Beastie Bay

Beastie Bay

500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads

  • Beast-mastering
  • Kairosoft reliability
  • Entertaining and challenging
  • Childish
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Expert's Review

"What would you bring to an isolated island?"

Reviewed by / Jan 28, 2013

Beastie Bay is another great management game by Kairosoft

The guys from Kairosoft leaves us this time on an isolated island which is far from being uninhabited. Surrounded by the wild and with a few resources, would you manage to survive? That's what the game is about.

At first sight it looks like similar to other Kairosoft-style management game. However, this one introduces some new and interesting features. Besides exploring new areas and building facilities, you'll have to make the most of your animals' breeding and taming skills since that will be precisely the only way to survive savage beasts. Thus, you will have to level up your pets, train them, and lead them to bloody fights.

Somehow, it reminds to Pokémon: you become a beast master who's defending his territories thanks to his herd. However, fighting is just one side of the game. The other, as it couldn't be otherwise, is managing: building, exploring, expanding, upgrading... and other usual stuff on Kairosoft titles.

A highly-entertaining, challenging and original management game by a settled developer: Kairosoft.

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Developer's original description available here
Washed ashore a desolate island and surrounded by savage beasts, can you thrive...or merely survive?

Blaze trails into unknown territory...and then make it your own! Plant crops, build housing and power sources, and transform the island into your own personal paradise. As you progress, you'll be able to develop new gear and technology to take your adventure to the next level, including ways to travel to unexplored islands nearby!

The native fauna eyeing you as their next meal? Capture the critters, trade them with friends, and train them to fight for you! Most have elemental strengths and weaknesses, so use these to your advantage in battle.

Venture far enough afield and you may find signs of civilization. If you make the right friends, your humble isle could grow into an economic powerhouse, complete with hot springs, hotels, and heliport. The possibilities are as limitless as the horizon!

Survival of the fittest was never so fun! You call the shots as you develop your primitive isle into a luxurious slice of paradise!

* Game data is stored on your device. Save data cannot be transferred between devices, nor can it be restored after deleting or reinstalling the app.
* Certain features (e.g., removing ads) require in-app purchases and become available once you reach a certain point in the game.

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Comments and ratings for Beastie Bay
  • (69)

    by Jairo Lara on 12/04/2014

    I love this app but one thing please add this I WANT BEASTS TO EVOLVE people will love this app if they evolve.:-)

  • (69)

    by Kassandra Perez on 12/04/2014

    Hope your other games are free too.

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    by Marvin Joseph James on 12/04/2014


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    by Merriel Duncan on 12/04/2014

    I Want The Developers of This Game To Make That We Can Remodel The House They Live In,Then I Give 5 Stars!

  • (69)

    by Cristian Perez on 11/04/2014

    Boring game nothing like pokemon and the soundtrack is terrible.

  • (69)

    by Luong Chuong on 11/04/2014

    The game if great. I enjoyed it more than GameDev that I have purchase, but it has one major flaw, and that is the game constantly crashes at the time. In the beginning, it was not a huge deal, but as I get further in to the game, it start crashing so fre

  • (69)

    by Ethan Sowo on 11/04/2014