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Boo! Greedy Kid

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Game Information

Available on:PCFeb 22, 2018

Developer: Flying Oak Games

Publisher: Plug In Digital

Genre: Action

There's a new punk kid in the house! 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 in order to grab their money and buy drinks! How greedy! Play with your own voice through one hundred levels to get to the ultimate soda treasure, but be aware of the cops coming your way to stop your greediness. FEATURES Use your own voice to scare people! Boo! (Controllers are fine too). Play it sneaky, hide behind furniture and dodge the five-o running after you. Setup strategies and distract characters by twerking your greedy butt. Complete one hundred levels of money grabbing and get the best soda. Build and share your own hellish levels with the level editor and Steam Workshop support.

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Reviews

Boo! Greedy Kid is the perfect game for speedrunners, puzzle fan aficionados, or those that like a little bit of humor in their games. The 100 levels start to run together after a while, but its pick-up-and-play nature makes it the perfect title to jump into when you've got a second to play.

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Cubed3

Athanasios
5 / 10
Cubed3

Boo! Greedy Kid is an arcade action title that plays more like a puzzler, and where the name of the game is making old people meet their maker, so that you can empty their pockets to buy a few cans of soda. Sadly, the previous synopsis is far more exciting than the actual experience of playing this, as it soon turns out to be an annoyingly repetitive, forgettable, and unimaginative deal.

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Boo! Greedy Kid is a silly little arcade title that will probably eat up a nice chunk of your time. It seems to miss the chance to make the gameplay more complex, but it still works as a simple arcade title for someone looking to kill a little time.

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