Gobble Up! – “Underpaid Bodyguard Protecting Spoilt Brat” Simulator 😂


Gobble Up!

Do you have a protective friend who always seems to step in and save you from the often mean and terrifying outside world? Imagine how easy life would be if every small and seemingly insignificant stumbling block imaginable was carefully removed from your perfect life? Imagine!

…I should write a book “How to raise a spoilt brat – guide book for parents who hate society” 😂😂😂

Anyway, today we’ve got a game that kind of defeats the purpose of every game you have ever played on your smartphone! Gobble Up! (by YoMob lnternational) is a game that actually gives you this strange sense of joy whenever you see the GAME OVER screen…

Set on a rather short 3D stage, your mission in this game is to simply “gobble up” anything that could potentially get in the way of your overly sensitive player’s perfect life. Played by touching and dragging on the screen of your device in order to move a gaping hole around the stage – not unlike the “thing” you play as in Hole.io Gobble Up! should take you no longer than 10 seconds to have fully figured out.

In fact, it’s so simple, it may not even take you that long…

After playing through the first few levels, you’ll soon feel more like an underpaid bodyguard protecting a spoilt brat than an infamous black hole.

The obese low-poly kid you are supposed to be defending is so weak and overreacts so badly, you’d think he was a natural born pro-soccer player.

Seriously!! When was the last time you caught yourself with a smug grin after seeing your mortally wounded player dramatically collapsed to the ground after bumping into a tiny ball…?

The Conclusion

If you genuinely love protecting people, this is a game you may somehow find fulfilling… If not, you’ll probably enjoy at least the first 20 levels.

Want to give Gobble Up! a try? The download link is just below.📲
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