Over the past few weeks there have been quite a number of videos on YouTube showing animals playing games on tablets. A couple of days ago I wrote about orangutans using iPad tablets, and now we’ve got one more to add to the mix. Halfbrick, the developers of the game Fruit Ninja, recently posted up a Tweet linking to a video on YouTube showing a cat playing Fruit Ninja on the iPad. What’s amazing about the video is that the cat plays the game with surprising accuracy.
While the cat is playing the more forgiving Arcade mode instead of the Classic mode (where dropped fruits and sliced bombs make you lose the game), it seems to know what it is doing – or at least it makes us think it does. Anyway check out the video for yourself, and do leave a comment below if you know of any other interesting videos of animals playing games on a tablet.
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