Disaster Will Strike!


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JeremyDisaster Will Strike!They say you have to break some eggs if you want to make an omelet, but did you know you could use bees?! In Anton Koshechkin's inventive little physics puzzler, Disaster Will Strike!, you'll finally get your chance to wipe that arrogant smirk off some smug, cantankerous little cage-free eggs. But instead of the usual fair of bombs and projectiles (yawnnnn), you get to use mother nature itself to achieve your objective, from hurricanes, comets, and yes, bees! You get a set number of disasters to use for each level and will have to economize your mayhem and choose the right act of god for the right situation. But, this being light and casual entertainment, you can always just restart the level at anytime. And really, Disaster Will Strike! is not that hard, so those wanting a serious challenge should look elsewhere, because this game is anything but... in fact it's quite funny. So, go crack some eggs already and maybe a smile while you're at it.

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SonicLover May 13, 2012 1:24 PM

Just beat the whole thing. Love the title screen music.

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This game is loads of fun. Personally, I hope to one day see a sequel.

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I hate Angry Birds, so the look of this game made me immediately wary (and after playing it, I still wish they could have come up with a more unique visual style). However, I have to give the developer kudos for the natural disaster concept: it's way more fun than flinging birds at things, and solves most of the issues I had with many other physics puzzlers of the "break the structure" variety. Good job!

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Okay time to fess up

No matter how far I get with this, and okay I admit it is silly, I cannot get comfortable with inflicting pestilence on our ancestors on those poor little eggs.

I don't get my own feelings- it is a game ffs, but well there you go, it just does not sit right with me this this one .. sorry :(

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