The Cat That Got The Milk is a simple game that requires you to avoid walls and reach a target.
For users old enough to remember Atari, The Cat That Got The Milk is very reminiscent of games on that console. It has basic, highly pixellated graphics. To many users, that might be what makes the game so fun.
The Cat That Got The Milk offers 18 colorful levels, the objective being to avoid walls and guide your cat through the darkness and to a big circle at the end of each level. You control your aimlessly wandering cat with the up and down keys on your keyboard. Your cat will travel to the right of the screen until you hold down either arrow key.
It's not as simple as it sounds though. There are a whole host of obstacles, including moving walls, and your cat moves with considerable speeding. This makes the game a nice challenge for almost any age group. Instead of nine lives, The Cat That Got The Milk gives you an infinite number of attempts at each level.
The background music in The Cat That Got The Milk is pretty psychedelic, which matches the rudimentary graphics and garish colors pretty superbly. Some users will love it. Others probably not so much.
The Cat That Got The Milk isn't going to win any awards for graphics, but the fun's all in the entire arcade experience and this game's enjoyable simplicity.