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Mixed or average reviews- based on 14 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 3 out of 14
  2. Negative: 6 out of 14

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  1. Feb 20, 2012
    Sneak King did entertain me and make me laugh, however is humor enough to make this an enjoyable game? Sneak King is somewhat open world which I think was a great choice of the developers. Sure, it isn't that fun to explore the open world but it is cool to give people burgers even when you are not playing a 'level'. The game kept me interested for a while with its wide variety of places to hide, but the game is still very repetitive. Heres how a level normally goes: "Wait for hungry person, hide behind them or in some object you can hide in, surprise them, watch a funny animation, repeat". You do the same thing over and over again! However, the game is only about $5 on Amazon and eBay, so you are not being ripped off or anything, although I wouldn't recommend buying this for over $5. Expand
  2. Jan 12, 2013
    This game is a one trick pony of a game. Oh, what a creepy and interesting game it is. Sneaking about, hiding, waiting for the right moment to expose yourself...and a tasty hot meal, is so funny and weird. It keeps the game interesting enough for a little bit. However, your task never grows beyond finding the hungry person, hiding, and popping out when they walk by. You'll lose interest in the game, probably within the first hour, unless you just HAVE to get the achievements. Missions get kinda long, the game is pretty ugly. But hell, the game has a sense of humor, it's fun to see at least. Expand
  3. Nov 13, 2011
    Sneaking around giving people Burger King food in a game may sound weird, but it is great for a cheap gaming experience. The graphics are a little outdated and the gameplay is difficult.
  4. Jan 18, 2013
    Quite possibly the greatest game ever made. The stealth mechanics rival those of Snake himself. Whether I was stalking my prey silently or waiting in a box to deliver a deliciously juicy final blow I enjoyed every moment. The solid single player experience spans four levels and while challenges may get repetitive, even today you can enjoy the stealth action Angus attacks regardless of how many others own the game. Expand
  5. Rem
    Jul 11, 2013
    If I had to choose between pulling my own wisdom tooth out with pliers or play this game, I'd play this game, but it's still an awful cash in product. With no story to carry it along you move the creepy mascot in a game that promotes stealth, but don't use any fundamental mechanics that actually work. The game is painfully slow probably to pad out the game length but that's no excuse to make only one mission in terms of variety. It's torture to play a game that comes with blocky and ugly graphics. The audio works, but it's not music to the ears. Worst of all, this makes Burger King look worse than it should be with this kind of promotion. It's not the best of games, and for good reason. Expand

Mixed or average reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 16
  2. Negative: 4 out of 16
  1. 67
    The hilarity of watching the King creep around and then cap off a crazy dance by handing over some sort of food is worth it and you pretty much have to own it just so you can say that you do.
  2. The gameplay is one-note repetitive, the environments are stupidly simplistic, and the product placement is overtly in your face. [Holiday 2006, p.78]
  3. Sneak King gets stale ridiculously fast. At least the achievements are easy.