Puzzle game. Kiss Me is a light-hearted syrupy-sweet strategy game which challenges players to pair up pets according to type, color, and opposite gender. Your piggy companion, Sniffy is sitting at the corner of the screen and tabulating your score and giving you hints as you play. To match-up pets, click on one animal and drag a path towards its mate. Of course this isn't always straightforward. There are bridges to cross, which move up and down as you click different levers and press different buttons. So I think that the goal is clear. It is rather simple you need to help all of the inhabitants get there in Kiss Me. You can do this by matching the pets with their soul mates so they will float off into the sky and live happily ever after. Do you want to try being the Cupid?
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
In the village of Fairyland, adorable kittens, doggies and piggies live peacefully together. So you have some example of an idyllic life. In it's favor, the production values of Kiss Me are fairly high, so you can expect good music, and some nicely drawn artwork and animations. There's plenty of cute jokes thrown in, and all of the screens have animated components. The rules are gradually introduced to the player, so there's very little learning curve. There's also a bonus game every few rounds where you use your mouse to control a floating pet with a balloon and try to gather as many items in the clouds as you can. The speed picks up as you advance to higher levels. There are little drawbacks, but they are not so important, when you talk about love. The controls can be unresponsive, requiring several maneuvers to get pets to follow the correct path. Likewise, the graphics can make it unclear where various cliffs and ledges begin and end, so the player may begin a path only to find that she's misjudged the layout. All in all the game is worth to be played, as one of the beat love-games.