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Snark Busters: All Revved Up tells the incredible story of Jack Blair, a world famous racecar driver who puts his career on hold to catch the Snark. Join Jack as he jumps between the real world and the inverted realms inside of mirrors in an attempt to catch his quarry. Solve whimsical puzzles, explore worlds of exquisite detail, and keep your eyes peeled for hundreds of cleverly Hidden Objects!

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Snark Busters: All Revved Up
In Brief
Snark Busters: All Revved Up is the second in the Snark series and is a Hidden Object Game and was originally given away on November 25 2018, where it received a positive 88% from 40 votes with 6 comments, which you can see HERE.
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Introduction:
Help the racer Jack Blair in his pursuit of Snark in the part of breath-taking series of games about Snark! Are you ready to join the ravishing adventures that will transfer you to another reality with myriads of imaginary worlds? Here you appear in the era when the greatest inventions were made. The era of dirigibles and steam trains. The era of the greatest inventions and mystifications. So brace yourself for incredible adventures in the company of notorious Formula 0 champion Jack Blair, who has everything and now his dream is to catch Snark!
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Lots of miraculous realms are open, where you’ll dive into mirrors and materialize in the prehistoric age to unfreeze mammoths and meet dinosaurs. Look into another mirror and materialize at a mysterious fair with bizarre clowns and conjurers or fly in the steampunk dirigible!
There are a lot of colourful hidden object scenes in the game Snark Busters: All Revved Up. Explore all of them to assist Jack and chase his dream of catching Snark. Solve mini-games and find parts of broken keys, unlock closed doors, repair torn electrical wires and even join Jack in inventing new devices. Explore his laboratory and help him find necessary tools.
There are lots of theories of what Snark is? Some people think this monster symbolizes happiness and inspiration, that’s why there are so many people chasing it.

Edited reference accessed HERE. 25th November 2018
The Game:
The original Snark Busters: Welcome to the Club was a fantastic game, so it was with high hopes that I went into Snark Busters 2: All Revved Up, the second chapter in Alawar’s Snark-hunting game series. And it does not disappoint; Snark Busters 2 falls just a wee bit short of the very high standard set by the first game but it is still a very enjoyable romp through a bright, bizarre steampunk world.
You are Jack Blair, world famous auto racer, following in the footsteps of your grandfather Robert, whose prowess surpassed even your own. The greatest race driver the world had ever seen, Robert disappeared at the height of his fame under circumstances most mysterious: he drove into a tunnel while running his last race but never came out the other end. No trace of him was ever found. Perhaps one day your legend will outshine even his, but for now you’ve left the racing world behind in pursuit of other, even more exciting and exotic adventures as a Snark Buster!
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Snark Busters 2 relies on fragmented objects rather than conventional hidden object searches to drive the action forward. Veteran HOG lovers should feel at home, while new players will find the introductory tutorial easy to follow yet very thorough. The game is broken up into six different levels, each of which must be passed before you; that is, Jack can gain admittance to the Snark Busters club and the hot new race car they want you to drive.
Each area begins with several fragmented objects that must be assembled and then put to use in various ways, with the ultimate goal of retrieving a special medallion that will open the portal to the next level. There are a few puzzles to solve along the way, including one or two particularly good brain-teasers, and some of the fragmented object searches can be quite challenging, but the game has a comprehensive help function that will keep things moving along at a good pace and that recharges quickly, too.
The gameplay in Snark Busters 2 is quite good but the game’s real strength comes from the unique and very interesting world in which it’s set. Nodnol is a weird place, to put it mildly. Everything runs on steam, so pipes, valve and assorted bits of unusual plumbing are everywhere, yet the technology is still very advanced. Your travels will take you to an elaborate tree house, a great, luxurious airship, a strange amusement park and more, as well as through the “backward worlds” the Snark hides in on the other side of mirrors. Your pursuit of the mythical creature, meanwhile, is echoed in the pursuit of you by Jessica Marrey, the persistent television news host who chronicled the hijinks of Kira Robertson and her father in the first game and is now determined to break the story of Jack Blair.
Kira gets a mention in Snark Busters 2, which is a nice touch but also highlights the game’s one failing: it’s just not quite as wonderfully charming as its predecessor. Where Kira was a sly, lovable rogue in the first game, Jack Blair comes across as vacuous and arrogant in this one, and even worse isn’t nearly as interesting a character. It’s all played for laughs, but it lacks the self-deprecating appeal that made Kira so much fun. The absence of a sub-plot like the one involving her overprotective father is surprisingly noticeable, and the fact that we don’t come a single step closer to the Snark than we were at the start of Welcome to the Club is actually a bit disappointing.
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On the other hand, it’s a very lively game, with plenty of animations, sound effects and other such goings-on to keep things engaging. It’s bright, exaggerated graphical style is visually striking and although the jaunty music can become a little overbearing at times, it’s an ideal soundtrack for the pseudo-Victorian setting. And it’ll keep you busy for a good while, too, with at least three hours of good, solid gameplay.
And to be honest, if Snark Busters 2 doesn’t quite live up to the standard of its predecessor, that’s at least in part because the original game set the mark so very, very high. But it’s challenging, amusing and an awful lot of fun, and that’s really the point, isn’t it? The Snark Busters club is a very exclusive one, with membership reserved for only the best and the brightest, and Snark Busters 2: All Revved Up is definitely a worthy addition to the roster
Edited reference accessed HERE. Originally posted by Andy Chalk on Apr 26, 2011, reposted by Whiterabbit-uk 25th November 2018


