Disasters Will Strike: Ultimate Disaster
Those vile eggs are always coming up with some way to bunk up the place. Apparently in the first, second and third games your efforts weren't enough and now the population of dino eggs is at an all time high. Time for you to thin the crowd and save us all from the over population of eggs with faces, in Qiabo's new Disasters Will Strike: Ultimate Disaster. In each round it's up to you to crack those eggs using quakes, floods, plagues, bees, and sinkholes in this physics puzzler game. In each level you have a certain number of natural disasters that you can call down, such as earthquakes that can shake the screen and shatter glass, or wind that can blow round objects left or right, and you need to figure out how and where to use them in order to manipulate the structures on each level to bring these eggs their doom. Don't forget to make use of the environment, like large boulders and the very touchy 100%-natural bundles of explosive (Yep. Pretty sure those were normal back in the day.) So bring out your sadistic side and get egg-cited (Sorry. I'm l-egg-ally obligated to put in at least one egg pun. But that one was just for fun.) for this wee-bit-morbid adventure.
Disasters Will Strike: Ultimate Disaster may disappoint a few of the fans if you're looking at it as a true sequel. There are only 30 levels, which compared to the last game is a small number, and no new disasters to use. In fact, you have two less, with no fireballs or hail storms. Upsetting? That may be an exaggeration. A little disappointing? Only if you stick to comparing it with the third game. Even though they may have taken away some things, they still kept in the clever puzzles and witty challenges. What the game does supply is a great reminder of the past games with new solutions for you to figure out. A smaller game means a faster play time which is great for those of us who want just a quick break before facing life again. Is it the next step up from the last game? No. But is it still highly enjoyable and sure to please fans and physic puzzler lovers alike? If you think not, then the yolks on you. (I could only resist for so long.)