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Live the life of a Sasquatch and do regular, everyday Sasquatch stuff like: <br>- Sneak around campsites<br>- Disguise yourself in human clothing<br>- Eat food from unguarded coolers and picnic baskets <br>- Play a quick 9 holes at the golf course<br>- Go fishing at the lake<br>- Cook sausages on an engine block<br>- Get chased around by the park ranger<br>- Dig up buried treasure<br>- Take a driving test and get your driver’s license<br>- Shred some powder at the ski hill<br>- Buy, upgrade, and race vehicles at the racetrack<br>- And more!
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I’m a man in my late twenties with children. I played video games growing up, but have not owned a gaming console since I was 18. IOS games are the extent of my “gaming” experience these days. Second, I have never reviewed a game before, but felt this one earned it. This game has SO much, it’s very light and easy to play, but does have some challenging components later in the game. Any poor review that complains about it being too “grindy” or that racing is too difficult is just ridiculous. I’ve logged 23 hours over the course of a few months with this game, and I’ve accomplished everything. That’s an average of 15 minutes a day. That’s not “grindy” that’s just a way to keep the game interesting for more than a week. If you want a game that you can binge overnight, this isn’t for you. If you want one with substance that will keep you entertained for a while, this is the most fun IOS game I’ve ever played. Too many of the poor reviews are coming from children. I’ve played “grindy” games like the “Scapes” series or similar games where the monotonous gameplay, adds, and in-app purchases drive you mad. This game has none of the above. I can not say enough good about Sneaky Sasquatch.
This is a whimsical, original, light adventure that is accessible to just about anyone. It is fun to play and progress, exploring all the different areas and aspects of the world the Sasquatch is in. It’s a great game, easy to complete without much in the way of real difficult. Pick up, play a few minutes here and there, put it down. Easy, engaging, interesting, fun. Except... Driving. It isn’t required to get an ‘S’ class license to beat the game, but it is a component of the game that would otherwise be unfinished if you don’t. Getting that license requires a driving test. The driving test (for the ‘S’ class license) is infuriatingly difficult and borderline impossible. The driving mechanics interfere with actually driving- you’ve got to trace your finger around the screen to guide the car, meaning that your hand is always obscuring some part of the screen. In effect, you’re driving blind through numerous hairpin curves, but driving into any wall is sudden death. Avoid the cones at all costs, while your car is being completely obscured by your hand. When you actually get the license and unlock that race, it’s literally one hundred laps. 100. Laps. I want to finish it, but the idea of completing 100 laps- devoting all my attention to controlling that car for all the time it takes to do 100 laps, is nearly insane. The game loses all of its whimsical nature at that point, and borders on ridiculous infuriating insanity.
SPOILER ALERT! I’ve never reviewed a game before, but for this fantastic game I felt compelled. It was so enticing and rewarding that I beat the game in a day. I’ve never felt so gripped by a mobile game, but they’ve created a new experience for me that no other iOS game has given me. The search for all the treasure map pieces was the most satisfying adventure within itself. The multiple ways to earn coins was very pleasant to see and kept the game fresh at all times. I recommend fishing and selling your catch to the fisherman beneath the lake for quick coin. Although it’s satisfying to earn lots of coin, this game makes the grind much more than for money. Having to SKI, RACE, GOLF, USE DYNAMITE TO BLAST A CAVE BLOCKAGE, RETRIEVE A DUCKS HAT, FULFILL THE WISH OF A TALKING FISH, AND FEEDING A BEAR FISH FOR SOME ASSISTANCE?! Pure creative genius. and fun ways to inspire the players to search and interact with all the wonderful environment. Also the music is great even despite being repetitive. :,) As a music producer I appreciated it very much, Major credit to the music producer behind it. Thanks to all the developers for an amazing mobile gaming experience I could binge. 10/10 -got my drifting drivers license as a Sasquatch
The game itself its fine but... There is a couple questions I have for the game itself. Did you add this feature in on accident? So I accidentally ran in to the worker duck with a truck trying to give it lumber and the duck got pushed in the bush so when I talk to the duck it’s nowhere to be seen. If you’re to lazy to push the duck out the push you just have to get out the area and come back. Did you add this feature to the game on accident? 2 : Can Sasquatch wear the ranger outfit and not get caught out of any mischief? So I already beat the game and I got the ranger outfit so I’m trying to find the foxes to do some mischief quests. And I want to scare campers and hide without the bushes. So I tried scaring a camper after that wearing the ranger outfit to think the rangers that I was NOT Sasquatch. It didn’t work out. But if I have it on and don’t cause trouble that the rangers think Im not Sasquatch. The first ranger we meet I think they should ALWAYS know that where not the ranger if where wearing and since I beat the game and saved the camp that means he trusts me. If I cause mischief he should be the person chasing me cause the other rangers don’t know about this.
Sneaky Sasquatch is one of my favorite games. I love that you get a month free of Apple Arcade so I could play this game. I love all the challenges and I love that I can go golfing, racing, and skiing. And they actually make those mini games pretty fun. However I wish that this game was longer. If there was another update that made the game longer I would like it. I finished this game within a week. But it could be longer for other people because I literally gamed on it whenever I could. Making the game longer to play would make this game a longer trend instead of having a shorter game and having a shorter trend. I mean you can still play it and play the mini games but it isn’t as fun without looking for the treasure map pieces. You could even make a new map and add a place like a dessert or even a big rainforest. You could add a tribe of Sasquatch’s in it and have them hang out. In conclusion I think that you guys should make this game longer for me and many others who have pretty much finished it.
Developed by RAC7 Games.
Sneaky Sasquatch is ranking in Games & Adventure & Simulation
Last update was at Dec 17, 2019and the current version is 1.2.1.
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Sneaky Sasquatch have a 2 170a user reviews.
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