• Publisher: Big Pixel Studios
  • Genre: Arcade
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 71.7 MB
  • Version: 1.2.1
  • Price: $2.99
  • Average User Rating:
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App description: Set in modern-day Tokyo, a giant Happy Cat has travelled back in time from the year 2336 AD, where everything is just too happy, to bring happiness and destruction to the citys inhabitants!

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WIN YOUR WAY TO THE TOP
An all new style of dual-stick shooter, Meow Meow Happy Fight puts you up against a series of contestants to battle it out in the dazzling neon settings of Tokyo. With a massive 30 action-packed levels, 20 characters to unlock, 15 super power-ups and, of course, 1 giant Happy Cat, this game really takes the dual-stick shooter to the next level!

POWER-UPS GALORE
As you progress through epic battles you will unlock some awesome power-ups which need to be mastered in order to succeed. Just being quick with your thumbs will not be enough, tactics and quick thinking will be put to the test!

A WEALTH OF CHARACTERS
No less than 20 highly individual characters, each with their own skills and traits can be unlocked. Using Happy Points earned during the game, you can choose which characters to spend points on to unlock and master.

FEATURES
3 unique game modes - Arcade, Happy, and Custom
30 action-packed levels
15 power-ups (including Quad Damage, Invisibility, Super Speed, special weapons and more)
20 different characters to choose from
Auto-sync characters unlocked in the iPhone/iPod version
Easy to follow tutorial to get you started
OpenFeint integration for high scores, achievements and more
Game progress is auto-saved as you play
High quality audio tracks and sound effects
iPod music library access
Classic dual-stick controls plus Auto-Aim option for beginners

NOTE TO USERS
If you are finding the game too difficult to begin with, please try turning on AUTO-AIM mode in the Options menu. Also dont forget you can upgrade to more powerful characters by spending the Happy Points youve earned in battles.

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10-08-2010, 01:34 PM
#11
It's a cool game I like the auto aim option. I wonder why its title doesn't quote it as the sale it is.

Not doing it penalize dev doing a fair choice with a sale at release instead of releasing at higher price, let few extreme fan rush on the game and some hours after make the sale release.
10-08-2010, 01:57 PM
#12
I loved the iphone version so this was a nobrainer.

10-08-2010, 03:54 PM
#13
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Originally Posted by starmonkey101 View Post
i loved the iphone version so this was a nobrainer.
1+
10-09-2010, 08:38 AM
#14
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: 川崎、日本
Posts: 405
bought it as well
10-09-2010, 09:32 AM
#15
This game is too fun! Really love the overall theme and character designs.

At first, it was a bit difficult, need to get used to the control, and the starting characters are not powerful enough, so you may keep losing. But you just have to endure and keep on playing, by using a little bit of strategy and some luck, you will earn points and slowly accumulate enough to buy more powerful characters.

I recommend buying the custom character and slowly upgrade the power. Once you reached maximum for all powers (6 bars each for fire power, speed and armor), you will be invincible (well, almost) and find yourself breezing through the remaining levels!

I already completed Arcade mode and at level 10 for Happy mode. Even if you completed all levels, you can still go back and try to unlock achievements. For me, I will replay to earn more points to buy the remaining characters. Can't wait to play as the Magazine.

The only problem I face is the game frequently quit to the iPad home screen, usually after I finished a level, just before I select the next level, but never, luckily, during a game. Even if it suddenly quits, the points you earned before are saved, so nothing is lost. Hope this will be fix in the next update.
10-09-2010, 11:11 AM
#16
Hi AirGear

Thanks for the comments, and if you have time a nice review on the App Store would be a great help

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Originally Posted by AirGear View Post

The only problem I face is the game frequently quit to the iPad home screen, usually after I finished a level, just before I select the next level, but never, luckily, during a game. Even if it suddenly quits, the points you earned before are saved, so nothing is lost. Hope this will be fix in the next update.
Regarding the quit to home screen you have experienced, it is likely running out of memory (the game uses a LOT of textures for the graphics which even pushes the iPad to the limit). We thought we'd got it down to a level where it was safe, but it might still be very close to the edge. Could you let me know what version of iOS you are running?

EDIT: Also, it can be a good idea to reboot your device every so often, especially before playing a game which pushes the device graphically. I know a lot of people very rarely reboot iPads, they just put them to sleep and wake back up again.

Thanks

Last edited by Big Pixel; 10-09-2010 at 11:22 AM.
10-13-2010, 06:52 AM
#17
I love this game, I can write a review later on my local iTunes Store where I bought this game, but can't on the US store.

I'm running iOS 3.2.2 on a non-jailbreak iPad. It's not really a deal-breaking issue, quite a number of apps crash all the time. Like I said, it doesn't quit in the middle of a game is fine for me.

I do restart my iPad frequently. But I didn't immediately reboot the last time after the frequent quits, so it may help. We all know that Apple doesn't ship enough RAM for the iPad. I guess we just have to deal with the not-enough-memory issue.

Anyway, will look forward to new updates (I hope there are) and more games from Big Pixel. Thanks.
10-15-2010, 03:16 AM
#18
Meow Meow HD is featured in New & Noteworty in the US store this week

If any of the TA Meow Meow Fans are enjoying the game, but haven't left an App Store review yet, now would be a great time to do it

Thanks
10-15-2010, 09:33 AM
#19
It's an interesting game - It's addictive even though I really can't get used to the controls yet.

The auto aim I've just found out how to use definitely helps a lot. Art is very crisp and the colour pallet is good.

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11-20-2010, 04:58 PM
#20
What's New in Version 1.2.1
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• Multitasking support for iOS 4.2
• Game Center support for iOS 4.2
• Memory usage optimised

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