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Bytten (Dec 10, 2010)
Tasty Planet is definitely deserving of this Bytten Gold Star. Massive destruction set to cheerful music, it's cute, yet allows me to achieve my dream of destroying the world. It's suitable for an aperitif if you just have a few minutes available, or you can gorge yourself on it. Be warned - once you start, it's hard to stop playing!
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GameZebo (Sep 16, 2010)
Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds uses many of the same ingredients as the first game and tastes similar as a result. However, it’s a significantly expanded experience, offering more of everything – just like a main course should, really. I look forward to seeing what Dingo Games has planned for dessert, but hopefully we won’t have to wait another four years to be served.
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Ironhammers (Sep 28, 2010)
This game can end up feeling a little repetitive at times, with the tried and tested formula of “eat things, get bigger, win.” If the game’s greedy enough to come “back for thirds”, a graphical overhaul would really be the next big step to take. Regardless of its minor faults, though, the challenge levels and the simple enjoyment this game can and does provide, makes it a deserved addition to anyone’s game library.
60
There’s a cleverness in the level design that helps extend the game’s brief lifespan, given a further boost by a few differing game modes and a medal system awarded to players who complete stages in a quick time. Without becoming too abstract and critical, if the simplest question possible was asked of me -- did I enjoy my time with Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds -- the simple answer would be yes.


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