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So Cute, It's Addictive

 

This precious piece of software isn't really a game - it's a desktop pet. Or three. If you have ever played with the older version of Catz, you're in for a real treat with this pumped-up version of the desktop treasure.

adorable, wonderful graphics, great way to teach kids how to care for an animal

amazingly addictive. You'll have to pry yourself away

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