Tasty Planet - Review
Really ppery and sANY Levels to explore and soce for a good game, would have liked to see some more mechanics and features like character changing and so on. But all around a good and HARD game! 73/100
by GodOfGobboz on Steam
Really good game, satesfying as hell especially on the early levels. Many of the levels are taken from the original flash game but remade with better graphics.. super cool throwback if you (Like me) played the flash game before this one.
The controls are very slippery and it almost seems like the grey goo is constantly on ice, but you'll get used to it. Fun level designs with good audio and the classical songs, though allot of levels were really repetetive.
Suprisingly hard aswell, especially the water levels. Wich is good to a degree but some levels were just needlessly hard and boring to re do over and over again. However the different music everytime you die makes up for some of it.
MANY Levels to explore and some different game modes, and comical cutscenes (Though not really that well made ones, still funny none the less.) Definetly something to keep you busy many hours unlike the 45 minute experience of the flash version. Replayability is limited as it's not exactly that fun to re do levels but the fact that getting gold medals is almost impossible makes you really want to reach for the stars!
A cheap price for a good game, would have liked to see some more mechanics and features like character changing and so on. But all around a good and HARD game! 73/100
Tasty Planet bought the game because of the nostalgic value it had, since I played it on browser as a kid, but I would still recommend this game to anyone, even for the full price.
by Hipsterfred on Steam
Tasty Planet is a really fun casual game, that’s about a grey goo that eats everything smaller than it. The game is kinda like the PVE version of aAgar.io or well Ager.io is the PVP version of Tasty Planet, but oh well.
I bought the game because of the nostalgic value it had, since I played it on browser as a kid, but I would still recommend this game to anyone, even for the full price.
Th used to play tht. It's a great game for when you're bored and just want to eat the world.
by www.teamtrees.org on Steam
This is basically agar.io before it got popular and uncool.
I used to play this on my iPod back in like 2011 or something, and it was a blast.
Buy it. It's a great game for when you're bored and just want to eat the world.
Thn ettouse whe of the te enemies can somehow kill you instantly even tho they are smaller than you visually "Endurance/challenge" mode there's the sea level there's a lot of fish and there are 3 colors
by Sir Pal on Steam
This game is well it's beatable, but the level of challenge it offers is too high
controls are very bad as in if you move you don't seem to move very well you keep sliding everywhere.
getting smaller objects is just annoying due to the controls you try getting something small and you can end up doing circles around the object instead cause of the high speed and low precision of your movement... at least on keyboard
you can also use a mouse which is bloody useless considering mouses are meant for accuracy and the mouse doesn't make the game easier it makes it harder. Controllers... well better than keyboard considering you can control your speed a bit better.
some of the time trials to get a gold medal are too challenging considering you need to be very lucky with enemies since some make you smaller and even 1 hit can be enough to make you not even get a medal or well some maps even you need probably a 5 leprechauns, 7 rainbows and 50 four leaf clovers just to beat it even without the enemies the time would be almost impossible to get cause of items not spawning fast enough or spawn too big.
As for enemies if it's not something like a police officer, tank or UFO you die instantly cause why not adds to the challenge.
And some enemies can somehow kill you instantly even tho they are smaller than you visually "Endurance/challenge" mode there's the sea level there's a lot of fish and there are 3 colors of fish green, blue and red and well the color matters more than size apparently cause you could eat a green fish, but you would most likely get eaten by the same size or smaller red fish as the green fish was.... I don't like this game, but achievements need unlocking despite how bad it is.
Really enjoyable and simple. Love it!
by Bruh Eyes Bee on Steam
Really enjoyable and simple. Love it!
Ths a fas easily fits into a category of games that are different enough to be interesting while not demanding high specs from your pc. Worth a little play now and again.
by HereIsPlenty on Steam
This is simple yet awesome. You play a glob of goo that is intent on eating everything around you. The levels are nicely designed with a variety of things to put in your lunchbox. The music is gentle and relaxing and the sound effects as you munch stuff are pleasing.
There is a fair amount of replay value, trying to get bronze-silver-gold awards on each level and also the slightly frustrating endurance modes. Or for the really casual player, there is a Casual mode where impacts with things bigger than you don't kill you. The tension as you try to guage the size of things you are attempting to swallow is a better gaming experience than that risk-free mode though - sure, there are arrows that point to the biggest thing you can eat and boxes that appear round your snacks but as you attempt to play the levels faster and faster you will come to rely on your own (quicker) judgment.
This easily fits into a category of games that are different enough to be interesting while not demanding high specs from your pc. Worth a little play now and again.
I see a lot of people reviwing this game in comparaison to the other 2 in the series saying its not as good, you people have to realize this is the first game, I bought this game about 10 ears ago and loved it back then an
by miguelsaurio on Steam
I see a lot of people reviwing this game in comparaison to the other 2 in the series saying its not as good, you people have to realize this is the first game, I bought this game about 10 ears ago and loved it back then and its sequels, even though I beaten it a couple of times im re-buying the steam version due to the tasty planet 2 stile updated graphics, which is a great detail on the developers part that they did not need to do at all, but tis greatly apreciated.