Other Reviews and Videos of Snark Busters: All Revved Up:
You can see community comments from Big Fish games HERE
You can see several in-game videos of game play HERE, HERE (русский), HERE (Nederlands), HERE, HERE, HERE (日本人), HERE & HERE and a written walkthrough HERE plus a walkthrough strategy guide HERE.
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Conclusion:
Snark Busters: All Revved Up has fun level designs and high-quality production values with a unique style, though the story is a little confusing. Not as good as the first in the series, but definitely still worth downloading. I reckon HOG fans will enjoy playing this.
You can get all three Snark Busters games via Steam as a 6 in 1 bundle HERE that includes Snark Busters: Welcome to the Club, Snark Busters: High Society, Snark Busters: All Revved Up, House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets Collector's Edition, House of 1000 Doors: Palm of Zoroaster Collector's Edition, House of 1000 Doors: Serpent Flame Collector's Edition. for only £2.24/$2.99, or there’s an even better HOG bundle HERE; called HOG Bundle of Bundles, that contains four bundles (Hidden Object 4-in-1 bundle, Hidden Object 5-in-1 bundle, Hidden Object 6-in-1 bundle). There is a total of 20/21 HOG’s (Snark Busters: Welcome to the Club, Snark Busters: High Society, Snark Busters: All Revved Up, House of 1000 Doors: Family Secrets Collector's Edition, House of 1000 Doors: Palm of Zoroaster Collector's Edition, House of 1000 Doors: Serpent Flame Collector's Edition, Behind the Reflection 2: Witch's Revenge, Mountain Crime: Requital, Vampire Saga: Pandora's Box, Weird Park: Broken Tune, Twisted Lands: Shadow Town, Stray Souls: A Dollhouse Story, House of 1,000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster, Dark Strokes: Sins of the Fathers, Eternal Journey: New Atlantis, Cruel Games: Red Riding Hood, Kronville: Stolen Dreams, Panopticon: Path of Reflections, Lake House: Children of Silence Collector's Edition, The Other Side: Tower of Souls, & Mexicana: Deadly Holiday). There’s actually 21 games, but one is repeated as a standard and collectors editions (House of 1,000 Doors: The Palm of Zoroaster).
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Notes on Security
I scanned a zipped copy of the installed game and it found three hits (Yandex, Zoner & Zillya) from 59 antimalware engines. This is actually insignificant and almost certainly a false positive. Of the 3 at least 2 regularly show up as positive hits with most free game sites like MyPlayCity (MPC), TooMky Games and the weekday contributor Falcoware Games (though since Falcoware removed their installer, most of their games come back with zero hits and are super clear of any malware). The more recognisable anti-malware engines such as Avast, Kaspersky, Bit Defender and others from the 57 anti-malware engines used to scan the installed game all give the game a clean bill of health.

