Review & FeaturesAs I mentioned above, you need to eat other fishes to grow stronger and bigger. If you don’t do it, you’ll end up being someone else’s meal. It’s about survival, and this is what makes it a fun multiplayer game.
Thanks to its game plan and unique features, The game has received several positive reviews by the players. This game provides you with a unique and mind-blowing experience as you grow your fish to be the biggest in the sea by taking care of feeding fantasies. The more you’ll eat, the bigger you’ll become – simple as that. You either many others or become their lunch.
It's no brainer that Android is ruling the gaming arena of smartphones. There are tons of awesome apps on this platform to install, play and gain knowledge. I guess, it's because of such apps that the platform keeps growing. Eat Me packs in some great challenges which would keep players engaged for a long time. One thing which I found good (you might fight it irritating) is that you can’t move to next levels until previous ones are cleared. Graphics are impressive, and level of clarity is mind blowing.
Initially, you have to start as a young fish and eat some seaweed to grow (weed sounds funny in this context ). You have to make sure that while you are eating, big fishes don’t dine on you. You have a couple of options to defend yourself, hide behind stun bombs, and even poop to escape. With the time, you grow big, and this is when the fun takes effect. Once you are a bit big, you can eat big fishes. Every fish has different sort of skill and powers. Players have to collect coins while on their hunt and then use them to unlock their tanks and bowls.
ConclusionThe gameplay experience was unique, but the story is similar to games such as agar.io and similar games. However, the graphic part is splendid and is worth applauding. The game is challenging for both big and small fishes.
Small fishes have to defend themselves from big fishes while the bigger have to eat the smaller ones to get to the top. The whole thing gets exciting when you play it on your own.