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Aug 31, 2011 | 11:47 AM EDT
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Well, yet again we bring you a game of skill and gore. In Feed Us you are a killer piranha ready to devour everyone that crosses your path. The more you eat and accumulate blood the more you can upgrade your piranha and your piranha army! Get sharper teeth, bigger fins and stronger scales to create even more havoc. It will be a bloody mess ... have fun.

Try to eat as much flesh as possible and upgrade your devoted army of blood thirsty piranhas!

Game controls: Use the mouse to control your piranhas.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Nice Game

But unfortunatly it gets really laggy the second the people fall in the water making the game very difficult to play and enjoy. If something could be done about the lag from all the objects on the screen at once then it would score higher but as is the game is more tedious then fun.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Nice game, crap controls

It's fun and a nice concept but the controls just feel awful. The fish tend to be all over the place and seem to be lagging a bit. One problem I keep running into is knocking people out of their boats and they fly off screen, which feels really annoying. If the controls were improved a bit and people were less likely to fly off screen, or in one case I had happen the piranha was eating the guy and it bumped him off screen, I think this could be a fun game. One thing I really liked was upgrading and seeing the upgrades upon order.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

When my first other piranha died: "My son died.... IM A TERRIBLE FATHER!"
When my piranha died: "Oh okay."


Rated 3 / 5 stars


pretty good but gets boring really quick. too simple i think.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

Like Pacman, But All Over the Place

I really like this concept, being a piranha and eviscerating everything in sight with six upgradeable abilities from the jaws down to the piranha school, but as far as control is concerned, the piranha may as well be on meth: because this game utilizes the mouse purely for movement, sensitivity is so damned unbalanced that charging boats and victims nine times out of ten sends you flying off of the screen, and this makes dodging the enemy shark difficult in addition to missing your chance to finish off your "meals." And there's also a slight glitch that makes your piranha stuck on the bed. All in all, this ain't bad, but it could have used some more refinement.

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