Factory Katz: The Grand Banquet

Step into Factory Katz - The Grand Banquet and discover a world of fantastical creations. Help factory manager Otto organize a great feast for Victoria Katz, the daughter of the factory founder. She'll have you running around the factory fixing everything in time for the banquet. Can you keep her happy? Find out in Factory Katz - The Grand Banquet.

As you progress, bits and pieces of the story unfolds via the Log book, but it's not essential to read it to progress. Eventually you will find Oskar the cat, who also seems to have a sense of humor and when you hover the mouse over him, he becomes quite opinionated. This is because I ran into a glitch of some sort, when I couldn't access the clock tower door. There are Mini Games as well, however I cannot comment on these because I wasn't able to progress far enough to encounter one. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. I tried deleting the game, restarting my computer, and even a wild random clicking frenzy to no avail. During the HO's if you can't find an item, you can click and drag the Hint Music Box around the scene, the faster the music's tempo, the closer you are to an object. As you progress, bits and pieces of the story unfolds via the Log book, but it's not essential to read it to progress. During the game, there are 17 hidden Flying Pigs to collect, and when I say hidden, I mean hidden because some of them are difficult to spot, mostly because of the dark graphics. The graphics are average, with an abundance of gold hues, and the music is neither here nor there. If you use the music box hint AND click on the object, you'll have to wait for it to recharge, however, I found that if you find the object with the box, but click somewhere that doesn't have an object, the music box will return to it's slot, you can then click on the object, and because it technically wasn't used, there's no recharge period. I will admit that I preferred the challenge of some of these HO's over the junkpile unhidden items usually offered in the big named games. But in the long run, this game wasn't interesting enough for my personal tastes to buy it, but it may be your cup of tea. At the beginning of the game, a woman narrates the story of the Katz Factory, but it was if she were reading a bedtime story to a 4 year old, trying to make the story more interesting for her own benefit.


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I will admit that I preferred the challenge of some of these HO's over the junkpile unhidden items usually offered in the big named games. During the HO's if you can't find an item, you can click and drag the Hint Music Box around the Jump, Bobo! Jump!, the faster the music's tempo, the closer you are to an object. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game Sparkle 2 the bill. Eventually you will find Oskar the cat, who also seems to have a sense of humor and when you hover the mouse over him, he becomes quite opinionated. There are Mini Games as well, however I cannot comment on these because I wasn't able to progress far enough to encounter one. But in the long run, this game wasn't interesting enough for my personal tastes to buy it, but it may be your cup of tea. This is mainly a HOG, with Multiples of the same item finds such as 21 keys or torn paper pieces, Listed item finds and even Fragments. I finally deleted my profile, and I created a new Factory Katz: The Grand Banquet choosing the easy mode this time, and of course I had Factory Katz: The Grand Banquet start all over, but this worked because the door began to sparkle and I was able to enter the clock tower door! There is a section called Concept Code, which I found to be hilarious, and the best part of the game. At the beginning of the game, a woman narrates the story of the Katz Factory, but it was if she were reading a bedtime story to a 4 year old, trying to make the story more interesting for her own benefit. If you use the music box hint AND click on the object, you'll have to wait for it to recharge, however, I found that if you find the object with the box, but click somewhere that doesn't have an object, the music box will return to it's slot, you can then click on the object, and because it technically wasn't used, there's no recharge period. At first it looks like simple computer data coding used to create the game, but if you read the words you'll realize that someone has a sarcastic sense of humor! Some objects that you find go into your inventory, which appears only when an item is needed, such as keys to unlock doors. You can choose between an Easy or Normal difficulty mode, and there are 9 Concept Art pictures included.

