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  • Summary: Washed ashore a desolate island and surrounded by savage beasts, can you thrive...or merely survive?Blaze trails into unknown territory...and then make it your own! Plant crops, build housing and power sources, and transform the island into your own personal paradise. As you progress, you'll be able to develop new gear and technology to take your adventure to the next level, including ways to travel to unexplored islands nearby!The native fauna eyeing you as their next meal? Capture the critters, trade them with friends, and train them to fight for you! Most have elemental strengths and weaknesses, so use these to your advantage in battle.Venture far enough afield and you may find signs of civilization. If you make the right friends, your humble isle could grow into an economic powerhouse, complete with hot springs, hotels, and heliport. The possibilities are as limitless as the horizon!Survival of the fittest was never so fun! You call the shots as you develop your primitive isle into a luxurious slice of paradise!* Game data is stored on your device. Save data cannot be transferred between devices, nor can it be restored after deleting or reinstalling the app.* Certain features (e.g., removing ads) require in-app purchases and become available once you reach a certain point in the game. Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. Feb 8, 2013
    A note on in-app purchases: the free, ad-supported version of Beastie Bay is robust and enjoyable and, as far as I can tell, in no way different than the paid version. $4.99 strips the game of advertisements and lets players use their iDevice's portrait mode. Portrait mode is, admittedly, the superior way to play Beastie Bay, but there's an inordinate amount of well-designed, well-executed fun to be had for free.
  2. Feb 19, 2013
    Beastie Bay is a fast-paced endeavor that anyone looking to sculpt an island into a bustling resort on their mobile device should check out.
  3. Feb 28, 2013
    The best parts of Beastie Bay make me wish it was exclusively a simulation; Kairosoft's fusion of creature collection and island simulation is charming, but shallow combat and repetition kill the desire to catch 'em all.
  4. Feb 13, 2013
    Despite such signs of a changing market, Beastie Bay might not be the finest of titles from the developer but there’s still satisfaction to be had, once fully understood, although don’t expect to be able to play across multiple devices as there’s still, oddly, no iCloud save support.
  5. Feb 12, 2013
    Beastie Bay isn't as multi-layered as the games it is based on, plus its battle system is lacking, but the great simulation features may still keep you coming back for more.
  6. Feb 18, 2013
    Beastie Bay is a decent Pokemon-like layered on top of familiar Kairosoft mechanics. While I pointed out many criticisms of the game, there is something gratifying about the simple progression and cheery nature of Beastie Bay. It falls short of the bar set by other serious monster catching titles, but the interaction between simulation and hunting is just enough to pull you through the game’s arc.
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  1. Jan 3, 2014
    Beastie Bay is a fun experience. It is very similar to games such as SimCity and Pokémon and it is very simple to play. The art style is a nice touch, being a nod to the NES games. The game is pretty simple, yet fun. The battles are fun but later into the game they become to much frequent at the point of frustation. The island managing feature is weird but works. Beastie Bay is a fun experience, much more better than most of iOS games like Angry Birds and really deserves more attetion. Collapse