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Hi Everyone,

My team - PiGames have recently finished Feed The Bob, a simple game about keeping proper nutrition style. The idea for the game came from a hackathon, which goal was to help solving the problem of civillization diseases.

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Live version here: pigam.es/Feed-The-Bob/

Game is available for licensing, for more info, contact me: kacpietrzak@gmail.com

I'd love to here your feedback about this game!

We are still learning how to make great games, so every honest feedback will be very appreciated.

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I must admit, it was hard to keep my mouse away from the donuts (less unhealthy than expected, seemed a pretty good overall booster)... So guys, as in real life, just aim for the donuts! Just kidding of course ... Very interesting and fun to play!

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@RubbleGames Thanks for the feedback! The point is that you don't have to read the wiki, most of the players already know some basics like chicken === proteins, and you can learn through playing itself. Wiki is just a place where you can find detailed info, but it is not necessary to play and have fun :)

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Died from a dangerous nutrition style haha :D I like it. I ended up playing just trying to hack the system by overloading with one type then balancing with the other later, but the health bar stops that from happening. Great game. Nice work!

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