Still, Sneaky Sneaky is not a bad game. At five bucks for about two hours of gameplay, I could even recommend it to fans of stealth and/or puzzles. But it is by no means a must-play, even for fans of those genres.
There is no question people enjoy playing mobile games. Seriously guys, put this game out on mobile! A simple platform change would change my impression of Sneaky Sneaky from shallow but well made and affordable PC game to fantastic, engaging, and addictive mobile game. Make it happen, Please!
Unless you're a hardcore fan of the genre, Sneaky Sneaky is too frustrating and controls too poorly to be worth $4.99.
A solid and unique game
Cute graphics, simple but fun stealth and strategy mechanics, but not a very long game.
It's perfect as a mobile time killer (on iOS only, sadly), less good as a sit-down-and-play PC title, but on the whole a neat, and cheap, little experience that'd be great for family gamers.
The game is deceptively fun and captivating, in spite of its seemingly basic interactions. Every screen is a new puzzle tasking you with figuring out what the best way to deal with the enemies is, and after your plain is laid down, there is still the issue of mechanical execution, as some of the action sequences require you to move in time with your foes.