- Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 42 
- Online: 0
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 10 hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1 with replay available
- Missable achievements: None [level select]
- Does difficulty affect achievements: N/A
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: A second controller. Two microphones are needed for one achievement ["The neighbours thought you sounded great!"]
Supermarket Shriek is a unique (shopping) kart racer where an unlikely duo (a man and a goat) find themselves in a trolley, navigating through various obstacle courses and challenges situated inside a range of shops, boutiques and supermarkets. Because, why not? Furthermore, movement is controlled by our hero’s voice, or more specifically, their wild incomprehensible screaming. Propel our protagonists using a gamepad in single player or play the unique co-op mode with dual microphones for an experience like no other! I've listed this at a 6 difficulty and 10 hours, but it's totally skill based. Some may find it shorter and easier, some quite longer and harder.
This game is basically a kart racing game where you play against the clock and obstacles, trying to finish the course as quickly as possible. Some levels you need to collect items in your shopping cart, as well as finish as quick as possible. Running into certain hazards or falling off the course will result in a fail. You can essentially go in any order that you want and replay levels any time, but advancing to certain levels requires a minimum amount of stars unlocked. You get a rating of up to three stars based on how quick you finish the course. You can either replay levels until you get three stars (needed for an achievement) or try to run through them all as quick as possible and come back to ones you don't get three stars on. Several levels are quite hard and tricky, so you may have to replay most of them many times. You control your cart with the triggers. One trigger controls a human scream, the other a goat scream and the shopping cart moves in sync with the screams. Difficulty is extremely dependent on the gamer ability.
There are four achievements in local co-op multiplayer where two controllers are required but those can be done by yourself if you choose.
You can replay levels at any time, so the mop up will be getting the three stars on every level. The choice on how you do this is up to you.
The game was fun for an hour so, but then it got very repetitive and tiring trying to get three stars on each level. Two stars are very doable but three stars are extremely difficult on some levels. These are entirely user skill oriented though. It reminded me of the Burger King bike and bumper racing games for some reason, although you only play solo. Very poor quality game, but currently free with Game Pass at the time of this writing.
[XBA would like to thank Y2Kasper10 for this Roadmap]