Review – Eat Everything! …or be eaten…😱

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live as a black-hole? Although it is kind of debatable whether or not a black-hole can actually be alive, it would be fun to suck things up in the middle of a large city where no one is expecting you… 😈 imagine the chaos… 🔥

# In case you were wondering, “Yes, we have sadly had to change the “originality” score…” (by Voodoo) is a game about pretty much the situation described above. Set in a 3D city, your mission in this game is to slide under things, people, cars, and eventually even buildings in order to drop them into a black hole of doom and destruction‼

Played by touching and dragging on the screen of your device in order to control the direction in which your menacing black hole moves, is incredibly simple and easy to play. That being said, simple to play doesn’t necessarily mean easy to win…

The more you “eat” the bigger you get, allowing you to “eat” bigger and bigger objects until you eventually grow big enough to transform earth itself into a massive black hole! …unfortunately, doesn’t let you get quite that far. However, it does give you the chance to gobble up an entire city in one of 4 gameplay modes, (Classic, Timer, Solo Run, Friends).

Our favorite gameplay mode “Classic” is an all-out battle royal. (That is probably the reason you chose to check out in the first place.) Starting out with 20 evenly matched opponents, your mission in this game mode is to survive to the end by becoming the biggest black hole on the board!

If it wasn’t for the kind of annoying number of Ads in this game, we would probably just play for hours and never actually get anything important done… The Ads in this game are actually kind of useful… 😅

The Conclusion

With a surprisingly nice 3D design, a bunch of different game modes for you to check out, and some of the simplest controls we’ve seen recently, is a fun little game we highly recommend you check out!

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