Dog VS Cat

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by DelphiYuan, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. DelphiYuan macrumors newbie

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    itunes link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dog-vs-cat/id426623396?mt=8

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    Description:

    CAT AND DOG ARE NOW DECLARING WAR ON EACH OTHER!
    WATCH OUT!THE CRAB MAY ATTACK EITHER OF THEM IF HE'S HIT BY MISTAKE!

    This game is also known as Sassy vs Bobby

    Their war is an endless one. Don't let those few videos and pictures you see of a cat licking a dog clean, or of a dog nestling up next to a cat for sleepy time fool you. Theirs is a battle that shall be waged for an eternity.

    HOW TO PLAY
    -Touch on cat or dog to let him launch an attack.
    -Hold to determine the power each time.
    -The crab might launch an attack if he's hit by mistake
    -Click on X2 to attack twice.
    -The indicator on top of screen shows the wind status and its power,this has impact on attack accuracy
     
  2. Alice141 macrumors newbie

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    Dog vs. Cat
    Adopting a pet is a very important moment in a family's life and the first step is to choose the right kind of pet. Some people opt for birds, fish or hamsters, but for the most people the fiercer debate starts when it comes to choosing between a cat and a dog. Cats and dogs are by far the most popular pets in the world and there are many reasons to love both. There really isn't a "better pet", and the fight will never have a winner, but there might be a pet that fits better to your needs and to your lifestyle, and it is important to choose wisely to avoid disappointment and abandonment. Here is a guide to help you choose better.
    A Dog's Lifestyle vs. a Cat's Lifestyle

    If you are an active person that loves living outdoors, and you live in a temperate climate that doesn't get too cold for too long in winter or you don't mind the cold then a dog could be a good fit for you. A dog will love joining you on your walks, it's a great camping companion and will keep you active for all his life.

    If instead you think winter is meant to be spent inside, sitting in front of the cozy warmth of a fireplace, if you don't get the chance to go out a lot and all you want when you get home is to relax, then a cat will be the best pet for you. Cats love to cuddle with you on a sofa and caressing their fur has been proven to relieve stress and anxiety, and a cat can live indoors all his life.
     

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