Review: Boo! Greedy Kid (Steam)
In “Boo! Greedy Kid”, you play as a small brat who’s so into soda that he doesn’t blink an eye before wreaking havoc to get his favorite drink. Go frighten people with your own voice!
- Pixel art graphics.
- Controller support.
- Can set PS4/Xbox One button prompts.
- The keyboard controls can be rebound.
- Main campaign mode.
- Steam workshop support and separate mode.
- Chiptune OST.
- Three-star level score- Time, Money and stage clear.
- Ongoing tutorial through pop-ups.
- Gameplay- Sneak around and scare people whilst avoiding being caught by security or Nurses. You can hide in cupboards, Hide behind chairs and sofas and open and close doors.
- Steam achievements.
- Two scare buttons- Screaming and pulling a mooner.
- 100 levels.
- Can use your own voice to do the scaring.
- Level editor- Share through Steam workshop.
- Cheap price point.
- 227MB Download size.
- Instant loading.
- Can replay levels.
- Restart level options.
- Simple to pick up.
- Tons of replayability.
- Doesn’t require a supercomputer to play.
- Many enemies and guard types.
- 2D level design.
- Music is kind of annoying.
- Very repetitive.
- Hard at times to know what to do.
- Button presses don’t always register.
- Don’t get level goal info before playing the level.
- Only a resolution graphics option.
- No trading cards.