Some properly catchy tunes and loops that will burrow into your head. Voice acting is mostly little noises, but that's all part of the charm.
Hand-drawn characters and levels remind me of '90s Nickelodeon cartoons, although some elements are a mite on the crude side. Colourful, though.
Not every game needs to be complex, and The Big Con definitely isn't. What it is, however, is good, wholesome pickpocketing fun that's immediate, pick-up-and-play stuff.
Several levels of pilfering spun across 4-5 hours that proves to be remarkably enjoyable. Sometimes, it's nice to relax with a game, and, to that end, The Big Con fits the bill.
A list that rewards exploring every avenue, there are achievements here for completing every major character's thread, and for unearthing secrets. Not bad.