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Eat Me

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Fantasy
2017

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- Bartlebooth, June 14, 2018

- comfortcastle (Sheffield, UK), June 12, 2018

- mrfrobozzo, June 12, 2018

- DustyCypress (Hong Kong), May 19, 2018

- dgtziea, May 9, 2018

- csitrin, April 20, 2018

- G_G, April 16, 2018

- piehole, February 12, 2018

- nosferatu, January 25, 2018

- The Xenographer, January 7, 2018

- Nick Keirle (London, UK), December 29, 2017

- Viko (Canada), December 8, 2017

- Christina Nordlander, December 2, 2017

- ikdc, December 1, 2017

- Wanderlust, November 22, 2017

A Colossal Adventure

It’s something special to be presented with a world, and a single verb, and be told: eat your fill. Enjoy it all. Everything you want to eat, you can.

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Dhakajack

This game satisfies the StarKist Tuna Criterion — it is both a tuna that tastes good and has good taste.

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Kirjallinen suunnistaja

Kerronta sinänsä oli nautittavaa ylitsepursuavuudessaan ja kieroutuneessa huvittavuudessaan. Grooverin tyyli on tunnistettava, samoin teoksen asetelma. Hänen tarinansa sijoittuvat renessanssi- tai barokkimaiseen fantasiamaailmaan, joka on kauhistuttava mutta harmiton samaan aikaan. Eat Messä lukijaa puhutellaan lapsena ja tarina on kuin interaktiivinen iltasatu.

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- zeartless, November 18, 2017

- Xavid, November 17, 2017

- Edward Lacey (Oxford, England), November 17, 2017

- Karl Ove Hufthammer (Bergen, Norway), November 17, 2017

- Sam Kabo Ashwell (Seattle), November 16, 2017

- Pseudavid, November 16, 2017

A grotesque limited parser game about consumption, November 16, 2017

by MathBrush
Related reviews: about 1 hour
I beta tested this game, and it was my personal choice for winner of IFComp 2017.

It is a grotesque game; you are a child granted a bottomless pit by a magical character in a fairy tale. You are imprisoned in a dungeon where countless other children have met gruesome deaths.

The game revolves completely around eating, with eating the only real action. Like DiBianca's Grandma Bethlinda's Variety Box, where USE was the only verb, the puzzles in this game revolves around timing and sequence.

I found this game satisfying, and have played it 6 or 7 times.


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