Tasty Planet is a 2D puzzle game inspired by Katamari Damacy. You play
as a nameless blob of goo with an insatiable desire to absorb everything
in your path – including people, animals, aliens and objects. Each time
you absorb something, you grow in size, allowing you to go after even
bigger targets. The premise may sound a bit grim – like some 80s horror
movie – but it’s all delivered in a light, comical way. And with 60
levels, more than 140 objects and multiple game modes, there’s plenty of
gameplay to enjoy
Grow your goo
Gameplay is organised into levels based on the size of your goo; once you hit a certain size, you’ll advance to the next stage of your development. So, as you grow, you’ll progress from a lowly dust eater to a mammoth planet destroyer. Occasionally, the game will throw a curveball to add difficulty. For example, you might encounter hostile objects that can eat you as long as you’re smaller than them. At other times, you’ll face enemies – like the police and tanks – that shoot projectiles, which have the effect of reducing your size. Adapting to these opponents involves skill and adds variety to the game.
Casual game for all ages
The game’s levels are simple, usually consisting of a square space with creatures and objects scattered throughout. The straightforward level design, concept and controls combine to create an addictive game players of all ages can enjoy.