Cathy's Crafts Platinum Edition
Average Rating 2 player reviews ( 2.0 out of 5.0 )
The art is to believe in yourself!
Cathy is chasing the dreams of others instead of her own. Should she stay and run the family hardware store or join her boyfriend in New York and become an art buyer? With a little inspiration from Ming, a very vain and confident cat, Cathy discovers her passion...CRAFTING! Fans begin to visit Cathy's shop to purchase her popular Ming dolls and to see Ming in the real.
But once Cathy’s realizes her own dreams can come true, she’s faced with her greatest challenge yet. Help Cathy nurture her passion and most importantly, stay true to herself!
- Cameo appearances by Emily and Paige from the popular Delicious games!
- 60 levels across 6 locations
- Over a dozen achievements to obtain
- Three difficulty levels to choose from
- Choose from five different avatars for your profile
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This game has the same format as Delicious - Emily's New Beginning. You pick your menu each day based on your expected customers. The items you pick have a direct impact on the points you earn. Also, you need to watch the cat to keep him away from the customers who don't like him and to monitor his mood since when he gets hungry he causes a fuss. I found this game to be extremely hard. I always play on the most difficult level because I enjoy the challenge of getting three stars on every level and achieving all the goals. However, early in the game, I could not get three stars, even after playing ahead to earn money to buy more upgrades. I eventually started over on the Normal level, but still could not get three stars. I like a challenge, even a hard challenge, but this game seems impossible. Maybe I just didn't like it enough to keep trying. I wasn't a fan of Delicious - Emily's New Beginning and this is just the same. See more See less
All was good, except when you get to 5-1 and 6-1 it is impossible to achieve the goals. Since you can't shop before the level, no matter how well you play, you can't succeed until the end. I would have liked to see the rest of the story. See more See less