To sum it all up, the graphics are beautiful, and at some points it feels more like you are watching a professional animated film rather then playing a game. Then you die, and you’re reminded that you have to dodge those crows. The music feels generic, and the story is short but fairly compelling. For a game with five levels it has a decent amount of content and should last you a solid few hours to find everything. The gameplay is fun and has plenty of cat jokes and references hidden in the background, while the controls make the game more frustrating then it has to be. The Purring Quest is currently available on Steam, and is on sale right now, so you might want to get it now rather than later. There will be a breakdown of the numbers and score after the trailer below.