Meatballphobia is a 2D physics puzzle game about flesh and meat, about the enslavement of both the consumed and the consumer, about life and the systems built around it. It is also a game about making a meatball hit an unfortunate hysterical head.
Featuring 50 brain-teasing levels of increasing difficulty, Meatballphobia focuses on relaxed problem solving instead of competition — so there are no locked levels, no highscores, no timer. Can’t figure out how to solve a level? No problem! Just go ahead, pick another stage, and go back when you want to give it another try.
Moreover, even though Meatballphobia plays like a modern game, its graphics and music are reminiscent of the 8-bit era: the CGA palette, the pixelated sprites, the engaging chiptune soundtrack — it’s all carefully crafted to take you back in time.
Already available on Android and Windows Phone for a couple of weeks, our physics puzzler Meatballphobia arrives now on Desura! Compatible with both Windows and Linux, the game offers a humorous take...Nov 12, 2013 News
The Android version of our latest game, the 2D physics puzzler Meatballphobia, is now available on Google Play and Amazon for only US$1.50!Oct 15, 2013 News