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About this game
Developer: Varsav Game Studios
Content Rating: Everyone
See the world through the eyes of a bee! Compete with other bees in races, collect pollen, perform waggle dances, and explore a world inspired by Central Park in New York. Play it with your family or friends, choosing between three modes, including co-op and vs. split-screen.
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As a game, Bee Simulator isn't all that enjoyable, but its heart is in the right place.
With its low budget looks, dreadful mini-games, and edutainment-lite styling, Bee Simulator is neither fish nor fowl. It’s not realistic or informative enough to teach you about bees, but also fails as a game, making it a signally futile endeavour. That might be forgivable for £5, but at £35 it’s an active slap in the face, and one that you should avoid at all costs.
The whole thing is an odd mix of the real-life of a bee and video game mechanics. We get the feeling that it's meant to be edutainment that would have worked better in an educational setting rather than as a light-hearted downloadable console game. That said, one doesn't cancel out the other. Bee Simulator managed to get us to view bees in a more positive light, even though they're not as huggable in real life. For the impatient or mature gamer, Bee Simulator is perhaps not a game that you'll enjoy for very long, but it works significantly better as a game aimed at kids.