I've been installing .MPC games for many years, even when they used to include the toolbar addons, and have never had any issues with any of their games. The downloaded executable 'may' include some low level adware that only opens your browser to MPC's home page after the game has installed and places a few shortcuts onto your desktop (which can be safely deleted once the game has installed). The installation ''DOES NOT'' inject any malware into your system. When your browser is opened to MPC's home page when the game has been installed, it earns MPC some money through the adverts seen on their site; part of which is given to the developer of the game for allowing the game to be given away for free. All MPC's games are commercial games sold on other sites like Alawar, Big Fish Games and Gamehouse. You can see the results of the scan via the following link once I've uploaded the installed game:


https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/a94da057500380cc24be428fa684a2022994510c3b090ebef2871f6d2a1cdfa8/detection

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  28 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+19)

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Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  25 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

Whiterabbit-uk,

Please excuse my lack of moderation today; we lost one of a pair of dwarf rabbits early this morning, (called Winnie) ;who, over the eight years we had looked after her, had become a dearly loved member of our family. It always surprises me how much pets can affect you so much when they pass. We are all literally devastated by her passing, especially as her partner, who we inherited from a friend of our daughter (who couldn't be bothered looking after him) was a couple of years older than her (he's over 10 years old) and we had always assumed he would go first.

We've been hand feeding him for almost two years since his jaw became displaced because of a benign bone tumour that has slightly displaced his jaw, so he can't eat solid food any more and has to have monthly teeth cutting appointments to the vets. I have to get up every morning around 4am just to ensure he has his regular feeds (every three to four hours max'). Rabbits have to eat regularly otherwise their guts cease up and can be fatal.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  24 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)
#6

Sorry about Winnie.

We just recently had to put to sleep the Chihuahua we were sitting from time to time. She had cancer too. It's so sad but I always think about how they are now painfree and forever running free over the rainbow bridge.

Reply   |   Comment by Anthea  –  24 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Anthea,

Hi Anthea, sorry for the late reply. Thank you for your kind words. As I said to a couple of other community members .

i.e.

We buried Winnie Saturday evening, after letting her partner (Nessie) sit on and next to her for several hours (we'd been advised by a rabbit expert to allow this).

When we buried her we showed him what we were doing. Yesterday morning when we let him out for his morning run, he went straight to her grave and sat there for an hour. Later when he'd gone back inside (we gave the rabbits the garage and the snug room (12' x 12') as their home when we moved to this home eight years ago as we don't believe in cages, plus it was a spare room and we rarely used the garage for cars), our cat sat on the grave; within minutes Nessie came running out and tried to bite her, (he has a benign tumour on his jaw so can't bite properly; we have to hand feed him every three hours including over night), shooing her off, then stood guard over her grave for a few hours before wandering back indoors. Just shows their intelligence and bonds to each other.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Whiterabbit-uk,
The bond between animals never ceases to amaze me - those wonderful creatures.

I had a cat for years when I was living alone. In the same building was another cat, much older which after some years died. My cat mourned the loss of him for weeks and it took me days to understand why she acted so stranger until it finally clicked - her friend was no more. No they are both together in heaven.

