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Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds Pre-Orders Begin

For Immediate Release

August 26th, 2010 - (Vancouver, Canada) Dingo Games ( www.dingogames.com) is taking pre-orders for their soon-to-be-released game Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds. They have also released a new trailer for the game, showcasing the two player cooperative mode.

The premise of Tasty Planet is simple. Players control a ball of goo with the ability to eat anything smaller than itself. As the goo eats objects it grows bigger, thereby giving it the ability to eat even larger objects. The goo could grow from the size of an ant to the size of a mountain in a single level.

Players will eat their way through six different time periods: modern, Late Cretaceous (i.e. dinosaurs), Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome, Feudal Japan, and the distant future. Each time period features a unique set of objects for the player to eat. Mice, cats, Tyrannosaurus Rex, mummies, gladiators, and flying saucers are just a few of the hundreds of objects available for consumption.

Development is wrapping up and Dingo Games will be releasing the game in the next few weeks. Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds will be available on Windows and Mac.

About Dingo Games

Dingo Games is an independent game developer located in Vancouver, Canada. Originally started by programmer James Sayer, Dingo Games became a husband and wife team when he married artist Kristin Wilson (now Kristin Sayer). Tasty Planet: Back for Seconds is their latest project, a sequel to the well received original Tasty Planet.


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