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Overall, despite its repetitive level design and brief campaign, Guerrilla Bob is a lot of fun. Whether you game on your phone or at home, the multiple difficulties, unlockable characters and endless Survival mode will keep you entertained and certainly justifies the price of admission. Younger children could find better role models than Bob: the cigar smoking, warmonger/mercenary, but for teens and adults, the game remains a good looking addition to your smartphone, tablet or PC. Just don't go looking for any meaningful themes or content, this Guerrilla is only in it for the money.
Brash Games (May 04, 2011)
I think the PC gamer of today will enjoy the first few levels of Guerrilla Bob, after that though, the whole thing becomes a repetitive slaughter-fest that will bring on the worst of headaches and ruin a pleasant afternoon. If you can get hold of a demo, by all means have a look, but otherwise I would recommend you steer clear of the PC version and stick to the iOS or Android version.
Ironhammers (Apr 18, 2011)
It’s hard not to take into account the fact that Guerrilla Bob did originate from an iOS title, and as such it cannot be deemed to be in the same development class as a retail PC game. That being said, for a predominantly singleplayer experience, the story mode isn’t long at all. I didn’t time myself, but I can’t imagine it took anything longer than two hours, and in fact the real time was probably far closer to the one hour mark, which is simply not acceptable for a PC game that lacks any real replay value. Given that Guerrilla Bob retails for only £5.95, it clearly doesn’t associate itself with the price range that the majority of new PC games sell for. However, considering the upsettingly short story mode, lack of storyline thereof, and disappointing multiplayer functionality, Guerrilla Bob is evidently a sub-average game, and deserves a score that reflects this.