Thl we e explaa as you need to to fal-Beat each area wffs an odd h thents, is why I can strongly reccomend the game, even though at first glance it's not the hardest game, it IS a challenge to do endurance and to try
by Freeman1255 on Steam
This game is oddly enough not what introduced me to the Katamari sereis, but gave me a taste of the Katamari formula, as I remember when this game first came out in late 2006/early 2007. This obviously being a steam re-release with light grapical/texture improvements
But until we get an actual Katamari game,this is the best thing you can get, but at the same time, it's different premise wise enough and gameplay wise enough to stand on it's own as a fun game
Let me explain, first starting with gameplay, then premiss, and then final thoughts
Gameplay is basically Katamari but is instead 2-D and top down, essentially this is a twin stick "shooter" Katamari without the shooting (which is why I said shooter in quotes) but has its own challenge to it in other ways than Katamari. There are three modes
Causal-Take as long as you need to to finish levels with no timer
Normal-Beat each area within the given time limit and try to get either a bronze,silver or gold medal if possible (you can replay places if you want to try to finish faster, which adds to replayability)
Endurance-These are difficult levels where you start very small and can die (via getting eaten by other things) easily and need to be careful,slow and steady in order to get through these challenging areas, they also take patience and persistance as you will almost 100% of the time not win on your first try and each one can take up to anywhere from 15-30 minutes for each area, but this is to be expected in this mode
Tasty Planet is an odd game at first glance or when you think about it. It is essentially a parody of an end of the world theory (The theory is, scientists will create something with nanotechnology and make something that will grow endlessly and will consume everything smaller than itself, eventually the whole world and universe) The reason being that the game is a parody is mainlyt because the cutscenes and humor are done in the style of a comic book (comic book cutscnes and dialogue with speech bubbles) as well as it's cartoony astetic. As a bonus I should mention that the comics are very well done
Although this isn't exactly part of the premiss (this is more something I noticed, but its worth noting) Your (at least in my opinion) not exactly the bad guy or hero. Don't get me wrong, at first glance, you appear as the bad guy, as your as expected you play as the grey goo ending the world and whatnot, but like Katamari, the soundtrack and cartoony/cute funny sounds don't exactly make you feel like a villian (even people being eaten sounds more funny and cheesy rather than grim to the likes of Rampage or Destroy All Humans for examples)
Not to mention, most of the unlocks associated with a mode (i.e getting all gold or silver medals or beating endurance mode for examples) given you in-game cheats you can toy with, now where the ♥♥♥♥ have we heard that term these days?
This, is why I can strongly reccomend the game, even though at first glance it's not the hardest game, it IS a challenge to do endurance and to try and get all gold medals, so this game can be for both causals and gamers who are looking for a fun, unique experience
Tasty Planet t's not perfect—no ffe of theeven all, it's a cute game with an endearing character and fantastic music, and I'm looking forward to playing the other games in the series.
by DrYoshiyahu on Steam
Tasty Planet is a classic game from 2006, which holds up surprisingly well even today. The cutesy graphics and jazzy music go a long way in that regard. There is definitely an air of nostalgia if you've played it before, but for newcomers, the story is still fun and satisfying, and the ending is brilliant.
The aim of the game is simple: eat the things smaller than you and don't get eaten by the things bigger than you. A classic concept similar to Katamari and little fish-eating flash games.
But don't be misled by the simple gameplay and comical plot: it's actually rather hard to beat it completely. The gold medals on each level have extremely strict time limits, and the endurance levels are absolute marathons. I beat the final endurance level with a time of over forty-five minutes, for example—a level with instant death if you so much as touch an object bigger than you.
It's not perfect—no games are. It's controls are unfortunately a little whacky at times; specifically because the speed of the grey goo does not scale with it's size. Imagine a lion and a mouse both running at the same speed. It can be wildly difficult to navigate the world with precision at the smallest sizes.
The difficulty "curve" is also non-existent. Threats to the grey goo follow the storyline, not the game's progression, so difficult levels are sandwiched between easy levels, and are scattered across the game. There are some really interesting maze and collection-based levels that break up the flow, but they almost all appear about a third of the way through the game, in the picnic and park areas.
There are areas of overlap and plenty of repeated assets between adjacent levels, so some of them end up feeling similar to one another. But the only real 'boring' part of the game is the sky area, when each level feels pretty much exactly the same. Beyond the sky area things get really interesting though.
Unfortunately, the achievements don't quite line up correctly. I was able to get a gold on every level and beat the endurance modes, effectively 100%ing the game, in twelve hours. But I had only eaten about 40,000 objects by that time, less than half of the 100,000 necessary for the final achievement. Grinding those extra objects took an additional five hours—some of it actively playing and some of it idling in endurance levels with invincibility enabled.
All in all, it's a cute game with an endearing character and fantastic music, and I'm looking forward to playing the other games in the series.
ce to see it with more updated graphics
by Snappey on Steam
i'm quite nostalgic for this game
nice to see it with more updated graphics
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