YAY! I got to play the Stray Game!
It was a fun game to play but I found it to be a very short game. Too short for the price you have to pay for it. There is a small chance for replay value, it would be nice if they added new content somehow, like some DLC or something.
I may try and play it again maybe in a month or so. After I get rid of that hatred for those pesky little mole-like creatures called Zurks, mutated bacteria that can swarm and devour the cat. The Sentinels, security drones who will attempt to shoot the player upon spotting them, weren’t that big of a threat in my opinion.
|Lost, alone, and separated from family, a stray cat must untangle an ancient mystery to escape a long-forgotten city.|
Stray is a third-person cat adventure game set amidst the detailed, neon-lit alleys of a decaying cybercity and the murky environments of its seedy underbelly. Roam surroundings high and low, defend against unforeseen threats, and solve the mysteries of this unwelcoming place inhabited by curious droids and dangerous creatures.
See the world through the eyes of a cat and interact with the environment in playful ways. Be stealthy, nimble, silly, and sometimes as annoying as possible with the strange inhabitants of this mysterious world.
Along the way, the cat befriends a small flying drone, known only as B-12. With the help of this newfound companion, the duo must find a way out.
Stray is developed by BlueTwelve Studio, a small team from the south of France mostly made up of cats and a handful of humans.
The puzzles were somewhat challenging and I eventually managed to solve them. I didn’t manage to get 100% of all the memories in the game, so that will be my reason to replay the game again in order to get that 100% completion trophy.
There was one point in the game where you are supposed to let your partner in crime out of jail and when you get him out he walked toward another gate to open it, but for some reason, he glitched and stopped at the railing and didn’t move. So I was running all over the place trying to figure out what to do.
I eventually figured that the game glitched and I restarted, thankfully the game put me back at the last save point, and then the robot eventually did what he was supposed to do and I was able to continue the game.
Where is that Darn Vending Machine?
I found three of the four Energy Drink Vending Machines, but I had a really hard time finding that fourth vending machine. This was the only part of the game that wasted a lot of my game-playing time. Sure the Zurks were a huge pain in the butt, but I found myself wandering around the city looking for that fourth vending machine for what seemed like forever.
I managed to find it and I’ll let you in on the secret location, but only if you promise to like my blog and follow it. LOL, I’ll give you a hint, and that it is above the robot watching the TV in an alleyway. That’s all you’ll need to know. The other three are there on ground level and you can’t miss them.
Watch The Stray Game Ending
I really liked this Stray Game I only wish it was a lot longer because the price you pay for it should give you at least a few days worth of play. I ended up finishing it in about one day, and that was while drinking nice cold beers and constantly running to the washroom to pee. Watch the video below to see how it ends.
If you love kitty cats then you’ll love the Stray Game also. It is actually a lot of fun. There was some rage quit moments, but not bad enough to actually rage quit.
The Stray Game was short, but there is replay value if you didn’t find all of the memories in order to get 100% game completion. And let’s hope that they do add more content in the future. Maybe even a chapter/level about what happened after the cat got to the outside world?
Have you played the game yet? If you like to, you can buy it on Amazon Here. Comment below if you have and tell me what you thought of the Stray Game.