Did you know that Leonardo da Vinci loved cats? That's just one of the many actual facts you learn as you play through sixty (60) well crafted logic puzzles that start easy, thanks to a tutorial, and get very hard. Each involves dragging and dropping one of nine Leonardo da Vinci-inspired devices into place on a path so that his cat can pick up a reward without getting bonked, dunked or fried. There's no explicitly graphic or worrisome content other than classic cartoon violence, and this cat has an unlimited number of lives. Commentary -- with a slight British accent -- is provided by Leonardo himself, depicted as a white-bearded old inventor with the voice of actor Patrick Stewart. In the story, Leonardo’s latest invention, the Automaton, has been stolen by Michelangelo. You send Scungilli, Leonardo’s cat, into an ancient city to find the parts. Each level contains a animated movie that illustrates some of the actual products made by Da Vinci. The game takes place in Amboise, an animated version of da Vinci's studio. The more levels you play, the more robot parts you collect that are used to reassemble da Vinci’s Automaton.