Posted by Stephen Hall on April 10th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Feed Me Oil 2 is a great puzzle game from Chillingo, publishers of other iOS favorites Cut the Rope and the Anomaly series. In the game, you have to channel oil into monsters in a wide variety of environments, using many tools and techniques to get the slippery substance where you want it to go.
The game was recently updated with an all-new chapter for you to explore. You can “collect the eggs tucked away in your favorite Feed Me Oil 2 puzzles” to unlock this chapter, according to the update notes. Chillingo has also changed all the gross oil to be “delicious molten chocolate” for a limited time.
You can grab Feed Me Oil 2 at its new, lower price of $0.99 on the App Store.
Posted by Rob Rich on January 2nd, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Those weird oil-gobbling “levels that are also creatures” have returned, and they’re still hungry!
Feed Me Oil 2 has just hit the App Store with an oily vengeance. The new and improved liquid physics puzzler offers up more of just about everything: more levels, more gadgets, and of course, more oil. You’ll have to guide the crude into the waiting mouths (or mouth-like openings) of various massive creatures across four distinct chapters; many of which will toss in curveballs like water or ice in order to really mix things up. You know, since oil and water don’t mix and all that.
You can download Feed Me Oil 2 right now for $2.99.
The original Feed Me Oil was an imaginative and fun physics puzzler with some serious wackiness. No, really, it was awesome. And now the sequel is looming on the horizon.
Feed Me Oil 2 is focusing on “more of the same, only better, and more.” The visuals have been dressed-up significantly with sharper graphics, more all-around detail, and even weirder environments. You’ll be using gadgets to direct the flow of a-bubblin-crude, as expected, but now there are even more tools thrown in that can alter your strategies. The oil physics have seemingly been tweaked for the better, and water has been added (along with other environmental stuff) to further mix things up. In many ways it’s the same game as it still uses the three-star rating system that grants more stars when you use fewer items, and those stars can be traded in for level hints, but if it ain’t broke, right?
You can expect to see Feed Me Oil 2 in the App Store in the beginning of January of next year (only a couple months away, really), where you’ll be able to grab it for $0.99.
It’s always nice when a developer releases a Lite version of their game so that the unsure can drop the “un,” or when an app goes on sale. It’s also pretty cool when a fairly well-established game gets a significant content update. It jumps beyond merely “nice” or “cool” and into pure “awesome” territory when a developer does all of those things at the same time.
In this particular case, I’m talking about Chillingo. This week, they’ve seen fit to bombard the App Store with all manner of sweetness, starting with a major content update to Feed Me Oil. The new and improved 1.2 version includes a new gravity-flipping mechanic and 15 levels to make use of it in. I seem to recall being rather fond of the game’s initial release, and that was well before any of this Newtonian debauchery was added. Now? It’s practically like getting a second game for the price of nothing. Or getting two games for a dollar if the user in question hasn’t actually bought the game yet.
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-06-02 :: Category: Games
Next, we have 3 all-new Lite versions for the color-centric steampunk shooter Color Bandits, the surreal arcade puzzler Ranger Rocket and the family-friendly physics puzzle game Hungry Chicks. There’s pretty much something for everyone in that lineup, provided they don’t have some kind of psychological need to spend money. Well, except maybe RPG and platformer fans, but the latter will almost certainly enjoy seeing that the newly released NyxQuest is on sale.
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-09-20 :: Category: Games
Indeed, for an indeterminate amount of time the gorgeous (and apparently quite good) indie platformer NyxQuest will be on sale for a mere dollar. People such as myself who missed out on the initial launch sale have a second chance to fix their mistake and grab this gem on the cheap. Now, at the time of this writing it’s still showing the price as $3.99 for some reason, but I’ve double-checked the App Store and it’s most definitely $0.99. “For a Limited Time,” of course.
Chillingo is certainly a prolific publisher on the App Store, having published literally hundreds of apps on the App Store. This pattern of activity isn’t going to change in the next year, as Chillingo has announced a bunch of titles that they showed off this past week at GDC.
Painkiller Purgatory is an iOS version of the Painkiller franchise that graced PCs and the Xbox earlier in the millennium. Just like its console and PC bretheren, it’s a first person shooter, and should promise to be as action-packed as the previous entries in the series. Next up is Anomaly: Warzone Earth from 11 bit studios. This action/strategy game, described as a “reverse tower defense game” has you trying to penetrate the defenses of invading alien hordes. The game is coming not just to the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad, but will be releasing on PC and Mac as well, with a trailer available for those versions of the game:
Also coming up from the ranks of PC/Mac games to iOS is Emberwind, developed by TimeTrap, where you control a gnome named Kindle Elderwood, who has to save Grendale from CandleFinger and his gremlin hordes. That city name is one ‘e’ from being a future episode of Community. Quiz Climber from Relentless Software is a quiz game that has you competing against friends in online leaderboards, trying to answer more consecutive questions than they can. Storm in a Teacup from Cobra Mobile, developers of the iBomber series, is a platformer that features a vivid storybook art style, as seen from the game’s concept art blog.
Feed Me Oil from Holy Water Games is a physics based game that has you trying to get oil from a pipe to a predetermined spot. Color Bandits from Kiai Games is an action game that plays with color, as you try to restore color to the universe. Blobster from Divine Robot is a platformer that puts you in control of a blob that you control by flicking around. Finally, Carnage from Super Fly Studios is a 3D car driving game that has you trying to cause havoc, and dare we say carnage, on the highways by causing massive pileups. While no specific release dates are available yet, the games are promised to be releasing on the App Store in the coming weeks. Until then, check out a sampling of screens from all the upcoming games below.