Live the big adventure of a small bee! Explore a world brimming with life in which you collect pollen, defy dangerous wasps and save your hive. Play with others in three game modes, including co-op and PvP on split screen.
As someone whose father owns bees, it was cool to see things from the inside of the hive.
Bee Simulator completely nails the fluidity and speed of bee flight. This is a great tool to have when exploring the world within the game. It isn't a true simulation title. Rather, it throws in a story and collectibles for a wider audience. And if you're into learning new factoids about insects and animals, Bee Simulator wraps all these things into one. Be wary, though, as the NPCs can come off as empty and robotic, sometimes taking away from the immersion.
A bee’s life can be a bit boring, but it’s a touching interactive story.
A touching story with loads of interesting facts about the hard working insects, but redundant as well as superficial gameplay.
All the game’s activities are painfully repetitive and simply dull. There is educational value in it and the kids should have a good time getting to know the bee world, sure, but the rest is very so-so. [01/2020, p.66]
Its one massive redeeming feature is its soundtrack, an orchestral theme that elevates the whole experience and almost saves the whole thing. It’s worth checking out for its sound work alone, but perhaps not at full price.
Bee Simulator is more of a kids action game than it is a simulator. While it has an undeniable charm, it’s short, repetitive to a fault and feels like it’s been hastily cobbled together.
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