If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. Eventually you will find Oskar the cat, who also seems to have a sense of humor and when you hover the mouse over him, he becomes quite opinionated. But in the long run, this game wasn't interesting enough for my personal tastes to buy it, but it may be your cup of tea. You can choose between an Easy or Normal difficulty mode, and there are 9 Concept Art pictures included. Some objects that you find go into your inventory, which appears only when an item is needed, such as keys to unlock doors. The graphics are average, with an abundance of gold hues, and the music is neither here nor there. There is a section called Concept Code, which I found to be hilarious, and the best part of the game. At the beginning of the game, a woman narrates the story of the Katz Factory, but it was if she were reading a bedtime story to a 4 year old, trying to make the story more interesting for her own benefit. This is because I ran into a glitch of some sort, when I couldn't access the clock tower door. I finally deleted my profile, and I created a new profile choosing the easy mode this time, and of course I had to start all over, but this worked because the door began to sparkle and I was able to enter the clock tower door! During the HO's if you can't find an item, you can click and drag the Hint Music Box around the scene, the faster the music's tempo, the closer you are to an object. The graphics are average, with an abundance of gold hues, and the music is neither here nor there. As you progress, bits and pieces of the story unfolds via the Log book, but it's not essential to read it to progress.

At first it looks like simple computer data coding used to create the game, but if you read the words you'll realize that someone has a sarcastic sense of humor! I will admit that I preferred the challenge of some of these HO's over the junkpile unhidden items usually offered in the big named games. There are Mini Games as well, however I cannot comment on these because I wasn't able to progress far enough to encounter one. Some objects that you find go into your inventory, which appears only when an item is needed, such as keys to unlock doors. During the game, there are 17 Factory Katz: The Grand Banquet Flying Pigs to collect, and when I say hidden, I mean hidden because some of them are difficult to spot, mostly because of the dark graphics. I tried deleting the game, restarting my computer, and even a wild random clicking frenzy to no avail. Eventually you will find Oskar the cat, who also seems to have a sense of humor and when you hover the mouse Jewel Match Royale him, he becomes quite opinionated. If you use the music box hint AND click on the object, you'll have to wait for it to recharge, however, I found that if you find the object with the box, but click somewhere that doesn't have an object, the music box will return to it's slot, you can then click on the object, and because it technically wasn't used, there's no recharge period. This is mainly a HOG, with Multiples of the same item finds such as 21 keys or torn paper pieces, Listed item finds and even Fragments. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be War Chariots: Royal Legion to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. There are Mini Games as well, however I cannot comment on these because I wasn't able to progress far enough to encounter one.


At first it looks like simple computer data coding used to create the game, but if you read the words you'll realize that someone has a sarcastic sense of humor! There is a section called Concept Code, which I found to be hilarious, and the best part of the game. This is because I ran into a glitch of some sort, when I couldn't access the clock tower door. But in the long run, this game wasn't interesting enough for my personal tastes to buy it, but it may be your cup of tea. At the beginning of the game, a woman narrates the story of the Katz Factory, but it was if she were reading a bedtime story to a 4 year old, trying to make the story more interesting for her own benefit. I tried deleting the game, restarting my computer, and even a wild random clicking frenzy to no avail. This is because I ran into a glitch of some sort, when I couldn't access the clock tower door. This is mainly a HOG, with Multiples of the same item finds such as 21 keys or torn paper pieces, Listed item finds and even Fragments. I will admit that I preferred the challenge of some of these HO's over the junkpile unhidden items usually offered in the big named games. I finally deleted my profile, and I created a new profile choosing the easy mode this time, and of course I had to start all over, but this worked because the door began to sparkle and I was able to enter the clock tower door! This is mainly a HOG, with Multiples of the same item finds such as 21 keys or torn paper pieces, Listed item finds and even Fragments. At the beginning of the game, a woman narrates the story of the Katz Factory, but it was if she were reading a bedtime story to a 4 year old, trying to make the story more interesting for her own benefit.

