April 1, 2016 in Gaming (F)
[prMac.com] Richmond, Canada - Dingo Games just released Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds 1.5 on the Mac App Store. In Tasty Planet: In Back for Seconds players control a ball of goo with the ability to eat anything smaller than itself. The more it eats, the bigger it gets. By the end of the game, players are able to eat the entire world (and more).
Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds was originally released back in 2010, but due to customer demand Dingo Games updated the game and brought it to the Mac App Store and to Steam. The new version of the game adds support for bigger monitor resolutions as well as gamepad support.
The story begins with the goo eating a time machine, causing him to be sent back in time. Playing as the goo, you'll eat your way through six different time periods: modern, Late Cretaceous (i.e. dinosaurs), Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome, Feudal Japan, and the distant future. Each time period features a unique set of objects for you to eat. Mice, cats, Tyrannosaurus Rex, mummies, gladiators, and flying saucers are just a few of the hundreds of objects available for consumption.
For more information on Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds or to access the free demo, visit the Dingo Games website.
* OS X 10.6.6 or later
* 21.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds 1.5 is $5.99 USD (or an equivalent amount in other countries) and is available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Games category.
Dingo Games is an independent game developer located in Vancouver, Canada. After more than a decade in business Dingo Games is still developing quality games. They have an impressive list of released games behind them: Jack of All Trades, Laser Dolphin, Tasty Planet, The Three Musketeers: The Game, Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds, Clumsy Cat, and Tasty Blue. They are currently developing two unannounced games.All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Dingo Games. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Macintosh and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.