A classic returns to Playstation®Mobile! You are a wizard, your spell has gone awry. You are now a giant space worm. Travel the cosmos to devour other wizards, and maybe find friendship.
• Eat magical orbs!
• Watch out for lava and space trolls!
• Compete for the highest score!
• Play in two different screen modes!
Be sure you read the "menu" in the attract screen before setting off on your journey! No one likes an unprepared wizard! Future updates will support online leader-boards.
Hey again folks! It's been a while. I want to talk to you today about a game. You know. Videogames! We're bringing the classic indie PC game, Magic Planet Snack to Playstaion®Mobile in the next week or so. This is in the form of Magic Planet Snack Deluxe. Playable on PSVita, as well as select mobile phones.
That means you can take this little PC classic with you on the go!
Playable in two different screen orientations, this version of the game has previously unreleased music tracks, new cabinet side art for "hamburger" mode, and real, real buttons thanks to the PSVita!
The original game was made by Kyle Reimergartin, a 2nd grade school teacher. The game was made for the unofficial Destroy the World competition on TIGsource, many moons ago. Here's a picture of Kyle in his natural environment.
Only the d-pad or stick are needed to play, and there is a proper ending that you can reach by consuming the rival wizards in all five (or seven) worlds.
Here are some old quotes from players from years, and years ago. Wax your nostalgia here.
We hope you love the game as much as we do.
See you, space cowboy worm
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