Who Nipped Kitty?! Detective Tails

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  • 6 cat pieces
  • 6 crime tokens
  • 40 challenges
  • Instruction manual

Someone fed Toby the cat too much catnip, and one of his friends is responsible! Take charge of the Who Nipped Kitty?! Detective Tails adventure and take your critical skills development to the next level! A worrying kitty crime scene has been presented to you, and it’s up to you to discover which member of the Kreepy Kats Gang did the deed! This is a straightforward but challenging mystery game which will take you through 40 different crimes!


  • Product Dimensions: 9.25 x 6.25 x 1.75 inches
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Recommended Age: 8 years and up

Our SmartKidsPlanet initiative began in 2017 when 3 geeky and dedicated parents saw a gap in the children’s toys and games market. An opportunity was spotted while we struggled to find toys and games for our kids which enriched their minds and guided them toward science, art, math and construction. The trio then knew that their paths were set, establishing an online shop with a comprehensive range of intelligent toys for babies, children and young teenagers.

With offices based in California, our SmartKidsPlanet team enjoys a daily growth in our presence within the children’s educational toys market. We love our new place in life, and we love helping young minds with their growth and skill development, all while having as much fun as possible.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 102 reviews
G. Heckman
Fun logic game

This is a great game with fun logic puzzles. My 8-year-old loves it. It teaches logic and it's good reading practice for her too. The only drawback is that we'll be done with all 40 puzzles pretty soon!

Abbey Malik
Fun - Use logic, deductive and spatial reasoning

The 40 challenges increase in difficulty as you go, giving you less specific information and offering an opportunity to use trial and error. Fun theme. I enjoyed the Cat Crimes game too by ThinkFun also.For more information about both games you can check out my blog at ThePlayfulOtter.blogspot.com

Christy Berger
Logic Practice

I was hesitant to get this, since there are only 40 cards. My 7 year old loves dogs and games, though, so the tooth fairy brought her Dog Crimes (due to Covid, she gets something to play at home right now). The very first card was insanely easy, it told you where to put each character. I rolled my eyes and buckled in for a long game of boring. It turned out to be a lot more challenging and thus more fun, though, so I got Cat Crimes to take into my 8th grade classroom. I feel like most of the Cat Crimes are more challenging than Dog Crimes (that could very well just be me, though).My students (mostly 13-14) actually really enjoyed this. They enjoyed working together on the more difficult cards. It was good to stretch their brains and to get them to work with inferencing and logical deduction (we've been working on this). I teach Language Arts and this will definitely be in my rotation now to get them thinking in new ways.The game plays like logic grids, but with more physical visualization (and it's easier to backtrack if you make a mistake). I like that my kids (both at home and in school) are able to see the process a little more clearly. Many of my students struggle with this kind of thinking, so this was good practice, low stakes, and just for fun for them.**My only complaint - the size of the box is great, but it's designed in a way that you have to take off the little stands every time you want to put it up. That's frustrating, because every other game, I always leave them put together, but they won't fit like that in here. Not worth taking off a star, but worth mentioning.

Oak Chida
Thinking game for all levels.

This is a great thinking game for all your kids and even the big ones ( probably best for those over 7 years old). There are lots of cards of different difficulty levels, making it scalable for all ages. Even the adults really had to think through on some of the more difficult challenges. The game is fairly portable, and can easily be played solo.

Gregory Harvey
A fun game for tween agers!

This would be an excellent game for indoor recess times in a fourth or fifth grade classroom. It really makes you think.while it is for a single player۝, my 4th grade grandson and I had a lot of fun figuring these out together, even when we had made a mistake and didn۪t get it quite right. It is a cross between Clue and logic grids.




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