Ah, games with a cat theme… as an entire segment of the Switch audience perks up at the mere suggestion. In the case of Purrs in Heaven what you have is a puzzle game with what feels like a pretty novel mechanic, you’re able to essentially clone yourself a specific number of times, which will leave a sort of statue in the spot you jumped from that you can then jump on. On a general level this is fun and works well, though if you’re on the more casual end of the spectrum I would warn you that there are times when it can feel a bit picky as well about timing or the levels are set up in a way that can lead to easy accidental deaths which can be frustrating. Still, if you’re into the cat thing, like a smart puzzle game, and are willing to deal with some frustrations it’s a cute and fun enough experience to enjoy.
Justin Nation, Score: