Henry the Hamster is a long and challenging game, which thanks to its effective control system and mitigating circumstances that prevent the feeling of repetitiveness ends up scoring well in the entertainment scale. Alas it's affected by an audio environment which needed some work, particularly as the sound is so important to let the player know how to act.
Henry the Hamster Handler is a simple, inexpensive game that's simple and amusing, but that still doesn't make it worth a purchase. The problem is once I'd finished 10 of the games' 300 levels I'd seen it all. I can't help but feel more effort could have gone into creating some variety in the levels rather than churning them out in a similar fashion to the in-game hamsters themselves.
SummaryYou are Henry, the legendary one-handed hamster handler, and it's your job to save the mass-produced balls of fluff! It’s time to punch in at Hamsters Inc., where your usual menial task of hamster production and distribution has gone kaput!