SPY mouse HD
By Electronic Arts
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Danger. Intrigue. Stealth. Cheese! It’s SPY mouse HD for iPad! With HD quality graphics, help Agent Squeak feed his need for cheese as he embarks on his biggest bite-sized mission ever!
SPY MOUSE HIGHTAILS IT TO iPAD!
• BIGGER, BOLDER, AND BRIGHTER – Get more danger, more intrigue and, most importantly, more cheese with vivid HD-quality graphics.
• COLLECT SUPER SECRET DOSSIERS – Gather clandestine information and clues that will help you complete dangerous missions.
SNEAK, SCAMPER AND SNACK THROUGH 80+ LEVELS.
Complete 83 stages across 7 different worlds on your quest for cheese. Discover secret levels and hidden areas. Foil traps with fake mice and speed up with chili pepper boosts!
EVADE FELINE FOES
Slip past cunning cats with zany gadgets, gizmos and power-ups. Craft sneaky strategies to avoid detection! Sharpen your subterfuge and survive 7 epic boss battles.
BE STEALTHY WITH COVERT CONTROLS
Guide Agent Squeak through puzzling scenarios and complete missions with fingertip control. It’s easy to learn – but be warned! There’s enough strategy-based action to challenge the most seasoned spy mice.
The mouse hole just got bigger on iPad!
What's New in Version 1.1.1
Fixed an issue where the save file may not correctly load if the player is signed into Game Center but not Origin and the game is launched while offline. A special thanks to the agents that helped investigate this issue!
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We appreciate the continued help of players to identify and detail bugs. Firemint is dedicated to updating our games regularly to make sure they deliver the very best gaming experience.
If you have any issues to report or suggestions to make, please visit our support site at: http://www.firemint.com/support
As soon as I saw the EA logo, I knew this would be a pandering, desperate grab for money, and EA surely disappoints in this title. The "2 cheese power up is really not a power up at all, but really just a function of the level you're on. But, in a lame attempt to sell more copies or in game resources, they tout it as if something happened besides your simply progressing through the game.
And the progress, oh my word it's easy. Like, offensively easy. When you are supposed to be dodging cats, you can literally walk right past their face in the early levels, and sometimes you can complete the level with a complete disregard for the obstacles. It shows how the customer is regarded as not worth the time to develop a interesting puzzle, or even worth setting up the timing of the already existing puzzle.
While the line drawing concept proved ok in the air craft landing game, here it is wasted on a contrived POS pumped out to get people to "like their page to play the secret level" which is found, again, by simply progressing through the game (and not by doing something special). Screw you EA, as we still remember SOPA and pulling content from Steam and Origin's blatantly invasive EULA, and shame on you Firemint for signing up with such a terrible company.
~ I can't believe the app is free, when I got it a long time ago it was .99 cents, I thought it was amazing and TOTALLY worth it then for my dollar, now YOU can buy it for free I guess- there are endless levels, it doesn't update constantly but there are no problems- except I've beaten all the worlds and I'm waiting for some more levels... :) what I think would be a cool new world would be space or candy land~ although I can only image a candy cat- awkward but cool, a cat in a space suit would be slow... Anyways you really need to get this app if you don't have it it's a wonderful game I stayed up all day and night playing the first day I got it and I was determined to beat my friend so after the endless hours I beat it before her even though she had bought it first. The game has great potential and I hope to get some new levels soon!
A real review
Okay...A+ for grabbing it while it was free...maybe because it was time for another mega-fake-review session? I don't know but I remember when reviews were genuine for the most part...here is one for you.
I bought the iPhone version about a year ago. Haven't played it much since. But I did complete the whole game on it, it topped out at the haunted house or what not. I do notice a couple of differences (I haven't updated the old version, have a backup on hand):
1) What happened to making the secret levels hidden? They are so easy to notice now.
2) Uhm...hidden levels often? There were no hidden levels in world 1 & 2 that I noticed...????
3) the popup making a big point about power ups is ANNOYING. Show me once or twice, I get it.
4) Easier to control on the iPad over 640x960.
Lastly, minus one star by default for making a big deal about IAPs (???) and using fake reviewers/fraudsters/airheads.
- Category: Games
- Updated: May 31, 2012
- Version: 1.1.1
- Size: 108 MB
- Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: Electronic Arts Inc.
- Spy mouse is a trademark of Firemint Pty Ltd. © 2011 Firemint Pty Ltd.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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