Battle Cats Quest is a reskin of another PONOS game called Ball Action. The default skins, Silver Tabby, Red Tabby, Brown Tabby, and Calico Cat, are an excellent fit for The Burgle Cats’ five starting cats. Another of PONOS’ games, Heads Off, makes an appearance as playable skin. This version of battle cats involves you smashing one cat against the enemies and making them fall off the platform. It may seem simple if you just read that, but there is much more to this game. Once you lose a level, it restarts from 1. So, to get ahead more and more, we have some tips and tricks here for you.
TIP #1 – Figure out the enemies pattern:
Every enemy that will spawn in the arena has its own pattern against your character. Here’s the pattern for some of the cats:
- Pufferfish cat: When hit, it inflates, but when it becomes too big, it pops.
- Bee Cat: are usually found in swarms of up to eight, and follows you around.
- Bunny Cat: Has multiple little Bunny Cats at its side when it spawns, who follows them around.
- Purple Hedgehog Cat: Holds his position for a brief while before launching a tremendous spin-dash attack.
- Ram Cat: Remains on the player’s opposite side of the stage.
- Cell Cat: When pushed, it splits into two smaller Cell Cats, which then split into two smaller Cell Cats.
- Kangaroo Cat: Bounces in place on occasion.
- Crab Cat: Remains on the player’s opposite side of the stage.
These patterns can make it easy for you to get rid of them. For example, with the Purple Hedgehog cat, when it comes to ramming against you, just balance yourself on the edge so it falls off on itself. Each enemy will get easier for you to beat if you learn their patterns.
TIP #2 – Be in control of your cat:
Battle Cats Quest is heavily dependant on you balancing and controlling your cat. You can accidentally make your cat fall while going against the enemy, and given that you can only continue to the level once, by viewing an ad, it is important to make sure that you don’t fall off. You move your cat with the help of your finger, and taking it off for even a bit can make it fall off and have to restart the whole game again.
TIP #3 – Upgrade your stats whenever you can:
When you push off the enemy from the platform, you earn coins. As you go on clearing stages, you get options to choose your path between two islands. The island with a green home icon on the top of an island means that a witch cat is present on that island. The witch cat grants you upgrades for your attack, defense, and coin percentage. These will help you a lot with the stages to come, so don’t miss out on them.
TIP #4 – Ad-upgrades can be useful:
Battle Cats Quest has a couple of features hidden behind an advertisement. One of the features is getting to continue a stage from the point you lost to keep going and not have to restart from stage 1. The second feature is being able to double the size of your character for one stage to make it easier for us to bump the enemies off the platform with much more ease. Of course, it is optional, but these upgrades are incredibly helpful.
TIP #5 – Complete as many missions as possible:
This game also has a mission system. Completing each could grant you a ton of rewards and upgrades for your character. Once you’ve completed a mission, you’ll get notified in the missions menu. The enhancements you earn carry over to subsequent runs, so it’s well worth your time to finish them. These rewards also include upgrades for the original Battle Cats game.
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Overall, this game was extremely addicting to play. Even after losing, I kept playing from stage 1 just to beat my high score over and over. The charm of this game is that even if you start from stage 1, the stages aren’t the same in the next run so you always have a new experience. Hope our tips and tricks helped you to configure the game. Battle Cats Quest is now available on the Google Play Store and App Store. Happy Gaming!