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The presentation of Eets Munchies is what sets it apart from other games that use similar premises of pitfall/puzzle design. Unfortunately, many of Eets' puzzles, especially its earlier, tutorial-based ones at the start of each new location (which are meant to introduce the new items and toys to help Eets travel), were very lackluster and uninspired. It isn't until reaching the harder levels later on where Eets Munchies actually felt like a brain teaser and stopped feeling like remedial chores featuring cute characters. Nevertheless, Eets Munchies remains a decent entry to the puzzle genre and its charming presentation provide a much needed cover to its lackadaisical gameplay.
Eets Munchies is a satisfying and complete puzzle game, and given the included level editor you could spend a ton of time playing around in its world. I kind of wish some of the puzzles were a bit more inventive and a tad less remedial, but the latter arenas will have you satisfyingly scratching your head.
A generously proportioned, cleverly made, if familiar physics-puzzler with a particularly sweet glaze on top
I would say that Eets Munchies is a solid game that puzzle fans may enjoy, but it’s not an essential purchase.
Eets Munchies will nourish your inner level designer, but the experience as a whole is a bit inconsistent.