Canadian Studio RAC7 Updates Sneaky Sasquatch for Apple Arcade
Sasquatch Not Inspired by Agent 47
Clement Goh |
Apr 30, 2020
Stealth platformer Sneaky Sasquatch takes the titular hero into an urban setting after an update was released last week.
The Apple Arcade exclusive title takes history’s most elusive creature across various campsites, where they steal food while staying in disguise from unsuspecting humans. Players do their best to stay undetected while keeping out of sight from a persistent park ranger. Its original story line was also developed in part by Vancouver-based RAC7, who based their “everyday Sasquatch stuff” into a gameplay and style similar to the award-winning Untitled Goose Game.
The latest update adds a significantly new challenge for the beloved Sasquatch, as he makes his way into town for a new life. Players can try on new disguises while strolling through diners and roads in search of a perfect meal. This time around, the Sasquatch embarks on a mission to become an office staff while climbing up the corporate ranks. This job also introduces new objectives players need to perform around the office to please staff and earn a promotion.
Police officers can also pursue the Sasquatch on sight, leading to wacky car chases if players decide to steal a car for quick getaways. Heaven might also come in the form of supermarkets stocked with food as players can explore a catalogue of meals (to steal?).
Sneaky Sasquatch‘s new update is live now for Apple Arcade owners and can be started after players finish the main storyline.
You can view a snippet of the game in a trailer from Apple here: