Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds
Fun little game
A fun little game that you will come back to and play again and again. Also alot of fun on the iPad.
September 2, 2012
Goo Takes Over Fun!
Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds is the best game I ever played! The graphics were well put-out. I recommend this game for anyone who is looking for fun, and loves grey goo.
October 25, 2012
The great big blob
Eat as much as you can to complete the level.This is a no thinking game.I think everyone should do a 5 star on this one.This is a buy for me.
August 13, 2013
Tasty Planet game
It's incredible. I have played this 1000 times and reccomend it to everyone, its a fun game, a really fun game! My most favorite part is the dinosaur scene, it really creative. I hope everyone else enjoys it as much as me!
June 9, 2013
Great Artwork & Addictive Fun Unique Game!
I really enjoyed the first game in this series, and I was excited to see a sequel come out. I was not disappointed; and after trying this sequel, I purchased it after doing the hour trial. I can't wait for the third, fourth, fifth, et seq games in the franchise! I see that they have another game, Tasty Horse. I'm going to try that one too!
The artwork is cute and lovely.
This is a unique game.
April 20, 2013
Really great game, and seriously fun to play. Thanks Big Fish.
October 13, 2012
If you get motion sickness, beware!
Totally stupid, but extremely fun game that is a delight to play - if you don't get motion sickness like I do. After about 3 levels, I had to stop or really regret it.
But if your stomach can handle it - go for it!
November 15, 2014
Simple and enjoyable ARCADE game
This was classified as an Adventure game (which I enjoy), so I tried it. Actually, Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds is an ARCADE game. (What could be more directly ARCADE than a pac man type of game?)
Since I am generally terrible at ARCADE games, I played the casual mode. It was not as hard as I was expecting--and more fun. There is something enjoyable about being able to gobble up things that had only shortly before needed to be avoided.
I suspect the timed mode would be more of a challenging to those who are more skilled at ARCADE games than I.
If you like complicated games, Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds is probably not for you. Game play consists of gobbling up everything smaller than you while avoiding things that could harm you. There is enough challenge to be enjoyable--especially as levels get harder, but not so much as to be totally discouraging to those of use who usually do not play ARCADE games.
January 3, 2012