Supermarket Shriek Reviews
Whilst certainly unique and interesting, Supermarket Shriek does have its limitations. As a single-player game, it struggled to keep my attention and the gameplay is fairly repetitive. But if you do have a spare friend and a couple of microphones to use there's potential for some good fun.
Supermarket Shriek has its moments and might be the sort of chaos you're craving, However, its racing thrills can get stale and its longer levels can suck out the fun. There are worse games that use these sorts of novelties, but it won't hold your attention for long.
Supermarket Shriek tries to introduce a brilliant idea to its core gameplay, but eventually fails to deliver as the gameplay gets too repetitive.
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One of the weirdest concepts for a videogame I have ever seen, but it somehow works. While the later levels can get infuriatingly challenging compared to the earlier ones, Supermarket Shriek has a great selection of game modes, a hilarious visual style, and excellent level design that had me consistently applauding the developer.
Although it features simple gameplay at its core, Supermarket Shriek offers tons of rewarding challenges that are great fun to master.
All in all, Supermarket Shriek is pretty fun, but there are just some pacing issues that will make it hard to go back to, because you’ve probably gone back to each level at least once by the time you finish the game. However, if getting better scores and times is your thing, then this game will be up your alley.
Supermarket Shriek is an indie with a simple and fun proposal. Its controls can give a headache to more inexperienced players, but the title is still worth playing with two or more people.
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