Playing games with your cat is a fun, simple way to enrich her life, provide stimulation and strengthen the bond you share. Here are some fun games you can enjoy together.
Remember that oh so fun game Jenga? Ya, the one where you build a full tower and one by one take out pieces until someone takes the wrong one and it all comes falling down?! Now you're probably smiling and thinking of all those fun memories! Well, luckily for the cat lovers and jenga lovers out there... there is a new game which sorta combines them both!
Cat Pile is often associated with the classic game Jenga, however Comma's creation is played in reverse. Instead of already having a tower the point of the game is to start at the base and juggle the wooden teak pieces atop one another. No matter how precarious they may seem, the last person to successfully stack a kitty without it falling will be the winner! Even better? When you're done playing and don't feel like cleaning up, the cats double as modern home decor and make a fun accessory!
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It’s a rainy Saturday afternoon, and you can’t go outside to play. If you’re thinking “this day will never end,” then you’re in luck.
The Infinite Galaxy Puzzle is here, and you can do it until the end of time. Not only that, you can assemble this bad boy in any shape or direction you please. It’s a 133 laser-cut pieces of birch plywood just waiting to put together in anyway you choose. The possibilities are endless, so you have no excuse for being bored ever again.
According to Gizmodo, the puzzle is based on a “scientific curiosity called Klein bottle, which is an impossible 3D shape whose insides and outsides are mathematically identical, the intricate pieces that make up this infinite puzzle can be transferred to its opposite side by simply flipping them over.”
The puzzle costs $100 and can be picked up from Nervous System. There’s also a $50 version, which comes with 51 pieces and no image to assemble — it’s just free play.
The gameplay looks similar to 'Apples to Apples' or 'Cards Against Humanity'. Players start a comic and the judge picks the winner who had the best punchline. The base game will include 250 cards but they've added a list of tasks for fans to complete to help them meet a stretch goal that will add 30 more cards to every deck.
So far they have met $635,555 of their $10,000 goal. They've already included a 10 card booster pack to every reward and with 27 days to go, the extra stretch goal doesn't seem unrealistic.
An Upcoming App for Google Glass called Race Yourself allows you to...do just that! Not only can you see yourself running or cycling your previous personal record time, you can also escape from attacking zombies, dash from runaway boulders, and create video game-like challenges for yourself on the ski slopes!