Reply   |   Comment by Anthea  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Anthea,

Hi Anthea, sorry to hear you lost your cat. I dread the day our cat, who we rescued from an uncaring single guy, who kept her in an outside shed and left food, that was basically eaten by other cats in the area. We noticed how thin she was so started to feed her. Just before we moved to our new home eight years ago, she'd got so used to coming to our house,, we bought a collar and tied a message to it asking if anyone owned the cat (we didn't know the details of the owner at the time, and were told later by a neighbour who lived across from us, who discovered that the owner lived in the house directly behind theirs. and knew about the poor treatment of the cat. Anyway just before we moved we needed to take one of our guinea pigs to the vets so took the cat as well just on the off chance that she had been tagged. Which it turned out she had, so the vet said we would not be able to take her home as she had to be (by law) returned to the owner detailed on the electronic tag. That evening we got a call from the owner (because I'd left a note attached to the collar with our telephone number) asking if we would like to take her, which of course we did. He did impart some history and it turned out that she had been living on a farm (almost feral apparently)and had become pregnant, all but one of her kittens had been given away. When the guy who eventually took her went to the farm for a kitten, he was asked if he would take the cat as well

With respect to our dwarf rabbit Nessie, we've been taking it in turns to sleep in the family room since Winnie passed away Saturday. It's next to the room and garage that we gave to the rabbits; we also have left the door open to the room and Nessie has slept next to the sofa we have been using. He has either stayed with us almost constantly since Winnie passed or has sat on her grave (that we filled with perennial flowers yesterday to mark the grave) . Emily, my daughter is either going to make a statue of a rabbit (she's a really good sculptress), or buy a ready made one to put next to the grave and flowers.

We are still uncertain as to whether or not to get a 'replacement' for Winnie; the main concern is perpetuating the loneliness when one of any pair passes away plus not all replacements will bond. We are in touch with a rabbit sanctuary, but at the moment they don't have any suitable candidates. I've yet to contact the RSPCA to see if they have any suitable rabbits ( they have to be at least 7 or 8 years old).

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Whiterabbit-uk,

Thank you. I was holding her in my arms all the way to the vet when we had to put her down.
What a story. I am sure she is well with you. Cats normally know with which persons they want to stay.
The second cat we have now also chose us - she came last August, hungry, matted and afraid - trying to get food from the other cat we have. After some days he was still looking the same, so I started to pet him and then could comb him and while he was eating I started cutting out his worst hair knots. Another couple of days I went to the vet with him to see if he is chipped. Which he wasn't and he also wasn't neutered. So I put him on our national platform where you can add your missing or running up pets. Nobody asked for him, only one lady but her boy had yellow eyes and ours has blue-greenish ones (he is black). After the period of 2 months (I think) you can keep the pet. So I immediately got him chipped and vaccinated and whatever. In November we moved to our home (from a flat) and of course the cats had to stay inside, which he didn't like. On night he run away and it took us some days to lure him back home and of course he caught a cold. So it took some more weeks until he could be neutered and he was going beserk inside. My husband works often from home (journalist, not only due to Corona) and was a wreck about it. Eventually the time has passed, we got him neutered and opened the door. He never left anymore and is an avid snuggler now.
We wanted a second cat again but said we wait until after the move so we don't have to move a new cat - the universe had other plans. Now here we are with our boys, a redish-caramel tiger called Jesse James and the black one called Seamus - they are not friends but the house and surrounding is big enough for both of them. They are always near.

How nice your daughter would be able to make a statue. Nessie is still sad too, he needs some time, I would say. Yeah, the bonding for a different pair is always a bit tricky or not happening (see our cats). As long as Nessie is with you all he is surely well and who knows suddenly a new friend for him shows up.

Reply   |   Comment by Anthea  –  21 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Anthea,

My daughter wanted to be a vet initially; her best friends mother is a vet and it inspired her. She's always had an affinity with all the animals we've had or taken in as strays since she was a toddler.

When she was in her second year at sixth form (UK 16 to 18), she arranged a two week work experience at an animal sanctuary that we'd taken a couple of animals to after finding they were injured (a pigeon and a hedgehog). It was within communing distance from our home (about 45 mins drive). It changed her mind about applying for courses at university that would lead to becoming a vet because she couldn't bear the part of the job that involved putting animals to sleep. Even in the two weeks she spent at the sanctuary she'd become too attached to many of the animals she had been given responsibility for feeding, cleaning etc, that included a fox, a barn owl and a badger.

