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Tasty Planet – Download

8 Feb 2011 | Flash, Skill |  2 comments
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Tasty Planet Tasty Planet – Flash Games Download – Overview
In this Tasty Planet skill flash game, you get to play the role of a genetically engineered blob that starts off extremely tiny, being microscopic in size, designed to eat dirt at first. However, your hunger increases and soon you found yourself eating bigger and bigger things as you grow larger.


Download Tasty Planet (File Size ~ 2.20 MB)
Download the ZIP archive:
tasty-planet.zip (MegaUpload)
tasty-planet.zip (MediaFire)
tasty-planet.zip (FileFront)

Please contact Deimos if:
– one of the above download links is broken.
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Tasty Planet – Title Menu
Tasty Planet
Who would have imagined a microscopic blob would grow larger enough to devour planets?

Tasty Planet – Intro!
Tasty Planet
It seems like a couple of scientists made a tiny blob that would grow into a galactic monster.

Tasty Planet – Action!
Tasty Planet
From eating microscopic dirt, you keep growing and eating larger stuffs as you grow.

Deimos’s Thoughts
Decent and cute graphics. Simple controls and game play. Rather innovative avoid and collect concept. Unique story theme unseen elsewhere. Would be terrifying if it really happened though. The world as we know it would never be the same.

Deimos Asks
What would you do if a gigantic blob is devouring everything in sight?


2 Comments

  1. 10th February 2011 
    8:07 pm         

    sar
    said the following:

    it is nice

  2. 12th February 2011 
    5:33 am         

    Moms Cars
    said the following:

    So you eat a bunch of stuff to see how big you can get.. sounds like an american made game lol 🙂

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