Cat Physics challenges you with one simple task – to move a ball from one cat, on one side of the screen to another cat at the opposite end of the screen. Not just a simple game of catch, the levels in Cat Physics (from Donut Games) contain obstacles, height changes and arrows that will either help or hinder your attempt.
While most of the obstacles are reportedly stationary (or so says Touch Arcade), some of the arrows can move, but all of them serve the same purpose – to send the ball launching in the direction that the arrow is facing. You’ll finish a level when the other cat has received the ball, and will be scored in terms of how far the ball had to travel to get from Cat A to Cat B (if you didn’t catch that, that means that there will likely be more than one path available to finish a level).
The game contains a ranking system for each level, where you’ll earn stars based on your performance throughout the game’s 50 levels, and you’ll be able to track your scores via online leaderboards.