On Wednesday, March 10, the world will witness the final day of the 2015-16 Olympic Games, when the men’s and women’s basketball teams will face off for the gold and silver medals.
But what if the men have to play a game of cat and mouse with the ladies?
That’s what’s happening in the world of “Kongregate,” a social game where players compete to take down the “Great Wall of China” and steal gold medals from the other players.
And when it comes to the “World’s Greatest Wall of Cats” game, the competition is fierce.
Kongraptor (left), the wall’s Great Wall cat, and Great Wall of Dogs are two of the more popular game variants.
In the Kongregate game, players can try to get the “great wall cat” and “greatwall dog” to jump onto the “wall.”
But beware: The cat must not have a special trait to capture the dog, and it’s up to the player to determine whether the cat is a man or a woman.
Kongs and cats are often depicted as “witty” and have many personality traits, including their tendency to play with their human companions and use their natural instincts to hunt and hunt for food.
The game was created by an Australian programmer, Alex Kroll, and he is the creator of “Battlegrounds,” a mobile game that lets players take on the role of “Gangnam Style” star, Kim Ji Hyun, in an attempt to steal gold from the “world’s greatest wall cat.”
The game features a number of features that can help the cat and its human companion navigate their way through the game, like a “cat barometer” that tells the player whether the pet is male or female, and the ability to “hide” a cat in a room with the goal of catching it.
In the Kongraptors’ case, the game’s cat barometer is showing that the cat has the female personality.
In this case, Kim is a “great cat.”
But there’s one important rule the game will never break: Cats are allowed to play.
Konstantinos Filippakis/Getty ImagesFor a cat, Kongraps is pretty simple: Play to capture gold.
However, there’s a catch: Kongrappters cannot capture the gold until their “wall” is destroyed.
And in order to capture this elusive goal, Kongs must kill the wall cat.
And if they can’t, they’ll have to use a special cat trait to “lock in” the gold.
In “Kongs & Cats,” players will be given a cat that’s different from the average cat.
Players can select a male, female, or a combination of the two, which can include “the Great Wall Cat,” “The Great Wall Dog,” and the Great Wall Horse.
These traits are used to unlock the special cat traits, which include the ability “Toilet Cat” and the “Wall Cat.”
While this sounds like a complicated mechanic, it’s actually quite simple.
“Kongo,” the cat that is selected at the start of the game as the player’s “greatest cat,” has the traits of both “Wallcat” and male.
“Great Cat” is used to trap a wall cat, “Great Dog” to attack the wall, and “Wall Horse” to carry a cat.
In other words, it is a combination.
Kongo can be captured by killing the “Good Cat,” the “Bad Cat,” or the “Cat with a Heart of Gold.”
If Kongs capture all four, it will automatically spawn in the “New York City Wall” in the center of the screen.
If Kongs manage to “kill” all four cats, the screen will turn dark.
Players then have the choice of “scrambling” the “Golden Cat” to gain the “Gold Cat” trait, or “stealing” the cat from the game to gain a “Gold Dog” trait.
If Kong’s capture of all four of the cats is successful, the “Big Wall Cat” will spawn in front of the player.
But if Kongs only capture one cat, the player will be unable to capture any of the four cats.
In a similar way to the cat barometers, players are given “cat metrics” that tell them what the cats’ personality traits are.
This is a key part of the Kong’s success, because cats that possess certain traits are said to be “cat lovers.”
This game’s player stats are also different from “KONGRAPTOR.”
While “Koi” is the player who captures the cat, in “KONSTANTINS FAMPANTS FABRICATED” players must use the “Bubbles” ability to lure the cat into a trap. If the