Cohoes, NY, August 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Cats, particularly indoor cats need to stimulate their senses in order to enjoy happy, healthy lives. With “Cat Games” for iPad cat parents can do just that and be entertained and be able to interact with their pet as well. Big Monk Games created "Cat Games" for iPad just for this reason. Animal lovers tend to spoil their pet and "Cat Games" is another excuse to spoil animal loved ones. Just $1.99 in the app store is the price of a cheap catnip toy with a much longer period of enjoyment. Fish, foil Balls, spiders, lasers, and mice include the objects cats interact with in "Cat Games for iPad. Big Monk Games plans on continuous updates which include new objects for cats to interact with. "Cat Games" testers included actual cats and were observed for attention levels.
“Cat Games” can be downloaded from the Apple App Store. Big Monk Games looks forward to seeing youTube videos of cats playing this interactive app.
“Cat Games” for iPad uses the iTorque 2D game engine from Garagegames. Garagegames is a middleware and content provider that developed Torque suite of engines. Available for nearly every platform and specialized separately for 3D and 2D games, Torque is the most licensed engine middleware in the games industry. The Torque community is now home to 150,000+ game developers and artists with additional licensees of more than 200 universities and schools for computer science and game design curricula.
Big Monk Games was founded in July 2009 in Cohoes, New York. Michael Cozzolino is founder and lead programmer/designer. Casual Games is the focus at Big Monk Games. Other products include TNT Penguin and Fortune Finder for iPhone and Skee Alley for Windows PC. Primary technology used is Torque Game Engines from Garagegames. Big Monk Games donates to local and national pet charities and plans to make arrangements with organizations to donate portions of the profits made on "Cat Games" for iPad.