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In "Cat Trax," the player navigates through a grid-like maze, which is displayed from a top-down perspective. The goal is to collect all the pieces of cheese scattered throughout the maze while avoiding contact with the cats. The cats move around the maze, and if they touch the player's mouse, a life is lost.
The player can control the mouse's movements using the Atari 2600 joystick. The maze contains walls and openings through which the mouse can pass. As the player progresses, the cats become faster and more challenging to avoid.
Game category: Atari 2600 games
"Cat Trax" is a video game released for the Atari 2600 console in 1983. Developed by John Palevich and published by Mountain Software, it is a maze-based game where the player controls a mouse trying to collect pieces of cheese while avoiding cats.
"Cat Trax" received mixed reviews upon its release.
Overall, "Cat Trax" is a lesser-known game for the Atari 2600, but it remains a part of the console's extensive library of games.