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Aug 31, 2006 | 9:01 PM EDT

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JuicePlz, presented to you by mynamewontfitin and Toast, is a fast paced management game. The first level is easy, but with every day passing the game becomes more difficult. You get up to 6 types of fruit, a maximum of 15 pooping birds per level, and more!

Enjoy : )

Coding: Toast
Art: mynamewontfitin
Special thanks: Go0gley



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very Good

The game was very good, I gave 5 for humor because i was would drink a Orange, Banana and Carrot drink.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it was alright

the graphics were great it was just to much clicking for me but good concept i liked the bird killing part


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Yay, I beat it XD
It was a good game, only thing I'd change is add more music, they all got really annoying after 5 minutes, but It was fun :)
Those birds were mean =(.


Toast responds:

You are aware you had almost a dozen of music tracks to choose from, right? :P You could also stop the sound and put your own music on.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

(( Fun game ))

Wow this was fun and it had some nice graphics, very fun and the first level was ok but gets much better after that, nice game.

Just some downsizing of the file as it would be easier to load up.

Fun game decent graphics.


Toast responds:

Thanks for the review, I have to agree it was a problem to try and make the first level more interesting than the others rather than the countrary, as it is usually more interesting and fun when it is more challenging, and it would be logical to make the last levels more challenging instead of the first one.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty fun

I dont really care what anyone else says, this game is pretty fun. Its challenging but it gets fun.The music is pretty, and so is the idea, instead of making a simple stick figure war.

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Toast responds:

Thanks for the understanding, it certainly took more effort than a 'stick movie'... I finished the coding part a few minutes before the US time deadline - at 4AM in europe.