Little Kitty, Big City Review

15th May 2024

Little Kitty, Big City

Double Dagger Studio

You’re a curious little kitty with a big personality, on an adventure to find your way back home. Explore the city, make new friends with stray animals, wear delightful hats, and leave more than a little chaos in your wake. After all, isn’t that what cats do best?

Adorable and full of heart-warming adventure, Little Kitty, Big City drops players into a small Japanese metropolitan sandbox as a short-haired black cat. Don’t be concerned! No actual harm will come to the cat, so there are no hidden nasty animal abuse scenes tucked away for later. Instead, it’s a beautiful adventure full of silly moments and puzzles.

The story focuses on a black cat that falls from a window and becomes lost in the city. The cat aims to regain enough strength to climb home by eating fish. The campaign only spans part of the city; the map resembles a series of interconnected streets. However, it still offers a lot of space for a small cat to explore.

This is a relatively short game if you only focus on the main objectives. It can be completed in around 2 hours. Side quests have engaging puzzles and are a big part of the adventure.


Simple story

Cosy and adorable

Fun side quests

Engaging puzzles


Small sandbox

Small gameplay time

Frequent camera glitches


Little Kitty, Big City can seem a little simplistic on the surface, but it’s a great, cosy option with adorable animals and no combat. Exploring, completing puzzles and completing quests are the main gameplay elements. It encourages players to go up and over buildings or obstacles instead of just taking the easy path, walking along the street.

Climbing back to your home does involve a lot of jumping, and it definitely fits the requirements of a “jumping puzzle”. Sadly, the camera can be a little fussy at times causing it to move unpredictably which can be frustrating when trying to climb. The jumps themselves can sometimes feel a little imprecise as well. While the main story and the side quests are important, it’s easy to spend time just doing things a cat might like to do—sunbathing in a pile of laundry or slapping humans just because you can.

After 10 hours of playtime I can honestly say that Little Kitty Big City is an adorable, entertaining adventure through a delightful world and the vibez are amazing.

If you are a kitty person its definitely worth a play but if you’re not like me and you’re planning to buy the game… well it depends on how you value £20. For me I think £20 is a bit too much for the small complete play time but if you are on the fence over the price, you can either grab a cheap game key from Kinguin or get a trial month of Game Pass and give it a go. Overall Its is a fun short game where you get to cause some mischief as a little cute kitty!

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by Row Queenie

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