Tasty Planet

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The world has never been so tasty! Chomp your way through the food chain in a hurry! From bacteria eater to universe consumer, will anything satisfy your voracious appetite?

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$9.95 

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Description

A home grown experiment and the search for the ultimate bathroom cleaner goes awry! You were created to eat up all of the germs and bacteria in a family’s home, but nothing will satiate your voracious appetite! After eating everything in the house, you move into the town and eventually consume the entire planet! Will the universe be enough to satisfy you? You’ll have to eat it to find out!
  • 60 levels of gameplay
  • 9 game locations: Laboratory, Outside, Picnic Table, Ocean, Park, City, Sky, Orbit, Cosmos
  • Three game play modes: Normal- Eat everything that is smaller than you are before the time runs out! Casual - Same entertaining gameplay but with no time limit! Enemies are less aggressive and do less damage. Endurance – Same great gameplay as in Casual but much more difficult. Can you endure?
  • Soothing, refreshing jazz music with amusing sound effects keep the game exciting and upbeat!
  • Change the appearance and capabilities of your goo to add to the game play experience.

Requirements

Mac Requirements Minimum Supported Will It Run?
Mac OS X10.5.8Download the MacGameStore App to compare your Mac's information in real-time.

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CPU TypePowerPC Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed800 MHz
System RAMAny
Drive SpaceUnknown
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. Beautifully Simple
    by Rachel Jones, USA - Aug 3rd 2008

    This game is addictive. Everything about it is fairly simple, but it just works really well. The progression of the story keeps the different levels interesting even though the concept remains much the same. And even though you can figure out strategies that work best for various levels, there is a lot of replay value because of the unpredictable movement of the various potential foodstuffs.

    Fun for grownups. As far as kids go, definitely fun, no "adult" content, and no graphic violence. People get eaten in some levels, but in a cartoon-like, bloodless way - not really different from the amoebas or asteroids but just part of the food chain. Some educational value (notwithstanding the alien motherships, etc.)

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