While she was at the sanctuary she saw several animals put down because they had been too severely injured; (the sanctuary was for wild animals not domestic pets).

When she was picked up at the end of the day she would often burst into tears immediately, on the days she'd had to witness animals being euthanised.

Stay safe and have a great week. :)

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  20 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Whiterabbit-uk,
I understand well why she refused.

My sister is a zookeeper (well not for big animals) and did her apprenticeship in a sanctuary. Everytime I was there I wanted to take home all the cats and dogs. I have no idea how my sister dealt with all this putting down, even they didn't have to do it as frequently as with your daughters sanctuary.

Same to you and your family.

Reply   |   Comment by Anthea  –  20 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#5

My heart goes out to you concerning Winnie. Our pets are really family and they teach us unconditional love.

Reply   |   Comment by unruly  –  24 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

unruly,

Thank you for your kind words unruly, appreciated.

We buried Winnie last night, after letting her partner (Nessie) sit on and next to her for several hours (we'd been advised by a rabbit expert to do allow this).

When we buried her we showed him what we were doing. This morning when we let him out for his morning run, he went straight to her grave and sat there for an hour. Later when he'd gone back inside (we gave the rabbits the garage and the snug room (12' x 12') as their home as we don't believe in cages, plus it was a spare room and we rarely used the garage for cars); our cat sat on the grave, within minutes Nessie came running out and tried to bite her (he has a benign tumour on his jaw so can't bite properly; we have to hand feed him regularly), shooing her off, then stood guard over her grave for a few hours before wandering back indoors.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#4

I just wanted to mention, that the Snark Busters games are a great introduction to the genre. I had tried one or two HOGs before, but found them too difficult, too hard to understand, didn't know what to do or how to do it, and were generally unenjoyable. For whatever reason, I decided to try the Snark Busters, (both one and two) and they were easy but not too easy, interesting, and very easy to follow. I have since tried several other HOGs, and have come to enjoy them after all! So - if you haven't tried a HOG, or did but couldn't get very far, give the Snarks a try!

Reply   |   Comment by Catlady  –  24 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#3

Sorry about your loss. Rabbits are wonderful pets. Terrible loss.
I like this series of games.

Reply   |   Comment by Roookii  –  24 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Roookii,

Thank you for your kind words Roookii, appreciated.

We buried Winnie last night, after letting her partner (Nessie) sit on and next to her for several hours (we'd been advised by a rabbit expert to do allow this).

When we buried her we showed him what we were doing. This morning when we let him out for his morning run, he went straight to her grave and sat there for an hour. Later when he'd gone back inside (we gave the rabbits the garage and the snug room (12' x 12') as their home as we don't believe in cages, plus it was a spare room and we rarely used the garage for cars); our cat sat on the grave, within minutes Nessie came running out and tried to bite her (he has a benign tumour on his jaw so can't bite properly; we have to hand feed him regularly), shooing her off, then stood guard over her grave for a few hours before wandering back indoors.

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  23 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

Whiterabbit-uk, that is so touching. I had a rabbit when I was much younger and I don't think that people understand how loving they can be. I hope that your heart heals and her memories bring you joy.

Reply   |   Comment by Roookii  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Roookii,

The memory of her will always bring a smile to my face once we get over this loss.

When we let them both out into the back garden (most days over the Spring, Summer and early Autumn, depending on the weather), she would bink so often, showing how happy she was. It was a joy to watch. Both her and Nessie used to race around the main lawn, and often hide in the bushes and flower beds; a lot of it captured on video. We have many hours of video and hundreds (if not thousands) of photo's of her and Nessie, mainly taken by my daughter; who has literally taken photos and video of them both every day of their lives from the day we got them, apart from when she was at university before the pandemic, and even then, she would be home every weekend continuing with her filming and photography. :)

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#2

Good game.

Reply   |   Comment by Lawrence Carter  –  24 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
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