orb3000 · Aug 4, 2010 at 06:00 am

Hit the Kitty for WM

Another funny game for those of you who let your kids play with your expensive toys, or if you simply are an 80´s child – is presented by XDA member savrix85.
The game features two modes (Arcade and Time Attack), where you have to hit down the kitties when showing on the window to advance to the next levels of the game. You can set on easy, medium, or hard as well as adjusting the duration in seconds.
The game can be found in Italian and English and will work on multiple resolutions and Windows Mobile 5 and up. Our dear friend and XDA member The0ne published a video here.

Originally posted by savrix85
[GAME][02 Aug 2010] Hit the Kitty 1.12 – All resolutions

Hit the Kitty is a simple game for Windows Mobile.

New version 1.12 is out!

Are you sick and tired yet of seeing Hello Kitty more or less everywhere? This game will give you the chance of venting some of that frustration – try and hit the kitties popping out of the windows!

It requires .NET CF 3.5 and works on
WQVGA (tested)
QVGA (tested)
WVGA (tested)
VGA

You can get more information in the game thread.


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