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Friday, 17 December 2010 12:57

iPad gets a game for cats

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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And the animals rejoiced
Many a cat around the planet will be rejoicing upon hearing the news of the revolutionary new game for iPad dubbed “Game for Cats”.

The game “mechanics” is pretty simple – a ball bounces around the screen providing endless fun to your feline pet. Furthermore, it has been pointed out that the tedious activity of using lasers to drive your cat into the wall will no longer need to be employed. After all, technology is supposed to make our lives easier.

So, if you love your cat, be a cool cat and buy it an iPad. Feline representative was unavailable for comment because something was bouncing around. (Also, they were strung out on catnip. sub.ed.)

More here.
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