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Armored Kitten: Cats vs. Zombies Review

The Basics

  • Name: Armored Kitten: Cats vs. Zombies
  • Developer: GameSpire Ltd.
  • Genre: Shooter, twin-stick shooter
  • Price: Free, with ads & IAPs

The Details

  • Installed size: 48 mb
  • Best played in short-medium sessions
  • Sub-par collision detection, minor bugs
  • Playable Offline: Yes

What is Armored Kitten?

Armored Kitten is a twin-stick shooter where players take the role, of you guessed it, an armored kitten. Players take on an assortment of enemies with their choice of guns as they progress through the game’s bite-sized levels. These levels have their objectives beyond just killing various enemies, some require the player to travel a certain distance, protect an NPC, or plant bombs in designated areas. As players progress, they can upgrade their guns and armor using currency they acquire along the way or purchased through in app purchases.

Armored Kitten gameplay
Defend yourself from hordes of enemies as you complete stages


  • 16 guns, 10 different armor sets (5 of each are IAP exclusive)
  • Stamina system: No
  • PVP: No
  • CO-OP: No
  • Social features: None


  • Graphics quality: Average
  • Audio quality: Average
  • Audio recommended: No
  • UI quality: Average
  • Overall presentation: Average


Armored Kitten is a fun twin stick shooter. It doesn’t have much depth, and the physics/collision engine is off just enough for the game to feel awkward. However, despite its flaws it can still be enjoyable. Gun choice and upgrade customization give the game a touch of variety, and the upgrades never feel unfairly balanced. It might not rise up to the heights of the best games in the genre, but it’s more than worth a download.

Fun but flawed
Get it on Google Play
Note: This review reflects the author’s views on the game at the time it was played. The state of the game may have changed since that time. Please note that installed size includes optional downloads where applicable.