This game is a cutesy and is easy to play, but not that very easy to clear as you progress to the next world.

Enemies get harder to get through and achievements required to be completed usually looks impossible to me if it is needed that you clear it in just a few seconds. I hate that kind of requirement.

This game features Agent Squeak, a spy mouse, super secret operative serving the needs of mice everywhere. All you need to do is get all the cheese in order to enable the levels’ exit. While each level features different kinds of achievements, getting all of them may require you to play the level again and again.

You simple use your finger to guide Spy Mouse to get all the cheese. Powerups like chili to boost your speed help you evade enemies or run away from them without being caught.

You can even use back doors to go from one place to the other. It is all a matter of using the right strategy to accomplish the achievements and clear the level.

The graphics are cute, crisp and the cats’ character drawings have a physical similarity to Inspector Gadget’s enemy’s cat.

EA did a good job with this game. Although the Android version’s licensing scheme is pretty annoying since I have to enable my WIFI in order for the licensing check to proceed. Otherwise, I could not play the game.

Sneak or be snacked. Catchy phrase, right?

Electronic Arts made a good move against plans to let players control Taliban fighters in the highly anticipated Medal of Honor video game due to harsh criticism from military officials and others. Game publisher Electronic Arts said Friday that it has decided to remove the name Taliban from one of the forces in the multiplayer version of the game, which focuses on modern-day fighting in Afghanistan.

The game is set to be released October 12 and is expected to be one of the top video-game rollouts of the year. Players still will be able to control the fighters — which are the enemy when a player is playing the game alone — but they will be referred to simply as Opposing Force.

No matter what excuse they blurt out, I do agree that out of respect for their soldiers serving in Afghanistan, that that name should not be used in the game. Opposing force will do. Being a player who understands the dynamics of the game or not is still not a valid excuse to me. What do you think?

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