Mini-Guide: Super Phantom Cat 2

LQ: 8.5

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Brain grade: 8.0
Fun score: 9.0

Super Phantom Cat 2
Game Type: ESRB Rating: Everyone Platform/Console: , , , , LWK Recommended Age: Any Thinking Skills Used: ,

Android  |  iTunes  |  Nintendo Switch

Super Phantom Cat 2 is a platformer with a Super Mario (the original) style game play. The player controls a cat who is on the hunt for his sister. Using easy controls, the player searches through different levels and worlds to find her. Along the way are enemies, obstacles, and hidden rooms. The player can even collect super powers and other characters. Each level also has several goals: a hidden treasure chest, a star, and several secrets.

There are in-app ads and purchases available and Super Phantom Cat 2 can save the player’s data across multiple devices. The ESRB rated this game E for Everyone and LW4K stands by this rating.


Super Phantom Cat 2 helps kids practice and improve the following skills:

Super Phantom Cat 2Flexibility

Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations.

While it is possible to have pretty much one approach to each level, using it over and over again will not clear the level of all of their goals. In order to find all the secret locations, treasure chests, and stars, the player must use their flexibility thinking skills. They must explore everywhere, try bouncing off of different surfaces, and use their super powers in new and different ways. If they don't, the player won't find everything and they will be unable to unlock new characters and levels.

Focus

Getting started and then maintaining attention and effort to tasks.

This game does not have timed levels. This means it is low-key compared to a lot of other games. The player, however, must still use their focus skills if they want to be successful at the game. If they don't ignore distractions, particularly internal distractions, they will miss out on hidden areas or walk right by the platform that holds that level’s star or chest. They also need to be able to split their focus between monsters and obstacles, searching for hidden locations, and finding the chests and stars. If they can't split their focus and move back and forth between these goals, they will miss things and find it hard to unlock new parts of the game.

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