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At the beginning of the game, a woman narrates the story of the Katz Factory, but it was if she were reading a bedtime story to a 4 year old, trying to make the story more interesting for her own benefit. At the beginning of the game, a woman narrates the story of the Katz Factory, but it was if she were reading a bedtime story to a 4 year old, trying to make the story more interesting for her own benefit. After that, you meet up with Otto the plant manager, and he slightly moves his lips, but he has no voice, so you just read the text dialog. The graphics are average, with an abundance of gold hues, and the music is neither here nor there. The graphics are average, with an abundance of gold hues, and the music is neither here nor there. As you progress, bits and pieces of the story unfolds via the Log book, but it's not essential to read it to progress. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. It's very similar to the HdO games but you can't drag the scenes around with your mouse, at least not mine. At first it looks like simple computer data coding used to create the game, but if you read the words you'll realize that someone has a sarcastic sense of humor! This is mainly a HOG, with Multiples of the same item finds such as 21 keys or torn paper pieces, Listed item finds and even Fragments. If you use the music box hint AND click on the object, you'll have to wait for it to recharge, however, I found that if you find the object with the box, but click somewhere that doesn't have an object, the music box will return to it's slot, you can then click on the object, and because it technically wasn't used, there's no recharge period. You can choose between an Easy or Normal difficulty mode, and there are 9 Concept Art pictures included. This is because I ran into a glitch of some sort, when I couldn't access the clock tower door. I finally deleted my profile, and I created a new profile choosing the easy mode this time, and of course I had to start all over, but this worked because the door began to sparkle and I was able to enter the clock tower door! During the game, there are 17 hidden Flying Pigs to collect, and when I say hidden, I mean hidden because some of them are difficult to spot, mostly because of the dark graphics.

10 thoughts on “Factory Katz: The Grand Banquet

  1. But in the long run, this game wasn't interesting enough for my personal tastes to buy it, but it may be your cup of tea. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. It's very similar to the HdO games but you can't drag the scenes around with your mouse, at least not mine.

  2. After that, you meet up with Otto the plant manager, and he slightly moves his lips, but he has no voice, so you just read the text dialog. Some objects that you find go into your inventory, which appears only when an item is needed, such as keys to unlock doors. I tried deleting the game, restarting my computer, and even a wild random clicking frenzy to no avail.

  3. This is mainly a HOG, with Multiples of the same item finds such as 21 keys or torn paper pieces, Listed item finds and even Fragments. As you progress, bits and pieces of the story unfolds via the Log book, but it's not essential to read it to progress. There are Mini Games as well, however I cannot comment on these because I wasn't able to progress far enough to encounter one.

  4. You can choose between an Easy or Normal difficulty mode, and there are 9 Concept Art pictures included. This is because I ran into a glitch of some sort, when I couldn't access the clock tower door. As you progress, bits and pieces of the story unfolds via the Log book, but it's not essential to read it to progress. This is mainly a HOG, with Multiples of the same item finds such as 21 keys or torn paper pieces, Listed item finds and even Fragments.

  5. There are Mini Games as well, however I cannot comment on these because I wasn't able to progress far enough to encounter one. Some objects that you find go into your inventory, which appears only when an item is needed, such as keys to unlock doors. But in the long run, this game wasn't interesting enough for my personal tastes to buy it, but it may be your cup of tea. Eventually you will find Oskar the cat, who also seems to have a sense of humor and when you hover the mouse over him, he becomes quite opinionated.

  6. As you progress, bits and pieces of the story unfolds via the Log book, but it's not essential to read it to progress. Some objects that you find go into your inventory, which appears only when an item is needed, such as keys to unlock doors. The graphics are average, with an abundance of gold hues, and the music is neither here nor there. During the HO's if you can't find an item, you can click and drag the Hint Music Box around the scene, the faster the music's tempo, the closer you are to an object.

  7. The graphics are average, with an abundance of gold hues, and the music is neither here nor there. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. Some objects that you find go into your inventory, which appears only when an item is needed, such as keys to unlock doors. I will admit that I preferred the challenge of some of these HO's over the junkpile unhidden items usually offered in the big named games.

  8. I will admit that I preferred the challenge of some of these HO's over the junkpile unhidden items usually offered in the big named games. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill.

  9. I tried deleting the game, restarting my computer, and even a wild random clicking frenzy to no avail. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. During the HO's if you can't find an item, you can click and drag the Hint Music Box around the scene, the faster the music's tempo, the closer you are to an object. The graphics are average, with an abundance of gold hues, and the music is neither here nor there.

  10. If you enjoy a simple Hidden Object game with a few mini games thrown in, and you don't mind trying to find items that can be difficult to see at times because they are either small or blend into the same colored graphics, this game fits the bill. It's very similar to the HdO games but you can't drag the scenes around with your mouse, at least not mine. As you progress, bits and pieces of the story unfolds via the Log book, but it's not essential to read it to progress. During the HO's if you can't find an item, you can click and drag the Hint Music Box around the scene, the faster the music's tempo, the closer you are to an object.

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