The objective of The Kitten Game is to click cats and inflict grisly injuries, killing the kittens and earning points. As otherwise the game would be a pointless slaughterfest (although it still kind of is), a time limit is imposed on players, forcing them to reach a certain number of points before time runs out, or else risk failure of the level. If one fails a level, they may try again or return to the menu. If one successfully completes a level, they are awarded a trophy (bronze, silver, or gold) depending on how large of a bodycount they racked up. Beating a level allows one to proceed to the next, where they must again kill kittens, albeit more, and in a smaller timeframe.
Cats can be slashed in 3 different places - the middle of the head, the neck, or their tail. 1 point is rewarded for each body part hacked off, so up to 3 points can be added to your score if you manage to slash all three parts before the mutilated corpse drops off the screen. Not every part must be slashed to kill the cat. Cats will try to hide from the player if they are hovered over for too long. Player may also click on some parts of map to destroy them; it doesn't net any points, but may be useful if kittens are hiding behind them.
The game also features a Dress Up mode (typical dress-up game only with cats-- has no effect on gameplay) and a Practice mode (endless, pointless feline massacre with no time limit or objective).
See also: Music#The_Kitten_Game
- This is the only game in the series that has no human characters in it.
- NoLegs himself never appears in-game, only his species does.
- A number of easter eggs appear in the game, including references to Mario, Kirby, and Pokémon.
- This is (one of the reasons) why Godcat hates humanity.
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