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Eat, Sleep, Bet, Repeat Patch


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About This Game

Squander your fortnightly unemployment benefits in the betting shop punting on football and horse racing. Win big and live like a king and feast on kebabs and drink beer in 5d3b920ae0



Title: Eat, Sleep, Bet, Repeat
Genre: Adventure, Casual, Indie, Racing, RPG, Simulation, Sports, Strategy
Developer:
Strategic Designs Ltd.
Publisher:
Strategic Designs Ltd.
Rele


Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 7/8.1/10
  • Processor: Intel Core Duo @ 2.4GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM

English



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I've never been driven to write any kind of review before, but the 13 euro price tag on this game is completely insane and has forced me into action. An incredibly basic piece of work, i was bored in minutes. I racked up 12 hours playing time because i fell asleep while at my laptop. I tried the game a second time but still it held no interest for me. I couldn't possibly, in good conscience, recommend this game to anyone and i'm gonna wait for more reviews to appear for it and see what other people think, but i'm pretty certain it won't go down well with most people. I'd maybe pay 2 or 3 euros for it, any more than that and it's a rip off. Don't buy it.. It's not for everyone but I like it. Trying to survive as an 80's delinquent by playing the horses and having random acts of weirdness on the beach is pretty amusing. They are using their starters orders game to play out the races. Apparently in the 80's bookie shops in England, punters bet on races with only an audio call of the race. I'm only guessing because I'm from the states. Wish they would use the announcer calls for their starters orders races but I digress. So yeah it's stupid, it's fun and weird but there is nothing like it. If you like horse racing, then you should give this a go because there just isn't much out there for us.. A very unique but simple 80's game that reflects gives a nice retro feeling and an old visual style. Most of the game is spent in the betting shop trying to win on the horses (and football once a week) to survive. On starting it feels a bit repetitive. And it is! But the game grew on me after a few quick sessions and the horse racing becomes quite engaging as time goes on. The pub and beach are just add-ons that serve to give you a possible funds boost should you run low on cash. That's about it really. It does have a nice 80's feel and I would recommend this with the proviso that you remember the 80's and old betting shops! LOL. It's just an odd game. Anyway, in some wayu2019s it feels like it has something to say around run down town centres and unemployment culture and the hopeless lives that used to (and probably still do) spend their dayu2019s living this repetitive life. Maybe this game is some kind of cultural statement not normally seen in video games or maybe itu2019s just a simple game. I read on the forums something about 'staring at a Lava lamp' but it feels more like a weird retro experience rather than a game if that makes sense. I suspect a large number of gamers just won't get it but I enjoy playing it albeit in brief sittings. I think it has a lot of potential to be developed and expanded with a story and extra locations.. It's not for everyone but I like it. Trying to survive as an 80's delinquent by playing the horses and having random acts of weirdness on the beach is pretty amusing. They are using their starters orders game to play out the races. Apparently in the 80's bookie shops in England, punters bet on races with only an audio call of the race. I'm only guessing because I'm from the states. Wish they would use the announcer calls for their starters orders races but I digress. So yeah it's stupid, it's fun and weird but there is nothing like it. If you like horse racing, then you should give this a go because there just isn't much out there for us.. A terrible game, absolutely no depth to it at all. should be 11p not u00a311.. Let's get this out of the way early doors. The game doesn't have a story or any real progression, other than your bank balance growing. There aren't any upgrades and it does feel quite simplistic. But what it lacks in depth it makes up for in nostalgia. If you haven't ever been to the bookies during the 80s or 90s then you might want to avoid this one. However, if you remember a time before the casino machines took over the high street then strap yourself in. While the game may not look much from the screenshots, it does a decent job of recreating the tv screens and racing papers that were an essential part of a saturday afternoon. The football section feels a bit tacked on to be honest but it does help add some variety. The best part about the game is that you can just chill out, read through the form and pick a winner. You then get to listen to some basic commentary in the bookies and if you don't win you can drown your sorrows in the pub next door. The real challenge is trying to make your money last until your next giro gets cashed. If you are looking for a deep immersive racing game then I would suggest Starters Orders. If you've had a long day at work and you just fancy trying your luck without the risk of losing any real money then this game is really relaxing and good simple fun. A couple of suggestions for the dev. Greyhound DLC would be nice. A bit more of a tipping section in the newspaper with naps would be fun.



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